International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 4, Part E (2015)
A Feministic Re-reading from Different Perspective of Eunice De Souza’s Poems
The Post 1947 era witnesses India’s search for her own new identity soon after getting independence and it is partially because she is just a new born nation. This also affects the writings of the contemporary Indian English Writers and Indian English woman poets are no more exception. They also show this search for identity in their poems. But there prevails a difference in thought between earlier generation of woman poets and contemporary woman poets. The poetry of the contemporary new poets is the results of their experience as a woman in a patriarchal society. Their poetry show their woman sensibilities, their raising voice in male dominated society, their desire to get freedom, tensions and frustration issuing out from their forced life style. In that period some woman poets make rigorous attempts to map out new terrains for them and their poetry shows different aspects of feminism in their poetry. One such Indian English woman poet is Eunice de Souza. This paper tries to highlight some features that one can find out in Eunice de Souza’s poetry.
How to cite this article:
Goutam Karmakar. A Feministic Re-reading from Different Perspective of Eunice De Souza’s Poems. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(4): 275-278.