Overview for Indian Writing in English
There are ten chapters in this book, which are collection of essays on fiction form Indian Writing in English title. The imagery of close observation, the trustworthiness of the senses and the significance of personal eye-witnessing by the curious inquirer frames the rhetoric of darkness and obscurity in the seventeenth-century travelogue. Every travelogue of the period begins with an emphasis on observation and the significance of eye-witnessing. Literature has become a whole alternative ideology, and the imagination itself, as with Blake and Shelley, becomes a political force. For D.H. Lawrence, emotions, personality and the ego were equally discredited, and must give way to the ruthlessly impersonal force of spontaneous creative life. The work of Rabindranath Tagore and Sri Aurobindo left indelible prints on the minds of Indian people. Mulk Raj Anand’s novel deal with the destiny of the working class in India, who are simple hearted man with a golden heart. His novels depict social, political and economic problems. His works expose the complex and variegated web of Indian life at various levels. The editor of this book has taken immense pain and labour for long period while compiling relevant and interesting piece of writing.