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Kamala Purnaiya Taylor
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Further Reading

Bhatnagar, Anil K., Kamala Markandaya: A Thematic Study, Sarup & Sons, 1995.

Bhatnagar's analysis of Markandaya's novels reviews
the themes presented by Markandaya throughout
the range of settings and characters she creates.
Bhatnagar suggests how these themes are drawn from
the author's experiences in India and Europe.



Lalita, K., and Susie J. Tharu, eds., Women Writing in India, Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 1991.

This two-volume anthology collects writings of Indian
women from 600 B.C. to the 1990s. The editors
include critical commentary with this wide-ranging
collection of letters, poetry, memoirs, and fiction.




Parameswaran, Uma, Kamala Markandaya, Rawat, 2000.

This overview of the life and career of Markandaya,
includes a chapter devoted to each of the author's
novels.

Rao, A. V. Krishna, Kamala Markandaya: A Critical Study of Her Novels, 1954-1982, B. R. Publishing Corporation, 1997.

Rao offers a critical look at Markandaya's novels,
from Nectar in a...

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