Modern Indian Literature, an Anthology: Fiction
K. M. George
Sahitya Akademi, 1992 - English literature - 1192 pages
This Volume Is Devoted To Fiction Mirrors The Range And Variety Of The Creative Upsurge In The Novel And Short Story In Colonial And Post Colonial India. The Book Attempts To Capture The Very Essence Of Our National Renaissance And The Consequent Search For Identity As Reflected In Our Fiction.
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