Contemporary Issues in Vijay Tendulkar’s Plays
Vijay Tendulkar, an avant-garde playwright is one of the significant dramatists of Indian English genre. He is realistic in the portrayal of problems of common man, intricacies of human relationship and discrimination against women in the patriarchal society. He deals with all the ills and issues of the contemporary society. The issues are discussed in this paper under three headings – Gender Issues, Violence and Power Politics.
Contemporary society in drama, gender issues in literature, violence and power politics, Vijay Tendulkar’s craft.
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