After Amnesia: Tradition and Change in Indian Literary Criticism
After Amnesia Is An Original Analysis Of Literary Criticism In India. It Is An Attempt To Describe What Is Recognised By Common Agreement To Be A Crisis In Indian Criticism, And To Explain It In Historical Terms.
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Tradition and Amnesia
A Neverending Transition
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