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Tamil dalit literature

Works Cited and Selected Bibliography for Further Reading

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Aston, N. M., ed. (2001). Literature of Marginality: Dalit Literature and African-American Literature. New Delhi: Prestige.

Ayōtti Tācar, (1999-2003). Ayōtti Tācar Cintaṉaikaḷ. Tirunelveli: Folklore Resources and Research Centre, St.Xavier’s College.

Baby Kamble, Translated from Marathi by Maya Pandit, (2008). The Prisons We Broke. Chennai: Orient Longman.

Balbir Madhopuri, Translated from Punjabi by Tripti Jain, (2010). Changiya Rukh, Against the Night. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Bama, Translated from Tamil by Lakshmi Holmström, (2000 [1992]). Karukku. Chennai: Macmillan.

Bama, Translated from Tamil by Lakshmi Holmström, (2005 [1994]). Sangati: Events. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Bama, Translated from Tamil by N. Ravi Shankar, (2006 [1996]). Harum-scarum saar and other stories. New Delhi: Women Unlimited.

Bama, Translated from Tamil by Malini Seshadri, (2008 [2002]). Vanmam: Vendetta. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Bharathi, Ca. & Muthukkandhan, Ci., ed. (2009). Veṭci: Tamiḻaka Dalit Ākkaṅkaḷ. Chennai: Parisal.

Brodsky, Joseph, Translated from Russian by George L. Kline, (1973). Joseph Brodsky: Selected Poems. New York: Harper & Row

Buck, David C., (2003). “Translating the Tamil Akam Tradition through the Ages: Literary Beauty and the Kuṟavaṉ and Kuṟatti Figures” in Journal of the Institute of Asian Studies (XXI: 1). Chemmancherry: Institute of Asian Studies.

Buck, David C., (2005). Melagaram Tirikutarasappa Kavirayar’s A Kuravanji in Kutralam. Chennai: Institute of Asian Studies.

Buck, David C. & K. Paramasivam, (1997). The Study of Stolen Love: A Translation of Kaḷaviyal eṉṟa Iṟaiyaṉār Akapporuḷ with Commentary by Nakkīraṉār. Atlanta: Scholars Press.

Dalit Murasu (Monthly). Chennai: Dalit Murasu.

Dangle, Arjun, ed. (1992). Poisoned Bread: Translations from Marathi Dalit Literature. Hyderabad: Orient Longman.

Gaikwad, Laxman, Translated from Marathi by P. A. Kolharkar, (1998). Uchalya: The Branded. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi.

Gros, François, Translated from French by M. P. Boseman, ed. by Kannan M. and Jennifer Clare (2009). Deep Rivers: Selected writings on Tamil literature. Pondicherry: French Institute of Pondicherry, Berkeley: Tamil Chair, University of California at Berkeley.

Gunasekaran, K.A., Translated from Tamil by V. Kadambari, (2009). The Scar. Chennai: Orient Blackswan.

Ilankovan, Ezhil, (2008). Aruntatiyar Iyakka Varalāṟu. Chennai: Kalakam.

Imaiyam, Translated from Tamil by Lakshmi Holmström, (2001). Beasts of Burden. Chennai: Manas.

Imaiyam, Translated from Tamil by D. Krishna Ayyar, (2006). Arumugam. New Delhi: Katha.

Itaya Ventan, Vili. Pa., (2002). Dalit Aḻakiyal (Dalit Aesthetics). Chennai: Kavya.

Jadhav, Narendra, (2003). Outcaste: A Memoir. New Delhi: Penguin.

Kale, Kishore Shantabai, Translated from Marathi by Sandhya Pandey (2000). Against All Odds. New Delhi: Penguin

Kalyana Rao, G., Translated from Telugu by Alladi Uma and M. Sridhar (2010). Untouchable Spring. New Delhi: Orient Blackswan.

Kannan, M. & François Gros, (2002). “Tamil Dalits in Search of a Literature” in South Asia Research (22: 1). New Delhi/London: South Asia Centre, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

Kannan, M., ed. (2004). Dalit Ilakkiyam: Eṉatu Aṉupavam. Pondicherry: French Institute of Pondicherry, Coimbatore: Vitiyal.

Kannan, M., ed. (2008). Dialects in Tamil. Pondicherry: French Institute of Pondicherry.

Kesharshivam, B., Translated from Gujarati by Gita Chaudhuri, (2002). The Whole Truth and Nothing but the Truth: A Dalit’s Life. Kolkata: Samya.

Kundera, Milan, Translated from French by Linda Asher, (2010). Encounter, Essays. London: Faber and Faber.

Limbale, Sharankumar, Translated from Marathi by Santosh Bhoomkar, (2003). The Outcaste: Akkarmashi. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Limbale, Sharankumar, Translated from Marathi by Alok Mukherjee, (2004 [1996]). Towards an Aesthetics of Dalit Literature: History, Controversies, and Considerations. Hyderabad: Orient Longman.

Limbale, Sharankumar, Translated from Marathi by Arun Prabha Mukherjee, (2010). Hindu, a Novel. Kolkata: Samya.

Macwan, Joseph, Translated from Gujarati by Rita Kothari, (2004). The Stepchild. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Malagatti, Aravind, Translated from Kannada by Dharani Devi Malagatti, Janet Vucinich, and N. Subramanya, (2007 [1994]). Government Brahmana. Hyderabad: Orient Longman.

Mane, Laxman, Translated from Marathi by A. K. Kamat, (1997). Upara: An Outsider. New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi.

Marx, A., (1994). Talit Araciyal. Coimbatore: Putthaka Veliyitakam.

Moon, Vasant, Translated from Marathi by Gail Omvedt, (2001). Growing Up Untouchable in India. Blue Ridge Summit, PA: Rowan and Littlefield and New Delhi: Sage.

Nagaraj, D. R., (2010). The Flaming Feet and other essays: The Dalit movement in India. New Delhi: Permanent Black.

Nimgade, Namdeo, (2010). In the Tiger’s Shadow, The autobiography of an Ambedkarite. New Delhi: Navayana.

Pawar, Urmila, Translated from Marathi by Maya Pandit (2008 [2003]). The Weave of My Life: A Dalit Woman’s Memoirs. Kolkata: Stree.

Rajkumar, N. D., (2004). Kal Viḷakkukaḷ: Selected Poems of N. D. Rajkumar. Nagercoil: Kalachuvadu Pathippagam.

Rajshekar, V. T., (1995 [1987]). Dalit: The Black Untouchables of India. 3rd edition. Atlanta: Clarity Press.

Ravikumar, Translated from Tamil by R. Azhagarasan, (2009). Venomous Touch, Notes on Caste, Culture and Politics. Kolkata: Samya.

Rengasamy, Devi, (2007). English-English-Tamil Dictionary. Kottayam: DC Books

Siddalingaiah, Translated from Kannada by S. R. Ramakrishna, (2006[2003]). Ooru Kéri (An Autobiography). New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi

Sivakami, P., Translated from Tamil by the author, (2009). The Grip of Change and Author’s Notes. Hyderabad: Orient Blackswan.

Tamizhaveel, (2003). Camūka Urimaip Pōrāḷi Immāṉuvēl Dēvēntirar. Puthuvai: Panpaattu Aayvakam.

Teltumbde, Anand, (2010). “The Dalit strategy for respect has failed. It’s time they shunned the caste idiom for class; The protest by Bhangis in Karnataka highlights the divisions among the oppressed,” in Tehelka (7: 39, Sept.26-Oct. 2). New Delhi: Anant Media.

Thiagaraj, Henry, ed. (no date). Human Rights from the Dalit Perspective. Chennai: Dalit Liberation Education Trust.

Thirumaavalavan, Thol., Translated from Tamil by Meena Kandasamy, (2003). Talisman: Extreme Emotions of Dalit Liberation. Kolkata: Samya.

Thirumaavalavan, Thol., Translated from Tamil by Meena Kandasamy, (2004). Uproot Hindutva: The Fiery Voice of the Liberation Panthers. Kolkata: Samya.

Vaikuṇṭacāmi, Ayyā (2009). Akilat Tiraṭṭu Ammāṉai. Nagarkovil, Kalaccuvatu.

Valmiki, Omprakash, Translated from Hindi by Arun Prabha Mukherjee, (2003 [1997]). Joothan: An Untouchable’s Life. Kolkata: Samya, New York: Columbia University Press.

Viramma, Josiane Racine, & Jean-Luc Racine, Translated from French by Will Hobson, (1997). Viramma: life of an untouchable. London: Verso.

Viswanathan, S., (2005). Dalits in Dravidian Land, Frontline Reports on Anti-Dalit Violence in Tamil Nadu (1995-2004). Pondicherry: Navayana.

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