An Interview with Sharan Kumar Limbale
Keywords:Sharan Kumar Limbale, Dalit literature, Realism, Social activism
AbstractSharan Kumar Limbale is an Indian Dalit activist, writer and literary critic. He has more than 40 books to his credit and is best known for his highly acclaimed autobiographical work Akkarmashi (The Outcaste). Limbale’s critical work Towards an Aesthetics of Dalit Literature is considered to be one of the seminal works on Dalit Literature.
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