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Singh Kanwar Dinesh

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

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About this Item: Sarup & Sons, New Delhi, India, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. The future of any nation depends upon the sound development of children. For construction of civilized cultural and happy society we have to educate and train our children properly because tomorrow they would take the nation towards prosperity. The present volume deals with the study of child development in the developing countries. 274 pp. Seller Inventory # 274554

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present book is a detailed exposition of the multiple dimensions of creativity in men and women vis-à-vis the difference of sexuality and gender as mirrored in their texts. This innovative and perceptive study confronts the essentialist biodeterministic standpoint that men and women are out and out different, dissimilar and divergent. By discussing the texts of the post-Independence men and women poets of India and drawing comparisons between them, it asserts that, despite certain biological differences, men and women are similar in many ways. By employing theoretical approaches based on psychoanalysis, linguistics, poetics, reader-responses and cultural and gender studies, the book expounds that gender or sexuality can make some difference to the aesthetic but it cannot solely determine the content. The social, cultural and political milieu of the day plays a crucial role in deciding the content and object of writing, besides conditioning the psyche and thought process of the author, more than gender or sexual difference does. This study provides new insights into the varied aspects of man-woman relationship, the nitty-gritty of different family relations, the milieu, human correlation with nature, and metaphysical questionings of life, death, God and human existence, besides analyzing the influence of gender and sexual difference on poetic craft, particularly on language, style and technique. It analyses the poems of over twelve major Indian men and women poets and compares them in terms of diverse themes, diction and idiom, and with particular focus on the workings of gender and sexual difference. The major poets discussed are Nissim Ezekiel, A.K. Ramanujan, Keki N. Daruwalla, Shiv K. Kumar and Jayanta Mahapatra among men and Monika Varma, Kamala Das, Gauri Deshpande, Sunita Jain, Suniti Namjoshi, Mamta Kalia and Eunice de Souza among women. Since these authors are prescribed in the English syllabi in the universities of India, this study will be extremely useful to the students and teachers. The general readers who are interested in Indian literature in English will find it interesting and informative. Printed Pages: 216. Seller Inventory # 21377

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present anthology of interpretative essays and research papers is a unique effort to approach the great nineteenth-century American poet Walt Whitman with new critical insights and viewpoints. The papers have been contributed by erudite scholars from different countries of the world. These contemporary points of view proffer new ways to understanding the poet whose simplicity is too enormously complex. The poet has been discussed for his poetics, politics, eroticism, philosophy, metaphysics, and many other important issues. As the poet Walt Whitman is prescribed in the syllabi of universities and colleges across the globe, the book will prove immensely useful to the students and teachers of English and researchers in the field of American literature and poetry. Printed Pages: 200. Seller Inventory # 23402

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present book is a detailed exposition of the multiple dimensions of creativity in men and women vis-Ã-vis the difference of sexuality and gender as mirrored in their texts. This innovative and perceptive study confronts the essentialist biodeterministic standpoint that men and women are out and out different, dissimilar and divergent. By discussing the texts of the post-Independence men and women poets of India and drawing comparisons between them, it asserts that, despite certain biological differences, men and women are similar in many ways. By employing theoretical approaches based on psychoanalysis, linguistics, poetics, reader-responses and cultural and gender studies, the book expounds that gender or sexuality can make some difference to the aesthetic but it cannot solely determine the content. The social, cultural and political milieu of the day plays a crucial role in deciding the content and object of writing, besides conditioning the psyche and thought process of the author, more than gender or sexual difference does. This study provides new insights into the varied aspects of man-woman relationship, the nitty-gritty of different family relations, the milieu, human correlation with nature, and metaphysical questionings of life, death, God and human existence, besides analyzing the influence of gender and sexual difference on poetic craft, particularly on language, style and technique. It analyses the poems of over twelve major Indian men and women poets and compares them in terms of diverse themes, diction and idiom, and with particular focus on the workings of gender and sexual difference. The major poets discussed are Nissim Ezekiel, A.K. Ramanujan, Keki N. Daruwalla, Shiv K. Kumar and Jayanta Mahapatra among men and Monika Varma, Kamala Das, Gauri Deshpande, Sunita Jain, Suniti Namjoshi, Mamta Kalia and Eunice de Souza among women. Since these authors are prescribed in the English syllabi in the universities of India, this study will be extremely useful to the students and teachers. The general readers who are interested in Indian literature in English will find it interesting and informative. Printed Pages: 216. Seller Inventory # 21377

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present anthology of interpretative essays and research papers is a unique effort to approach the great nineteenth-century American poet Walt Whitman with new critical insights and viewpoints. The papers have been contributed by erudite scholars from different countries of the world. These contemporary points of view proffer new ways to understanding the poet whose simplicity is too enormously complex. The poet has been discussed for his poetics, politics, eroticism, philosophy, metaphysics, and many other important issues. As the poet Walt Whitman is prescribed in the syllabi of universities and colleges across the globe, the book will prove immensely useful to the students and teachers of English and researchers in the field of American literature and poetry. Printed Pages: 200. Seller Inventory # 23402

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

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About this Item: Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book is an anthology of essays exploring diverse issues in Australian poetry through critical perceptions of scholars in India as well as overseas. Besides, discussing the artistic and aesthetic aspects of Australian verse, these essays reflect on issues of national identity and representation, nature, space, environment, globalization and multiculturalism in the context of Australia. Some of the essays also bring to fore the comparative perspective of Australia and India as emerging multicultural/multiethnic nations in today?s fast globalizing world. The papers/essays have been contributed by scholars like Natheneal O? Reilly, Jayne Fenton Keane, Peter Nicholson, Phillip A. Ellis, Pradip K. Patra, Tanushree Nayak, and editor of the anthology, Kanwar Dinesh Singh. Printed Pages: 168. Seller Inventory # 3397

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

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About this Item: Authors Press. Hardbound. Condition: As New. "Scintillations contains miniature poems in the haiku spirit, characterised by the vibrant visualisation and visive vigour of the poet. Within the economy of vox, the author produces vivid vignettes of the visually charming and variegated vistas of the natural world, and gives vent to his contemplations, feelings, and thoughts. Some of these mini poems are pithy and poignant epigrams, concerning diverse shades of love, philosophy, and human nature. The element of quest creates the predominant strain through these verelets. "Scintillations, with a meticulous pattern of images, conforms to the Zen form of poetry, and the subtitle -'The Junctures of Satori'-very precisely points to the sudden and momentary enlightenments, realisations, and revelations. Through an amalgamation of the infinite and the immediate, the transcendent and the immanent, the poet brings to fore the meaning of the veiled essentials behind outward appearances. The landscape and the various objects of nature have been used in a deep symbolic way so as to arrive at the covert realities. Of nature symbolism, Patricia Prime, a poetess from New Zealand, says, "Here nature is not genteel landscape; it is a mighty universe, driven by energy and passion. It symbolises the "uncertain", the "mysterious", the "unified whole", which is God's universea". "Gulzar, the noted film-director, lyricist and poet of India, has acclaimed the profundities of Singh's miniature poems by saying-'Shorter the poem longer it takes to sink. Yet, I have taken too long to sip the whole booka'. Amrita Pritam, the renowned 75 pp. Seller Inventory # 44714

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About this Item: Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. This book is an anthology of essays exploring diverse issues in Australian poetry through critical perceptions of scholars in India as well as overseas. Besides, discussing the artistic and aesthetic aspects of Australian verse, these essays reflect on issues of national identity and representation, nature, space, environment, globalization and multiculturalism in the context of Australia. Some of the essays also bring to fore the comparative perspective of Australia and India as emerging multicultural/multiethnic nations in todayâs fast globalizing world. The papers/essays have been contributed by scholars like Natheneal Oâ Reilly, Jayne Fenton Keane, Peter Nicholson, Phillip A. Ellis, Pradip K. Patra, Tanushree Nayak, and editor of the anthology, Kanwar Dinesh Singh. Printed Pages: 168. Seller Inventory # 3397

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

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About this Item: Authors Press. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Introduction. 1. Where the earth hugs the sky. 2. In a kind of communion averse. 3. I want you bare. 4. She has more secrets to reveal. 5.Along the backbone of earth. 6. A rope of sand. 7. Rainbows, moonbows and fog. 8. The apparition of love. 9. Out of this-worldly intercourse. 10. In the face of everyman. "Kanwar Dinesh Singh, with his simple, straight- from-heart and easy-to-read poetry, has emerged as an important signature in the modern Indian poetry in English. His verses are characterised by the cadence which stirs any understanding heart with their warmth and immediacy of appeal. These deceptively simple poems contain deeper symbolic patterns, which are evocative of the various paradoxes, ironies and complexities of human existence. The apparently plain descriptions carry many-layered meaning, which make a delightful reading of these poems."Patricia Prime puts it aptly: "Olson's axiom-"Simplicity is not simple"- holds true for Singh's versea.His is the art that conceals art: rarely a word out of plane, little exposition, less decoration, yet complexaaThe poems are intense, romantic, erotic and conventional-sometimes all at the same timea.Singh is eclectic about his allegiance, free from the intermittent debates of earlier generations about a right and proper style for poetry. At the same time, he shares a poetic rhetoric that is open and hard-edged." "What is most significant about Singh's creative sensibility is the freshness of his vision, his binary vision-that of envisioning modernity slang with revisioning the tradition. His sense of rootedness in 125 pp. Seller Inventory # 44094

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Poems 1. On a summer noon. 2. The noontime sun. 3. Noon. 4. The chain of being. 5. Man. 6. A mini poem. 7. Shadows. 8. Asides 1. 9. Asides 2. 10. Asides 3. 11. Asides 4. 12. Blind fortune. 13. Spread vast I. 14. The Other side of my portrait. 15. Tough times. 16. Who to blame. 17. Naught to naught. 18. The Sky's going to fall. 19. A dream of death. 20. On the death of Sun. 21. Whither to man. 22. Fax to Kalki. 23. After nineteen forty seven. 24. Scene in a local bus. 25. Interest. 26. Anxiety. 27. Visions. 28. Pacific Ocean. 29. To a watch. 30. Myopia. 31. Cedars. 32. They and I. 33. On my friends. 34. Freedom. 35. Up in arms. 36. The colours of colours. 37. When you're before me. 38. Proximate to you. 39. How can I forget you My love. 40. The face of yours. 41. Poets. 42. Together a poem. Ghazals Ghazal 1 25. Hymns Hymns 1 5. In critics view. 100 pp. Seller Inventory # 72162

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

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ISBN 10: 8190681605 ISBN 13: 9788190681605

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About this Item: Hyphen Pub, Shimla, 2008. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. 82 pp. Seller Inventory # 72403

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

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About this Item: Sarup. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Contemporary Indian English poetry: signatures from Himachal Pradesh. 2. Polysemy and Mosaic vision in A.K. Ramanujan's poem The Striders. 3. The vocables of science in poetic discourse: a study of A.K. Ramanujan's diction/O.P. Bhatnagar. 4. A poet of caustic realism and Oneiric vision. 5. Manohar Bandopadhyay's Mouthful of Metaphors: a critique. 6. The minimalist verse: experiments by some Indian English poets. 7. The poetry of Kanwar Dinesh Singh: an appraisal by Purnima Ray. Index. New Explorations in Indian English Poetry contains essays/papers on some new and yet unexplored aspects of Indian English poetry in the post Independence era which is a period of experimentation innovation in terms of linguistic expression as well as form and style. Both established and new poets have been included for discussion. Two of the papers in this book are on the poetry of A.K. Ramanujan in which the author gives a new insight into Ramanujan's vision imagery and diction. This collection also contains papers on some lesser known poets like O.P. Bhatnagar and Manohar Bandopadhyay. There is an essay bearing accent on some of the prominent signatures in Indian English poetry from the province of Himachal Pradesh. And there is a paper on an entirely new genre of the minimalist verse as practiced by some of the Indian poets. 156 pp. Seller Inventory # 50529

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8176254606 ISBN 13: 9788176254601

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Feminism/postfeminism an introduction. 2. Indian women a socioliterary background. 3. Modern Indian women poets the feminist phase. 4. Indian women poets in the new millennium the postfeminist phase. Conclusions. Bibliography. Index. Feminism and postfeminism the context of Modern Indian Women Poets Writing in English is a research based study of Indian women poets of the post independence era. These modern poetesses are significant for voicing their minds with great courage and boldness. The focus of the study goes on their feminist leanings and reactions. The author's analysis tells that women poets from 1965 with the first poetry publication of Kamala Das to 2000 show a bold feminist voicing. The dominant theme with the majority poetesses of this span is man woman relationship especially in terms of their quest for gender role identity and space in the patriarchal set up of society. The poetesses have therefore been scanned mainly for their portrayal/representation of men their feminine/female sensibilities and urges and their quests for identity space recognition and respect. After 2000 with the advent of the new century and the new millennium one can notice a remarkable change in the preoccupations of the new Indian women poets. The new poetesses show a detour from the conflict of gender. Unlike their predecessors these budding poetesses are aloof from the polemics of sexes. They rather appear to be looking into man woman relationship with newer insights to perpetuate mutual understanding and harmony between the sexes through acceptance and appreciation of differences and individualities. And thus herald the post phase of feminism with do have the promise of an egalitarian future. 165 pp. Seller Inventory # 52658

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Edited by Kanwar Dinesh Singh

Published by Radha Pub (2011)

ISBN 10: 8174877487 ISBN 13: 9788174877482

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About this Item: Radha Pub, 2011. Contents 1 Language and style in Manju Kapur?s difficult daughtersManju Roy 2 Subaltern Subjectivity and Resistance in Aravind Adiga?s The White TigerAnita Myles 3 Monika Varma?s Metaphysical Self in across the vast spacesSatinder Kumar Verma and Surinder Kumar Verma 4 Quest for Love in the Poetry of Kanwar Dinesh SinghSushil Kimar 5 Religious Motifis in the Poetry of Kamala DasPurnendu Chatterjee 6 Man as a Victim of alienation and loss of identity A Critical Assessment of Chaman Nahal?s The WombS John Peter Joseph 7 The Novelist as a Social Chronicler A Critical analysis of Kiran Desai?s The Inheritance of LossS John Peter Joseph 8 The Female Gaze Re Presentation of the Male in Modern Indian Women?s PoetryKanwar Dinesh Singh 9 Cultural conflict and acculturation in Raja Rao?s The Serpent and the RopePurnima Gupta 10 The Picture of Corrupt India in Arun Joshi?s The ApprenticeArvind M NawaleThe present book is an anthology of essays exploring different aspects of Indian Writing in English The writers discussed in these essays include Raja Rao Monika Varma Kamala Das Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and Chaman Nahal from a comparatively older generation and Mamta Kallia Eunice de Souza Manju Kapur Imtiaz Dharker Kanwar Dinesh Singh Milanie Silgardo and Aravind Adiga from the new generation of poets and novelistsSince several of these writers have been included in the curricula of various colleges and universities it is hoped that this book will be of great help to the researchers students teachers and readers of Indian Writing in English 126 pp. Seller Inventory # 99199

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

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About this Item: Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The present book is a collection of essays/papers that provide critical insights into the significant developments Indian English writing has made in the recent years. Besides, this book includes exclusive interviews with some of the finest contemporary Indian English poets and with critics on the current scenario of the Indian writing in English. The comments of critics Christopher Rollason and Ludmila Volna on the contemporary Indian English writing are remarkable. The poets in conversation include A.N. Dwivedi, Rabindra K. Swain, P. Raja, R. K. Singh, Kanwar Dinesh singh, Smita Agarwal, Kamla Kapur and Mamang Dai. The essays/papers are focused on some of the prominent Indian English fiction writers viz. Kamla Markandaya, Amitav Ghosh, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, Arundhati Roy, shobha De and Jhumpa Lahiri; playwright Girish Karnad; and poets viz. shiv K. Kumar and Ruskin Bond. Since most of the aforementioned writers have now been incorporated in the syllabi of English literature in several of Indian universities, the present book is extremely useful for both students and teachers of English and researchers in the field of Indian English literature. Printed Pages: 226. Seller Inventory # 3564

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. 1. Man woman relationship. 2. The cords of family relations. 3. Responses to the milieu. 4. Correlation with nature. 5. Metaphysical musings. 6. Style and technique. Postscript. Bibliography. The present book is a detailed exposition of the multiple dimensions of creativity in men and women vis a vis the difference of sexuality and gender as mirrored in their texts. This innovative and perceptive study confronts the essentialist biodeterministic standpoint that men and women are out and out different dissimilar and divergent. By discussing the texts of the post independence men and women poets of India and drawing comparisons between them it asserts that despite certain biological differences men and women are similar in many ways. By employing theoretical approaches based on psychoanalysis linguistics poetics reader responses and cultural and gender studies the book expounds that gender or sexuality can make some difference to the aesthetic but it cannot solely determine the content. The social cultural and political milieu of the day plays a more crucial role in deciding the content and object of writing besides conditioning the psyche and thought process of the author than gender or sexual difference does. This study provides new insights into the varied aspects of man woman relationship the nitty gritty of different family relations the milieu human correlation with nature and metaphysical questionings of life death God and human existence besides analysing the influence of gender and sexual difference on poetic craft particularly on language style and technique. It analyses the poems of over twelve major Indian men and women poets and compares them in terms of diverse themes diction and idiom and with particular focus on the workings of gender and sexual difference. The major poets discussed are Nissim Ezekiel A.K. Ramanujan Keki N. Daruwalla Shiv K. Kumar and Jayanta Mahapatra among men and Monika Varma Kamala Das Gauri Deshpande Sunita Jain Suniti Namjoshi Mamta Kalia and Eunice de Souza among women. This study will be extremely useful to the students and teachers. The general readers who are interested in Indian literature in English will find it interesting and informative. 208 pp. Seller Inventory # 68676

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

Published by Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd. (2010)

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About this Item: Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. The present book is a collection of essays/papers that provide critical insights into the significant developments Indian English writing has made in the recent years. Besides, this book includes exclusive interviews with some of the finest contemporary Indian English poets and with critics on the current scenario of the Indian writing in English. The comments of critics Christopher Rollason and Ludmila Volna on the contemporary Indian English writing are remarkable. The poets in conversation include A.N. Dwivedi, Rabindra K. Swain, P. Raja, R. K. Singh, Kanwar Dinesh singh, Smita Agarwal, Kamla Kapur and Mamang Dai. The essays/papers are focused on some of the prominent Indian English fiction writers viz. Kamla Markandaya, Amitav Ghosh, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, Arundhati Roy, shobha De and Jhumpa Lahiri; playwright Girish Karnad; and poets viz. shiv K. Kumar and Ruskin Bond. Since most of the aforementioned writers have now been incorporated in the syllabi of English literature in several of Indian universities, the present book is extremely useful for both students and teachers of English and researchers in the field of Indian English literature. Printed Pages: 226. Seller Inventory # 3564

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About this Item: Condition: Brand New. Brand New Paperback International Edition, Perfect Condition. Printed in English. Excellent Quality, Service and customer satisfaction guaranteed!. Seller Inventory # AIND-106370

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd (2008)

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present book is a detailed exposition of the multiple dimensions of creativity in men and women vis-Ã-vis the difference of sexuality and gender as mirrored in their texts. This innovative and perceptive study confronts the essentialist biodeterministic standpoint that men and women are out and out different, dissimilar and divergent. By discussing the texts of the post-Independence men and women poets of India and drawing comparisons between them, it asserts that, despite certain biological differences, men and women are similar in many ways. By employing theoretical approaches based on psychoanalysis, linguistics, poetics, reader-responses and cultural and gender studies, the book expounds that gender or sexuality can make some difference to the aesthetic but it cannot solely determine the content. The social, cultural and political milieu of the day plays a crucial role in deciding the content and object of writing, besides conditioning the psyche and thought process of the author, more than gender or sexual difference does. This study provides new insights into the varied aspects of man-woman relationship, the nitty-gritty of different family relations, the milieu, human correlation with nature, and metaphysical questionings of life, death, God and human existence, besides analyzing the influence of gender and sexual difference on poetic craft, particularly on language, style and technique. It analyses the poems of over twelve major Indian men and women poets and compares them in terms of diverse themes, diction and idiom, and with particular focus on the workings of gender and sexual difference. The major poets discussed are Nissim Ezekiel, A.K. Ramanujan, Keki N. Daruwalla, Shiv K. Kumar and Jayanta Mahapatra among men and Monika Varma, Kamala Das, Gauri Deshpande, Sunita Jain, Suniti Namjoshi, Mamta Kalia and Eunice de Souza among women. Since these authors are prescribed in the English syllabi in the universities of India, this study will be extremely useful to the students and teachers. The general readers who are interested in Indian literature in English will find it interesting and informative. Printed Pages: 216. Seller Inventory # 21377

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. The present anthology of interpretative essays and research papers is a unique effort to approach the great nineteenth-century American poet Walt Whitman with new critical insights and viewpoints. The papers have been contributed by erudite scholars from different countries of the world. These contemporary points of view proffer new ways to understanding the poet whose simplicity is too enormously complex. The poet has been discussed for his poetics, politics, eroticism, philosophy, metaphysics, and many other important issues. As the poet Walt Whitman is prescribed in the syllabi of universities and colleges across the globe, the book will prove immensely useful to the students and teachers of English and researchers in the field of American literature and poetry. Printed Pages: 200. Seller Inventory # 23402

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Kanwar Dinesh Singh

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