Indian Women'S Short Fiction

Rajeshwar Mittapalli

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Synopsis: Although Indian women's short fiction has always enjoyed equal importance and popularity as their novels, very little critical attention has been paid to it so far. Indian Women's Short Fiction seeks to fulfil this long felt need. It puts together fifteen perceptive and analytical articles by scholars across the world. The articles, which are focussed on native Indian writing as well as diasporic short fiction, deal with such interesting literary issues as construction of femininity, disablement and enablement, Bengali heritage, hybrid identities, nostalgia, representation of the Partition violence, tradition and modernity, and cultural perspectivism. It is hoped that the book will prove useful to scholars interested in short fiction studies in general and Indian women's short fiction in particular.

About the Author: Joel Kuortti is Adjunct Professor at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. He has published widely on Indian literature in English, especially on Salman Rushdie and women novelists. His books include The Salman Rushdie Bibliography (1997), Place of the Sacred (1997), Fictions to Live In (1998), Indian Women's Writing in English: A Bibliography (2002) and Tense Past, Tense Present (2003). His most recent research is on the diasporic writings of Indian women, postcolonial theory, and reconstruction of hybridity. Rajeshwar Mittapali is Associate Professor of English at Kakatiya University, Warangal. He has published a number of articles and books on Indian Writing in English, African Fiction and ELT. His books include The Novels of Wole Soyinka and Indian Women Novelists and Psychoanalysis. Besides these, he has edited twenty-two volumes of critical anthologies on a variety of literary subjects. He has also been the editor of The Atlantic Literary Review, published quarterly in New Delhi, since its inception.

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Book Description Atlantic, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Constructions of femininity in Cornelia Sorabji's Greater Love and Githa Hariharan's Revati/Ellen Dengel Janic. 2. Narratives of disablement and enablement Jayapraga Reddy's the unbending reed and on the Fringe of dreamtime and other stories/Betty Govinden. 3. South Asian diasporic women's short fiction the South African contribution/Samantha Naidu. 4. Colonial woes in postcolonial writing Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's arranged marriage/Husne Jahan. 5. The Old Rules Aren't Always Right an analysis of four short stories by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni/Felicity Hand. 6. Looking through the glass house diasporic women writers of Bengali heritage/Antonia Navarro Tejero. 7. The spectral art of storytelling disease displacement and death in Jhumpa Lahiri's interpreter of maladies/Puspa Damai. 8. Hybrid identities in Jhumpa Lahiri's interpreter of maladies/Rajeshwar Mittapalli. 9. The Nostalgic Note in their Flute a reading of Arundhati Roy and Jhumpa Lahiri/Nandini Sahu. 10. A paradigm shift in the representation of violence in partition short stories by women political irony in Shauna Singh Baldwin's Family Ties /Beerendra Pandey. 11. Tradition and modernity as played out in Anjana Appachana's Her Mother /Rebecca Sultana. 12. Cultural perspectivism in Bharati Mukherjee's short stories/Andrew Hammond. 13. A battle for the palate or a feast of fragrance Bulbul Sharma's The Anger of Aubergines Stories of Women and Food/Joel Kuortti. 14. A home of my own a feminist critique of Lakshmi Kannan's Going Home/Mala Pandurang. 15. Anita Desai's Diamond Dust and Other Stories a narrative analysis/Basavaraj Naikar and Joel Kuortti. Contributors. Although Indian women's short fiction has always enjoyed equal importance and popularity as their novels very little critical attention has been paid to it so far. Indian women's short fiction seeks to fulfill this long felt need. It puts together fifteen perceptive and analytical articles by scholars across the world. The articles which are focussed on native Indian writing as well as diasporic short fiction deal with such interesting literary issues as construction of femininity disablement and enablement Bengali heritage hybrid identities nostalgia representation of the partition violence tradition and modernity and cultural perspectives. This book will prove useful to scholars interested in short fiction studies in general and Indian women's short fiction in particular. 240 pp. Seller Inventory # 63577

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