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Raja Rao: The Master and His Moves

Jaydeep Sarangi (Editor)
Synopsis Raja Rao (b. 1908), India’s first modernist, is one of the three major novelists of Pre-Independence India. He showed how English could be moulded into tempo and rhythm of Indian experience. Raja Rao modified English syntax and structure to suit his purpose. Raja Rao, an iconoclast in many perspectives, brought an epic breadth of richness to Indian fiction. Raja Rao: The Master and his Moves is a collection of research articles from the pen of scholars on Raja Rao across the globe.
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About the author

Jaydeep Sarangi

Jaydeep Sarangi teaches English at Seva-Bharti Mahavidyalaya (Vidyasagar University), Midnapur (W.B.). He has been working for the UGC Research Project on Contemporaray Indian Englishg Poets. His publications include three full-length books: An Introduction to Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (second edd. 2004), Indian Novels in English: A Sociolinuistic Study (2005), An Introduction to English Language Teaching (2005). His areas of interest are: Indian Writing in English, Sociolinguistics, ELT and Australian poetry. He edits three research journals in English. He is one of the executive members of the Indian Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (IACLALS).

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Title Raja Rao: The Master and His Moves
Format Hardcover
Date published: 13.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Authors Press
Language: English
isbn 8172733690
length xiv+218p.