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Mohit K. Ray (Ed.) (?):

Studies in Literature in English, Vol. XVII (2011) (?)

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Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2011. hardcover. New. This is the seventeenth volume in the series, Studies in Literature in English. The twenty-one essays in this volume cover a broad spectrum including British canonical authors from different eras like Milton, Keats, Arnold and Auden, as well as ‘new wave' science fiction writers like j.G. Ballard, while a look at a non-British European master, Hermann Hesse, adds a new strand to the collection. Furthermore, there are essays addressing a powerful mainstream American writer like Hemingway, as also the eminent black American author Toni Morrison. Apart from this, we have six essays on Indian authors, or authors of Indian origin, one comprehensive overview of the recent trends and concepts in the domain of comparative literature, and four theory-oriented discourses relating to I.A. Richards, modernism, deconstruction/ intertextuality and globalization respectively. The studies are as insightful and interesting as they are topical. It is fascinating to see how effectively the scholars, in their in-depth critical studies of the authors and texts from the varied range across lands, ages and cultures use modern ideas and perceptions. The volume shall be useful to the students and teachers of English literature, as well as researchers in this field. Contents : Preface; 1. Man's Character and its Paradigms in Paradise Lost– Shashi Kant Gupta; 2. ‘Ode to a Nightingale': A Deconstructive Approach–Bilal A. Shah; 3. Gorge in the Poetry of Matthew Arnold–Satendra Kumar; 4. W.H. Auden: Poet of the 193s–Nirmal Bajaj; 5. Realism in j.G. Ballard's Novel: The Kindness of Women–N.p. Khavare; 6. Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha: A Poetic Expression of Oriental Philosophy–S.B. Bhambar; 7. Depiction of Women in Hemingway's Short Stories–Samina Azhar; 8. Black is Valid: Toni Morrison's Beloved as a Statement on Black Identity–Mohineet Kaur Boparai; 9. Beyond Journalism: Reflections on Some Women Characters of K.A. Abbas–D.p. Sarkar; 1. The Motif of Journey: A Comparative View of Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha and Anita Desai's Matteo–S.B. Bhambar; 11. The Subaltern Can(not) Speak: A Study of Salman Rushdie's Shame–Devasree Chakravarti and G.A. Ghanshyam; 12. The Paradigm of Ambivalence in the Women Characters of Rohinton Mistry–Anita Myles; 13. The Discourse of Power and Violence in the Plays of Vijay Tendulkar–Anita Myles; 14. The Playwright as a Social Critic: A Critical Study of Vijay Tendulkar's Silence! The Court is in Session–S. John Peter Joseph; 15. A Study of The Glass Palace: The Saga of Beleaguered Humanity–Sanjay Solanki; 16. Voices of the Marginalized in Amitav Ghosh's The Hungry Tide–J. Vijayalakshmi; 17. Comparative Literature: Concepts and Recent Trends–T.M.j. Indramohan; 18. The Background of I.A. Richards' Literary Criticism–Ashok Kumar; 19. Modernism and Modernist Canon–Pradip Kumar Dey; 2. Deconstruction and Intertextuality: Echoes of Meaning–Rasool Khezerloo; 21. Poetry in the Age of Globalization–Shubha Tiwari; Contributors Printed Pages: 219.
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Mohit K. Ray (Ed.) (?):

Studies in Literature in English, Vol. 7 (2004) (?)

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Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2004. hardcover. New. Here is the seventh Volume of Studies in Literature in English brought out in response to the growing demand for the series. Starting with the good old Shakespeare of perennial interest the essays included in this Volume shed new light on Milton, the great classical writer, Wordsworth and Coleridge, the great Romantics, Browning, and Hardy, two great Victorians and Conrad, Lawrence and Eliot, the eminent Moderns. The essays also re-evaluate the great American masters: Edgar Allan Poe, Joyce Carol Oates, Walt Whitman, Sarah Orne Jewett, Ernest Hemingway, Yvor Winters, Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, James Baldwin, John Steinbeck, Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams, Sylvia Plath, Jerzy Kosinski, Mark Strand and Sandra Lunnon. The Volume covers not only a wide range of authors and subjects but also offers a rich variety of aesthetic relish through treatments of Nobel Laureates, confessional poets, Black American writers and the Jewish writers, among others. Since most of the authors discussed here in the light of modern criticism are prescribed in the Universities in India, both the teachers and the students will find this Volume quite useful and stimulating and, needless to say, anybody interested in literature will enjoy these essays for their refreshingly original approaches to the canonical authors. Printed Pages: 248. Studies in Literature in English, Vol. 7Mohit K. Ray (Ed.)9788126903320.
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Mohit K. Ray (Ed.) (?):

Studies in Literature in English, Vol. 7 (2004) (?)

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Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2004. hardcover. New. Here is the seventh Volume of Studies in Literature in English brought out in response to the growing demand for the series. Starting with the good old Shakespeare of perennial interest the essays included in this Volume shed new light on Milton, the great classical writer, Wordsworth and Coleridge, the great Romantics, Browning, and Hardy, two great Victorians and Conrad, Lawrence and Eliot, the eminent Moderns. The essays also re-evaluate the great American masters: Edgar Allan Poe, Joyce Carol Oates, Walt Whitman, Sarah Orne Jewett, Ernest Hemingway, Yvor Winters, Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, James Baldwin, John Steinbeck, Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams, Sylvia Plath, Jerzy Kosinski, Mark Strand and Sandra Lunnon. The Volume covers not only a wide range of authors and subjects but also offers a rich variety of aesthetic relish through treatments of Nobel Laureates, confessional poets, Black American writers and the Jewish writers, among others. Since most of the authors discussed here in the light of modern criticism are prescribed in the Universities in India, both the teachers and the students will find this Volume quite useful and stimulating and, needless to say, anybody interested in literature will enjoy these essays for their refreshingly original approaches to the canonical authors. Printed Pages: 248. Studies in Literature in English, Vol. 7Mohit K. Ray (Ed.)9788126903320.
9788126903320 - Mohit K Roy: Studies in Literature in English : Volume VII
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Mohit K Roy (?):

Studies in Literature in English : Volume VII (?)

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Contents: Preface. 1. The supernatural and the atmosphere in Hamlet/Kuldeep Kumar and Gajendra Kumar. 2. Milton's Satan: a Marxist perspective/KH. Kunjo Singh. 3. The concept of imagination in Wordsworth and Coleridge/Anjani Kumar. 4. Browning and his poems on art/Jayanta Bhattacharya. 5. Thomas Hardy's Tess: a portrayal of Tess's murder more than Alec's/Mallikarjun Patil. 6. Conrad distracted over Romance/R.N. Sarkar. 7. Sun: a critical analysis/Shabnam Firdaus. 8. The ambiguity of Emotion in T.S. Eliot and Indian aesthetics/Akhileshwar Thakur. 9. The influence of T.S. Eliot on modern Indian poetry/Shyamsundar Padihari. 10. Gothic resonances: the fiction of Edgar Allan Poe and Joyce Carol Oates/D. Ramakrishna. 11. Concept of democracy in the poetry of Walt Whitman/Manju Chaturvedi. 12. Nature and the politics of its representation: a reading of Sarah Orne Jewett's The Country of the Pointed Firs/Ashok K. Mohapatra. 13. The narrative techniques of Hemingway's Short Story: a critical revaluation/Adli H.M. Abdeljaber. 14. Yvor winters an evolving critic/Fed Mathew. 15. The problem of alienation among the Negro women as depicted in the novels of Langston Hughes Richard Wright and James Baldwin/Nisha Gupta. 16. The world of Steinbeck: myths legends and literary naturalism/S.D. Sharma. 17. The portrayal of a nation threatened by war in Tennessee Williams's The Demolition Downtown/K. Balachandran. 18. Intertextuality of dramatic discourse: a study through Miller's All My Sons and Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire/Ram Narayan Panda. 19. Humanism in Hersey'sThe War Lover/Aviram Singh. 20. Ethical concern in Miller/Gajendra Kumar. 21. Autobiographical elements in Sylvia Plath's Short Story Ocean 1212 W/N.B. Masal. 22. Hybridity in Kosinski's The Hermit of 69 Street/Amiya Kumar Patra. 23. Elusivenes of self in Mark Strand's poetry/Dilip Bhatt. 24. Death in Sandra Lunnon's poetry/Susheel Kumar Sharma. Here is the seventh Volume of Studies in Literature in English brought out in response to the growing demand for the series. Starting with the good old Shakespeare of perennial interest the essays included in this volume shed new light on Milton the great classical writer Wordsworth and Coleridge the great Romantics Browning and Hardy two great Victorians and Conrad Lawrence and Eliot the eminent Moderns. The essays also re evaluate the great American masters: Edgar Allan Poe Joyce Carol Oates Walt Whitman Sarah Orne Jewett Ernest Hemingway Yvor Winters Langston Hughes Richard Wright James Baldwin John Steinbeck Arthur Miller Tennessee Williams Sylvia Plath Jerzy Kosinski Mark Strand and Sandra Lunnon. The volume covers not only a wide range of authors and subjects but also offers a rich variety of aesthetic relish through treatments of Nobel Laureates confessional poets Black American writers and the Jewish writers among others. Since most of the authors discussed here in the light of modern criticism are prescribed in the Universities in India both the teachers and the students will find this volume quite useful and stimulating and needless to say anybody interested in literature will enjoy these essays for their refreshingly original approaches to the canonical authors. 240 pp.
9788126903320 - Mohit K Roy: Studies in Literature in English : Volume VII
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Mohit K Roy (?):

Studies in Literature in English : Volume VII (?)

ISBN: 9788126903320 (?) or 8126903325, Band: 7, in english, Atlantic, Used.

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Contents: Preface. 1. The supernatural and the atmosphere in Hamlet/Kuldeep Kumar and Gajendra Kumar. 2. Milton's Satan: a Marxist perspective/KH. Kunjo Singh. 3. The concept of imagination in Wordsworth and Coleridge/Anjani Kumar. 4. Browning and his poems on art/Jayanta Bhattacharya. 5. Thomas Hardy's Tess: a portrayal of Tess's murder more than Alec's/Mallikarjun Patil. 6. Conrad distracted over Romance/R.N. Sarkar. 7. Sun: a critical analysis/Shabnam Firdaus. 8. The ambiguity of Emotion in T.S. Eliot and Indian aesthetics/Akhileshwar Thakur. 9. The influence of T.S. Eliot on modern Indian poetry/Shyamsundar Padihari. 10. Gothic resonances: the fiction of Edgar Allan Poe and Joyce Carol Oates/D. Ramakrishna. 11. Concept of democracy in the poetry of Walt Whitman/Manju Chaturvedi. 12. Nature and the politics of its representation: a reading of Sarah Orne Jewett's The Country of the Pointed Firs/Ashok K. Mohapatra. 13. The narrative techniques of Hemingway's Short Story: a critical revaluation/Adli H.M. Abdeljaber. 14. Yvor winters an evolving critic/Fed Mathew. 15. The problem of alienation among the Negro women as depicted in the novels of Langston Hughes Richard Wright and James Baldwin/Nisha Gupta. 16. The world of Steinbeck: myths legends and literary naturalism/S.D. Sharma. 17. The portrayal of a nation threatened by war in Tennessee Williams's The Demolition Downtown/K. Balachandran. 18. Intertextuality of dramatic discourse: a study through Miller's All My Sons and Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire/Ram Narayan Panda. 19. Humanism in Hersey'sThe War Lover/Aviram Singh. 20. Ethical concern in Miller/Gajendra Kumar. 21. Autobiographical elements in Sylvia Plath's Short Story Ocean 1212 W/N.B. Masal. 22. Hybridity in Kosinski's The Hermit of 69 Street/Amiya Kumar Patra. 23. Elusivenes of self in Mark Strand's poetry/Dilip Bhatt. 24. Death in Sandra Lunnon's poetry/Susheel Kumar Sharma. Here is the seventh Volume of Studies in Literature in English brought out in response to the growing demand for the series. Starting with the good old Shakespeare of perennial interest the essays included in this volume shed new light on Milton the great classical writer Wordsworth and Coleridge the great Romantics Browning and Hardy two great Victorians and Conrad Lawrence and Eliot the eminent Moderns. The essays also re evaluate the great American masters: Edgar Allan Poe Joyce Carol Oates Walt Whitman Sarah Orne Jewett Ernest Hemingway Yvor Winters Langston Hughes Richard Wright James Baldwin John Steinbeck Arthur Miller Tennessee Williams Sylvia Plath Jerzy Kosinski Mark Strand and Sandra Lunnon. The volume covers not only a wide range of authors and subjects but also offers a rich variety of aesthetic relish through treatments of Nobel Laureates confessional poets Black American writers and the Jewish writers among others. Since most of the authors discussed here in the light of modern criticism are prescribed in the Universities in India both the teachers and the students will find this volume quite useful and stimulating and needless to say anybody interested in literature will enjoy these essays for their refreshingly original approaches to the canonical authors. 240 pp.
9788126903320 - Mohit K. Ray (Ed.): Studies in Literature in English, Vol. 7
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Mohit K. Ray (Ed.) (?):

Studies in Literature in English, Vol. 7 (2004) (?)

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Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2004. hardcover. New. Here is the seventh Volume of Studies in Literature in English brought out in response to the growing demand for the series. Starting with the good old Shakespeare of perennial interest the essays included in this Volume shed new light on Milton, the great classical writer, Wordsworth and Coleridge, the great Romantics, Browning, and Hardy, two great Victorians and Conrad, Lawrence and Eliot, the eminent Moderns. The essays also re-evaluate the great American masters: Edgar Allan Poe, Joyce Carol Oates, Walt Whitman, Sarah Orne Jewett, Ernest Hemingway, Yvor Winters, Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, James Baldwin, John Steinbeck, Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams, Sylvia Plath, Jerzy Kosinski, Mark Strand and Sandra Lunnon. The Volume covers not only a wide range of authors and subjects but also offers a rich variety of aesthetic relish through treatments of Nobel Laureates, confessional poets, Black American writers and the Jewish writers, among others. Since most of the authors discussed here in the light of modern criticism are prescribed in the Universities in India, both the teachers and the students will find this Volume quite useful and stimulating and, needless to say, anybody interested in literature will enjoy these essays for their refreshingly original approaches to the canonical authors. Printed Pages: 248.
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Mohit K. Ray (Ed.) (?):

Studies in Literature in English, Vol. 7 (2004) (?)

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Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2004. hardcover. New. Here is the seventh Volume of Studies in Literature in English brought out in response to the growing demand for the series. Starting with the good old Shakespeare of perennial interest the essays included in this Volume shed new light on Milton, the great classical writer, Wordsworth and Coleridge, the great Romantics, Browning, and Hardy, two great Victorians and Conrad, Lawrence and Eliot, the eminent Moderns. The essays also re-evaluate the great American masters: Edgar Allan Poe, Joyce Carol Oates, Walt Whitman, Sarah Orne Jewett, Ernest Hemingway, Yvor Winters, Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, James Baldwin, John Steinbeck, Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams, Sylvia Plath, Jerzy Kosinski, Mark Strand and Sandra Lunnon. The Volume covers not only a wide range of authors and subjects but also offers a rich variety of aesthetic relish through treatments of Nobel Laureates, confessional poets, Black American writers and the Jewish writers, among others. Since most of the authors discussed here in the light of modern criticism are prescribed in the Universities in India, both the teachers and the students will find this Volume quite useful and stimulating and, needless to say, anybody interested in literature will enjoy these essays for their refreshingly original approaches to the canonical authors. Printed Pages: 248.
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Mohit K. Ray (Ed.) (?):

Studies in Literature in English, Vol. 7 (2004) (?)

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Here is the seventh Volume of Studies in Literature in English brought out in response to the growing demand for the series. Starting with the good old Shakespeare of perennial interest the essays included in this Volume shed new light on Milton, the great classical writer, Wordsworth and Coleridge, the great Romantics, Browning, and Hardy, two great Victorians and Conrad, Lawrence and Eliot, the eminent Moderns. The essays also re-evaluate the great American masters: Edgar Allan Poe, Joyce Carol Oates, Walt Whitman, Sarah Orne Jewett, Ernest Hemingway, Yvor Winters, Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, James Baldwin, John Steinbeck, Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams, Sylvia Plath, Jerzy Kosinski, Mark Strand and Sandra Lunnon. The Volume covers not only a wide range of authors and subjects but also offers a rich variety of aesthetic relish through treatments of Nobel Laureates, confessional poets, Black American writers and the Jewish writers, among others. Since most of the authors discussed here in the light of modern criticism are prescribed in the Universities in India, both the teachers and the students will find this Volume quite useful and stimulating and, needless to say, anybody interested in literature will enjoy these essays for their refreshingly original approaches to the canonical authors. Printed Pages: 248.
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Mohit K Ray (?):

Studies In Literature In English Vol 17 (2012) (?)

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Studies in Literature in English (?)

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