Indian writings in English/

The present volume , comprising papers by eminent scholars on different aspects of Indian English literature aims at appraising and evaluating thematic concern, formal strategies and narrative techniques, often from a comparative perspective. The writers analyzed are: Sri aurobindo, Kamala das, K. N...

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Format: Printed Book
Language:English
Published: New Delhi : Atlantic Publishers and Distributors, 1996.
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Summary:The present volume , comprising papers by eminent scholars on different aspects of Indian English literature aims at appraising and evaluating thematic concern, formal strategies and narrative techniques, often from a comparative perspective. The writers analyzed are: Sri aurobindo, Kamala das, K. N. Daruwalla, A. K. Ramanujan, Dilip Chitre, Contemporary women poets, Margerett chatterjee, Raji narsimhan, Mulk raj anand, R. K. Narayan, Raja rao, Bhabani bhattacharya, Kamala markandeya, Anitha desai and vikram seth
Item Description:Indian English literature has come to have a throbbing, distinctive presence of its own having graduated from the imitative, realistic and psychological stages to the experimental one. The poets, short story writers and novelist reflect the Indian reality imaginatively, imbuing it with universal import. The writers have evolved a new idiom and experimented with bold technical innovations - all of which deserve detailed analysis, definition, classification and evaluation
Physical Description:210 p.
ISBN:8171566251