Doris Lessing’s Science Fiction

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  • Ms. Shikha Sharma Research Scholar, P.K University, Shivpuri, M.P, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24113/ijellh.v8i7.10673

Abstract

Doris Lessing, the Nobel Laureate (1919-2007), a British novelist, poet, a writer of epic scope, playwright, librettist, biographer and short story writer. She was the “most fearless woman novelist in the world, unabashed ex-communist and uncompromising feminist”. Doris has earned the great reputation as a distinguished and outstanding writer. She raised local and private problems of England in post-war period with emphasis on man-woman relationship, feminist movement, welfare state, socio-economic and political ethos, population explosion, terrorism and social conflicts in her novels.

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References

Lessing, Doris Shikasta, 2nd ed. London: Flamingo, 1994
Lessing, Doris. The Marriage between Zones Three, Four and five. 3rd ed. London: Flamingo, 1994
Lessing, Doris. The Sirian Experiments, 2nd ed. London: Flamingo, 1994
Annas, Pamela J “New Worlds: New words: Androgyny in Feminist Science Fiction “Science Fiction Studies 5 (1978) 143-154
Berger, John. Way of Seeing U.K: Penguin, 1972

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Published

2020-07-27