Studies in Indo-Anglian Literature


K.N. Joshi, B. Syamla Rao

ISBN 978-81-7977-608-7
Price : Rs. 165.00
pp. : 278 + x

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List of Contents:

Indo-Anglian Literature : A Brief Survey
Toru Dutt: The Inheritor of Unfulfilled Renown
Sarojini Naidu: The Nightingale of India (Bharat Kokila)
Harindranath Chattopadhyaya: as a Poet
Tagore as a Literary Artist (The Bard of the East): An Estimate
Tagore as a Poet
Tagore’s Gitanjali: A Critical Appreciation
Tagore: The Dramatist: An Appreciation of Chitra, The King of the Dark Chamber and The Post Office
Tagore’s Lectures and Discourses with Special Reference to “Man”
Aurobindo’s “Savitri”: A Critical Appreciation
Aurobindo’s Rose of God and Thought the Paraclete—An Appreciation
Aurobindo’s The Renaissance In India An Introduction
A Bird’s Eye-view of Modern Indo-Anglian Poetry with Special Reference to Nissim Ezekiel, Ramanujan, Gokak, Kamaladas, Dom Moraes and Jayant Mahapatra
Radhakrishnan’s Kalki Or The Future of Civilization
Nirad Chaudhuri A Passage to England
The Art of Indian Autobiography
Gandhi’s Autobiography
Nehru’s Autobiography
Critical Appreciation of Paramhamsa Yogananda’s Autobiography of a Yogi
Girish Karnad’s Hayavadana
Tagore the Novelist
Mulk Raj Anand as a Novelist with Special Reference to Untouchable and Coolie
R.K. Narayan as a Novelist with Special Reference to Guide and Man-Eater of Malgudi and The English Teacher
Raja Rao as a Novelist
Bhabani Bhattacharya as a Novelist
Women Writers in Indo-Anglian Fiction
Manohar Malgonkar—A Bend in the Ganges
Arun Joshi as a Novelist with Special Reference to The Last Labyrinth and the Apprentice
Shashi Deshpande’s Novel—That Long Silence
Anita Desai as a Novelist with Special Reference to—Fire on the Mountain and Cry, The Peacock
Midnight’s children—Salman Rushdie
Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things
Gita Hariharan’s The Thousand Faces of Night
Jhumpa Lahiri—Namesake
Critical Appreciation of Abdul Kalam’s Autobiography Entitled—Wings of Fire

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