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Indian Writing in English: Voices from the Oblivion

 
Chhote Lal Khatri (Author)
Synopsis The present anthology of critical essays on Indian writers and their works hailing from a particular region is a ground breaking work in the sense that it offers new additions to the existing knowledge of Indian literature in English through K.R. Srinivasa Iyengar's Indian writing in English. In this way it is a new discovery. It points to the need of updating and revision of the history of Indian writing in English. The book comprising twenty five papers on writers like Dr. Rajendra Prasad, K.K. Sinha, Avadh Behari Lall, Raghubir Narayan from the nineteenth and the first half of the twentieth century and on contemporary writers like R.K. Singh, Tabish Khair, R.C. Prasad and others. It also includes selected poems of the poets studied here. Thus the book paves the way for further research on this line. The lovers and critics of Indian literature in English will find it highly informative and full of revelations.
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Chhote Lal Khatri

Dr. Chhote Lal Khatri born in 1965 in Jehanabad, Bihar, had his early education at local schools, graduated with Honours in English from College of Commerce, Patna and did his M.A. in English and Ph.D. from Patna University, Patna. His doctoral research was on "Vivekananda: An Appraisal (A Critique of his speeches and writings)" which was subsequently published by Prestige Books, New Delhi in the year 2000. He is a bilingual poet writing in English and Hindi. His first Hindi Poetry collection and second one in English are in Press. His poems are widely published and anthologized in India and abroad. He edits Cyber Literature, a biannual journal of international repute devoted to poetry and criticism. He is also one of the editors of his College magazine Sanket. He has to his credit about three dozen research papers and forty reviews. He was honoured and felicitated by Michal Madhusudan Academy, Kolkata for his book Kargil, in 2002. He is on the advisory board of A.B.I., U.S.A. His brief biographical note is included in several Directories of A.B.I., U.S.A. and I.B.C. England. He has been teaching English literature since 1993. Currently he is a lecturer in the Dept. of English T.P.S. College, Patna.

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Title Indian Writing in English: Voices from the Oblivion
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Book Enclave
Language: English
isbn 818152070X
length x+227p.