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Arun Joshi's Fiction: Self in Exile

Abdul Saleem (Author)
Synopsis The book offers a comprehensive critical analysis of Arun Joshi's novels and short stories.  The central focus of Arun Joshi's fiction is in the 'self' irretrievably lost in the labyrinth of industrialized and dehumanized society.  The protagonist of Arun Joshi feels helpless, isolated and dispossessed.  In all five chapters off the book, the major concerns of Arun Joshi viz., existential predicament, alienation, dispossession, rootlessness, angst, loneliness and facelessness have been discussed.  These concerns are contextualized with textual and authentic secondary source evidence.  In terms of India socio-culturral situations.  The book, it is hoped, will be appreciated by students, researchers and scholars alike. It would also be a valuable addition to the analytical and interpretative works on Arun Joshi.
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About the author

Abdul Saleem

Dr. Abdul Saleem did his M.A. in English Literature from Aligarh Muslim University.  Aligarh and obtained Ph.D. from Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad (Maharashtra).  Presently working in the Department of English, Government Degree College, Gulbarga (Karnataka).  He was on visiting Faculty of Department of English, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga for three years.  His areas of interest are Indian writing in English and Post-Colonial Literature.  He presented scholarly papers in National and International seminars and conferences.  He translates from Urdu, English and Hindi.  He guides research students. 

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Bibliographic information

Title Arun Joshi's Fiction: Self in Exile
Author Abdul Saleem
Format Hardcover
Date published: 27.01.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Creative Books
Language: English
isbn 8180430413
length 171p., References; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.