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Basavaraj Naikar (ed.)

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ISBN 10: 8126903791 ISBN 13: 9788126903795

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. The anthology contains perceptive articles on the three major forms of Indian English Literature: poetry, fiction and drama. As usual fiction enjoys a lion?s share. The writers discussed in this anthology include poets like Sri Aurobindo, Sarojini Naidu, A.K. Ramanujan, Nissim Ezekiel; novelists like R.K. Narayan, Mulk Raj Anand, Raja Rao, Kamala Markandaya, Shantha Rama Rau, Nayantara Sahgal, Arun Joshi, Anita Desai, Shobha De, Arundhati Roy, Amit Chaudhuri; short story writers like Subhadra Sen, Kamala Das, Jhumpa Lahiri and dramatists like Rabindranath Tagore and Mahesh Dattani. The contributors to this Volume include Radhakanta Mishra, U.S. Rukhaiyar, K. Balachandran, M. Thirumeni, Bhagabat Nayak, S. John Peter Joseph, Jibesh Bhattacharyya, S.N. Vikram Raj Urs, T.K. Ravindran, G.A. Ghanshyam, Nishat Zaidi, Sadhana Agrawal, Madhu Joshi, Alka Singh, Indu Kulkarni, K.T. Sunitha, Anita Parihar, Basavaraj Naikar and Amar Nath Prasad. Printed Pages: 224. Seller Inventory # 22174

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Rangrao Bhongle

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ISBN 10: 8126902752 ISBN 13: 9788126902750

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About this Item: Atlantic, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Introduction. 1. The concept of native response: a discourse/S. Kandaswami. 2. One country and two colonial fictional discourses: a Fanonian study/Anand Patil. 3. The language of nativism: the inherent hazards of narrating the nation/Kirtee Agrawal. 4. Rani Dharker's The Virgin Syndrome: challenging the Karpu, escaping the Chakravyuh/Mala Pandurang. 5. Shashi Deshpande's Roots and Shadows as modern Indian woman' s dilemma/K. Suneetha Rani. 6. Native melody in Amit Chaudhuri's Freedom Song/Indu Kulkarni. 7. New Indian English novel and its new criteria/ Avadhesh Kumar Singh. 8. Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things: a native response/Usha Mahadevan. 9. The contemporary Indian English novel: a minority report/R.S. Kimbahune. 10. Arundhati Roy: an inside view/Lakshmi Padmanabhan. 11. The family trap: a native response to three Indian English novels/Shakuntala Bharwani. 12. The evils of cosmopolitanism: a native approach to Amitav Ghosh's The Shadow Lines/Rangrao Bhongle. 13. The dialectic of the inside/the outside in Rama Mehta's Inside the Haveli/ Rakesh N. Desai. 14. Narrating Indian history in fiction from an indigenous perspective: Shashi Tharoor's The Great Indian Novel/Meenakshi Sharma. "The present volume includes critical and insightful essays on ' Native Responses' to contemporary Indian English novel. Nativism as an ideology cannot be accepted in toto in the Indian context, as there are several paradoxical and self-contradictory factors operating within the Indian social structure. The nativist approach to Indian English 158 pp. Seller Inventory # 48866

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Basavaraj Naikar

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ISBN 10: 8126903791 ISBN 13: 9788126903795

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. A contrastive study of the poetry of aurobindonians and anti aurobindonians/Radhakanta Mishra. 2. Feeling and form an analytical study of two Indian English poems/U.S. Rukhaiyar. 3. The question of nationalism in A.K. Ramanujan's poetry/K. Balachandran. 4. Myths of Malgudi/M. Thirumeni. 5. R.K. Narayan's My Days an Indian autobiography/Bhagabat Nayak. 6. Tradition and modernity in Kamala Markandaya's Nectar in a Sieve/S. John Peter Joseph. 7. The novelist as historian a study of Kamala Markandaya's some inner Fury and possession/S. John Peter Joseph. 8. Coexistence of spiritualism and scientific rationalism in Kamala Markandaya's a silence of desire/S. John Peter Joseph. 9. The Indianness of Santha Rama Rau/Jibesh Bhattacharyya. 10. Orientalist leanings in the fiction of Arun Joshi/S.N. Vikram Raj Urs and T.K. Ravindran. 11. Arun Joshi's The Strange Case of Billy Biswas the metamorphosis of a larva into butterfly/G.A. Ghanshyam. 12. Storm in Chandigarh a search for values in the post colonial India/Nishat Zaidi. 13. Monisha's plight in voices in the city/Sadhana Agrawal. 14. Who's afraid of Shobha De/Madhu Joshi. 15. Strategies of voicing the devoiced a feminist reading of The God of Small Things/Nishat Zaidi. 16. Arundhati Roy woman as a writer with particular reference to The God of Small Things/Alka Singh. 17. Native melody in Amit Chaudhuri's freedom song/Indu Kulkarni. 18. Position of women in the short stories of Subhadra Sen and Kamala Das/K.T. Sunitha. 19. Emotional Trauma in two stories of Jhumpa Lahiri/Anita Parihar. 20. The conflict between bondage and liberation in Muktadhara/Basavaraj Naikar. 21. The plays of Mahesh Dattani a fine fusion of feeling and form/Amar Nath Prasad. 215 pp. Seller Inventory # 52355

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Shubha Tiwari

Published by Atlantic, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8126905832 ISBN 13: 9788126905836

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Childhood experience in Rishi/Basavaraj Naikar. 2. Adolescence in Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous conditions/Mary Conde. 3. From infancy to adulthood Gandhi's missed childhood/Shubha Tiwari. 4. Revisiting childhood in Swami and friends/B. Parvathi. 5. Adolescent sensibility in Mahasweta Devi's short fictional narrative Bayen/Madhu Singh. 6. Depiction of childhood in the autobiographies of India women writers/Alka Saxena. 7. The girl child in Indian novels in English/Sharada Iyer. 8. The theme of pre adolescence in modern English fiction a bird's view/Purnima Mehta. 9. The Panchatantra and Aesop's Fables in the reader's mind/Sadhana Agrawal. 10. An analysis of the relationship between children and adults in three Indian English novels/Marina Goglio.11. Harry Potter and the magic of growing up through fiction/Esterino Adami. 12. Bunty and the Loss of Garden/Shubha Dwivedi. 13. Vision of childhood in the poetry of Robert Frost/Awadhesh K. Mishra. 14. Children and associated problems/Neha Nigam. 15. A comparison of the childhood of Mahatma Gandhi and Adolf Hitler/Kiran Shukla. Publishing of books is a mark of growth of a particular society. The types and topics of books are a sure indicator of development of sensitivity in a given society. Books that sell ought to be brought out but books that express offstage concerns should also be given place. The present venture takes into consideration the twofold subject of children's literature and children in literature. It is of interest to those who wish to explore the recesses from where the adult behaviour emanates. It presents many less verbalized realities of childhood its beauty joy as well as challenges. Many papers bring out thinking of a society that shapes children and their world. Some papers take into stock the popular trends in children's literature. Overall the book Children and Literature is a tribute to the truly inspiring phenomenon of childhood. 152 pp. Seller Inventory # 60691

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M R Verma and K A Agrawal

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About this Item: Atlantic. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Indian English novel since 1980/Mukesh Ranjan Verma. 2. Fasting, Feasting : an attempt at fusion of continuity and experiment/J.P. Tripathi. 3. Discordia-Concordia : some forays in Indian novel in English/K.K. Khurana. 4. The roots of girlhood casting shadows on womanhood : Shashi Deshpande's Roots and Shadows/Pallavi and Rashmi Gaur. 5. India : fictional profile/S.K. Sharma. 6. Fictional technique and Arun Joshi/Ashok Kumar Bachchan. 7. Indian novel written in English : a synoptic view in deconstruction/Ram Kumar Chauhan. 8. Craftsmanship of Bhabani Bhattacharya/Balram S. Sorot. 9. Realism in the novels of Kamala Markandaya/Ambuj Kr. Sharma. 10. Sri Aurobindo : the poet of love/H.P. Shukla. 11. Poetry of protest and Indian women poets/Pashupati Jha and T. Ravichandran. 12. Decolonising English : a study of the poetry of Ezekiel and Parthasarthy/A.N. Dwivedi. 13. Socio-political consciousness in the plays of Asif Currimbhoy/K.A. Agrawal. 14. Myth as symbol : an interpretation of Girish Karnad's The Fire and the Rain/O.P. Budholia. 15. Acceptibility of American English in India/Amar Nath Jha. 16. De- colonizing English studies in India : some observations/Ravi Nandan Sinha. 17. Anita Desai's fiction : portrayal of feminine sensibility/S.D. Sharma. 18. The treatment of modern women in Indian English novel and Manju Kapur' s Difficult Daughters/Surendra Narayan Jha. "The book presents a collection of research papers on Indian English literature that are wide ranging in nature, dealing with fiction, poetry, drama and critical trends. 228 pp. Seller Inventory # 43729

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M R Verma and A K Sharma

Published by Atlantic, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8126904100 ISBN 13: 9788126904105

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. V.S. Naipaul's A Bend in the River a Critical Study/Ashok Kumar Bachchan. 2. The element of human compassion in the novels of Kamala Markandaya/Sarita Verma. 3. Vikram Seth An Equal Music/P.S. Sanyal. 4. A social semiotic study of Shobha De's narratives/Pratibha Gupta. 5. An analysis of Anita Desai's Maya as A Pure Woman/Anita Parihar. 6. A bend in the Ganges and Gandhi's Philosophy of Non violence/Ambuj Kumar Sharma. 7. Feminist perspectives in Shashi Deshpande's That Long Silence/L.M. Joshi. 8. Socio political concerns in Bhabani Bhattacharya's So Many Hungers/Manjusha Kaushik. 9. Readability of difficult daughters/Manju Roy. 10. Manoj Das's Cyclones An Authentic Indian Novel/H.P. Shukla. 11. R.K. Narayan's The Guide A Study in Feminist Perspective/Akhileshwar Thakur. 12. A postmodern reading of Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things/Yogesh Kumar Sinha. 13. Raja Rao's Comrade Kirillov a Critical Appraisal/Kavita Agrawal. 14. Influence of the Bhagavadgita in Arun Joshi's the foreigner/Siddartha Sharma. 15. The problem of inter racial marriage in Timeri Murari's The Marriage/Hemalata Sing. 16. The fictional world of Ruskin bond/Meenu S. Sodhi. 17. Antithetical patterns in Upamanyu Chatterjee's English August/Mukesh Ranjan Verma. The book presents a collection of papers that are wide ranging not only in the choice of authors two of the Big Trio. R.K. Narayan and Raja Rao on the one hand the recent ones like Upamanyu Chatterjee and Manju Kapur on the other but also in the different angles from which these novelists have been discussed. It includes a much talked about author like Arundhati Roy as well as a remarkable but less discussed writer like Ruskin Bond. It consists of feminist study as well as semiotic study and postmodern reading. 186 pp. Seller Inventory # 54048

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K A Agrawal

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ISBN 10: 812690285X ISBN 13: 9788126902859

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About this Item: Atlantic, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. I. Indian English poetry: 1. Mind and art of Toru Dutt/ K.A. Agrawal. 2. Religious co-existence: a study in the light of Sri Aurobindo/N. Sharma. 3. Sri Aurobindo's poetry: message of a visionary/ Rashmi Gaur. 4. Vedantic thoughts in the poetry of Krishna Srinivas/S.C. Dwivedi. 5. To the divine beloved visionary/Shubha Tiwari. 6. Perspectives on Kamala Das's poetry: confessionalism and scientific positivism/S.D. Sharma. 7. The last fifty years of Indian poetry in English: an appraisal/ A.N. Dwivedi. II. Indian English fiction: 8. Humanistic trends in contemporary Indo-English fiction/J.P. Tripathi. 9. Salt and sawdust: Narayan's 'Table Talk'/M.R. Verma. 10. Tradition and contemporaneity in the novels of Raja Rao/Kavita Agrawal. 11. The concept of humanistic values in the novels of Arun Joshi/Rashmi Gaur and Shivani Vatsa. 12. Journey beyond death: a symbolic view of Sri Aurobindo's Savitri/O.P. Budholia. 13. Khushwant Singh: the painter of Panjabi consciousness/Ambuj Kumar Sharma. 14. Search for human values: a study in the partition novels/Lalji Mishra. 15. Psychic dissociation of the sequestered self: protagonists' dilemma in Anita Desai's early fiction/Balram S. Sorot. 16. Concept of violence: a critique of Kamala Markandaya's novels/Alka Rani Purwar. 17. Depiction of women in the novels of Bhabani Bhattacharya and Shobha De: a contrastive study/Neelam Singh and Rashmi G. 18. "To be or not to be:" the question of professional women in Shashi Deshpande's The Dark Holds No Terrors, Roots and Shadows and Small Remedies/Shubha Dwivedi. 256 pp. Seller Inventory # 48734

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K A Agrawal

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ISBN 10: 8181520610 ISBN 13: 9788181520616

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About this Item: Book Enclave. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Cultural sensibility in the poetry of Toru Dutt/K.A. Agrawal. 2. Dr. R.R. Menon's Sounds of Silence: a critical appraisal/A.N. Dwivedi. 3. Contemporary Indo-English fiction: a study in religious sensibility/J.P. Tripathi. 4. Post-colonialism and textuality: a critique of Indian English fiction/O.P. Budholia. 5. Arun Joshi's The Survivor: a critical appraisal/Mukesh Ranjan Verma. 6. Transition, transformation, transmigration: society in Indian novel in English/Balram S. Sorot. 7. R.K. Narayan's Malgudi: a fictional yet real region/Alok Shukla. 8. Politics and the creative ethos: the novels of Nayan Tara Sahgal/Sushil Chandra Srivastava. 9. Quest for Jijivisha in Evam Indrajit/Suresh Chandra Dwivedi. 10. A critical estimate of Raja Rao's The Chessmaster and His Moves/Kavita Agrawal. 11. Jhabvala's perception of India/Ambuj Kumar Sharma. 12. The resurgence of women in R.K. Narayan's Guide/Rashmi Gaur and Pallavi. 13. Markandaya's Nectar in a Sieve and the Tragic Mode/Sushil Chandra Srivastava. 14. Indian English drama and contribution to it, Asif Currimbhoy/Sangeeta Agrawal. 15. A textual reading of Chaman Nahal's Azadi: a critique depicting historical realities/Shubha Tiwari. 16. The serpent and the rope: a critical study/Ritambhara Agnihotri. 17. Filial sensibility in Ann Bhalla's A Passing Shadow/Mudita Agnihotri. 18. Social relationships in Tagore's Short Stories/Anupma Garg. 19. The treatment of marital relationship in Anita Desai's Cry, the Peacock/Smita Sinha. 20. Portrayal of oppressed castes in Untouchable and He Who Rides a Tiger: a comparative study/Balvinder Ghotra. 21. Use of history in Girish Karnad's Tughlaq/Shalini Virmani. 22. Subaltern consciousness in The God of Small Things/Balvinder Ghotra. 23. Portrayal of social problems in Asif Currimbhoy's The Deledrummers/L.M. Joshi. Spectrum of Indian Writing in English presents a collection of twenty three research papers on Indian English literature that is wide ranging in nature, dealing with poetry, fiction, drama and critical trends. The book covers earlier writers, such as Toru Dutt, R.K. Narayan, Raja Rao as well as recent ones such as Nayantara Sahgal, R.R. Menon and Ann Bhalla. There are also some research papers on Contemporary Indian-English Fiction, Post-colonialism and Social transition in Indian English Fiction. 262 pp. Seller Inventory # 50049

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K. A. Agrawal & M. R. Verma (eds)

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ISBN 10: 8126901241 ISBN 13: 9788126901241

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book presents a collection of research papers on Indian English literature that are wide ranging in nature, dealing with fiction, poetry, drama and critical trends. They cover earlier writers, such as Sri Aurobindo and Bhabani Bhattacharya as well as recent ones such as Shashi Deshpande and Manju Kapoor. There is also a brief survey of Indian English novel since 1980. Areas such as decolonising English in India as well as the impact of American English on Indian English have also been included. Printed Pages: 238. Seller Inventory # 23675

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B. R. Agrawal,M. P. Sinha

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ISBN 10: 8126902949 ISBN 13: 9788126902941

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book presents a reasonably comprehensive account of the development of the Indian English novel since Independence. The novel during the colonial period has a different outlook and was more concerned with the problems of the Indian people suffering under the British Yoke. After Independence the Indian writers looked at the Indian scene from the postcolonial point of view. There were new hopes, no doubt, but the problems?social, economic, religious, political and familial?that were submerged in the flood of the national movement emerged and drew attention of the creative writers. The partition, the communal riots after partition, the problem of casteism, the subjugation of women, the poverty of the illiterate masses became the focal points. Mulk Raj Anand, Raja Rao, R.K. Narayan, Nayantara Sahgal and Kamala Markandaya in the beginning wrote novels of social realism in the fifties. But after the sixties, new trends emerged. Writers like Anita Desai, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, Bhabani Bhattacharya, G.V. Desani, Chaman Nahal, Manohar Malgonkar and B. Rajan portrayed the picture of the post-independence Indian Society. The stream of the early fifties now turned into a broad river with new currents and cross currents. The old traditional method of novel writing gave way to modern techniques. The Indian English novel took further strides in the eighties and the decades that followed it. Salman Rushdie can be said to be the leader of the new trend. Shashi Deshpande and Arundhati Roy followed suit. This book divided into six Chapters surveys and discusses the major trends in the post- independence Indian English novel. The major writers discussed apart from the trio, R.K. Narayan, Raja Rao and Mulk Raj Anand are Bhabani Bhattacharya, Nayantara Sahgal, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, Anita Desai, Arundhati Roy and Kamala Markandaya. This book will be of immense help to the students of Indian English fiction and the general reader. Printed Pages: 288. Seller Inventory # 22799

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K.A. Agrawal

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K.A. Agrawal

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O P Budholia

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About this Item: Adhyayan, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. The unheard voice an apology for Indian Literary Criticism in English/M.S. Kushwaha. 2. Dalit Aesthetic Theory/S.R. Jalote. 3. Ezekiel and Ramanujan the ironic mode of perception in their poetry/A.N. Dwivedi. 4. Icons of Meera in C.S. Singh's scripture on stone/Sonia Singh Kushwah. 5. Beyond Eros manifestations of Human Solidarity in Kamala Das's Poetry/Jayakrishnan Nair. 6. Earthy tones the poetry of K.N. Daruwalla/Ravi Nandan Sinha. 7. R.L. Khandelwal and A.N. Dwivedi as poets of protest/Anju Mishra. 8. Alienation and belongingness in the poetry of Nissim Ezekiel and A.K. Ramanujan a comparative study/Mandavi Awasthi. 9. The Matrix of Indianness and the poetry of Nissim Ezekiel/Nibir K. Ghosh. 10. Ruptures in history Charu Sheel Singh's Scripture on Stone/Krishna Mohan Pandey. 11. Cultural Symbolism in Indian Poetry in English/Achal Sinha. 12. New Indian English Poetry/K.A. Agrawal. 13. Protest in Girish Karnad's Naga Mandala/Chandra Shekhar Rajhans. 14. Socio political consciousness in Asif Currimbhoy's play The Dissident M.L.A./Alka Bansal. 15. Synaesthetic imagery in Girish Karnad's Play Hayavadana/Ravi Kant Dwivedi. 16. The new woman in Girish Karnad's Naga Mandala/Swati Chandorkar. 17. Tradition and modernity in Ghasiram Kotwal/Abha Dahibhate. 18. Myth as aesthetic experience in Girish Karnad's Bali The Sacrifice/O.P. Budholia. Index. Indian English Literature unfolds some definitive trends and set in some new directions in the field of poetry drama and criticism. The attitudinal imitative mode of the nineteenth century has now taken the form of experimentation in both the linguistic innovativeness and the narrativisation of the structural properties. The rapid growth in Indian English poetry has relieved its writings of colonial effects both in manner and method. With the specificity of the linguistic improvisation and the confidentiality of expressive mode Indian English poetry comes at present to a stage wherein one can read and realize the extension of the national culture and its rituals. Contemporary Indian English poets have developed a model for self expressibility. At the instance of poetry and fiction the art of contemporary Indian English drama witnesses a slow growth. It is because of the reason that the creative writing of drama requires a specific talent/skill of theatricality. However the art of contemporary Indian English drama surpasses even the bounds of theatrical skills and the rigid principles of dramaturgy for working out the contemporary issues such as cultural initiation the psychological states of man and the concept of social change and at the same time their application to the humanitarian notes. The book includes the works of Nissim Ezekiel A.K. Ramanujan K.N. Daruwalla Kamal Das Shiv K. Kumar Charu Sheel Singh Arun Kolatkar A.N. Dwivedi R.L. Khandelwal and Ravi Nandan Sinha as poets and Asif Currimbhoy Vijay Tendulkar and Girish Karnad as dramatists. Apart from the works of these poets and dramatists this anthology also includes two scholarly papers on literary criticism and Dalit Aesthetics Theory. Since Indian English Literature has now become an alternative/compulsory subject at undergraduate and post graduate levels of studies along with the first choice for research work in various universities this book in the present format will be useful to both students and scholars alike. 212 pp. Seller Inventory # 67743

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K A Agrawal

Published by Book Enclave, Jaipur (2007)

ISBN 10: 8181521579 ISBN 13: 9788181521576

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About this Item: Book Enclave, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Raja Rao as a great Sadhak. 2. Environmental issues the Indian perspective. 3. Identity crisis in Bharati Mukherjee's wife. 4. John Masters Indian fiction a study. 5. Mulk Raj Anand apogee of social reform (a study of Untouchable and Coolie). 6. Psycho analytical study of the characters of Shashi Deshpande. 7. Women in contemporary Indian English fiction. 8. Treatment of culture in the novels of Bhabani Bhattacharya. 9. Quest beyond traditions A Study of The God of Small Things. 10. Images of women in Indian English fiction. 11. A critical study of post independence Indian short fiction in English as a social document. 12. Arun Joshi's The Foreigner from existential to Karmayog. 13. Kamala Markandaya's A Handful of Rice a critical appraisal. 14. A dream in Hawaii the East West clash. 15. Raja Rao's Kanthapura a critical appraisal. 16. Raja Rao's The Serpent and the Rope theme of love and divorce. 17. The fictional world of Ruskin Bond. 18. Existential humanism in Godan and Untouchability. 19. A critical evaluation of the novels of Shiv K. Kumar. Our contributors. Indian English Fiction presents a collection of essays and papers that are wide ranging not only in the choice of authors two of the Big Three Mulk Raj Anand and Raja Rao on the one hand and the recent ones like Bharti Mukherji and Arundhati Roy on the other hand. The book consists critical essays on environment issues and existential humanism in Indian English novels. It also consists of feminist study as well as semeiotic study postmodern reading. 296 pp. Seller Inventory # 62824

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Anju Bala Agrawal

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About this Item: Authorspress, Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. Post independence Indian writing in English/Z. Hasan. 2. Magic realism a powerful strategy of post independence Indian English fiction/Anju Bala Agrawal. 3. Indian English women short story writers an overview/Meenu Rani Dubey. 4. Feminism in post independence India contribution of women English writers/Hitaishi Singh. 5. Dialectics of culture as semiotic text an interpretation of Girish Karnad's Bali The Sacrifice/O.P. Budholia. 6. Remaking the myth and reconstructing the self an appraisal of Shashi Deshpande's Stone Women/Beena Agarwal. 7. The quest for identity reality and spirituality in the novels of Anita Desai/Usha Garg. 8. Treatment of women in the novels of Kamala Markandaya and Anita Desai a comparative study/Nirupama Sharma. 9. Gender construction and individual's identity in Mahesh Dattani's Dance Like A Man/Neeta. 10. The validity of Raja Rao's The Cat and Shakespeare vis a vis contemporary ethos/Medha Sachdev. 11. Girish Karnad's Naga Mandala a sociological study/Lucky Gupta. 12. A thematic study of the novels of Bhabani Bhattacharya/Kirti Jain. 13. Turning history into relevant drama contemporaneity in Girish Karnad's Historical Plays/Gunjan Chaturvedi. 14. Kamala Markandaya's The Coffer Dam a saga of Colossal loss of primitive life in the Whirlwind of modernisation/Rishi Pal Singh. 15. Straddling two cultures a study of biculturalism in Jhumpa Lahiri's The Namesake/Ranjana Mehrotra. 16. The female perspective in Shashi Deshpande's The Binding Vine/Anuradha Gaur. 17. East West conflict in the novels of Kamala Markandaya/Vibha Jain. 18. Gender discrimination in The God of Small Things/H.P. Singh. 19. The dynamics of socio economic inequality in Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss/A.K. Chaturvedi. 20. A kaleidoscopic journey through life in Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss/Sangeeta Das. 21. Images of escape and flight in Anita Desai's Voices in the City/Poonam Rani Gupta. 22. Kamala Das's Nauseous Repugnance against Male hypocrisy and supremacy/Charu Mehtrotra. 23. The Indian facet of Shashi Deshpande's Feminism/Barakha Bansal. 24. The problem of home and identity in V.S. Naipaul's Novels/Seema Srivastava and Poornima Anil. Bibliography. Index. Post Independence Indian Writing in English is a modest attempt to evaluate the Indian writing in English after Independence. It contains 24 research papers concerning the various aspects of Indian writing in English. It covers almost all the great writers of Post independence Indian writing such as Raja Rao Bhabani Bhattacharya V.S. Naipaul Kamala Markandaya Anita Desai Kamala Das Shashi Deshpande Girish Karnad Mahesh Dattani Arundhati Roy Kiran Desai Jhumpa Lahiri. The first article presents the history of post independence Indian writing in English in brief. The next three articles deal with the trends regarding Indian writing in English. A special attempt has been made to design the book to cater the needs of the readers and scholars wishing to be acquainted with the various aspects of post independence Indian writing in English. 222 pp. Seller Inventory # 72965

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Amar Nath Prasad and S K Paul

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Feminism a general introduction/S.K. Paul. 2. Feminism a core concept/R.S. Maurya. 3. Identity crisis a concept in Indian women novelists/Shantha Kumari. 4. Woman on top a study of feministic consciousness of modern Indian woman novelists/Anita Ghosh. 5. Psychological exploration of inner mind of Indian woman a feminist perspective/R.K. Mishra. 6. Creation and feminity an act of incompatibility/N. Sharada Iyer. 7. Woman as a writer re mapping identities/S. Prasanna Sree. 8. Feminism and the emerging woman in Anand's The Old Woman and the Cow/Kanupriya. 9. Implications and interpretations of R.K. Narayan's feministic journey (from Savitri to Rosie and Daisy)/S.A. Mujumdar. 10. Gender and identity in Shantha Rama Rau's novels/Basavaraj Naikar. 11. Gender consciousness in Kamala Markandaya's Nectar in a Sieve/Sasibala L. 12. Gender discrimination in Fasting Feasting/Amar Nath Prasad. 13. Anita Desai's response to feminism/Kulkarni Chandrashekhar Uddhavrao. 14. Monisha's plight in Voices in the City/Sadhana Agrawal. 15. Shashi Deshpande's A Matter of Time a search for identity and culture/Ruby Milhoutra. 16. Facets of feminism in Shobha De's Starry Nights/Sheela Rani Khare. 17. Gita Mehta's Raj a study of woman's struggle for her identity and existence/M.B. Gaijan.18. The conflict between the roots and wings in Manju Kapur's A Married Woman a critical perspective/Shalini R. Sinha. 19. Feminist approach to Manju Kapur's Difficult Daughters/Bhagabat Nayak. 20. Female consciousness in Mahasweta Devi's fiction Breast Giver/S.K. Paul. Index. Feminism in Indian Writing in English is a modest attempt to evaluate critically the various aspects of feminism in Indian writing in English in the light of both the occidental and oriental approaches of feminism. The opening of the book contains some general papers dealing with the various definitions trends psychological exploration identity crisis and movements concerning feminism and gender discrimination. The book also contains papers on a number of Indian writers in English e.g. Mulk Raj Anand R.K. Narayan Shantha Rama Rau Kamala Markandaya Anita Desai Shashi Deshpande Shobha De Gita Mehta Manju Kapur and Mahasweta Devi. The book it is hoped will surely get a warm reception by all those students teachers and research scholars who want to be fully acquainted with feminism and the champions of feminism in Indian writing in English. 246 pp. Seller Inventory # 61323

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Amar Nath Prasad and Nagendra Kumar Singh

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ISBN 10: 8176257087 ISBN 13: 9788176257084

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Indian novelists in English an introduction/Amar Nath Prasad. 2. Mulk Raj Anand's Untouchable a triumph of narrative skill/U.S. Rukhaiyar. 3. Fantastic realism in The Cat and Shakespeare/Thomas Augustine Mundamattom. 4. The language of R.K. Narayan a discourse analysis/Ejaz Alam. 5. Gandhian ideology and Bhabani Bhattacharya/Sudarshan Sharma. 6. Bhawani Bhattacharya s novels a sociological approach/Jitendra Prasad Singh Padma. 7. Dialectics of society and self in Ruth Prawer Jhabvala's A backward Place/Nagendra Kumar Singh. 8. Distant Drum triumph of duty/Dinesh Chandra Kumar. 9. Kamala Markandaya's The Golden Honeycomb a colonial history/S. John Peter Joseph. 10. Dialectics of society and self in Kamala Markandaya's Two Virgins/Nagendra Kumar Singh. 11. Indian novelists and Anita Desai a critical exploration/Anita Singh. 12. Indian woman sensibility in Shashi Deshpande's Intrusion and Other Stories/R.N. Upadhyay. 13. Facets of feminism in Shashi Deshpande's The Dark Holds No Terrors/Bhabani S. Baral. 14. Deception and dualities of Indu in Shashi Deshpande's Roots and Shadows /Shivani R. Upadhyay. 15. Shashi Deshpande's Small Remedies a de tour of widening horizons/Binod Mishra. 16. Shashi Deshpande's A Matter of Time a study/S. Prasanna Sree. 17. Humanistic concerns in Amitav Ghosh's The Glass Palace/N.K. Neb. 18. Style and technique in Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things/Sharad Rajimwale. 19. Indian English literature and crisis in value system a study of Difficult Daughters by Manju Kapur/B.R. Agrawal. 20. Recent Indian English novel and changing tradition/B.R. Agrawal. 21. In pursuit of excellence treatment of women in Indo Anglian literature/Ashok Kumar. Index. Indian Fiction in English Roots and Blossoms is a modest attempt to evaluate both roots and blossoms tradition and modernity of Indian Fiction in English. It contains more than twenty scholarly research papers concerning the various aspects of Indian fictions. It covers almost all the great novelists of Indian writing e.g. Mulk Raj Anand R.K. Narayan Raja Rao Bhabani Bhattacharya R.P. Jhabvala Manohar Malgonkar Kamala Markandaya Anita Desai Shashi Deshpande Amitav Ghosh Arundhati Roy and Manju Kapur. The last two scholarly papers deal with the general recent trends regarding Indian fiction in English. A special attempt has been made to give the shape of book in such a way that it may be able to cater to the needs of the readers and scholars wishing to be acquainted with the various aspects of Indian fictions and the novelists. 280 pp. Seller Inventory # 62942

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Jaydeep Sarangi

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ISBN 10: 8172733836 ISBN 13: 9788172733834

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About this Item: Authorspress, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Representations of Colonialism in Indian Fiction in English/Rajeshwar Mittapalli. 2. Europe and the new culture/Jose Carlos Redondo Olmedilla. 3. Postcolonialism theory issues and applications/Sudhir K. Arora. 4. Empowering the Third World Women the postcolonial perspective/Gajendra Kumar. 5. Going back to Ireland Irish Homes in Bernard Maclavery's Grace Notes and Vincent Woods's A Cry From Heaven/Elisa Armellino. 6. Benjamin's Ambivalence Towards the City and Sex reading Baudelaire in illuminations and reflections/Beerendra Pandey. 7. Grounding the text acts of translations and the representation of the Hindu World/Alessandro Monti. 8. Marginals education and postcolonial society/C. Kodhandaraman. 9. Every Poem Becomes Dangerous the aesthetics of resistance in contemporary Nigerian Poetry/Sule E. Egya. 10. The Spanism imagination exploring India a postcolonial study/Antonia Navarro Tejero. 11. Voice of minority in new literature Canada and India/M.B. Gaijan. 12. Neither on either side nor in between the Anglo Indian and Postcolonial Indian Fiction in English/V. Padma. 13. The politics of correctness India in translation/Malati Mathur. 14. English New Englishes Canadian English Whither English/D. Venkataramanan. 15. Tibetan Diasporic Poetry and the politics of neglect/Archana Sahni. 16. Basavaraj Naikar's Kannada translations a postcolonial reading/Mallikarjun Patil. 17. Value Education A Synonym to a Healthy Education System a postcolonial study/G.A. Ghanshyam and U.K. Shrivastava. 18. Nayantara Sahgal's lesser breeds a postcolonial text/Shivputra Shivaraj Kanade. 19. Postmodern traits Salman Rushdie's The Moor's Last Sigh/Anju Bala Agrawal. 20. Uttering reality Alexis Wright's Plains of Promise/Himadri Roy. 21. Perspectivising Indian Poetics in postcolonial context a study in application of Rasa Theory/Ujjwal Jana. 22. Replacing language in the post colonial space a study of Rama Mehta's Inside the Haveli and Anita Desai's Clear Light of Day and Fasting Feasting/Jaydeep Sarangi. 23. From the spiritual to the Material Hero the development of the Puritan Character/Ana M. Perez Cabello. A select bibliography. Index. Presentations of Postcolonialism New Orientations is a collection of essays which sets out to open the possible limits of the postcolonialism as a literary/social discourse. Postcolonialism moving beyond the paradigm of so called critical practice has come to represent a complex web of meaning produced through multiple strategies of reading and interpreting it. The present collection of critical essays represents myriad interesting and insightful explorations on textuality and inter texuality of the postcolonial discourse its meaning in recent critical practice. The contributors have explored the subject referring to different genres in connection with their traditional and radical interpretation into consideration. 282 pp. Seller Inventory # 66416

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Krishna Avtar Agrawal

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About this Item: Book Enclave, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Post colonialism and textuality a critique of Indian English Fiction/O.P. Budholia. 2. Portrayal of social problems in Asif Currimbhoy's The Doledrummers/L.M. Joshi. 3. Use of history in Girish Karnad's Tughlaq/Shalini Virmani. 4. Kamala Markandaya's A Handful of Rice a critical appraisal/L.M. Joshi. 5. Mulk Raj Anand apogee of social reform/Balram S. Sorot. 6. The treatment of marital relationship in Anita Desai's Cry The Peacock/Smita Sinha. 7. Raja Rao As a great Sadhak/K.A. Agrawal. 8. The Serpent and The Rope a critical study/Ritambhara Agnihotri. 9. A textural reading of Chaman Nahal's Azadi a critique depicting historical realities/Shubha Tiwari. 10. A critical estimate of Raja Rao's The Chessmaster and His Moves/Kavita Agrawal. 11. The resurgence of women in R.K. Narayan's Guide/Rashmi Gaur and Pallavi. 12. Indian English Drama and contribution to it Asif Currimbhoy/Sangeeta Agrawal. 13. Portrayal of oppressed castes in Untouchable and He Who Rides a Tiger a comparative study/Balvinder Ghotra. 14. A Dream in Hawaii the East West Clash/Manjusha Kaushik. 15. Social relationships in Tagore's Short Stories/Anupma Garg. 16. Environmental issues the Indian perspective/K.K. Kapoor. 17. Contemporary Indo English fiction a study in religious sensibility/J.P. Tripathi. 18. A critical study of Post Independence Indian Short Fiction in English as a social document/Monika Grover. 19. Markandaya's Nectar in a Sieve and The Tragic Mode/Sushil Chandra Srivastava. 20. Images of women in Indian English Fiction/Ravi Shankar Singh. 21. Treatment of culture in the novels of Bhabani Bhattacharya/Neeraj Agnihotri. 22. Women in contemporary Indian English Fiction/Deepali Nigam. 23. The pathetic emotion in M.R. Anand's Untouchable and Rasa Theory/B.L. Mishra. Contributors. The book present a collection of twenty three research papers on Post Colonial Indian English Literature that are wide ranging in nature dealing with fiction short stories drama and critical trends. They cover writers such as Rabindranath Tagore Mulk Raj Anand R.K. Narayan Raja Rao Bhabani Bhattacharya Chaman Nahal Anita Desai Asif Currimbhoy and Girish Karnad. There is also a brief survey of Post colonialism and textuality of Indian English Fiction. Areas such as environmental issues and female sensibility in Indian English Literature have also been included. 294 pp. Seller Inventory # 64643

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Malti Agarwal

Published by Atlantic, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8126906898 ISBN 13: 9788126906895

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Editorial. 1. Revolution through traditional poetry/Maha Nand Sharma. 2. Modern Indian poetry in English a note/Shrawan K. Sharma. 3. Comic touches in Jhumpa Lahiri's Interpreter of Maladies stories of Bengal boston and beyond/Ramesh K. Srivastava. 4. Generational differences in diasporic writings Jhumpa Lahiri's The Namesake/Sunita Agarwal. 5. Immigrant experience in Jhumpa Lahiri's The Namesake/Anju Bhatt. 6. Manju Kapur's nowhere women/Sudarshan Sharma. 7. Manju Kapur's Astha a new woman/Anuradha Verma. 8. Roots and shadows Shashi Deshpande's moral prescription for a reformed world of relationships as the basis of the Indian traditional dream of Vasudaiva Kutumbakam/Krushna Chandra Mishra. 9. Mother daughter relationship in the short stories of Shashi Deshpande/Abha Shukla Kaushik. 10. Promotion of the patriarchal cruelty through female agency a study of Shashi Deshpande's The Dark Holds No Terrors/Monika Bhatnagar. 11. Vedic vision in the poetry of Krishna Srinivas/K.A. Agrawal. 12. Quest for identity with Shashi Deshpande/Sangeeta Das. 13. Gender bias in Shashi Deshpande's The Dark Holds No Terrors/M.L. Garg. 14. Writing from the margins a study of Shashi Deshpande's That Long Silence/Ram Sharma. 15. Portrayal of womanhood in the post colonial Indian English fiction a journey from self effacement to selfhood/Malti Agrawal. 16. Women in the novels of Kamala Markandaya/V.K. Singhal. 17. The evil effects of industrialization in Kamala Markandaya's Nectar in a Sieve/Sharda Jain. 18. Treatment of conjugal love in Kamala Markandaya's Nectar in a Sieve/Alka Rani. 19. From demand to denial the enigmatic journey of an unclaimed parcel/Gunjan Chaturvedi and Ranjana Mehrotra. 20. Voice of protest and self assertion in the poetry of Kamala Das/Arun Kumar Mishra. 21. Post colonial argument in the poetry of Kamala Das/Shilpi Saxena. 22. The agony of discrimination in Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things/Sunanda Mukesh. 23. Midnight's children in the light of Vakrokti/Ajai Sharma. 24. Narayan's The Guide in the Light of Rasa Theory/Kshama Gupta. 25. Image of Indian woman in the fictional works of Bhabani Bhattacharya with a particular reference to music for Mohini/Gunjan Mittal. 26. The condition of married woman in Bhabani Bhattacharya's Music for Mohini/Manjusha Kaushik. 27. An exposition of poetry in Girish Karnad's Hayavadana an application of Kuntaka's Vakrokti Siddhantha/Indu Arora. 28. Gita Mehta's Karma Cola a vituperative satire on Indian spirituality/Hemlatha K. 29. Immigrancy as cause and effect the protagonists of Indira Ganesan's The Journey and Inheritance/N. Poovalingam. 30. Self and society in Nissim Ezekiel's poetry/Reema Varshney. 31. Cross cultural dilemma in Bharati Mukherjee's desirable daughters/Beena Agarwal. 32. Social realism in Arun Joshi's the foreigner/B.C. Pandey. 33. Nana Saheb in Manohar Malgonkar's novel The Devil's Wind/Vikas Sharma. 34. The glimpses of Hindustani Ancient Literature and its impact on Indian English Literature/Vinay Kumar Pandey. 35. Application of Vakrokti in Maha Nand Sharma's poetry/Mamta Sharma. 36. Indian woman torn between tradition and modernity as depicted the short stories of Ruth Prawer Jhabvala/Vibha Goyal. 37. Simrit's quest for identity in Nayantara Sahgal's The Day in Shadow/Archana Trivedi. 38. Give Me a Break Leila Seth's On Balance a study of a woman who fights against self pity/Malti Sharma. Contributors. New perspectives on Indian English Writings is a collection of thirty eight research papers on various fictionists dramatists and poets of Indian origin. These papers contributed by scholars and teachers of repute study in depth the major works of the pioneers as well as emerging Indian authors writing in English. The wide range of the authors covered in this volume makes it useful for researchers teachers and postgraduate students studying in various Universities of India. (jacket) 340 pp. Seller Inventory # 63339

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K A Agrawal

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About this Item: Book Enclave, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Arun Joshi's The Survivor a critical appraisal/Mukesh Ranjan Verma. 2. Identity crisis in Bharati Mukherjee's Wife/B.L. Misra. 3. Dr. R.R. Menon's Sounds of Silence a critical appraisal/A.N. Dwivedi. 4. John Master's Indian Fiction a study/V.R. Badiger. 5. Post colonialism and textuality a critique of Indian English Fiction/O.P. Budholia. 6. Psycho analytical study of the characters of Shashi Deshpande/M.R. Harru. 7. Society in Indian Novel in English/Balram S. Sorot. 8. Quest Beyond Traditions A Study of The God of Small Things /B.L. Misra. 9. Politics and creative ethos the novels of Nayantara Sahgal/Sushil Chandra Srivastava. 10. Arun Joshi's The Foreigner From existential to Karmayog/Anjana Das. 11. Quest for Jijivisha in Evam Indrajit/S.C. Dwivedi. 12. The fictional world of Ruskin Bond/Kavita Navlani. 13. Jhabvala's perception of India/Ambuj Kumar Sharma. 14. A critical evaluation of the novels of Shiv K. Kumar/Anil Kumar Bansal. 15. Filial sensibility in Ann Bhalla's A Passing Shadow/Mudita Agnihotri. 16. Light in the Heart of Darkness Nissim Ezekiel's Hymns in Darkness/V.K. Singh. 17. Subaltern consciousness in The God of Small Things/Balvinder Ghotra. Contributors. Post Modern Indian English Fiction is a collection of seventeen research papers on various post modern fictionists of Indian origin. These papers contributed by scholars and teachers of repute study in depth the major works of the pioneers as well as emerging Indian authors writing in Indian English Fiction. The fictionists included in this volume are Nayantara Sahgal Ruth Prawer Jhabvala Nissim Ezekiel Bharati Mukherjee John Master Shashi Deshpande Ruskin Bond Arun Joshi Arundhati Roy Shiv K. Kumar R.R. Menon and Ann Bhalla. The author covered in this volume makes it useful for researchers teachers and post graduate students. 240 pp. Seller Inventory # 64888

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Edited by Malti Agarwal

Published by Atlantic Pub (2011)

ISBN 10: 8126914653 ISBN 13: 9788126914654

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About this Item: Atlantic Pub, 2011. Contents Preface 1 Redefining the Self Women in Postcolonial India English Literature An Indian ApproachShrawan K Sharma 2 Voicing for space Contemporary Indian Women?s Poetry in EnglishSudhir K Arora 3 Many Faces of Resistance - A Study of Matter of TimeUsha Bande 5 Engendering Newer Identities Women in Mahesh Dattani?s PlaysHemalatha K 6 Vijay Tendulkar?s Plays A Rich Tapestry of Women?s StoriesGunjan Chaturvedi 7 Vijay Tendulkar?s His Fifth Women 2004 - An Insight into Social RealityHarbir Singh Randhawa 8 Vijay Tendulkar?s Silence The Court is in Session A Study in Feminine SensibilitiesMalti Agarwal 9 Reconstructing the Self in Vijay Tendulkar?s KamalaLucky Gupta 10 Girish Karnad?s Hayavadana A Woman?s Vain Quest for PerfectionML Garg 11  Revisioning Myths Dreams and History A Feminist Reading of Githa Hariharan?s NovelsSunita Sinha 12 Quest for Meaning and Self-Assertion A Study of Maya?s Interior Journey in Anita Desai?s Cry The PeacockRavi Jaubari Kiran Kamboj and BR Agarwal 13 Is Liberation Possible Redefining Womanhood with special reference to Desai?s Maya and Narayan?s SushilaMedha Sachdev 14 Emergence of Changed Woman in the major works of Anita DesaiAlka Rani 15 A Quest for identity and self Reflections on Manju Kapur?s Difficult DaughtersAnju Bala Agrawal 16 Existential agony of Virmati in Manju Kapur?s Difficult DaughtersAnuradha Verma 17 Breaking the Bonds Women in the Fiction of Nayantara SahgalAlka Bansal 18 Representation of Women?s Space and Identity in Nayantara Sahgal?s Rich like us and Mistaken IdentityAniqua Sadia 19 Searching Woman?s self in Nayantara Sahgal?s Rich Like UsSeema Gupta 20 Women?s Search for Individuality A Critique on the Female Characters of Nayantara SahgalSandhya Saxena 21 Redefining and Reconstructing female self in Anita Nair?s Ladies CoupeBeena Agarwal 22 A Criss-Cross Spectrum of Female Sensibilities in Anita Nair?s Ladies CoupeRanjana Mehrotra 23 Self in Kamala Das My Story A Source of Strength and Transformation for Emotionally DeprivedCharu Chitra 24 Kamala Markandaya?s Nectar in a Sieve A Saga of Feminine Resilience and NobilityNirupama Sharma and Shalini Sharma 25 Changing Faces of Indian Woman Bharati Mukherjee?s Jasmine and Githa Hariharan?s The Thousand Faces of NightAbha Shukla Kaushi 26 Redefining Mother in Mahasweta Devis Breast GiverSangeeta Das 27 In search of fulfillment Women in Arundhati Roy?s The God of Small ThingsAmrit Kaur 28 Society of Technocrats and Spaces for Women - A Critical appraisal of Chetan Bhagat?s One Night the Call CenterNeeta 29 A Study of Nisha Da Cunha?s Female Characters in Old CyprssRashmi Attri 30 Voices Whispers and Silences of Women in the Stories of Ambai in A Purple SeaShahla Gauri 31 A Saga of Women?s Problems A Sociological Study of Ismat Chugtai?s Lifting the VeilAnju BhattWithin the social structure of India itself there had been a typical man-woman relationship in terms of dependence and support Woman was supposed to be the other caught in the cage of native cultural ethos But gradually spread of education and economic independence certainly brought a change in woman?s status in society and the Feminist movement established her as an individual Notwithstanding she is still a victim of patriarchal rage male domination sexual harassment colonial mindset of males and so on She is not treated as a person but only as a possession She is a victim not only of man?s inhuman attitude but also of a system-the Hindu Dharma- which maintains that wife is her husband?s property and has no individuality outside that systemIn Indian English writings the woman sometimes maintains the images of a self-sacrificial woman to whom her Pati is her Parameshwar but sometimes she emerges as a revolutionary struggling for her rights and standing against the patriarchal set-up of the Indian society The writers of new generation like Shashi Deshpande Nayantara Sehgal Anita Desai Githa Hariharan Manju Kapur and others have depicted females who are no longer sil. Seller Inventory # 96141

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K.A. Agrawal

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About this Item: Book Enclave. Contents 1 Raja Rao As a Great Sadhak 2 Environmental Issues-The Indian Perspective 3 Identity Crisis in Bharti Mukherjee Wife 4 John Masters Indian Fiction A Study 5 Mulk Raj Anand Apogee of Social Reform 6 Psycho-analytical Study of the. Seller Inventory # 80957

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Edited by B.K. Sharma

Published by Sarup Book Pub (2011)

ISBN 10: 8176257184 ISBN 13: 9788176257183

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About this Item: Sarup Book Pub, 2011. Contents Preface Contributors 1 A study of postcolonial transcultural communication in Amitav Ghosh?s The Hungry TideAnju Bala Agrawal 2 Amitav Ghosh?s The Shadow Lines a postcolonial analysisArvind M Nawale 3 Deconstructing the poetics of colonialism to post colonialism in The Glass PalaceBeena Agrawal 4 Marginality afloat race caste class and the colonial ship in Amitav Ghosh?s Sea of PoppiesDinesh Kumar 5 Fleeting identities invoking essential humanity in Ghosh?s The Hungry TideDwijen Sharma 6 Postmodernist ideologies a critique of Amitav Ghosh?s The Hungry TideSavita Shrivastava and Kavita Chauhan 7 Amitav Ghosh?s The Shadow Lines The quest for freedomLucky Gupta 8 Recollections of pest experiences in The Shadow LinesMuthu Mari 9 Deconstructing caste centered oppressive mechanism in Amitav Ghosh?s Sea of PoppiesNeeta 10 Revisiting history in The Hungry TideNilofer Shakir 11 Counter science a study of subaltern agency in Amitav Ghose?s The Calcutta ChromosomePratima Das 12 The ethos of multiculturalism in Amitav Ghosh?s Sea of PoppiesA Babu Rajendra Prasad and Parul Gupta 13 Amitav Ghosh?s The Shadow Lines as a postcolonial diasporic discourseShishu Paul 14 The Hungry Tide an insight into the culture of SundarbansSudipta Kaiti 15 Teaching Amitav Ghosh to Indian undergraduates contesting nation-state debate with reference to The Shadow LinesTamishra Swain 16 A postcolonial interpretation of The Calcutta ChromosomeJoydeep Banerjee and Taniya Chakraborty 17 The shadow lines problematizing the postcolonial issuesTribhuwan Kumar 18 Sea of poppies a glimpse of Colonial IndiaVivekanand Jha 19 Home and away postcolonial representations in Amitav Ghosh?s The Shadow LinesN JaiShreeAmitav Ghosh has emerged as one of the most distinguished and eminent Indian English novelists in post Rushdie period His ingenious training as a social anthropologist has enabled him to enrich his narrative with the different cultures and histories of the various places and its people revealing the reservoir of his knowledge He said he writes novels because novels are about people Amitav Ghosh?s engagement with some of the serious issues facing contemporary ex-colonies in Asian Africa is reflected in his novels Ghosh has woven fact and fiction in a complex absorbing narrative that mirrors lives across nation?s spans almost half a century of recent Indian historyThe present book The Fiction of Amitav Ghosh A Postcolonial Perspective makes a comprehensive study of Ghosh?s novels from the angle of postcolonialism Postcolonial discourse is a current movement or a theory that deals mainly with the effects of colonization on the culture a thoughts of the colonized society Postcolonialism forms a powerful intellectual interest group which renews the perception and understanding of different socio-political economic literary and cultural aspects of modern period Ghosh?s foray into history politics medical research anthropology are well known His novels derive their special from his exquisite handling of the characteristic postmodern devices like science fiction subaltern aspects multiculturalism and postcolonialsm etc The anthology will be of a considerable use to scholars and researchers interested in the field of Indian English Fiction 206 pp. Seller Inventory # 99510

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Arvind M. Nawale

Published by Aadi Publications (2011)

ISBN 10: 9380902395 ISBN 13: 9789380902395

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About this Item: Aadi Publications, 2011. Contents Preface 1 Nowhere Man Sindi in Arun Joshi?s The ForeignerArvind M Nawale 2 Belonging Nowhere UprootalExile and identity Crisis in Anita Desai?s Baumgartner?s BombayKenwar Dinesh Singh 3 The modern Indian woman?s quest ? A Study of Anita Desai?s Select novelsChandana John 4 Crisis of Indian secularism A study of Untouchable waiting for the mahatma and train to PakistanSmita Jha 5 Alienation in Anita Desai?s cry the PeacockK Suneetha Reddy and P Madhurima 6 Observance and violation of cooperative principle in Mulk Raj Anand?s The Lost Child 7 The Short fiction of Chitra Banerjee DivakaruniLV Padmarani Rao 8 Technique and symbols used in Anita Desai?s journey to IthacaV Sreenathachary 9 Textual strategy in RK Narayan?s The Guide A discourse of transcendenceArun Kumar Mukhopadhyay 10 Emotional and sexual wants in diasporic life as depicted by Jhumpa LahiriAmit Saha 11 Dynamics of reel life and real life in tharoors show businessAmrendra K Sharma and Manju Roy 12 The notion of nationhood in Khuswant Singh?s train to PakistanShukla Chatterjee 13 Ek e Sutre-Beaded on a single string fiction by woman writers in post-Independence BengalSukla Basu 14 Psycho-Socio-Philosophical Aspects in a Matter of time by Shashi DeshpandeUrmi Satyan 15 The strangled women in the God of Small ThingsShubha Mukherjee 16 Unselfing of the self in Aravind Adiga?s the white TigerT Sasikanth Reddy 17 Transition A Milestone in Kamala Markandaya?s FictionAtmaram Shamrao Gangane 18 Amitav Ghosh?s The Hungry Tide A StudyT Jeevan Kumar 19 Symbol of Fire and its Varied connotations in Anita Desai?s Novel fire on the mountainDR Mane 20 Assimilation of the personal with the collective revisiting Raj Kamal Jha?s The Blue BedspreadKaustav Chakraborty 21 Politics in difficult daughters and a Married woman A Comparative studyP Kannan 22 Detecting Multicultural voices Representation of white and third world females in Shashi Tharoor?s RiotMelisa Maryann Goveas 23 Shashi Deshpande?s A Matter of Time A Study in RasaKshipra Purani 24 Where shall we go this summer A Critique on Gandhian ViewsJayalaxmi Jadeja 25 Aesthetics of ethnicity and the sentiments of otherness The scenario of Indian English FictionVP Anvar Sadhath 26 A Glimpse of rapid journey of post-colonial Indian English LiteratureAlka Agrawal 27 Jayanti M Dalal?s Spatial Echoes A ReviewPV Laxmi PrasadIndo-English Writing has earned a good repute in the post-modern literary world Authors critics readers researchers students have started taking interest in knowing the world of literature in broader perspectives The particular field of Indo-English Fiction has witnessed a noticeable readership across the world It is mostly through their imaginative creations that Indo-English novelists have brilliantly presented the current themes of social cultural political economic and many more issues related to pre and post-independent India These writings have fostered the readership across the world The present anthology Indo-English Fiction New Perspectives edited by Dr A M Nawale provides a fresh perspective on fictional writings of Mulk Raj Anand R K Narayan Raja Rao Kamala Markandaya Anita Desai Arun Joshi Shashi Tharoor Shashi Deshpande Amitav Ghosh Raj Kamal Jha Jhumpa Lahiri Khuswant Singh Manju Kapur  Arundhati Roy Aravind Adiga Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni Jayanti Dalal and so on It will prove as one more attempt in understanding the Indo-English Fiction through different individual perspectives 284 pp. Seller Inventory # 96610

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edited by Charu Mehrotra

Published by Yking Books (2015)

ISBN 10: 9382532935 ISBN 13: 9789382532934

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About this Item: Yking Books, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Githa Hariharan: Articulating Women's Silence/V P Singh and Prabhakar Singh. 2. Women empowerment/Rakesh Arora. 3. Women's Quest for Identity in the Novel of Shobha De/Anjana Das. 4. Nayanatra Sahgal and woman empowerment/Anju Bala Agrawal. 5. Modern woman in traditional Haveli: a study of Rama Mehta's inside the Haveli/Poonam Dubey. 6. A Picture of feminism in Shobha De's socialite evening/Ravi Jauhari and Kiran Kamboj. 7. Deconstructing the poetics of women empowerment in the plays of Vijay Tendulkar/Beena Agarwal. 8. Feminine Catastrophe in Sidhwa's the Pakistani bride/Charu Mehrotra. 9. Female bonding as a strategy of empowerment in the novels of Shashi Deshpande/Prabhakar Singh. 10. The poetry of Sylvia Plath and Anne Sexton as a vehicle of women empowerment/Ranjana Mehrota and Rupali Verma. 11. Power within: women empowerment in the contemporary Indian women poetry in English/Sudhir K Arora. 12. The East and the West encounter in the fiction of Ruth Prawer Jhabvala/V P Singh. 13. Widened and deepened human experiences: a feminist perspective/Anil Kumar Tripathi and Parool Mishra. 14. Shakuntala--myth or reality: man enjoys and woman suffers/Archana Durgesh and Pooja Singh. 15. A naked image of women in the novels of Shobha De/Shanker Singh Solanki and Radha Singh. 16. Manju Kapur's custody: a journey from we-man to we-mean/Jaba Kusum singh. 17. The poetry of the 1890s and A E Housman/Jawed Akhtar. 18. Contemporary political and social issues in the works of Arundhati Roy: a controversy/Aparna Misra. 19. My feudal lord: a saga of feminist politics/Faraha Naqvi. 20. Bama's Sangati: a study of Dalit women's hardship liveliness sexual oppression and gender discrimination/Durga Patva. 21. Mirroring women: A Study of Manju Kapur's difficult daughters a married woman and custody/Arun Kumar Yadav. 22. Female emancipation in storm in Chandigarh/Poonam Kapoor. 23. A Step towards matriarchal society: Girish Karnadís Naga-Mandala/Shikha Mehra. This anthology makes an innovative and modest at offering a wide and comprehensive gallery of English writers evaluating women in Indian English Literature. It Contains research papers highlighting women and her struggle and emerging as an empowered personality, class and status have been portrayed in these papers by eminent scholars. Besides the articles on Vijay Tendulkar's difficult daughters and custody, Girish Karnad's Naga-Mandala and many more issues regarding women empowerment find expression in these papers. The anthology, it is hoped, will certainly satisfy the thirst of those research scholars, teachers and readers who want to be more familiar with the various aspects of women condition as presented in literature. Seller Inventory # 118567

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