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COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA 

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - DRAMA IN INDIA: AN INTRODUCTION

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - SANSKRIT DRAMA: AN OVERVIEW

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - ANCIENT TAMIL DRAMA: AN OVERVIEW

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - NATYASHASTRA AND RASA

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - KALIDASA: ABHIGNANA SHAKUNTALAM

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - SUDRAKA: MRICHHAKATIKA

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - CLASSICAL WESTERN DRAMA: ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - RISE OF BHASHA: GREAT TRADITIONS AND LITTLE TRADITIONS, WESTERN IMPACT AND INDIAN RESPONSE, CULTURAL POLITICS AND HYBRIDITY

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - THEATRE: ARCHITECTURE, APPARATUS, ACTING; CENSORSHIP AND SPECTATORSHIP, TRANSLATIONS AND ADAPTATIONS

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - PARSI THEATRE; REGIONAL THEATRE

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - DINABANDHU MOITRA: NEEL DARPAN

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - GURJADA APPA RAO: KANYASULKAM

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - RABINDRANATH TAGORE: THEORY AND PLAYS: POST OFFICE/MUKTADHARA/RAKTA KARABI/CHITRA

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - ASIAN DRAMA FORMS: JAPAN – NOH, KABUKI

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - SOUTH-ASIAN RAMAKIEN

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - IMPACT OF MARXISM AND FREUDIAN PSYCHOANALYSIS

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - NATIONALISM AND POPULAR SENTIMENT BHARATI SARABHAI: THE WELL OF THE PEOPLE

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - BIJON BHATTACHARYA: NABANNA

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - UTPAL DUTT: KALLOL

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - WRITING THE COLONY: TOM STOPPARD: INDIAN INK

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - NEW PERFORMATIVE AMBIENCE, THEORY AND PERFORMANCE, PRODUCTIONS

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - THEATRE STYLES AND GROUP THEATRE MOVEMENT

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - DHARAMVIR BHARATI: ANDHA YUG

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - VIJAY TENDULKAR: SHANTATA, COURT CHALU AAHE

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - BADAL SIRCAR: MICCHIL (THEATRE OF THE OPPRESSED: AUGUSTO BOAL)

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - MOHAN RAKESH: ASHAD KA EK DIN

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - RATAN THIYYAM: CHAKRAVYUH/ UTTARPRIYADASHI; KANHAILAL HEISNAM PEBET

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - DINA MEHTA: BRIDES ARE NOT FOR BURNING; SHAONLI MITRA: NATHABATI ANANTHABAT

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA – FORMS AS LANGUAGE STREET THEATRE IN INDIA

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA – HABIB TANVEER’S CHARANDAS CHOR AND DAKXIN BAJRANGE CHHARA BUDHAN BOLTA HAI

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA – MAHESH DATTANI: TARA

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - SATISH ALEKAR’S BEGUM BARVE

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA - VINODINI: DAHAM

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA – GIRISH KARNAD “BROKEN IMAGES”

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE: DRAMA IN INDIA – MANJULA PADMANABHAN: HARVEST

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