Review of Anglophone Indian women writers 1870-1920 by Ellen Brinks

 by Jaya Gajparia Brinks, Ellen. Anglophone Indian women writers 1870-1920 Ashgate, 2013 As the title suggests, Ellen Brinks’ book ‘Anglophone Indian women writers 1870-1920’ is a study of Anglophone literature written by five prominent Indian women writers during the colonial British Raj. Brinks’ divides the book into five chapters dedicating a chapter for each writerContinue reading “Review of Anglophone Indian women writers 1870-1920 by Ellen Brinks”

Silence is Violence, We Take it No More

In this article, which first appeared in the Sunday Guardian (published on 5th January, 2013), Neha Kaul Mehra writes about misogyny and Indian pop culture and new forms of feminist protest in India. The article is reproduced here with the writer’s permission. Recently my best friend and I struck upon an idea that elicited manyContinue reading “Silence is Violence, We Take it No More”