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Splendour

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Life is a stream that is always fresh, and the experiences and feelings cling to our mind and make us enthusiastic to share with others. Common things and common sights sprout wonderful feelings and extraordinary insights into the world and above

A Spectrum of Indian Fiction in English

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The rise and fall of share markets, the rise and fall of bullion market, the rise and fall in the prices of commodities are carefully observed and talked of by financial experts as well as the man in the street. Kidnaps, murders, acid att

A Spectrum of Indian Fiction in English

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The rise and fall of share markets, the rise and fall of bullion market, the rise and fall in the prices of commodities are carefully observed and talked of by financial experts as well as the man in the street. Kidnaps, murders, acid attacks are on the rise. The fall in human values though not presented meticulously as the rise and fall in financial matters is a common subject for scholars, businessmen, teachers, politicians, etc. But the fall in human values affects our society and breed many disorders in our life. The youth often fail to understand the importance of life and the beauty in life. To the youth life is a bag of garbage which can be disposed off at any time without second thought. The old feel that they are outcasts in the society and every minute is miserable for them. With icy looks they count their days in old age homes. Poetry, Prose, Fiction, Drama, One-Act plays are being created by a number of wonderful masters. As teachers, readers, professors and scholars of literature, let us come together and retrospect the human values reflected in the Indian Fiction in English.

Splendour

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Life is a stream that is always fresh, and the experiences and feelings cling to our mind and make us enthusiastic to share with others. Common things and common sights sprout wonderful feelings and extraordinary insights into the world and above the world. These feelings were embedded in the small poems, which will make the reader experience the rare beauty in body and spirit. Each poem is a jewel made up of images found in nature that gives everlasting freshness and ease to the mind of the reader. Immense joy and immaculate beauty is present in abundance in all the poems.

Rabindranath Tagore

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Rabindranath Tagore is one of the greatest geniuses produced by India. He is a poet, dramatist, novelist, short-story writer, painter and musician, all rolled into one. His every work of art has a characteristic mark called 'Tagore'. He m

Perspectives on Indian Drama in English

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Indian contribution to World Drama is immense. The dramatic powers of our Indian dramatists are matchless and their experiments with stage in traditional and modern age are wonderful. At the beginning stage our dramatists had British infl

Indian Drama in English: A Kaleidoscopic View

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Two thousand years ago Indians had their own theory of drama. OUT Sanskrit drama observed strictly the principles Natyasatra written by Bharatha. The works of all the Sanskrit dramatists like Bhasa, Sudraka, Kalidasa, Bhavabhuti and Visakhadatta are

The Said and The Unsaid Things of Indian Fiction in English

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Indian Fiction in English developed rapidly and also became a popular genre in Indian Literature in English and in World literature. With its vast variety of themes, subject matter, narrative technique and style it has won a unique place

Wonders and Splendours in Indian Fiction in English

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Indian writers with artistic skill wove many interesting things into the fabric of their creative writings. The telling of the tale is interesting, and emits a unique aroma that captured the readers of all sections in India and abroad. Th

Wonders and Splendours in Indian Fiction in English

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Indian writers with artistic skill wove many interesting things into the fabric of their creative writings. The telling of the tale is interesting, and emits a unique aroma that captured the readers of all sections in India and abroad. The fictional world of the Indian Writers in English reflects contemporary life, present problems and changing human values The new nations in the making, the old traditions crumbling and the brave new world that rose out of the computerised world is preserved in the creative writings. The writings of Indian Fiction in English is a museum where every book has its own importance because it captured 'the change in time.' Any casual reading of a short story or a novel will not only make us think about the conditions prevalent in the society but also makes us evaluate our own contribution to the mankind. We wish that our critics analyses will rouse fresh interest in the young readers and they in turn will review the creative writings of Indians. Our scholars and critics with their keen insight and critical perspectives brought out the issues that are discussed plainly and also the hidden issues suggested in the works of writers like Kamala Markandeya, Rohinton Mistry, Bharathi Mukherjee, Bhavani Bhattachrya, Shobha De, Shashi Deshpande, Githa Hari Haran, Gita Mehta, Kamala Markandeya, P. Raja, Nayanatara Sahgal, Manju Kapoor, Jhumpa Lahari and Bama. Many scholars and critics instantly responded to our call for papers on Indian Fiction in English and contributed their critical musings to our anthology. We acknowledge the support of Prof Balasaheb Sande, Dr Basavaraj Naikar, Dr G. Domnic Savio, Prof D. Jockim, Dr R. Madhavi, Dr Hyacinth Pinks, Dr Archana Parashar, Dr Srirupa Bantrjee, Ms S.J. Kala, Dr Monisha Saxena, Dr Lily Arul Sharmila, Ms N. Chandra, Dr Sau. Seema Sanjay Jagtap, Dr Alka A. Bhise, Dr K Mangayarkarasi, Ms S. Sabita Shunmugrapriya, Dr K. Sunitha Reddy, Ms F. Mary Priya for their scholarly contributions in materi

Rabindranath Tagore: A Retrospection

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Rabindranath Tagore is one of the greatest geniuses produced by India. He is a poet, dramatist, novelist, short-story writer, painter and musician, all rolled into one. His every work of art has a characteristic mark called 'Tagore'. He made the whole world feel the unique 'soul' of India. Life, love, mysticism, spirituality and Nature-all reverborate throughout his works. Tagore himself is a revolution-a great movement. The world takes centuries to understand the true spirit of Tagore. Like Valmiki, Tagore has seen the totality of life and expressed it in proper words, tunes and colours. We've brought out this book as a sincere tribute to Rabindranath Tagore during his 150th birth Anniversary Celebrations.

Perspectives on Indian Drama in English: Splenderous Reality

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Indian contribution to World Drama is immense. The dramatic powers of our Indian dramatists are matchless and their experiments with stage in traditional and modern age are wonderful. At the beginning stage our dramatists had British influence. Some of our plays are covered out of mythological stories. But later dramatists like Asif Curimbhoy, Badal Sircar, Vijay Tendulkar, Mahesh Dattani, Manjula Padmanabhan, Mohan Rakesh took Indian Drama to sublime heights. Drama should be examined, analysed and our synthesis of analysis should be brought out in the form of a book which will be helpful to scholars, critics and also dramatists in future. It is high time to read, think and retrospect the creative works of the Indian Dramatists in English. We wish that the scholarly articles included in the book will open new vistas to the voyage of Indian Drama in English. We thank all the contributors for their critical and thought provoking insights into the Indian Drama in English. We pay our tributes to Badal Sircar and Vijay Tendulkar for their magical contribution to the field of drama which has left an indelible impression in the hearts of readers, critics and audience all over the world. We dedicate this book to them.

The Said and The Unsaid Things of Indian Fiction in English

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Indian Fiction in English developed rapidly and also became a popular genre in Indian Literature in English and in World literature. With its vast variety of themes, subject matter, narrative technique and style it has won a unique place in the hearts of the literary lovers. The changing relationships in the changing world is well captured in the words, phrases, images and expressions by our writers. Our scholars and critics with their keen insight and critical perspectives brought out the issues that are discussed plainly and also the hidden issues suggested in the works of writers like Tagore, Shobha De, Shashi Deshpande, Santa Ram Rau, Gita Had Haraan, Chetan Bhagat, Basavaraj Naikar, Manoj Das, Kiran Desai, Maha Sweta Devi, Chaman Nahal, Rohinton Mistry, Amitav Ghosh, Manju Kapur and so on. Many scholars and critics instantly responded to our call for papers on Indian Fiction in English and contributed their critical musings to our anthology. We acknowledge the support of Dr N.K. Neb, Dr Basavaraj Naikar, Dr. Dilip K. Madhesiya, Dr. Satendra Kumar, Dr. Shyam S. Agarwalla, Prof Sudhir K. Arora, Dr M.G. Hegde, Dr M.S. Wankede, Dr Shobha Diwakar, Mr Grishma Khobragade, Mrs Kshama Shashidhar, Ms Kavitha Gopalakrishnan, Mr H.C.S. Chauhan, Mr Soukarja Ghosal, Mrs G. Sundari for their scholarly contribution in materialising this book.

Writers Editors Critics (WEC): Vol. 6, No. 2 (Sep. 2016)

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Writers Editors Critics (WEC) An International Biannual Refereed Journal of English Language and Literature Volume 6 Number 2 (September 2016) ISSN: 2231-198X Special Issue: a tribute to Indian poet Mahasweta Devi (14 January 1926 - 28 July 2016) A Poetic Tribute to Mahasweta Devi - K.V. Dominic Mahasweta Devi: Death cannot Claim a Valiant Soul - Ketaki Datta Mahasweta Devi: Fourth World Literature for Indigenous People-An Obituary - Ratan Bhattacharjee Charting the 'Subaltern' Terrain-The Outsider-Insider: Mahashweta Devi's "Pterodactyl" in Perspective - Poonam Sahay Aarti to Maha Shakthi - P. Gopichand & P. Nagasuseela Mahasweta Devi: Voice of the Deprived Millions - Manas Bakshi The Mourners of Mahasweta Devi: A Critical Analysis of Rudali - J. Pamela The Subaltern Woman and Woman as Subaltern: A Study of 34 Selected Works of Mahasweta Devi - Anisha Ghosh (Paul) A Critical Analysis of Mahasweta Devi's "Bharsaa" - Ramesh Chandra Mukhopadhyaya The Plight of Tribal People in Mahasweta Devi's "Shishu" (Children) Writers Editors Critics (WEC) is a research journal in English literature published from Thodupuzha, Kerala, India. It is the main product of Guild of Indian English Writers, Editors and Critics (GIEWEC), a non-profit registered society of Indian English writers, English language professors as well as PhD research scholars. The publisher is hence GIEWEC itself and editor is its secretary Prof. Dr. K.V. Dominic, a renowned English language poet, critic, short story writer and editor who has to his credit 27 books. It is truly a refereed journal which has got a screening committee consisting of eminent professors. The articles are sent first to the referees by the editor and only if they accept, the papers will be published. The journal is international in the sense each issue will have contributors from outside India. The singularity or specialty of this journal is that it has no thrust area. It is hence so accommodative that it publishes papers on all t
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