Vol. 6 No. 1 (2024): Volume 6, Issue 1, Year 2024

Woman in the Kalaingnar’s short stories

Kamalamurugan K.R
Department of Tamil, Queen Mary's College (Autonomous), Chennai-600004, Tamil Nadu, India

Published 2024-01-20


  • Women,
  • Kalaingnar,
  • Short Stories,
  • Social Concern,
  • Periyar

How to Cite

K.R, K. (2024). Woman in the Kalaingnar’s short stories. International Research Journal of Tamil, 6(1), 19-23. https://doi.org/10.34256/irjt2414

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The purpose of the creation of the human race in the world as male and female is that the nature of the two is different, but their view us same. The great writers Periyar and Anna lived with social concern and whenever they got political opportunities, they did things for the benefit of women, and writer Kalaingnar in his literary writings, pointed out the life circumstances of women and arranged their thoughts, words, and actions in order to contribute to their welfare. This article highlights some views related to women recorded in Kalaingnar's short stories.


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