PRIYANKA BALAJI ,
VELS UNIVERSITY AFFILIATED TO UGC NAAC,
V. JAI VASUMATHI VALLI RANI,
VELS UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI
The dissertation ‘No Place for Women’: Re-reading Taslima Nasrin’s French Lover draws a parallel between the life of Taslima Nasrin, a Bangladeshi writer and her work French Lover in a socio-politico-religious context of ‘No Place for Women’. It also questions the literary space/freedom of women writers in the post-colonial state like Bangladesh. It tries to proclaim a literary status to Nasrin, as a writer and her works.
KEYWORDS: Taslima Nasrin, French Lover, No Place for Women, Search for identity