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Dalit writing, global contexts: From JV Pawar to Manoranjan Byapari, examining the English translations of literary works from across India
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Dalit writing, global contexts: From JV Pawar to Manoranjan Byapari, examining the English translations of literary works from across India

The ‘Dalit Writing, Global Contexts’ series looks at 10 Dalit writers and examines their works, which have been translated into English.

Dalit writing, global contexts: The River Speaks by Bojja Tharakam stands as a poetic beacon against injustice
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Dalit writing, global contexts: The River Speaks by Bojja Tharakam stands as a poetic beacon against injustice

Even more than their content or literary merit, Bojja Tharakam’s poems stand tall for the history of resistance against oppression they narrate.

The River Speaks: Bojja Tharakam’s poetry is a reflection on pain and struggle confronted by Dalits every day
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The River Speaks: Bojja Tharakam’s poetry is a reflection on pain and struggle confronted by Dalits every day

The River Speaks is the latest addition to the poetry books of Dalit activist Bojja Tharakam, translated to English by Naren Bedide (Kuffir) and published by The Shared Mirror.

Bojja Tharakam's 'Mahad': An educative experience not just for readers, but for seekers and writers of history as well
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Bojja Tharakam's 'Mahad': An educative experience not just for readers, but for seekers and writers of history as well

Mahad: The March That’s Launched Every Day by Bojja Tharakam — a renowned human rights lawyer, writer and a poet — is published in 2018 by The Shared Mirror Publishing House.