Gender Anxiety and Contemporary Indian Popular Fiction

I have just had my second academic article published, in CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture online journal. This is an open access journal, so you don’t need to be affiliated with a university or library to access it. My article, “Gender Anxiety and Contemporary Indian Popular Fiction” looks at Chetan Bhagat’s One Night at the Call Centre, and Shruti Saxena’s Stilettos in the Boardroom.


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