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Revisiting Women’s Experience In Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s Palace Of Illusions

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culture and literature, feminist reading, history and feminism, Myth, women experience, women identity, representation in literature.



Representation of women in literature is considered to be a key to know the role of women in the society. Literature represents society, role of women in literature has always been a fact to discuss and debate on. Existence of women in literature has been menial early, In Recent years it has gained its prominence. This paper revalues the role of women characters in Mahabharata based on representation in Banerjee’s work Palace of Illusions.



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