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Mahesh DattanisBravely Fought the Queen elucidates the defaulted picture of the Indian society, where the characters face a tremendous existential crisis. The women are badly dependent on the men characters for their survival, whereas the male characters are badly dependent on the patriarchal system for proving their dominant existence in the society. Every character in the play whether a man or a woman faces a gruesome crisis for their survival. They are not free birds who can drive their life by their free will. Women in the play are portrayed as the victims under the tyrannical hands of patriarchy, from which they are trying to escape from the claustrophobic existence to their own shaped world of independence. This paper is an earnest endevour to explore the existential crisis of the characters and search a probable solution.
[Aninnya Sarkar and Indrani Singh Rai (2021); SUBALTERN PERSPECTIVES IN MAHESH DATTANIS BRAVELY FOUGHT THE QUEEN Int. J. of Adv. Res. 9 (Nov). 54-61] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
Associate Professor, Amity School of Languages, Amity University Chhattisgarh
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