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Women: Tradition and Culture

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Product description

Published in 1985, this book sheds light on the role of women in tradition and culture in India. The book covers many aspects of this topic, from the social status of women in society, the difficulties faced by women writers, women's role in cinema, marriage and misconceptions about sex.

Malladi Subbamma was a noted women's rights activist and writer who died in May 2014. Subbamma worked for improvement of female literacy in India and was a political and social activist.

The book is in good condition with minor damage to the inside its hardback cover.

A fascinating read for anyone interested in finding out about the role of women in one of the largest countries on earth.

Item details

Author(s):
Subbamma, Malladi
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
132
Publisher:
Sterling Publishers Private Ltd
Title:
Women: Tradition and Culture

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Published in 1985, this book sheds light on the role of women in tradition and culture in India. The book covers many aspects of this topic, from the social status of women in society, the difficulties faced by women writers, women's role in cinema, marriage and misconceptions about sex.

Malladi Subbamma was a noted women's rights activist and writer who died in May 2014. Subbamma worked for improvement of female literacy in India and was a political and social activist.

The book is in good condition with minor damage to the inside its hardback cover.

A fascinating read for anyone interested in finding out about the role of women in one of the largest countries on earth.

Author(s):
Subbamma, Malladi
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
132
Publisher:
Sterling Publishers Private Ltd
Title:
Women: Tradition and Culture

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