In the contemporary era, Comparative Literature, like other literary concepts, has heavily gained its distinctive place on the international academic map of the world. In fact, this perspective of comparison in research and scholarship has now heavily grown and it has been (and continues to be) widely used in various disciplines and areas of study. It incorporates writers from all languages and literatures all across the world. This has led the scholars to search and find newer meanings and innovations. This area of study has given recognition even to various local and regional writers and this way enabled researchers to make these writers known to the world and earn a niche for them too in the world literature or on the world academic map. In this backdrop, this paper makes a humble attempt to search for Lacanian reading through his desire domain, pleasure principle, Objet Petit a, self-other notions in the poetic discourses of two women poetesses– one from Kashmiri literature and the other from the Indian English Literature – though from two different eras, geographical locations, cultures, civilizations and languages yet they share many similarities once read under / through Lacanian lens.
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