This book has compiled twenty five literary essays on diverse topics. These essays cover socio-cultural conditions and class-caste-consciousness in Indian society. Grishma Khobragade has elaborately pointed out how Indian Writers and their writings are incisive and it tears off all the hypocrisies and double standards of religion, media, politics and the dominant culture which perpetuate apartheid and caste-based cultural hegemony.
The corpus of the present book encompasses various authors in Indian writing in English. The author has succeeded in presenting a realistic picture of the rural India in their primary membership in various classes and communities. He analyses in his novel the lives of Dalits in particular, along with the axes of class, gender and identity. He presents the quest for self realization, craving for the happy life and crisis for identify.
The efforts have been made to explain how contemporary Indian English drama, fiction portray images of protagonists confined to rigid tradition and orthodoxy. The author has tried all his best to cover various writers in Indian Writing in English with a success although there are some limitations.
The book would be a helpful for the young scholars those who wish to seek researches in the field of Indian Writing in English as well for those who are determine to do researches in Dalit Literature and those who want to study and know the life of Dalits in India.
Publisher : Rigi Publication
Edition : 1
ISBN : 978-93-86447-20-3
Number of Pages : 268
Binding Type : Paperback
Paper Type : Cream Paper(58 GSM)
Language : English
Category : Nonfiction
Uploaded On : July 22,2017