Studies in Postcolonial Literature

Front Cover
M. Q. Khan, Bijay Kumar Das
Atlantic Publishers & Dist, 2007 - Commonwealth literature (English) - 254 pages
0 Reviews
Studies In Postcolonial Literature Contains Twenty-Three Papers And Two Interviews With Two Eminent Writers On Different Genres Poetry, Fiction, Short Fiction And Drama Of Postcolonial Literature. It Deals With Literatures In English Outside The Anglo-American Tradition. The Book Focuses On How Postcolonial Literature Assumes An Identity Of Its Own In Spite Of The Writers Drawn From Different Countries With Distinct National Identities. This Is A Very Useful Book For The Students As Well As The Teachers Who Intend To Do An Extensive Study Of Postcolonial Literature.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Reading Savitri
14
The Use of Indian English Idiom in the Poetry
36
NineteenthCentury Australian Poetry as a Mirror
53
The Concept of Identity in Indian Immigrant Women
74
Scanning Minority
84
The Marriage of the Mind and the Cosmos in Patrick
92
The Migrant Experience in Bharati Mukherjees
100
Witi IhimaeraRewritingKatherine Mansfield
107
Situating Post1980 Indian English Fiction in
163
Shades of LightHearted Swearwords and Anands
173
Cultural Amnesia in Amit Chaudhuris A
190
A Critique of Vikram Chandras Red Earth
197
The Contributions of Manoj Das and Ruskin Bond
211
A Note on V S Naipauls
220
Interview
233
Meet the Author
240

Nadine Gordimers Treatment of Apartheid in
126
An Approach to the Text
137

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information