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STUDIES IN INDIAN POETRY IN ENGLISH
Prof. Benoy Kumar Banerjee & Kaustav Bakshi (Ed.)

 

ISBN 81-89293-57-5 First Edition 2008
pp 144 Paperback Price : INR 100.00
 

This book is meant to take the reader on a guided tour to some
celebrated poems by some distinguished Indian poets writing in
English.


INDO-ANGLIAN LITERATURE: PAST TO PRESENT
Dr. Ketaki Datta (Ed.)


ISBN 81-89293-35-4 Second Edition 2011
pp 502 Paperback Price : INR 395.00
 

This is a collection of essays on Indo-Anglian authors from the pre-
Independence days to the present. The essays are assembled
under five categories: Fiction,Poetry,Drama, Indian Literatures in
Translation and New Writings.


INDIAN ENGLISH POETRY
IDENTITY REPRESENTATION AND AUTHENTICITY
Jaydeep Sarangi (Ed.)


ISBN 978-93-80145-71-6 First Edition 2011
pp 234 Paperback Price : INR 195.00
 

The book examines the widely varying styles and expressive
elegance of the Indian poets writing in English, encouraging the
readers to explore it further.


KAMALA DAS AND HER POETRY
Jaydip Sarkar (Ed.)


ISBN 978-93-80145-19-8 First Edition 2009
pp 132 Paperback  Price : INR 130.00
 

The book seeks to provide ‘dispersed meditations’ on the poetic
genius of Kamala Das with critical essays rich in textual references.


STUDIES IN MAHESH DATTANI'S BRAVELY FOUGHT THE QUEEN
Sagar Taranga Mandal


ISBN 81-89293-67-2 First Edition 2009
pp 136 Paperback Price : INR 120.00
 

The essays in the book chart out with clarity the creative odyssey of
Mahesh Dattani, a versatile playwright of modern India, with a special
focus on his Bravely Fought the Queen.


TENDULKAR’S SILANCE: THE COURT IS IN SESSION
A STUDY IN PERSPECTIVES
Dr. L. Rahman


ISBN 978-93-80145-72-3 First Edition 2010
pp 112 Paperback Price : INR 90.00
 

This is an incisive and intimate study of Vijay Tendulkar’s celebrated
play showing how different theories can be used to interpret the
text.


STUDIES IN R K NARAYAN'S THE ENGLISH TEACHER
Nitai Saha, Jaydip Sarkar


ISBN 978-93-80145-00-6 First Edition 2009
pp 152 Paperback Price : INR 120.00


This book includes critical essays highlighting R.K.Narayan’s novel
as a powerful post-colonial text cutting across the Western
stereotyping of India and underscoring the cultural hybridity of the
Indian reality.


INDIAN ENGLISH FICTION: A READER
Sarbojit Biswas (Ed.)


ISBN 978-81-89293-71-0 First Edition 2009
pp 272 Paperback Price : INR 295.00


The book seeks to analyse how the notions about Indian history and
Indian nationhood are reformulated in Indian English Fiction through
different perspectives.


UNDERSTANDING INDIA: Studies in Indian English Fiction
Arnab Bhattacharya (Ed.)


ISBN 978-93-80145-39-6 First Edition 2010
pp 178 Paperback Price : INR 225.00


This is an anthology of articles delving painstakingly into the Indian
identity through the prism of Indian English Fiction.


THEATER OF POWER
Smita Paul


ISBN 978-93-80145-54-9 First Edition 2010
pp 98 Paperback Price : INR 150.00


This is a discerning study of two of Vijay Tendulkar’s most celebrated
plays Silence!the Court is in Session and Ghasiram Kotwal within
the framework of Michel Foucalt’s “Power/Knowledge” theory.


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