3 edition of Indian English Women"s Short Fiction found in the catalog.
January 17, 2007
by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
Indian women novelists have given a new dimension to the Indian literature. Indian English literature has developed over a period of time and writing in English did not start in a day. Indian literature is not only about novels, it is also about poetries and short the rise of novels, several women writers composed songs, short stories and small plays. In , a fresh slate of women's fiction—a genre that covers a lot of ground, but one I consider to be books that star strong, multifaceted female characters, written by women—has been.
The opening essay by Somdatta Mandal, true to its title “Past, Present and Future of the Indian English Language and Literature: Some Observations,” provides a bird’s-eye view of the history of Indian English Fiction with its antecedents in less known non-fictional narrative pieces such as Travels of Dean Mahomet in and the first. Jhumpa Lahiri who created the difference among all the Indian women writers. She is a dazzling storyteller with a distinctive voice. She is different from other Indian writers writing in English. Most of the first generation writers of Indian fiction are born and brought up in India. But Jhumpa Lahiri‟s.
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Source: Source Although Indian women's short fiction has always enjoyed equal importance and popularity as their novels, very little critical attention has been paid to it so far.
Indian Women's Short Fiction seeks to fulfil this long felt need. It puts together fifteen perceptive and analytical articles by scholars across the by: 3.
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Unarguably the best and foremost Indian writer in English, R.K. Narayan’s novels, and short stories are the reasons why common middle-class Indians developed an interest in English known for the fictional town of Malgudi, Narayan has written many fiction books including Swami and Friends, The Guide, A Tiger for Malgud”, The English Teacher, etc.
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Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. About the BookThe present book traces the background to Indian English women s fiction, excluding the translated texts, from the late nineteenth century novels of Toru Dutt, Krupabai Satthianadhan, and Shevantibai M.
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Indian writing in English has a relatively short but highly charged history. InSake Dean Mahomed wrote perhaps the first book by an Indian in English, called The Travels of.
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