The Novels of Arun Joshi
Rajinder Kumar Dhawan
Prestige Books, 1992 - India - 279 pages
The Book Provides A Critical Survey Of All The Novels And Short Stories Of Arun Joshi, A Significant Contemporary Indian, Novelist. It Focuses Attention Not Only On Joshi`S Thematic Concerns But Also On His Narrative Techniques, And More Significantly On The Psychological Overtones Of His Work.
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Themes and Technique
Aran Joshi and the Labyrinth of Life
The Lost Lonely Questers of Aran Joshis Fiction
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Aftab alienation America Anuradha Apprentice Arun Joshi Astrologer authenticity Babu becomes belong Benaras Bhagavadgita Bhaskar Bhoma Bhumiputra Bilasia Billy Biswas Billy's boatmen Brigadier character child comes corruption culture dark Delhi detachment Dhunia dream English Erich Fromm existence existential existentialist experience fact faith father feels fiction finds Foreigner Gargi Gopal Reddy Grand Master Headman Himmat Singh human identity Indian involved Joshi's novels Karna Khemka king Last Labyrinth living Maikala malpractice marriage married meaning meaninglessness Meena ment mind modern moral mother Muthu mysterious Nameless-One narrative narrator nature night novel novelist one's person philosophy political predicament problems protagonist quest R.K. Dhawan R.K. Narayan Rallies Master Ratan Rathor reality realizes river Romi says sense sentences Sheila short story Sindi Oberoi society Som's soul Strange suffering symbolic T.S. Eliot tells theme things tion Tlie tribal tries Tuula understand urkraft vision W.B. Yeats wife Yogeshwara