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New Lights on Indian Women Novelists in English Vol I

Amar Nath Prasad

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Item Description: Sarup. Book Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Women novelists in Indian writing in English: a study/Amar Nath Prasad. 2. Inching towards freedom: Women in the works of Indian women novelists/S. Prasanna Sree. 3. Dialectics of society and self in Ruth Prawer Jhabvala's Heat and Dust/Nagendra Kumar Singh. 4. Impact of Gandhian idealism in the novels of Nayantara Sahgal/Shalini R. Sinha. 5. Nayantara Sahgal's The Storm in Chandigarh: a portrayal of man-woman relationship/Sunita Rai. 6. Portrayal of society and self in Kamala Markandaya's Nectar in a Sieve/Nagendra Kumar Singh. 7. An approach to immigrants psychology in Anita Desai's Bye Bye Blackbird/Xavier Kajur. 8. Fire on the Mountain: a view/Ashwini Kumar Vishnu. 9. Nergis Dalal's The Inner Door/L. Narayana Murty. 10. An interview with Shashi Deshpande/S. Prasanna Sree. 11. Crisis of human values in Shashi Deshpande's That Long Silence/U.B.S. Gour. 12. Fractured selves: a glimpse into the lives of Mayamma in Geetha Hariharan's novel The Thousand Faces of Night and of Mira in Shashi Deshpande's novel The Binding Vine/Prasanna Sree Sathupati. 13. Mahasweta Devi's Mother of 1084: as a play of protest and betrayal/Jai Shanker Jha. 14. Transformation and migration in Bharati Mukherjee's The Holder of the World/G.A. Ghanshyam and Usha Iyengar. 15. Redefining traditional values in post colonial India: a study of Rama Mehta's Inside the Haveli/Darshana Trivedi. 16. The quest that leads to take decisions: Shobha De's Socialite Evenings/G. Sheela Swarupa Rani. 17. Self and social predicament in Shobha De's Sisters/Yamuna Prasad. 18. Architectonics in The God of Small Things/R.S. Sharma and S.B. Talwar. 19. Arundhati Roy: a novelist of the Dalit and the Deserted/Amar Nath Prasad. 20. Ice-Candy-Man and God of Small Things: some interesting parallels/V. Jaya Lakshmi Rao. 21. The image of woman in The God of Small Things/Indranil Acharya. 22. Incomplete compromises in Jhumpa Lahiri's Interpreter of Maladies/Anurag Chauhan. 23. A study of Jhumpa Lahiri's The Treatment of Bibi Haldar/Upendra Jee Pandey. Index."New Lights on Indian Women Novelists in English is a modest attempt to evaluate some of the major women novelists of Indian writing in English. It contains more than twenty scholarly articles contributed by well-known scholars hailing from different parts of India. The book also contains an unpublished interview with Shashi Deshpande. The authors discussed in this anthology are Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, Nayantara Sahgal, Kamala Markandaya, Anita Desai, Nergis Dalal, Shashi Deshpande, Mahasweta Devi, Bharati Mukherjee, Geetha Hariharan, Rama Mehta, Shobha De, Arundhati Roy and Jhumpa Lahiri."The book will prove to be a great asset to all those teachers, scholars and students who want to be conversant with new trends and approaches to Indian women novelists in English." (jacket) 220 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 49235

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Gender and Culture in the Works of Indian Subcontinents Select Women Novelists

Lalima Chakraverty

Published by Atlantic (2012)

ISBN 10: 8126916907 ISBN 13: 9788126916900

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Item Description: Atlantic, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents : Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Partition Revisited. 3. Female Subjectivities and Relationships within Patriarchy. 4. Locations of Culture and Society. Conclusion. Bibliography. Women’s writings in the present world have made a deep impact on the social and cultural ambience. Women’s literature is now perceived as an individual entity, bringing women’s consciousness, experiences and values in the act of reading. Literatures produced by women exhibit the subjects, motifs and problems exploring their urge for self-definitions, at times by flouting the structured norms of propriety as well as discarding the prescribed norms of gender relations. The novels that have been chosen for study are: Difficult Daughters, A Married Woman and Home by Manju Kapur; The Crow Eaters, Ice-Candy-Man, The Pakistani Bride, An American Brat and Water by Bapsi Sidhwa; and Lajja by Taslima Nasrin. The work of these three women novelists focuses on the area of contention between hegemonic values and the simultaneous changes transmuting women’s consciousness, represented as a marginalized section in their own textual narratives. The underlining theme in the textual construction of the three novelists is the Partition holocaust. These writers centre on the myriad meanings that Partition manifested for the different communalist discourses, and have highlighted the marginalized status of women within the socio-political framework of the Partition process. The book analyses women characters as represented in the work of the three novelists—their mental, social, emotional and physical abuse, with reference to the tragedy of Partition and in the political and social extremity observed in the three nations. The work also analyses the reason for gender inequalities and injustices which exist in society. The study focuses on culture and its various ways of assigning different roles, responses, and attributes to the male and female. The book assesses the emergence of women writers in the Indian subcontinent; studies how Manju Kapur, Bapsi Sidhwa and Taslima Nasrin have responded to Partition and all the trauma associated with it; comprehends the psyche of female characters their sexual urges; and studies the female characters in pain, anguish, vulnerability, abuse and sufferings. It discusses not only the female psyche but also women’s encounter with men and vice versa, providing an in-depth analysis of the female world. The conclusion provided at the end is the assimilation and incorporation of the main theory that the work envisages. The book will be useful for the students of English literature, women’s literature and researchers in these fields. (jacket). Bookseller Inventory # 109302

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New Lights on Indian Women Novelists in English Part 2

Amar Nath Prasad

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2004)

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Item Description: Sarup, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Dialectics of society and self in Ruth Prawer Jhabvala's To whom she will/Nagendra Kumar Singh. 2. Ironic vision in Kamala Markandaya's Nectar in a sieve/U.S. Rukhaiyar. 3. Rukmani the Indian wife a reflection on Kamala Markandaya's Nectar in a sieve/S. Prasanna Sree. 4. Gender and identity in Shantha Rama Rau's novels/Basavaraj Naikar. 5. Feminist consciousness in the novels of Nayantara Sahgal/Kanupriya. 6. Colonial consciousness and racial conflict an analysis of immigrant experience in Anita Desai's Bye bye blackbird/Kanhaiya Jee Jha. 7. Anita Desai's Bye bye blackbird a struggle for identity/K.V. Surendran. 8. Shashi Deshpande's Small remedies a woman's quest for refuge a reappraisal/Ruby Milhotra. 9. Maya another eve in Shobha De's in Second thoughts/G.D. Barche. 10. Female consciousness in Mahasweta Devi's fiction breast giver/S.K. Paul 11. The Gin drinkers by Sagarika Ghose an expose of the postcolonial Indian situation/O.P. Bhatnagar. 12. Point of view and consciousness in the God of small things/R.S. Sharma and S.B. Talwar. 13. Style and structure of the God of small things/Amar Nath Prasad. 14. The symbolism of heart of darkness in the God of small things/K.K. Gaur. 15. The God of small things a note on Roy's sociological imagination/Ashwini Kumar Vishnu. 16. Dalit in the God of small things /M.B. Gaijan. 17. Interpreter of Maladies a saga of Asian immigrants/N. Sharada Iyer. 18. Nurgis Dalal's The girls from overseas/L. Narayana Murty. 19. Environmental changes and social values in Bharati Mukherjee's Jasmine /M.B. Gaijan. 20. Woman on top a study of feministic consciousness of modern Indian women novelists/Anita Ghosh. 21. Creation and feminity an act of incompatibility/N. Sharada Iyer. New Lights on Indian Women Novelist in English deals with almost all the chief women novelists in English their great works their truthful portrayal of women in a conservative and patriarchal society their critical comments on gender discrimination and above all their strong sense of feminism. It contains more than twenty scholarly articles contributed by well known scholars from different parts of India. The authors included in this anthology are Ruth Prawer Jhabvala Kamala Markandaya Shantha Rama Rau Nayantara Sehgal Anita Desai Shashi Deshpande Shobha De Mahasweta Devi Sagarika Ghosh Arundhati Roy Nergis Dalal and Bharati Mukherjee. The book will prove to be a great asset to all those teachers scholars and students who ant to be conversant with new trends and approaches of Indian woman novelists in English. 279 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 53255

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Gender And Culture In The Works Of Indian Subcontinent's Select Women Novelists

Lalima Chakraverty

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Indian Women Novelists. Set II: Volumes II.

Dhawan, R.K., Ed.

Published by (New Delhi) Prestige (1993). (1993)

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Item Description: (New Delhi) Prestige (1993)., 1993. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Included. 1st Edition. 8vo. 255 pp. Original red cloth binding. This is a tight, near fine book in a near fine DJ with light edge wear. Bookseller Inventory # 14696

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Indian Women Novelists

Jyoti Singh

Published by Rawat Publications, New Delhi, India (2007)

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Item Description: Rawat Publications, New Delhi, India, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Printed Pages: 192. Size: 15 x 23 Cm. Bookseller Inventory # 032163

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Indian Women Novelists

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Indian Women Novelists in English : A Critical Study

Edited by Ivy Chaudhury and Shukla Saha

Published by Supriya Books, B-49/D, Patel Garden Dwarka Moro,Nazafgarh Road, New Delhi-110059PH. 9435555609, 98733360365 (2011)

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Item Description: Supriya Books, B-49/D, Patel Garden Dwarka Moro,Nazafgarh Road, New Delhi-110059PH. 9435555609, 98733360365, 2011. Contents Foreword Preface 1 Ellipses of history and feminist interventions representation of the partition of India in Attia Hosains Sunlight on a broken columnDipendu Das 2 The discourse of the hysteric a reading of the female question in Chitra Banerjee Divakarunis The Palace of IllusionsPartha Sarathi Gupta 3 The quest for identity in Anita Desais fire on the mountain and VS Naipauls a house for Mr BiswasBidhan Chandra Pal 4 Rukmini to Simran changing facets of women in the post Independent IndiaPrasanta Chakraborty 5 Search for human values in Anita Desai analysis of clear light of dayDilip Sarkar 6 Feminist quest for identity a study of Nayantara Sahgals storm in Chandigarh a day in shadow and rich like usIvy Chaudhury 7 Memory and the ethnic self a study of Bharati Mukherjees Jasmine and desirable daughtersShukla Saha 8 Theme of diaspora and disintegration in Anita Desais bye bye blackbirdRama Chowdhury 9 Plucking Truths from the inheritance of loss a critical analysis and exploration of Kiran Desais narrative designSurajit Sen 10 Arundhatis The God of small Things and Dangles poisoned bread a comparison in Dalit perspectiveSomali Saha 11 Krupabai Sathianadhans Saguna the first autobiographical novel in English by an Indian womanAdwitiya Gope 12 Psycho analytical treatment of women an appraisal of Anita Nairs ladies coupe and Sonia Faleiros The GirlSomen Nandi 13 Issues of pedagogyMunmun Das Biswas 14 Lonliness and withdrawal in Anita Desais fire on the mountainKalyani Bhattacharya 15 The dynamics of feminism in Shashi Deshpandes novelsAparna Das 16 Presentation of women by Arundhati Roy A study of her novel The God of Small ThingsPratap Deb Ratan Sarkar  17 Women in Kamala Markandayas novelsRajesh Debnath 18 Psychoanalytic study of Anita Desais cry the peacockTanmoy Hrishi Das 19 Portrayal of protagonist in Shashi Deshpandes novel moving onBaburam Swami IndexThe present volume is a collection of papers selected from those presented at the UGC sponsored two day National Seminar held at Ramthakur College Agartala on Indian women Novelists in English The nineteen essays included in this anthology cover a wide spectrum of Indian women writers writing in English comprising of Krupabai Sathianadhan Kamala Markandaya Anita Desai Nayantara Sahgal Shashi Deshpande Bharati Mukherjee Kiran Desai Arundhati Roy Jhumpa Lahiri and Anita Nair etc Though the archetypal roles of women as mothers wives daughters and the other woman continue to hasnt the imagination of there writers yet they attempt to view the strength and weakness of the female sex as problems arising out of cultural racial sexual economic ideological political and gender specific confrontationsThis compendium will prove of utmost use to students researchers and teachers of English and comparative literature jacket 200 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 99758

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Five Indian Women Novelists : Feminist Vision

edited by C.L. Khatri and Sandhya Saxena

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Item Description: Yking Books, 2013. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Shashi Deshpande's best articulation of her vision: The dark holds no terrors/C.P. Sharma. 2. Shashi Deshpande's that long silence: a feminist Dilemma/C.L. Khatri. 3. The plural self: Shashi Deshpande's small remedies/Namrata Rathore Mahanta. 4. Feminine aspect in Shashi Deshpande's in the country of Deceit/Sweta Anand. 5. The socio-cultural aspect in Shashi Deshpande's the dark holds not terror/Punita Jha. 6. A psychological perspective of Shashi Deshpande's that long silence and Manju Kapur's difficult daughters/Deepali Sharma. 7. Roots and shadows: a tale of woman's quest for Independence and completeness/Suchi Agrawal. 8. Breaking the long silence in Shashi Deshpande's that long silence/Suchi Agrawal. 9. Shashi Deshpande's the Narayanpur incident: reflection of quit India movement/Mahesh Kumar. 10. Male as a catalyst: a study of marital relationship in Shashi Deshpande's a matter of time/Nilofar Akhtar. Assuming the role of the absolute sovereigns of the half-world women writers have strongly articulated their struggle for liberation ad self-assertion though their inherent art of story telling. With their Independent identify and creative zeal women writers have ushered into a new era of glory and gusto. The whole gamut of Indian literature in English would be incomplete if the contribution of women writers is not considered duly. The present anthology has been meticulously designed to encompass the works and contribution of five Indian women novelists who treasured the domain of Indian literature in English. The articles concentrate on the works of Shashi Deshpande, Gita Mehta, Manju Kapur, Shobha De and Kiran Desai who have carried forward the odyssey initiated by Sarojini Naidu, Toru Dutt, Karmla Das, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, Kamla Markandaya and other women writers of yore. The scholarly articles included into this volume explore the fictional cosmos of the five novelists under consideration. Shashi Deshpande's concern with the marital relations, Gita Mehta's deep understanding of Indian history, culture and mysticism, Manju Kapur's carvings on two inches of ivory, Shobha De's contribution to the mass market with her bold and highly individualistic style and the noticeable stamp of Kiran Desai's own inheritance on her fiction have been profoundly surveyed. The anthology will certainly be of great help to the teachers, researchers and scholars of English literature. (jacket). Bookseller Inventory # 111374

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Indian Women Novelists : Critical Discourses

Edited by M.F. Patel

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Item Description: Aavishkar, 2010. Contents Preface 1 Arundhati Roys The God of Small things an experiment in languageMallikarjun Patil 2 Commodification  imperialism environmental feminism caste in Arundhati Roys The God of Small ThingsSaurabh Kumar Singh 3 Arundhati Roys The God of Small Things focusing on marginal GenderPrashant Subhash Mothe 4 Narrative techniques in Arundhati Roys The God of small thingsVS Sankarao Rao Chinnam 5 Socio-political situation in Arundhati Roys The God of Small ThingsM Ambikavathy 6 Womens woes and wedlock in Arundhati Roys The God Small thingsSatya Prakash Prasad 7 A study of child abuse in Arundhati Roys the God of small thingsAnju Bala Agrawal 8 Shashi Deshpandes that long silence sexual contentment vs emotional bond in marriageAnil Verma 9 Anita Desais fire on the mountain a study in images and symbolsArvind M Nawale 10 Multi cultural dimension of contemporary society explorations in the dynamic works of Anita DesaiAshok Kumar 11 Anita Desais novels as womens fictionP Roopana 12  Women in Anita Desais Novels an appraisal of the three novels cry the peacock voices in the city and fire on the mountainMaithry Shinde 13 Theme of loneliness in Kiran Desais the inheritance of lossSarojini Sudha 14 Kiran Desais the inheritance of loss a post modern perspectiveSmita A Mujumdar 15 Immigration is a line of attack to scrutinize individual loss a birds eye view on Kiran Desais the inheritance of lossT Sasikanth Reddy 16 Kiran Desais the inheritance of loss versus the inheritance of writingLt Satnedra Kumar 17 Alienation anger and Angst in Kiran Desais the inheritance of lossKanwar Dinesh Singh 18 Kamala Markandaya between the two worldsShubha Mukherjee 19 Human relationships and political upheaval with special reference to minor characters in Kamala Markandayas some inner furyShishu Paul 20 Kamala Markandayas experience of the Indian city life in her novel a handful of ricePradnya Vijay Ghorpade and JA Shinde 21 Finding happiness amidst adversity Kamala Markandayas nectar in a SieveRachel Irdaya Raj 22 Kamala Markandaya a crusading spirit for the welfare of humanity and the elevation of human sufferingS Rajiya Swamy 23 Cross culture in the oeuvre of Jhumpa LahiriIndu Goyal 24 Immigrant voices in Jhumpa Lahiris unaccustomed earthAnju Bala Agrawal 25 Inheritance and exile the problematics of diaspora in Jhumpa Lahiris the namesakeArti Nirmal 26 Women and their transformations in Bharati Mukherjees JasmineD Balapriyadarshini 27 Social web and cry of the self some explorations in Manju Kapurs difficult daughtersAshok Kumar 28 Feministic visions in the Novels of Manju KapurSarika Dubey 29 The novels of Nayantara Sahgal a study in the feminist perspectiveP Madhurima and V Saravanan 30 An examination of feminism in the select novels of Kiran Desai Kamala Markandaya and Shobha DeN Jaishree"Today Indian English literature is an endeavour of showcasing the rare gems of Indian writing in English From being a curious native explosion Indian English has become a new form of Indian culture and voice in which India speaks Not only are the works of Indian writers writing in English soaring on the best sellers list they are also receiving a great deal of critical acclaim from Anita Desai Kiran Desai Jhumpa Lahiri Arundhati Roy the parade of fine Indian women writers is long and lengthening Here you can explore the interesting history of Indian writing in English and also experience its various facets as expressed by Indian women Novelists Indian Women Novelists Critical Discourses is a latest attempt to explore and criticise the major Indian Women Novelists The book covers a unique collection of thirty scholarly papers from eminent scholars of India The major Indian Women Novelists analysed in this book are Arundhati Roy Shashi Deshpande Anita Desai Kiran Desai Kamala Markandaya Jhumpa Lahiri Bharati Mukherjee Manju Kapur and Shobha De It is hoped that the book will be of great help top the students researchers and teachers of English literature and wil. Bookseller Inventory # 86263

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Indian Women Novelists (5 Vols-Set)

R K Dhawan

Published by Prestige Books, New Delhi (1991)

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Item Description: Prestige Books, New Delhi, 1991. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Vol. I 1. Introduction Indian women novelists/R.K. Dhawan. 2. Feminism in Indian English fiction/Chaman Nahal. 3. Tradition and modernity the portrayal of women by the women by the women writers/K. Meera Bai. 4. Paradoxes of patriarchy feminist motifs/Sumita Roy. 5. Recent trends in feminist thought A Tour de Horizon/Sushila Singh. 6. Feminist critical theory a search for new paradigms/Sudha P. Pandya. 7. New horizons exploring the possibilities of feminist literary criticism on Indian writing in English/Christine Gomez. 8. New morality in the modern Indo English novel a study of Mulk Raj Anand Anita Desai and Nayantara Sahgal/Shyam Ansani. 9. Identity crisis the problem of the cultural transplants/K. Meerabai. 10. History and the possibilities of choice a study of Anita Desai's Baumgartner's Bombay Upamanyu Chatterjee's English August and Shashi Deshpande's That Long Silence/Suresh Chandra. 11. Some recent trends in modern Indian fiction a study of Shashi Deshpande's That Long Silence Shashi Tharoor's The great Indian novel and Amitav Ghosh's The Shadow Lines/Shakuntala Bharvani. 12. City in the novels of Kamala Markandaya Anita Desai and Shashi Deshpande/Subhash Chandra. 13. Husband wife alienation in the novels of Nayantara Sahgal and Anita Desai/K. Meera Bai. 14. Method and narrative techniques in Kamala Markandaya's nectar in a sieve Anita Desai's Cry the peacock Nayantara Sahgal's A time to be happy and Ruth Jhabvala's Heat and Dust/K. Meera Bai. 15. Indian women short story writers in English a critical study/C.V. V enugopal and M.G. Hegde. 16. The i mage of man in Gloria Naylor's The women of Brewster Place and Shobha De's Socialite evenings/Subhash Chandra. 17. From Purdah to popular culture Anees Jung's unveiling India and Shobha De's socialite evenings/Bhargavi P. Rao. 18. Family and marriage in Shobha De's socialite evenings/Subhash Chandra. Index. Vol. II 1. The Indian Writer's problems/Anita Desai. 2. The alienated self in the novels of Anita Desai/R.S. Pathak. 3. Problems of self in the novels of Anita Desai/Shanta Acharya. 4. The use of fantasy in the novels of Anita Desai/Jasbir Jain. 5. Anita Desai and the wounded self/V.V.N. Rajendra Prasad. 6. Childhood in Anita Desai's novels a psychological interpretation/Usha Bande. 7. The theme of marital Disharmony in the novels of Anita Desai/P.F. Patil. 8. The theme of man woman relationship in the novels of Anita Desai/P. Bhatnagar. 9. An existential approach to Maladjustment of Marital relations in Anita Desai's novels/Uma Banerjee.10. The forgotten men a study of Anita Desai's male characters/Kamal N. Awasthi. 11. View of nature in Anita Desai's novels/Suresh C. Saxena. 12. Cities and gardens in the novels of Anita Desai/Jasbir Jain. 13. Anita Desai's technique/Syed Amanuddin. 14. Imagery as a mode of apprehension in Anita Desai's novel/Amina Amin. 15. Anita Desai Arun Joshi and Anasakti Yoga/Usha Bande. Index. Vol. III 1. Anita Desai and Virginia Woolf a comparative study/Asha Kanwar. 2. Anita Desai and R.K. Narayan/Paul Sharrad. 3. The poly timbered voice women in cry The peacock/Prabhat Kumar Pandeya. 4. Rhythm in cry The peacock/Kalpana S. Wandrekar. 5. The generic structure of cry The peacock/Thakur Guruprasad. 6. The individual and the search for self identity in cry The peacock/Bipin B. Panigrahi and Viney Kirpal. 7. The lonely voyage feminine psyche in cry The peacock/Prabhat Kumar Pandeya. 8. Artists in voices in the city/Ramesh K. Srivastava. 9. Amla Dharma love an enigma in voices in the city/Usha Bande. 10. Heroism and pathos in voices in the city a thematic analysis/S.K. Tikoo. 11. The beat hero in voices in the city/Subhash Chandra. 12. The voice in voices in the city/P. Bhatnagar. 13. Voices in the city a study of Monisha's plight/ Indira Bhatt. 14. The ailing aliens bye bye blackbird a symptomatic study in schizophrenia/Kalpana S. Wandrekar. 15. Where shall we go this summer. Anita Desai's stance against negativism/T.S. Anand. 16. Where shall we go. Bookseller Inventory # 53361

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Indian Women Novelists. Set I, Volumes 1-4

Dhawan, R.K., Ed.

Published by Prestige Books, New Dellhi (1991)

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Indian Women Novelists (6 Vols-Set)

R K Dhawan

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Item Description: Prestige Books, New Delhi, 1993. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Vol. I 1. Psychocultural dynamics of sexism/Manchi Sarat Babu. 2. Ethnicity and women novelists Pearl Buck's come My beloved Ruth Jhabvala's travellers and Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon/Mohamed Elias. 3. Women and society element of dispossession in Margaret Laurence's The diviners and Anita Desai's Where Shall we go this summer/D.K. Pabby. 4. The nowhere man a comparative study of Anita Desai's Baumgartner's Bombay and Kamala Markandaya's The Nowhere man/S. Indira. 5. The immigrant experience a comparison of Anita Desai's Bye Bye Blackbird and Markandaya's the Nowhere Man/Sunita Marathe and Viney Kirpal. 6. Assimilation or alienation a study of Geeta in Anita Desai's voices in the city and Monisha in Rama Mehta's Inside the Haveli/Indira Nityanandam. 7. Communal Frenzy and partition Bapsi Sidhwa Attia Hosain and Amitav Ghosh/Novy Kapadia. 8. An interview with Kamala Das/T.N. Geetha. 9. The quest for identity in the novels of Kamala Das/K.C. Shrivastava. 10. Sexual politics and Kamala Das/Iqbal Kaur. 11. A feminist reading of My Story/Subhash Chandra. 12. Motherly sensibility in My story/M.M. Kanwadkar. 13. Colonial Anguish in My story/Iqbal Kaur. 14. A note on My Storry/Shyamala A. Narayan. 15. A study of the short stories of Kamala Das/T.N. Geetha. 16. The short stories of Kamala Das an analysis/K. Radha. 17. An interview with Jai Nimbkar/T.N. Geetha. 18. Marriage is A joint venture /Vilas Salunke. 19. Love and marriage versus individual freedom temporary answers/T.S. Borate. 20. A sociolinguistic analysis of temporary answers/Z.N. Patil. Index. Vol. II 1. Feminism in the novels of Kamala Markandaya/P. Geetha. 2. Victims and Virgins some characters in Markandaya's novels/Haydn M. Williams. 3. The Indian scenario in the novels of Kamala Markandaya an assessment of popular Indian superstitions and beliefs/Madhumita Ghosal and Mehru M. Major. 4. Colour imagery in Kamala Markandaya's novels/Madhumita Ghosal and Mehru M. Major. 5. Technique and theme in the novels of Kamala Markandaya/Sunaina Kumar. 6. The language of Kamala Markandaya's novels/Shyamala A. Narayan. 7. A feminist perspective of women characters in the novels of Virginia Woolf and Kamala Markandaya/B. Sudipta. 8. What the people of India are really like a study of Nectar in a Sieve/Madhu Joshi. 9. Nectar in a Sieve a study in Indian social values/Jaya Baliga. 10. The fertility motif in Nectar in a Sieve/E. Nageswara Rao. 11. Cross Cultural interaction in Nectar in a Sieve/Ramesh Chadha. 12. Art in a Sieve a study of Nectar in a Sieve/Subhash Chandra. 13. Deconstructing feminism Nectar in a Sieve and the Phenomenon of change/G.R. Taneja. 14. Limitations of Markandaya in Nectar in a Sieve/Ramesh K. Srivastava. 15. Love and death in Some Inner Fury/Ramesh K. Srivastava. 16. An eloquent cry of despair Some Inner Fury/Madhu Joshi. 17. Being and becoming the quest of three women in Some Inner Fury/Jaya Baliga. 18. Raging inferno and fumbling inarticulacy limits of narrative technique in Some Inner Fury/Ramesh K. Srivastava. 19. The east west theme Some Inner Fury the serpent and the rope and a dream in Hawaii/Punim Juneja. 20. Anatomy of silence in A Silence of Desire/N. Ramachandran Nair. 21. Sarojini the unconvincing middle class wife in A Silence of Desire/Uma Banerjee. Index. Vol. III 1. Tradition and modernity in A silence of desire/Anita Mahajan. 2. Rejection of silence in A Silence of Desire/Usha Pathania. 3. Levels of colonial consciousness in possession/Ramesh K. Srivastava. 4. An archetypal view of relationships in possession/Kamal N. Awasthi. 5. Woman as possessor a reflection of Anti patriarchal rage and divided consciousness in possession/Ramesh K. Srivastava. 6. Symbolic triumvirate bicycle chain Sari and Tin Trunk in A Handful of Rice/Ramesh K. Srivastava. 7. Humour in A Handful of rice/K. Radha. 8. Crisis of values in A Handful of Rice/Subhash Chandra. 9. A Handful of Rice a perspective/I.K. Masih. 10. A study of a Handful of rice/Ramesh K. Srivastava. Bookseller Inventory # 53362

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Indian Women Novelists (7 Vols-Set)

R K Dhawan

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Item Description: Prestige Books, New Delhi, 1995. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I 1. Facets of feminism in Indian English fiction/G.D. Barche. 2. Feminism time to stop suffering in silence/Alka Saxena. 3. Feminism as an extension of existentialism women in Indian English fiction/K. Meera Bai. 4. Liberated or libidinous women writing in English/A.G. Khan. 5. Women characters in the novels of Virginia Woolf and Kamala Markandaya/B. Sudipta. 6. The inner world of Indian women neurotic characters of Indian women novelists/M. Rajeshwar. 7. The search for selfhood in the patriarchal enclosure women in marriage in Kate Chopin's The awakening Anita Desai's Voices in the city and Nayantara Sahgal's The day in shadow/Urbashi Barat. 8. Shobha De's Sultry Days and Gita Mehta's A River Sutra a study in orientalism/Indira Bhatt. 9. Shobha De Vatsyayani /A.G. Khan. 10. Shobha De's Socialite evenings an initiation tale from innocence to experience/Inna Walter. 11. Rise and fall of a star a study of Starry nights/Geeta Barua. 12. Search for identity in Shobha De's Starry nights/Nisha Trivedi. 13. Artist vamp a feminist approach to Shobha De's Starry nights/Sudhir Kumar. 14. Tender beautiful and erotic Lesbianism in Shobha De's Starry Nights/Prabhat Kumar Pandeya. 15. Shobha De's Sisters an appraisal/Bijay Kumar Das. 16. Shobha De from Starry Nights to Sultry Days/R.S. Pathak. 17. Why I write/Uma Vasudev. 18. The high culture fiction of Arun Joshi and Uma Vasudev/Suresh Chandra. 19. The other face of Uma Vasudev the song of Anasuya/Man Mohan Singh. 20. A case for Anasuya a study of Uma Vasudev's The song of Anasuya/Chandra Ganguli and Sunita Jain. 21. The sexual Odyssey a note on Uma Vasudev's The Song of Anasuya/Ramesh Dnyate. 22. From little ugly duckling to Minister of state political growth of Shreya in Uma Vasudev's Shreya of Sonagarh/Geeta Barua. 23. Married with three children yet virgin love and sex in Uma Vasudev's Shreya of Sonagarh/Prabhat Kumar Pandeya. 24. The centre cannot hold vulnerable world of Anita Desai/A. Clement. 25. Sense and sensibility of women characters in the novels of Anita Desai/Rita Roy. 26. Index. Vol. II 1. From self alienation to self identification a study of Anita Desai's novels/S.P. Swain and P.M. Nayak. 2. The importance of musical soirees in Anita Desai's novels/Y.P. Kalra. 3. The incarcerated self and the derelict house a study of the house image in Anita Desai's novels/S.P. Swain. 4. The crazy ones in Anita Desai and Margaret Atwood/Sunaina Singh. 5. Widening the human perspective through multiculturalism the fiction of Margaret Laurence and Anita Desai/D.K. Pabby. 6. Multicultural ethos in the fiction of Margaret Laurence and Anita Desai a comparative note/D.K. Pabby. 7. The protagonist's predicament M.G. Vasanji's Nurudin in No New Land and Anita Desai's Baumgartner in Baumgartner's Bombay/Indira Bhatt. 8. Exploration of inner space Anita Desai and Bharati Mukherjee/S. Indira. 9. The theme of disintegration a comparative study of Anita Desai's cry the Peacock and Bharati Mukherjee's wife/S. Sujatha. 10. Anita Desai's voices in the city a study in alienation/S.P. Swain and P.M. Nayak. 11. Feminine consciousness in Anita Desai's Fire on the Mountain the flame within/A. Hariprasanna. 12. Anita Desai's Fire on the Mountain the flame within/P.M. Nayak and S.P. Swain. 13. Alienation and adjustment a study of Anita Desai's The Village by the sea/S.P. Swain. 14. Anita Desai's Baumgartner's Bombay an attempt to survive/Mrinalini Solanki. 15. Attia Hosain Dina Mehta and Manohar Malgonkar post colonial survey of colonial events/A.G. Khan. 16. In search of order a study of V.S. Naipaul and Attia Hosain/Novy Kapadia. 17. Attia Hosain's Sunlight on a broken column The disintegration of a family/Amina Amin. 18. Culture and self a perspective of Attia Hosain's Sunlight on a broken column/Jaya Baliga. 19. Identify crises and the partition in Attia Hosain's Sunlight on a broken column/Novy Kapadia. 20. Androgyny in Attia Hosain's Sunlight on a broken column/Subhash Chadnra. 21. Socio. Bookseller Inventory # 53363

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Indian Women Novelists (18 Vols-Set)

R K Dhawan

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Item Description: Prestige Books, New Delhi, 1995. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Vol. I 1. Introduction Indian women novelists/R.K. Dhawan. 2. Feminism in Indian English fiction/Chaman Nahal. 3. Tradition and modernity the portrayal of women by the women by the women writers/K. Meera Bai. 4. Paradoxes of patriarchy feminist motifs/Sumita Roy. 5. Recent trends in feminist thought A Tour de Horizon/Sushila Singh. 6. Feminist critical theory a search for new paradigms/Sudha P. Pandya. 7. New horizons exploring the possibilities of feminist literary criticism on Indian writing in English/Christine Gomez. 8. New morality in the modern Indo English novel a study of Mulk Raj Anand Anita Desai and Nayantara Sahgal/Shyam Ansani. 9. Identity crisis the problem of the cultural transplants/K. Meerabai. 10. History and the possibilities of choice a study of Anita Desai's Baumgartner's Bombay Upamanyu Chatterjee's English August and Shashi Deshpande's That Long Silence/Suresh Chandra. 11. Some recent trends in modern Indian fiction a study of Shashi Deshpande's That Long Silence Shashi Tharoor's The great Indian novel and Amitav Ghosh's The Shadow Lines/Shakuntala Bharvani. 12. City in the novels of Kamala Markandaya Anita Desai and Shashi Deshpande/Subhash Chandra. 13. Husband wife alienation in the novels of Nayantara Sahgal and Anita Desai/K. Meera Bai. 14. Method and narrative techniques in Kamala Markandaya's nectar in a sieve Anita Desai's Cry the peacock Nayantara Sahgal's A time to be happy and Ruth Jhabvala's Heat and Dust/K. Meera Bai. 15. Indian women short story writers in English a critical study/C.V. Venugopal and M.G. Hegde. 16. The image of man in Gloria Naylor's The women of Brewster Place and Shobha De's Socialite evenings/Subhash Chandra. 17. From Purdah to popular culture Anees Jung's unveiling India and Shobha De's socialite evenings/Bhargavi P. Rao. 18. Family and marriage in Shobha De's socialite evenings/Subhash Chandra. Index. Vol. II 1. The Indian Writer's problems/Anita Desai. 2. The alienated self in the novels of Anita Desai/R.S. Pathak. 3. Problems of self in the novels of Anita Desai/Shanta Acharya. 4. The use of fantasy in the novels of Anita Desai/Jasbir Jain. 5. Anita Desai and the wounded self/V.V.N. Rajendra Prasad. 6. Childhood in Anita Desai's novels a psychological interpretation/Usha Bande. 7. The theme of marital Disharmony in the novels of Anita Desai/P.F. Patil. 8. The theme of man woman relationship in the novels of Anita Desai/P. Bhatnagar. 9. An existential approach to Maladjustment of Marital relations in Anita Desai's novels/Uma Banerjee.10. The forgotten men a study of Anita Desai's male characters/Kamal N. Awasthi. 11. View of nature in Anita Desai's novels/Suresh C. Saxena. 12. Cities and gardens in the novels of Anita Desai/Jasbir Jain. 13. Anita Desai's technique/Syed Amanuddin. 14. Imagery as a mode of apprehension in Anita Desai's novel/Amina Amin. 15. Anita Desai Arun Joshi and Anasakti Yoga/Usha Bande. Index. Vol. III 1. Anita Desai and Virginia Woolf a comparative study/Asha Kanwar. 2. Anita Desai and R.K. Narayan/Paul Sharrad. 3. The poly timbered voice women in cry The peacock/Prabhat Kumar Pandeya. 4. Rhythm in cry The peacock/Kalpana S. Wandrekar. 5. The generic structure of cry The peacock/Thakur Guruprasad. 6. The individual and the search for self identity in cry The peacock/Bipin B. Panigrahi and Viney Kirpal. 7. The lonely voyage feminine psyche in cry The peacock/Prabhat Kumar Pandeya. 8. Artists in voices in the city/Ramesh K. Srivastava. 9. Amla Dharma love an enigma in voices in the city/Usha Bande. 10. Heroism and pathos in voices in the city a thematic analysis/S.K. Tikoo. 11. The beat hero in voices in the city/Subhash Chandra. 12. The voice in voices in the city/P. Bhatnagar. 13. Voices in the city a study of Monisha's plight/Indira Bhatt. 14. The ailing aliens bye bye blackbird a symptomatic study in schizophrenia/Kalpana S. Wandrekar. 15. Where shall we go this summer. Anita Desai's stance against negativism/T.S. Anand. 16. Where shall we go th. Bookseller Inventory # 53364

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