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Vol. 3 No. 4 (2021): Volume 3, Issue 4, Year 2021
Articles

The Theory of Language in Women Poem

Mallika R
Department of Tamil, Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai-600008, Tamil Nadu, India

Published 2021-10-06

Keywords

  • Sangam Literature,
  • Modern Literature,
  • Bhaktin,
  • Women Poem,
  • Dialogism

How to Cite

R, M. (2021). The Theory of Language in Women Poem. International Research Journal of Tamil, 3(4), 190-196. https://doi.org/10.34256/irjt21423

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Abstract

This Article treats the theory of Language in women poem from Sangam Literature to Modern Literature with the help of the Russian Linguist BHAKTIN on his language and history. He used ‘’Dialogism’’ in his language theory. This Dialogism helps to understand the multiple meaning of the poem. This theory has evolved the author and the reader could understand the context by social and political arena. We could identify this in Tamil Literature too, even though it has been published late in the social arena the Tamil Literature has all the later came theories in it before hand it came to mainstream. That is what the theory of language in women poem has been introduced many multiple meanings for the understating of the readers.

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