Whether English is really an Indian langauge or not may be difficult to answer. But English in India is surely a distinct and fast-expanding culture. In this first-ever book on Indian English film, Sreetilak draws a colourful and accurate picture of the social life of English in India, showing the significant ways films and fiction in Indian English correspond to each other and respond together to the emergent new English India.
In This Unparalleled Collection Of Short Stories, The Harpercollins Book Of New Indian Fiction Presents An Absorbing View Of One Of The Most Fertile Literary Landscapes In The World. Traversing Continents And Orbits, Styles And Themes, In Rich, Original And Frequently Surprising Ways, The Stories Testify To The Range And Depth Of Indian Writing In English. Variously Lyric, Satiric, Tragic And Fantastic, They Are Unified In Their Vigour And Humanity. The Anthology Features A Rich Assortment Of Voices From Both New Authors And Established Names Including Abraham Verghese, Manju Kapur, Githa Hariharan And Amitava Kumar. With An Insightful Introduction By Khushwant Singh, One Of India S Foremost Literary Personalities, This Is The Definitive Survey Of A Lively Modern Scene.
This Selection From The Articles And Interviews By Professor O. P. Mathur Presented At Various National And International Conferences And Seminars And Those Published In Various Indian And Foreign Journals And Books Covers A Broad Range Of Authors And Themes. Out Of Professor Mathur S Many Articles On Different Subjects, This Book Presents A Selection From His Articles On Indian English Fiction Alone. The Papers Contain Original Approaches And Insights And The Interviews Bring Out Interesting And, In Some Cases, Hitherto Unknown Information. It Is Hoped That The Book Will Be Of Use To Scholars, Teachers And Students Of Indian English Literature As Much As To Laymen Who May Be Curious To Know Something About This Important Branch Of Indian Literature.