The Day We Went Strawberry Picking in Scarborough by Ranu Uniyal essentially poeticizes a modern woman’s journey from
Ranu Uniyal, Poetry, Bhubaneshwar:Dhauli books, 2018
The Day We Went Strawberry Picking in Scarborough by Ranu Uniyal essentially poeticizes a modern woman’s journey from innocence to experience. The tumultuous journey from joyful aspirations of love and companionship to betrayal, anguish, tears and
December Poems : A Soul-Soothing Feel
- by Bhaskaranand Jha Bhaskar
December Poems by Ranu Uniyal,
Witers Workshop (Kolkata), 2012,
ISBN 978-93-5045-028-4, Rs. 100
Ranu Uniyal, an academic teaching at Lucknow University, is an important poetic and literary voice writing in India. Her poems speak of the human experience, of sufferings, love, pain, angst, unfulfilled desires and unsaid thoughts. Uniyal’s poems give voice to feelings
The title of Ranu Uniyal’s latest volume of poetry tantalises us with the promise of a delectable feast of poems. This wonderful book does not disappoint our expectations.
Raja Rao's Kanthapura : A Critical Study
Publisher: Asia Book Club 2007.
ISBN : 81-7851-027-8
By Firoja Parvin
Contemporary women Indian writers subvert the dominant male aesthetics in literature and culture and present an alternative vantage point through the construction of womanhood from a woman’s point of view. Feminist writers aim to