Contemporary Indian Poetry in English exhibits much depth, richness and diversity of themes. India being the richest soil of multiculturalism, we find innumerable cultural topics and themes, besides universal issues, in this poetry. Urban and rural themes, Nature and environmental problems, sexism, ageism, child labour, poverty, unemployment, ethics, devaluation, myths, ethos, feminism, casteism, communalism, superstitions, patriotism, nationalism, regionalism, terrorism, religion, spirituality, politics, science, globalization, love, peace, sex, multiculturalism etc. are the major themes portrayed in the poems of Indian poets in English. In this book edited by Prof. K. V. Dominic there are twenty eight critical and research articles written by university/college professors, research scholars and professional writers on twenty five contemporary poets, of whom four have left us forever, immortalizing their names.
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Dr. K. V. Dominic (b. 1956), English poet, critic, editor and short-story writer, is a retired professor of the PG & Research Department of English, Newman College, Thodupuzha, Kerala, India. He has already authored and published many books, innumerable poems, critical essays, reviews, interviews and short stories. He is the Secretary of Guild of Indian English Writers, Editors and Critics (GIEWEC), Chief Editor of the biannual, International Journal on Multicultural Literature (IJML) and editor of the Guilds biannual journal, Writers Editors Critics (WEC).
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Book Description Authorspress. Book Condition: New. pp. 310. Bookseller Inventory # 96212308
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