Postliberalization Indian Novels in English: Politics of Global Reception and Awards

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Aysha Iqbal Viswamohan
Anthem Press, Nov 1, 2014 - Literary Criticism - 250 pages
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“Postliberalization Indian Novels in English: Politics of Global Reception and Awards” is a critical handbook that focuses on trends in contemporary Indian novels and discusses the global reception of these works. The volume provides a systematic approach to the study of Indian novelists that have not been (with certain exceptions) extensively examined.
 

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Contents

The Writings of Pankaj Mishra
1
Commodification of PostRushdie Indian Novels
9
The Importance
19
Writing India in Global Time
31
Arundhati Roys
41
The White Elephant? Postliberalization
51
The Global Reception
67
Identity and Representation
77
Marketing Compulsions and Artistic Integrity
103
The Indian Architect of a Postnational Utopia
127
Vikram
141
Kiran Desais Global Storytelling
167
Narratives of the Indian Diaspora
185
Bibliography
201
Index
215
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Aysha Iqbal Viswamohan teaches and writes on film studies, popular culture, drama and contemporary South Asian fiction. She is an associate professor in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India.

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