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In a more optimistic and gracious mood, Ruth Vanita contributes a small but very lyrical piece, “On Non-Resident Angels”: To entertain an angel is harder Than it sounds, is indeed a dangerous Enterprise. Think twice when your stranger glows. Angels have a disconcerting way Of stealing hearts, and flying away (173). In the other sections of the anthology, “Differences”, “Connections” and “Love”, the contributors discuss the diversity within the community of lesbians, the incapacity of restrictive terms such as ‘man’, ‘woman’, ‘lesbian’, ‘gay’, ‘masculine’ or ‘feminine’ to define human beings.

The moistness and taste of her mouth became mine. The roughnesses and tendernesses of her body became all mine (4). From the perspective of the patriarchal mainstream this kind of relationship between women has been explained and justified as a phase in female adolescence that expires as soon as the individual gets married. Notwithstanding, in the story, when their families discover their strong attachment and affection, they are immediately married off. Sheela is married to a man twenty-one years older than her and Kalyanikkutty marries a young man who loves her.

Harris & C. K. Mohamed Ummer. Hyderabad: Navya Printers, 1995. ). Humjinsi. A Resource Book on Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Rights in India. , 2002. García-Arroyo, Ana. The Construction of Queer Culture in India: Pioneers & Landmarks. Barcelona: Ellas Editorial, 2006. Hooks, Bell. Talking Back. Boston: South End Press, 1989. P. ). Kamala Das. A Critical Spectrum. New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers, 2001. Namjoshi, Suniti. Feminist Fables. London, 1981. —. The Authentic Lie. Fredericton, New Brunswick (Canada): Goose Lane Editions, 1982.

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