Disability Discourse in Hindi Literature

A Review of Jeevan Sangram ke Yoddha: Divyang Patron ki Prasiddh Kahaniyan, edited and collected by Sandhya Kumari

Authors

  • Santosh Kumar CHRIST (deemed to be University)

Author Biography

Santosh Kumar, CHRIST (deemed to be University)

English and Cultural Studies

Assistant Professor

 

References

Anand, S. (2013). Historicising disability in India: Questions of subject and method. In R. Addlakha (ed.), Disability Studies in India, New Delhi: Routledge India, pp. 35-60.

Chander, J. (2016). Disability of language: Disabled peoples are not blessed with divine organs, Language and Language Teaching, 5(2). pp. 34-37.

Ghai, A. (2012). Engaging with Disability with Postcolonial Theory. In: D. Goodley, B. Hughes, L. Davis, (eds.) Disability and Social Theory, London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137023001_16

Kawale, R. B. (2013). Swatantrayotar Hindi Katha Sahitya me Vikalng Charitra, Ph.D. Thesis, Unpublished. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada Viswavidhalaya, Aurangabad. Shodhganga.

Kumar, S. (2018). A Sociolinguistic Analysis of Stereotypes, Prejudices and Discrimination of Gender and Disability in Talk and Text. Ph.D. Thesis, Unpublished, University of Delhi.

Kumari, S. (2019). Jeevan Sangram Ke Yoddha: Divyang Patron ke Prasiddha Kahaniyan, Delhi: National Book Trust.

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Published

21.08.2022

How to Cite

Kumar, S. (2022) “Disability Discourse in Hindi Literature: A Review of Jeevan Sangram ke Yoddha: Divyang Patron ki Prasiddh Kahaniyan, edited and collected by Sandhya Kumari”, Indian Journal of Critical Disability Studies. Delhi, India, 2(1), pp. 72–76. vailable at: https://jcdsi.org/index.php/injcds/article/view/71 (ccessed: 6 October 2022).