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The Indian Women Writers of the 1980s seem to be assertive to acquire their identity in the male-dominated society. The novels of these writers, though generally set in family background, are a study of the conditions, social domestic and economic in which the life of the contemporary woman has been set. At different levels—social, political, cultural, economic and religious—the writings of women writers have been studied. Adrienne Rich considers women’s writing as ‘Re-vision’.

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