Indian Review Of Books

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London Review Of Books

Author by : Jane Hindle
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Description : Erudite, witty and often controversial, The London Review of Books informs and entertains its readers with a fortnightly dose of the best and liveliest of all things cultural. This anthology brings together some of the most memorable pieces from recent years, includes Alan Bennett's Diary, Christopher Hitchens on Bill Clinton's presidency, Terry Castle's hotly-debated reading of Jane Austen's letters, Jerry Fodor taking issue with Richard Dawkins on evolution, Victor Kiernan on treason, Jenny Diski musing on death, Stephen Frears' adventures in Hollywood, Linda Colley on Nancy Reagan, Frank Kermode on Paul de Man and much much more.


Indian Book Industry

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New Perspectives On Indian English Writings

Author by : Malti Agarwal
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Description : New Perspectives On Indian English Writings Is A Collection Of Thirty-Eight Research Papers On Various Fictionists, Dramatists And Poets Of Indian Origin. These Papers, Contributed By Scholars And Teachers Of Repute, Study In Depth The Major Works Of The Pioneers As Well As Emerging Indian Authors, Writing In English. The Writers Included In This Volume Are Kamala Markandaya, Jhumpa Lahiri, Shashi Deshpande, Nayantara Sahgal, Girish Karnad, Manju Kapur, Bharati Mukherjee, R.K. Narayan, Salman Rushdie, Arundhati Roy, Gita Mehta, Kamala Das, Nissim Ezekiel, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala And Many Others. The Wide Range Of The Authors, Covered In This Volume, Makes It Useful For Researchers, Teachers And Postgraduate Students, Studying In Various Universities Of India.


Translating India

Author by : Rita Kothari
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Description : The cultural universe of urban, English-speaking middle class in India shows signs of growing inclusiveness as far as English is concerned. This phenomenon manifests itself in increasing forms of bilingualism (combination of English and one Indian language) in everyday forms of speech - advertisement jingles, bilingual movies, signboards, and of course conversations. It is also evident in the startling prominence of Indian Writing in English and somewhat less visibly, but steadily rising, activity of English translation from Indian languages. Since the eighties this has led to a frenetic activity around English translation in India's academic and literary circles. Kothari makes this very current phenomenon her chief concern in Translating India. The study covers aspects such as the production, reception and marketability of English translation. Through an unusually multi-disciplinary approach, this study situates English translation in India amidst local and global debates on translation, representation and authenticity. The case of Gujarati - a case study of a relatively marginalized language - is a unique addition that demonstrates the micro-issues involved in translation and the politics of language. Rita Kothari teaches English at St. Xavier's College, Ahmedabad (Gujarat), where she runs a translation research centre on behalf of Katha. She has published widely on literary sociology, postcolonialism and translation issues. Kothari is one of the leading translators from Gujarat. Her first book (a collaboration with Suguna Ramanathan) was on English translation of Gujarati poetry (Modern Gujarati Poetry: A Selection, Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi, 1998). Her English translation of the path-breaking Gujarati Dalit novel Angaliyat is in press (The Stepchild, Oxford University Press). She is currently working on an English translation of Gujarati short stories by women of Gujarat, a study of the nineteenth-century narratives of Gujarat, and is also engaged in a project on the Sindhi identity in India.


All Asia Review Of Books

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The Vintage Book Of Modern Indian Literature

Author by : Amit Chaudhuri
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Description : A richly diverse anthology capturing a broad array of Indian writing from the 1850s to the present day offers selected works by thirty-eight authors, including contributions by Salman Rushdie, Vikram Seth, Rabindranath Tagore, R. K. Narayan, Bibhuit Bhushan Banerjee, Pankaj Mishra, and others. Original. 17,500 first printing.


A Review Of Education In India 1947 61

Author by : National Council of Educational Research and Training (India)
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Indian Book Reporter

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Review Of The Trade Of India

Author by : India. Commercial Intelligence Department
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The Conch Review Of Books

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Indian Review

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The Indian Review

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Indian Economic Review

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All India Co Operative Review

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Description : Review includes the proceedings of conferences and congresses on cooperation.


50 Years Of Indian Writing

Author by : Rajinder Kumar Dhawan
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Description : Several Writers Through Salman Rushdie, Vikram Seth, Amitav Ghosh, Anita Desai, Arundathi Roy, Girish Karnad, Nirad Chaudhari. Mahasweta Devi Hold Centrestage In The Contemporary Scenario. The Post-1947 Period Indeed Has Registered A Remarkable Growth, Especially In The Area Of Fiction. The Volume Is A Tribute To The Post-Independence Indian Writing In Its Multi-Faceted Aspects.