Indian English Literature, Volume 3
Collected In This Anthology Are Articles On Ezekiel, Ramanujan, Parthasarathy, Gieve Patel, Kamala Das, Nirad Chaudhuri, Raja Rao, Manohar Malgonkar, Anita Desai, Shashi Deshpande, Basavaraj Naikar, Arundhati Roy And Rohinton Mistry.The Contributors To This Anthology Include Ramesh Kumar Gupta, Chittaranjan Misra, N. Sharada Iyer, Sunil R. Sawant, Basavaraj Naikar, Arjun Kumar, Usha Bande, B.Y. Patil, Amar Nath Prasad, Dinesh Chandra Kumar, Charu Chandra Mishra, Gajendra Kumar, Nirmala Prakash, Sabita Tripathy, Ashutosh Dubey And Anita Singh.
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A Poet ParExcellence
Image of Family in the Poetry of A K Ramanujan
The Encounter Between Self and The Other
A Feminist Voice A Study of Kamala Dass
Autobiography as Descriptive Ethnology
The Continent of Circe
Quest for Truth in The Chessmaster and
A True Dynamo
Pilgrimage as Discovery in Nine Moods
A Spiritual Odyssey
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