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INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH 

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - SITUATING ‘INDIAN ENGLISH WRITING’

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - THE POETICS AND POLITICS OF ‘LANGUAGE’ AND INDIAN PROSE

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - CONTESTING ‘INDIANNESSS’ IN INDIAN NOVEL: CULTURE, LANGUAGE AND HISTORY

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - AESTHETICS OF SELF-FASHIONING AND INDIAN POETRY

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - INDIAN’ IDENTITY IN QUESTION AND THE EVOLUTION OF INDIAN DRAMA

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - SELF-FASHIONING AND THE ‘GENDER’ QUESTION

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - INDIANNESS’ AT CROSSROADS: DIASPORA, BORDER AND TRAVEL

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND/EVOLUTION OF INDIAN ENGLISH POETRY

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - NATURE IN THE WORKS OF EARLY INDIAN POETS WRITING IN ENGLISH (PRE-INDEPENDENCE ERA)

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - THE FEMALE IMAGINATION: EARLY INDIAN FEMINISM AND THE ROLE OF SOCIETY

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - IDENTITY/ HOME/ SPACE

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - MEMORY/VOICE

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - HISTORY/NATION/POLITICS

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - NEW EXPERIMENTATION IN INDIAN ENGLISH POETRY (MISCELLANEOUS THEMES)

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - INDIAN THEATRE IN ENGLISH: GENESIS AND EVOLUTION

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - RECREATING THE PAST: GIRISH KARNAD’S TUGHLAQ

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - ALTERNATIVE SEXUALITY: MAHESH DATTANI’S ON A MUGGY NIGHT IN MUMBAI AND BRAVELY FOUGHT THE QUEEN

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - SOCIO-POLITICAL UNREST: ABHISHEK MAJUMDAR’S THE DJINNS OF EIDGAH

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - TRADING THE HUMAN BODY: MANJULA PADMANABHAN’S HARVEST

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - ACTIVIST THEATRE IN INDIA: DINA MEHTA’S GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - WOMEN’S THEATRE IN INDIA: POILE SENGUPTA’S MANGALAM

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - A HISTORICAL STUDY OF THE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF INDIAN FICTION IN ENGLISH

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - MULK RAJ ANAND: UNTOUCHABLES

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - NATIONALISM AND RESISTANCE: RAJA RAO, KANTHAPURA

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - TOWARDS A NEW INDIAN CULTURE: POLITICAL FREEDOM AND MODERNITY: RABINDRANATH TAGORE – GORA

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - HISTORY, THE IDEA OF MYTH AND THE BURDEN OF HISTORY: SALMAN RUSHDIE – MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - SOCIAL ORDER AND LAW: THE WOMAN QUESTION: ARUNDHATI ROY – GOD OF SMALL THINGS

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - ENVIRONMENTALISM, DESTABILIZATION, GLOBALIZATION: AMITAV GHOSH – THE HUNGRY TIDE

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - AN INTRODUCTION TO LIFE WRITING IN INDIA: ITS FORMS AND DEVELOPMENT

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - MAHATMA GANDHI’S AUTOBIOGRAPHY THE STORY OF MY EXPERIMENTS WITH TRUTH

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - NATIONALISM/WOMEN/DOMESTICITY: SELECT LETTERS OF JAWAHARLAL NEHRU AND SAROJINI NAIDU

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH - BODY/SEXUALITY: KAMALA DAS’S MY STORY

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH – SAVAGING THE CIVILISED : VERRIER ELWIN, HIS TRIBALS AND INDIA BY RAMACHANDRA GUHA

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH –MY DAYS BY R.K NARAYAN

INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH –THE IMAM AND THE INDIAN BY AMITAV GHOSH

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