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Giving voice to a muted and marginalized community is one of the main goals of Literature. Literature acts as the perfect medium to show the sufferings of subjugated people to the public. Literary theory is the systematic study of the nature of literature and the tools that can be used to analyze literature. Post colonial literature is the literature by people from formerly colonized countries. It addresses the problems and consequences of the decolonization of a country. It deals with the themes of racism, colonialism, suppression, identity crisis etc.

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In fact, this Bengali novel, written by one the greatest living Bengali writers, asks both questions. Who owns the rights to a forest that has been the home of a tribal people from ancient times? And does a forest have any rights? This is the rousing and ultimately tragic story of Birsa Munda , the tribal revolutionary who organised a guerrilla army against the mighty British colonial force.

Do and Die: The Chittagong Uprising, by Manini Chatterjee An eloquent and gripping book about the small group of revolutionaries, led by Surya Sen, who mounted an attack on two armouries in Chittagong in April and captured the headquarters of the European Club with a view to assassinating government and military officials of the British Raj. I find it affecting because it failed. The portrait is chilling and shocking and makes for queasy yet compelling reading. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help.

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Those acting to overthrow an existing order have not had an easy ride from writers, but the portraits here give compelling life to these turbulent men and women.

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Giving Voice to the Tribal Community in Mahasweta Devi’s Aranyer Adhikar.

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In fact, this Bengali novel, written by one the greatest living Bengali writers, asks both questions. Who owns the rights to a forest that has been the home of a tribal people from ancient times? And does a forest have any rights? This is the rousing and ultimately tragic story of Birsa Munda , the tribal revolutionary who organised a guerrilla army against the mighty British colonial force. Do and Die: The Chittagong Uprising, by Manini Chatterjee An eloquent and gripping book about the small group of revolutionaries, led by Surya Sen, who mounted an attack on two armouries in Chittagong in April and captured the headquarters of the European Club with a view to assassinating government and military officials of the British Raj.

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