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Arun Joshis dexterous fictional corpus has presented thought-provoking and serious themes such as existential crisis of modern man, futility and hollowness of civilized society, modern mans longing for primitive values and so on, working engagingly so much on a problem-salvation hypothesis. By virtue of his rich thematic design and a skilful tapestry of narrative techniques, Joshi produces a unique space for himself in the galaxy of Indian English novelists.
This book tries to bring out something sustainable and composite on three major thematic concerns of Arun Joshis fictional world which were not explored with all critical fairness by scholars and critics till date. It will serve the purpose of students, researchers, university teachers, and will certainly appeal to those interested in Indian English Literature.
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Dr. Arvind M. Nawale presently working as Head of the Department of English in Shivaji Mahavidyalaya, Udgir, Dist: Latur (Maharashtra). He has been teaching English language and literature since 1995. He has worked on various academic bodies and committees of his University including the Senate. He has participated and presented a number of research papers in many seminars and conferences. As a member of Board of Studies, Department of English, he has contributed to frame curriculum of UG and PG courses in English. He has completed one MRP under the financial assistance of University Grants Commission.
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Book Description Authorspress. Condition: New. pp. ix + 141. Seller Inventory # 44820139