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KOCHARETHI: THE ARAYA WOMAN

Indian Books KOCHARETHI: THE ARAYA WOMAN Set in the 1930s, Kocharethi revolves around the Malayarayars, a tribe inhabiting the hilly terrains of mid-eastern Kerala. Book Store Details Amazon Description About the Author Description   Set in the 1930s, Kocharethi revolves around the Malayarayars, a tribe inhabiting the hilly terrains of mid-eastern Kerala. Drawing deeply from oral traditions to underscore the …

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BLACK LILIES: TELUGU DALIT POETRY IN ENGLISH TRANSLATION

Indian Books BLACK LILIES: TELUGU DALIT POETRY IN ENGLISH TRANSLATION Dalit poetry in Telugu, as in the other Indian languages, passed through three phases: written about, writing themselves and writing about the dependent Dalit castes. Each phase, generating newer genres and styles, influenced the mainstream writing.     Book Store Details Description About the Author …

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PAINTED WORDS: AN ANTHOLOGY OF TRIBAL LITERATURE

Indian Books PAINTED WORDS: AN ANTHOLOGY OF TRIBAL LITERATURE Edited by one of India’s foremost literary critics, this book spotlights a rarely seen, barely understood facet of India’s cultural heritage, and shows how deeply intertwined are the mainstream and tribal traditions    Book Store Details Amazon Description About the Author Description  This is the first …

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We March

African Multicultural We March  We March is a moving introduction to the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963. Book Store Details Amazon Description About the Author Description  We March is a moving introduction to the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963. The story follows a family on the day …

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Bippity Bop Barbershop

African Multicultural Bippity Bop Barbershop In Bippity Bop Barbershop little Miles bravely sits through his first haircut. Book Store Details Amazon Description About the Author Description  Two more noteworthy books about self-acceptance: I love my hair! tells the story of how young Keyana learns to take pride in her hair, even though it hurts when Mama combs it. In Bippity …

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