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Postcolonial Readings in Indo-Anglian Literature (Edited Book)

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K. V. Dominic’s (ed.) Postcolonial Readings in Indo-Anglian Literature. New Delhi, Authors Press, 2009. Hard Bound. ISBN 978-81-7273-479-4. xiii+306 pp. Rs. 800.


1.    “Vive la Difference! Imperialism, Colonialism, Post-Colonialism:

Challenges to Cultural Plurality”

— K. Ayyappa Paniker

2.    “Beyond ‘New Literatures’ and ‘Post Coloniality’”

— Sreedevi K. Nair

3.    “Postcoloniality as Counter-Discourse”

       — E. A. Thomas

4.    “Women: Colonial Narratives and Post-Colonial Images”

       — G. S. Jayasree

5.    “The Short Story Genre, Postcolonialism and Women Writers”

       — H. Kalpana

6.   The  Tragic Dilemma of Larins Sahib

— Basavaraj Naikar

7.   “Latter-day Psalms: A Post-Colonial Reading”

      — Fed Mathew

8.   “Post-colonial Imaging of Human Suffering in PCK Prem’s Oracles of the Last    Decade”

      — D. C. Chambial

9.   “De or Re-Colonization?: Kamala Markandaya’s Pleasure City

      as a Post-Colonial Novel”

— Roshin George

10. “R. K. Narayan’s The Guide: A Postcolonial Reading”

      — K. V. Dominic

11. “Acculturation: India in Literary Imagination:  A Study of Rohinton

Mistry’s A Fine Balance”

— Vijay Sheshadri

12. “Rehabilitation of an Indian Nationalist Hero in Basavaraj Naikar’s

        Novel: The Sun Behind the Cloud”

        — M. A. Jeyaraju

13. “Language Hybridism in the Post-colonial Space: A Study of Rama Mehta’s

Inside the Haveli and Anita Desai’s Clear Light of Day and Fasting, Feasting”

— Jaydeep Sarangi

14. “Art and Activism: An Analytical Study of Arundhati Roy’s Fictional and

Non-fictional Writings in the Light of Gayatri Spivak’s Theory of Subalternity” 

       — Shibu Simon & Sijo Varghese C.

15. “Socio-ethical Perspectives in Basavaraj Naikar’s Fictional World: A Study of

      The Rebellious Rani of Belavadi and Other Stories”

— Bhagabat Nayak

16. “Tales from Firozsha Baag: A Complex Study in the Relativity of Cultures”

       — K. V. George

17. “The Carnivalistic Mode of R. K. Narayan’s Malgudi Novels”

      – Elizabeth John

18. “Down Dark Corridors: Wives in Shashi Deshpande’s Select Novels”

       — Vincent Aerathu

19. “An Eco-Marxist Analysis of H. S. Shiva Prakash’s Play

       Mahachaitra, The Great Spring”

       — S. Kumaran

20. Contextualizing History for Communal Amity:Shashi Tharoor’s Riot

—Eliza Joseph

21. “The Subaltern can Speak?: Bama’s  Sangati as a Chronicle of  a Caste”

      — Vincent B. Netto

22. “Ethics as Resistance in the Novels of R.  K. Narayan”

       — P. V. Jayaraj

23. “Turning Historical Material into Art: A Study of The Devil’s Wind and

      The Sun Behind the Cloud”

      — S. B. Singh

24. “Difficult Daughters : A Critique of Filial Relations”

       — K. Nirmala

25. “Premanand Hajvee’s Kirwant: A Critique on the Discrimination

Among the Brahmins”

      — R. T. Bedre & Vijay Bedre

26. “Facets of Nature in Anita Desai’s Cry, The Peacock”

       — Diwakar Thomas

27. “Rabindranath Tagore: The Greatest After His Great Ancestors”

      — Aju Mukhopadhyay

28. “Saga of Eroticism: A Reading of Khushwant Singh’s The Company of Women”

       — Mini John

29. “Impulsive Truant or Unsung Hero?: A Brief Character Sketch of Swaminathan in

       R. K. Narayan’s Swami and Friends”

       — Naina Dey

30. “The Theme of Resistance in Sarah Joseph’s Alahayude Penmakkal”

      — Liss Marie Das

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