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THOMAS HARDY'S FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD
L. N. Gupta (Ed.)


ISBN 81-89293-50-8 First Edition 2008
pp 406 Paperback Price : INR 160.00


This novel is one of Hardy’s very best mixing genres like the pastoral,
the ballad, the gothic, and the grotesque. The introduction sites
Hardy within the Victorian context with a study of his tragic vision.


STUDIES IN THOMAS HARDY'S FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD
S. Ahmed


ISBN 978-93-80145-12-9 First Edition 2009
pp 390 Paperback Price : INR 160.00


This edition includes an efficient introduction to Hardy’s novel, along
with ten sections on different important aspects of the novel like
pastoralism, role of chance and circumstances, rustic voices and
others, intended to cater to an initiate’s interests and understanding.


JANE AUSTEN’S PRIDE & PREJUDICE: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL
Shubh Brat Sarkar (Ed.)


ISBN 81-89293-59-1 Second Edition 2010
pp 558 Paperback Price : INR 225.00


The book contains the full text of Austen’s novel with critical notes
and15 articles on various aspects of the novel and its background
which the students should find immensely helpful.


DELIBERATIONS ON JAMES JOYCE’S
A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN
Sacaria Joseph (Ed.)


ISBN 81-89293-51-6 Second Edition 2010
pp 312 Paperback Price : INR 195.00


The book discusses fundamental aspects of Joyce’s novel from
different critical standpoints with special references to tenets of
modernism and the stream-of-consciousness narrative technique.


STUDIES IN ALDOUS HUXLEY'S BRAVE NEW WORLD
Dr. L. Rahaman


ISBN 81-89293-36-2 First Edition 2009
pp 136 Paperback Price : INR 150.00


This book insightfully explores different aspects of Aldous Huxley’s
celebrated novel, Brave New World.


THOMAS HARDY'S THE RETURN OF THE NATIVE: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL
Dr. Anasuya Bhar (Ed.)


ISBN 978-93-80145-40-2 First Edition 2010
pp 476 Paperback Price : INR 175.00


This edition contains an authoritative text of Hardy’s novel along
with critical essays covering a wide range of topics relating to the
novel in a student-friendly way.


ALEXENDRE DUMA'S THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO
Shubh Brat Sarkar (Introduction & Notes)


ISBN 978-93-80145-03-7 First Edition 2009
pp 968 Paperback Price : INR 250.00


This is the greatest thrillers of all times. The book is well-introduced
with a chronology of important events in the author’s life.


DANIEL DEFOE’S ROBINSON CRUSOE: TEXT, CONTEXT & CRITICISM
Nitai Saha & Jaydip Sarkar (Ed.)


ISBN 978-93-80145-18-1 First Edition 2009
pp 374 Paperback Price : INR 175.00


The edition contains Defoe’s text with critical essays on thematic
and technical aspects of the novel, focusing on its different readings
at different ages with their specific cultural agendas.


EMILY BRONTE’S WUTHRING HEIGHTS: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL
Manisha Sarkar (Ed.)


First Edition 2011 (IN PRESS)
Paperback Price : INR 150.00


The book contains the full text of Emily Bronte’s novel with critical
notes and articles on various aspects of the novel and its background
which the students should find immensely helpful.


JOHN FOWLE’S FRENCH LIEUTENANT’S WOMAN
Pradipta Mukherjee


ISBN 978-93-80145-38-9 First Edition 2010
pp 210 Paperback Price : INR 150.00


The book contains essays which address the multiplicity of responses
that Fowles’ novel expected to invite. Diverse critical perspectives
including post-modernity, self-reflexivity, intertextuality and others
incorporated to unearth myriad strands of the text.