New perspectives in Indian literature in English : essays in honour of professor M.K. Naik /

This is a collection of essays and studies by eminent scholars from India and abroad on some important aspect of Indian literature in English. The scope of this book is so wide as to include essays in general on the meaning and appeal of India-- its mysticism, mythology, aesthetics and poetics, and...

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Format: Printed Book
Published: New Delhi, India : Sterling Publishers, ©1995.
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Table of Contents:
  • The meaning of India / Raja Rao
  • Ananda Coomaraswamy / C.D. Narasimhaiah
  • Second thoughts on English in India / P. Lal
  • Translation as the fate of colonial bilingualism / K. Raghavendra Rao
  • The writer as exile in Indian writing in English / H.M. Williams
  • Indian writing in English and modern Indian literature / K.R. Srinivasa Iyengar
  • Taking Indian English poetry seriously / John Oliver Perry
  • Tagore's view of poetry / Visvanath Chatterjee
  • The meaning and appeal of the Indo-Anglian mystical poetry / V.K. Gokak
  • The Aurobindonian inspiration in Indian poetry in English / Prema Nandakumar
  • Sri Aurobindo's sonnets: a spiritual autobiography / Subhas Chandra Saha
  • Michael Madhusudan Dutt: reclaiming a kinship / Makarand R. Paranjape
  • Ithacan voyages: the poetry of R. Parthasarthy and A.K. Ramanujan / Rajeev S. Patke
  • The use of myth in Indo-English poetry / Vrinda Nabar
  • Voyage as motif in Indian English fiction / Shyamala A. Narayan
  • Russian-Indian literary connection: Dostoevsky and Raja Rao: a comparative analysis of two novels: The possessed and Comrade Kirrilov / Elena Kalinnikova
  • The contemporary and the cosmic in Arun Joshi's The city and the river / O.P. Matyhur
  • Nightingales in our garden: an appraisal of Muslim novelists in English / G.S. Amur
  • Experiments in squaring the ellipsis: a critical reading of the autobiographies of Gandhi, Nehru, Chaudhuri, and Anand / Gerhard Stilz
  • Mulk Raj Anand as autobiographer / Marlene Fisher.