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Research Paper | Arts and Humanities | India | Volume 10 Issue 9, September 2021
Kamala Das: The Heart-Voice of Indian Women
Abstract: Mother of modern Indian English poetry, confessional poet, Kamala Das was born at Punnayukulam on 31st March 1934, Thrissur District in Kerala. She was one of the most original Indo-Anglican poets. She made a high position in Indian English poetry. And her poetry is considered the poetry of introspection and self-analysis. No doubt, she made a mark as a female Indo-Anglican poet. Verily, she has achieved greatness as a poet not only because of the contents of her poems but also because of her technique of writing poetry. And it would never be overstatement if it is said that she was a voice of Indian women. She has certainly made a name for herself by virtue of her craftsmanship. So, in this research article research, researcher attempted to display Kamala Das?s greatness and her poetic style. And also, this article deals that how she expressed herself openly without any pause specially focusing on the expression and problematization of gender roles in her works. In this research article, secondary sources have been used.
Keywords: Poetic Style, Literary Device, Technic of Writing, Theme of Poetry, Heart-voice, Confessional Poet
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 9, September 2021,
Pages: 751 - 752
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