Female Paradigms of love, is an indepth study on Rabindranath Tagore's novels in English translation from a feministic stance. The women character of Tagore experience love as a prime motif while they operate within the framework of the theatre of action in his fictional world. The researcher Dr. Satyananda Swain tries to pinpoint how they free themselves from the limitations of the novel as an art form and affect the tradition bound Indian society creating a self styled but hard norm of human behaviour that in a way anticipates the social conduct of our times.
The work has been critically acclaimed as exhaustive and it builds up the perspective of the study of women characters both celebration and mystical in Tagore's novels. It is a contribution to Tagore literature and feminism in Indian writing in English.