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Postcolonial Consciousness and Identity Crisis in Rushdie's Fiction: With reference to Midnight's Children and Grimus

Kamalakar Patil

ISBN 10: 3330329793 / ISBN 13: 9783330329799
Published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2017
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Postcolonial Consciousness and Identity ...

Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Publication Date: 2017

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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The book 'Postcolonial Consciousness and Identity Crisis in Rushdie’s Fiction' presents Rusdie’s significant contribution to Indian Writing. Salman Rushdie’s own identity is a case in this. His own identity as a post colonial writer has many shades. An Indian by birth but an English man by upbringing and citizenship, Salman Rushdie presents a case of diasporic identity. His contribution to Indian English Fiction gives full scope to meditate upon social scenario around which is woven most of his novels. The concepts of ‘Postcolonial Consciousness’ and ‘Identity crisis’ are issues that mark his major concerns. Rushdie’s two important novels as Grimus and Midnight’s Children reflect these issues prominently. Rushdie, with his regular publications continues to remain an important author whose writings about India compel the critics to assess him as an Indian English author though he is a British by his citizenship and even his upbringing. The book will consolidate the understanding of fresh researchers, academicians and literature students for further research and new outlook.

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Dr. Kamalakar Patil is an Asst Prof. at R. C. Patel ACS College, Shirpur, Dhule. He has published a number of significant publications on Indian writing in reputed Journals. Dr. Ashok Khairnar is a Principal at Adarsh College, Nijampur. He is President of NMUETA, former Chairman BoS in English, Dean Faculty of Arts and PhD Supervisor in NMU Jalgoan

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