Modern Indian English

Modern Indian English

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Author: O P Mathur
Publisher: Abhinav Publications
Year: 1996
Language: English
Pages: 216
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8170173035


This selection from the articles and interviews by Professor O P Mathur presented at various national and international conferences and seminars and those published in various Indian and foreign journals and books covers a broad range of authors and themes. Out of Professor Mathur’s many articles on different subjects, this book presents a selection from his articles on Indian English fiction alone.

The papers contain original approaches and insights and the interviews bring out interesting and, in some cases, hitherto unknown information. It is hoped that the book will be of use to scholars, teachers and students of Indian English literature as much as to laymen who may be curious to know something about this important branch of Indian literature.



The Indian protagonist and the western experience 1
Mulk Raj Anand’s untouchables and Richard writht’s bigger thomas: A comparative study in social protest and affirmation
The Hero between: A comparative study of ngugi’s waiyaki and anand’s lalu
An appraoch to the problem of national integration in the novels of mulk raj anand
Two modern versions of the sita myth: Narayan and Anand
The west wind blows through malgudi
The Guide: A study in cultural ambivalence
The sepent vanishes: a study in raja rao’s treatment of the east-west theme
The east-west theme in comrade Kirillov
Existential overtones in Raja Rao’s comrade Kirillov
Survival and Affirmation in Arun Joshi’s Novels
The Existential Note in Arun Joshi’s the strange case of billy biswas and the apprentice
The Novels of Chaman Nahal
Margaret Chatterjee: A poet as story writer
After Nehru what? A perspective on Nayantara Sahgal’s a situation in New Delhi
The Nausea of Totalitarianism a note on Nayantara Sahgal’s Rich like us
Khushwant Singh’s Delhi: A gloss on history
Anand on society and literature excerpts from an interview
An interview with Saros Cowasjee
The short stories of Margarat Chatterjee an interview