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The Novels of Rohinton Mistry: Critical Studies

Jaydipsinh K. Dodiya (Editor)
Synopsis The Novels of Rohinton Mistry: Critical Studies edited by Jaydipsinh Kisabhai Dodiya is a unique collection of scholarly essays on Rohinton Mistry's novels, which include such a long journey, a fine balance and family matters. Of different Parsi writers Rohinton Mistry, the socio-political novelist, has emerged as a formidable writer on the world literary scene. As an Indian who now lives and writes from Canada, he is a writer of the Indian Diaspora. Recently there has been a widespread growth of interest in his writings. The relation between literature and life seems the object of increased attention in his writings. His novels are closely linked with the social and political background of our country. His fiction brilliantly captures the crowded, throbbing life of India.
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About the author

Jaydipsinh K. Dodiya

Jaydipsinh Dodiya teaches at Surekhaben Hasmukhbhai Gardi Department of English and comparative literary studies, Saurashtra University, Rajkot (Gujarat). He has edited some books on Indian writing in English. His publications include The Plays of Girish Karnad, The Fiction of Shobha De, Critical Perspectives on Indian English Poetry, The Fiction of Rohinton Mistry, The Fiction of Anita Desai etc. Indian English fiction is the area of his special interest. Currently he is working on a project with a focus on Parsi novelists Rohinton Mistry, Bapsi Sidhwa, Firdaus Kanga and Famikh Dhondy. Recently, he visited Sri Lanka, Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia in connection with his academic pursuits.

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Title The Novels of Rohinton Mistry: Critical Studies
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Sarup & Sons
Language: English
isbn 8176254649
length xxi+144p., Notes; References; Index; 23cm.