top of page
The word "Shero" is used by the black feminist writer Maya Angelou to refer to extraordinary women who have done great deeds. Angelou deliberately refrains from using the word ?Hero?, as it has the pronoun ?He? in it, making the word exclusive to men alone. Drawing upon Maya Angelou's terminology, Priyadarshini has titled her book "Unsung Sheroes and Heroes". Her book is a work of fiction and chronicles the lives of lesser known Sheroes and Heroes such as the lady who strings jasmine flowers and the man who irons clothes.  Priyadarshini has used a series of descriptive passages to highlight the skill and beauty in the work of the real contributors of society.

Unsung Sheroes and Heroes - Dust Jacket

SKU: DJAG15083420
  • Priyadarshini Panchapakesan
bottom of page