Book Review on Dr. Shweta Mishra’s What is a Woman?
Another bunch of feministic views and quite depressing face of a woman’s status in our society. Nothing new! Having a 21st century heart and soul, the format might not impress too many youths since it is a collection of communication with God (invisible being). Yet, it has the potential to outrage the dominated feelings of a woman full of hatred towards the so-called ‘patriarchal community’. It might sound like a disagreement, but it has been an era of discussion over the same issue and we are still to reach a conclusion. Shall we start looking at the problem from a different perspective?
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