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Contemporary Contemplations on Indian Writing in English

Suresh Frederick (Author) Samuel Rufus (Author)

The primacy of contemplation is at the heart of contemporary literary studies. Be it philosophical, or aesthetic or critical - contemplations seeks to emphasise the critical role played by active cognition, perception and imagination in literary studies. As Theory cannot be understood in isolation without praxis, contemplations cannot be understood in isolation without properly contextualizing them. The scholarly articles in this volume are representative of the pertinent problems and the obvious contradictions inherent in Indian Writing in English - the gendered subaltern, counter-discourses, patriarchal conditioning, conflict of values, sense of belongingness, slums and the opium dens, third world feminism, fairy-tale narratives, eco-self, existential angst of women in the Indian context, Irony, Anarchy, Absurdity, the Diaspora, the contemporary Indian woman, Dalit studies, Tribal studies and other marginalised literature and the concept of the Nation.

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Title Contemporary Contemplations on Indian Writing in English
Format Hardcover
Date published: 02.06.2017
Edition 1st.ed.
Publisher Authorspress
Language: English
isbn 9789352074549
length 224p.