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The Revolting Spirit Of Selected Female Characters In Selected Short Stories


  • Mita R Shah


In this research paper, the researcher tries to say about the revolting spirit of two women characters of two short stories written by two prominent women writers of Indo-English literature. These two characters named Woman and Sita belong to different classes of society-lower class and upper class respectively. But their plight and problems are same. Their qualities like courage and firmness and suggestion of revolting spirit in stories impart immortal effect on the mind of the readers. Key words: Revolting Spirit, Female Characters, Short Stories

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  • Mita R Shah, 2015. "The Revolting Spirit Of Selected Female Characters In Selected Short Stories," Working papers 2015-12-08, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2015-12-08

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