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It is this suggestion to which 32 Contemporary Fiction: An Anthology of Female Writers I owe strict allegiance in my analysis of Mira Nair’s The Namesake. Relatedly, the debate on film adaptation is placed in a wider cultural practice. The adapted work holds ‘the status of myth’ as evidenced in works like A Midsummer Night’s Dream and the success of adaptation lies in ‘the issue of their fertility, not their fidelity’ (Pellow 2000: 30). The idea is that does the film enable further dialogues on the subject?
However, many of Namjoshi’s works are first published abroad and reach India much Arroyo in Her Piece of Writing… 2 2 later. Let me point out that one of the reasons for Namjoshi to leave the country is the discovery of her lesbianism and, as a result, the impossibility of living her life together with her lover in India. When Ashwini Sukthankar’s edition of lesbian writing from India appears in 1999, it constitutes a great achievement; a landmark that represents a plural, visible and lesbian space in contemporary Indian writing in English, where the lesbian becomes a literary character and a writer.
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Contemporary Fiction: an Anthology of Female Writers by Urmila Dabir, Shubha Mishra Vandana Pathak