Vol. 1, Issue 9, Part D (2015)
Gender politics/marginalisation of women in <em>Tales from Firozsha Baag</em>: A critical analysis
Gender politics/marginalisation of women in Tales from Firozsha Baag: A critical analysis
This paper explores gender and politics as it is produced and enumerated by Rohinton Mistry in his Tales from Firozsha Baag. Mistry in this collection of short stories seems to analyse the females for hearth and men for offices and external affairs. This paper proposes to read Tales from Firozsha Baag with feminine perspective as they are shown by Mistry. The paper, however, focuses not simply on Tales from Firozsha Baag as it is narrated by Mistry but rather the Parsi women in our society. It will also try to propagate that to what extent Mistry shackles or liberates his women characters in Tales from Firozsha Baag. The methodology that has been applied in this paper is textual, social analysis with the perspective of feminism.
How to cite this article:
Ram Lalit. Gender politics/marginalisation of women in Tales from Firozsha Baag: A critical analysis. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(9):198-200.