Indian Writing in English: A Critical Study
Ed. K.A. Agrawal
Atlantic Publishers & Dist, Jan 1, 2003 - Indic literature (English) - 256 pages
This Book Presents A Collection Of Essays And Research Papers On Indian English Poetry And Fiction. It Has Been Classified In Two Sections. Section A Comprises Essays On Poets Such As Toru Dutt, Aurobindo Ghose, Krishna Srinivas And Kamala Das. Section B Contains Essays On Indian English Novelists Like R.K. Narayan, Raja Rao, Bhabani Bhattacharaya, Anita Desai, Khushwant Singh, Kamala Markandaya, Shashi Deshpande, Shobha De, And Arun Joshi. The Research Papers In The Book By Some Distinguished University Teachers And Professors Of English Posted In Indian Universities Cover A Brief Critical Survey Of Indian English Poetry And Novel Since Their Birth Upto The Present Day. A Brief Survey Of Indian English Religious Poetry And Humanistic Trends In Contemporary Indo-English Fiction Has Also Been Included.
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