Jewels of Authority: Women and Textual Tradition in Hindu India
By: Dean Laurie Patton (editor)Paperback
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The essays in this collection address the problem of Hindu women's relationship to authority, both within and without the textual traditions of Sanskrit, Tamil, Hindi, and English. The authors adopt a method of close textual and ethnographic reading, which results in some surprisingly new and subtle ways of interpreting older, more "classical" discourses, such as Veda and Mimamsa, as well as newer discourses, such as the RSS use of the Devimahatmya.
PART II. ANCIENT ARGUMENTS ; PART II. CLASSICAL ARGUMENTS ; PART III. REFORM AND COMTEMPORARY ARGUMENTS
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