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In an epoch which has to do fundamentally with space, the concept of home has entered the epistemic scene, both as a commodity and a discursive formation. Contemporary Indian women writers, who are a major facet of present Anglophone literature, have often chosen the domestic sphere as the structural framework of their stories. However, despite the traditional idea of home as a static physical site where women's lives unfold, a more complex and fluid concept emerges from their narratives. Afterdoi:10.3390/h7040133 fatcat:n5qduk5mbbe2ref36waridlame