Table of contents for Early women's writings in Orissa, 1898-1950 : a lost tradition / editor, Sachidananda Mohanty.

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CONTENTS
List of Illustrations
Acknowledgements 
1.	Introduction: Rebati's Sisters
Sachidananda Mohanty
2.	Abanti Rao
* 'Abhibhasana' (To the Women of Orissa)
3.	Sailabala Das (1875-1968)
* From Bilat Prabas (Journey to England)
* 'Jana Sadharanre Streeshikhya Bistarara Upaya' (Ways of Spreading Women's Education)
* From A Look Before and After (Autobiography)
4.	Reba Ray (1876-1957)
* 'Nirabe' (The Sound of Silence)
* 'Jeebanara Udyesa Stree Purusha Ubhyankara Eka Heba Uchita' (Men and Women Should Have Common Goals in Life)
5.	Kokila Devi (1896-1936)
* 'Bilasini'	
6.	Narmada Kar
* 'Dwanda' (Dilemma)
7.	Pratibha Kar
* From Basanti
8.	Suprabha Kar
* 'Pratikhya' (The Vigil)
9.	Rama Devi (1889- 1985)
* From Jeebana Pathe (On the Path of My Life)
10.	Kuntala Kumari Sabat (1901-1938)
* 'Shefali Prati' (To the Shefali Flower)
* From Raghu Arakhita (Raghu, the Orphan)
* 'Adhunika Dharma Samasya' (The Crisis of Religion in Modern Times)
11.	Sarala Devi (1904-1986)
* 'Narira Dabi' (The Rights of Women)
* A Letter from Prison
* 'Bharatiya Narinku Mahatma Gandhinka Prerana' (Mahatma Gandhi's Message for Indian Women)
* 'Purusha Jibanare Nari Prabhab' (The Place of Women in a Man's Life)
12.	Malati Choudhury (1904-1998)
* 'Ajira Bharata O Amara Kartavya' (Our Duty Towards the Nation)
13.	Nirmala Devi (1906-1986)
* 'Antare Mora Asa Asa Bare' (Come Within Again and Again)
14.	Haripriya Devi (1915 --)
* 'Ashru' (Tears)
* 'Bandini Nari' (Woman, the Prisoner)
15.	Urmila Devi
* 'Nari Swadhinata' (True Freedom of Women)
16.	Shakuntala Devi
* 'Nari' (The Woman)
17.	Sushila Devi
* 'Manisha Semane' (They Too are Human)
18.	Hemalata Mansingh (1919- )
* 'Sedina Au Edina' (Those Days and These Days)
19.	Basanta Kumari Pattnaik ( 1923- )
* From Amada Bata (The Untrodden Path)
20.	Bidyut Prabha Devi (1926-1977)
* 'Pratighat' (The Assault)
* 'Bilasi Kabi' (The Romantic Poet)
21.	Nandini Panigrahi (Satpathy) (1931--)
* 'Chimnira Daka' (The Call of the Chimney)
Bibliography
About the Editor

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women and literature -- India -- Orissa.
Authors, Oriya -- Social conditions.
Oriya literature -- Women authors.
Oriya literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Women -- India -- Orissa -- Literary collections.