New Bearings in English Studies: A Festschrift for C.T. Indra

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This is a set of invited papers to honour Dr C T Indra who has done commendable work in at least five areas of English studies: ?Critical Theory ?Translation Theory and Practice ?Cultural Studies ?Postcolonial literatures ?India studies ?The volume consists of 20 papers covering all the areas mentioned above. ?Some of the contributors are: Bruce Bennett ( Wollongong), Paul Sharrad ( New South Wales), Inez Baranay (Brisbane), Radhakrishnan (California) Santosh Sareen (JNU, Delhi), Alladi Uma (Univ. of Hyderabad) Vanamala Viswanatha (Bangalore Univ.), Tutun Mukherjee (Univ. of Hyderabad) and others. Printed Pages: 272. Size: 15 Cms x 23 Cms. Bookseller Inventory #

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Book Description Orient Longman, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents 1. On poetry places and inspiration/Susan Bassnett. 2. Reading response and what theory demands/S. Viswanathan. 3. Prolixity and playfulness in the time of late postmodernism/Tutun Mukherjee. 4. Towards a post diasporic literary history/Paul Sharrad. 5. The English teacher in India rethinking the discipline in a globalised world/Mahasweta Sengupta. 6. Postcolonialism and the problem of translation/S. Shankar. 7. English/Kerala the question of the archive (on Vidyasamgraham The Cottayam College Quarterly Magazine July 1864 April 1866)/K. Narayana Chandran. 8. Imperialism's redeeming Idea efficiency in Locke's Second treatise and Conrad's heart of darkness/Nigel Leo Joseph. 9. Imperialism identity Lunacy and death in Rider Haggard's short story Long Odds/Michel Naumann. 10. India through Australian eyes 1850 1950/Bruce Bennett. 11. From Ned Kelly to Don Bradman India Australia and the incongruities of globalisation/Andrew Hassam. 12. The craft of making and breaking responses to tradition/s in A.D. Hope and Agha Shahid Ali/Santosh K. Sareen and Ipsita Sengupta. 13. Cosmopolitanism and the theory of transnationalism Canada and India in Vassanji's stories/Jameela Begum A. 14. Dramatic Pedagogy and pedagogic drama/Sudhakar Marathe. 15. Counterposing exotica and stereotype finding a new context for Sarojini Naidu/Anisur Rahman. 16. Clowning wisely the Rabelaisian way Bakhtinian Carnival in Midnight's children/P. Balaswamy. 17. Text(h)eorizing the region the story of Musalamma/M. Sridhar. 18. Genealogy of ownership social capital and colonial modernity in Fakir Mohan Senapati's Six Acres and a Third/Sachidananda Mohanty. 19. Caste Christianity Karukku/G.J.V. Prasad. 20. Why teach these texts/Alladi Uma. Note on contributors and editors. This festschrift for Professor C.T. Indra offers rich and varied fare. It begins naturally with a series of tributes to and reminiscences of Indra by several of her students colleagues and admirers and modulates into the scholarly world of literary and cultural criticism which Indra has been practising with such distinction for decades now. The tone of these essays ranges from the deeply felt and personal to the most irrepressibly postmodern. The subjects handled are as diverse as the sense of place and how poetry is inspired by it the question of reading and response and their relation to theory the playfulness of postmodernism post diasporic literary history the discipline of English and the English teacher in India globalization and cosmopolitanism transnationalism making and breaking traditions dramatic pedagogy translation the archive imperialism India and Australia India and Canada Bakhtinian discourse the region caste and so on. The authors constitute an international cast and are from India Britain France Australia the United States and Canada. This is truly a magnificent celebration of the scholar adventurer that C.T. Indra is. 244 pp. Seller Inventory # 69425

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