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Sati in Bengal The Socio-Economic Background

Sati in Bengal: The Socio-Economic Background Malini Bhattacharya Socio-economic Impact of Sati in Bengal and the Role of Raja Rammohun Roy by Benoybhusan Roy; Naya Prakash, Calcutta, 1987;

Utilitarianism and the Concept of Authorial Autonomy in Early 19th Century England

There is a school of thought which holds that literature is a repository of certain ultimate truths, that alt other social activity may he evaluated by norms which are supposed to inhere in literature and that it is the special vision of the literary man which can, at the level of contemplation, resolve the ideological conflicts and controversies which are the very stuff of history.

Communist Party and Indian Women s Movement

account, while correctly emphasising that the communists subordinated the cause of women's liberation to that of reinovalof class-oppression, might lead us to neglect the fact that it was the communists who first made the specific question of women's liberation part of their overall political agenda. It is necessary to make it clear that this stand, however tenuous its realisation may have been, is what enabled the communists in the 1940s to build up, in an unprecedented manner, a mass organisation of women in states where they were strung.


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