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Spectrum of Indian Writing in English

 
K.A. Agrawal (Author)
Synopsis Spectrum of Indian Writing in English presents a collection of twenty three research papers on Indian English literature that is wide ranging in nature, dealing with poetry, fiction, drama and critical trends. The book covers earlier writers, such as Toru Dutt, R.K. Narayan, Raja Rao as well as recent ones such as Nayantara Sahgal, R.R. Menon and Ann Bhalla. There are also some research papers on Contemporary Indian-English Fiction, Post-colonialism and Social transition in Indian English Fiction.
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About the author

K.A. Agrawal

Krishna Avtar Agrawal obtained his M.A. Degree from Lucknow University and Ph.D. degree from Meerut University. He started his teaching career as Lecturer in English in 1967. At present, he is Reader in English at Gurukul Kangri University, Hardwar (Uttaranchal). Dr. Agrawal has contributed a large number of research papers, articles and reviews to prestigious journals of India. He has published more than one dozen books on English and Indo-Anglian literatures. He has also edited two books on Swami Shraddhananda Saraswati- Socio-Political observations of Swami Shraddhananda and Editorial observations of Swami Shraddhananda. He has also co-edited two books- Swami Shraddhananda Ki Samkalin Tipanniya and Reflections on Indian English Literature. He has taken part in so many national seminars and conferences, and contributed research papers to them. At present, he is working on his forthcoming books on Raja Rao and Asif Currimbhoy.

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Bibliographic information

Title Spectrum of Indian Writing in English
Author K.A. Agrawal
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Book Enclave
Language: English
isbn 8181520610
length viii+262p.