Women in nation-making: a domisticated reformation of their voices, bodies and selves
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This paper seeks to look at the history of nation-making in the subcontinent and the role and voices of women as their own subjectivity undergoes reformation in the process. I hope to find the female narrative through the application of certain sociological theories to three novels. The look into these novels will bring out the female voice and its relation to the emerging of a new nation.