Indian Writing in English: Papers Read at the Seminar on Indian English Held at the Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad, July 1972
Orient Longman, 1978 - English language - 260 pages
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accented American become British Central Institute character cline of bilingualism collocations communication context creative criticism culture deviations dialect dominant language educated English English English in India English language example expression fiction foreign language Hindi Hindu hybrid Hyderabad idiom Indian English Indian languages Indian writers Indo-Anglian Indo-Anglian literature Institute of English Kachru Kamala Markandaya Kanth Kanthapura Khushwant Singh Khushwant Singh's large number lexical items lingua franca linguistic lish literary Malgonkar Mano Majra modern mother tongue Mulk Raj Anand Muni native speakers non-native novel patterns phonetic phonological poetry problem Professor Punjabi question R. K. Narayan R.K. Narayan Raja Rao Rao's regional languages Santha Rama Rau second language sentences Shakespeare Singh speech spelling story structure style stylistic syntactic teachers teaching tion tradition Train to Pakistan translation uage unaccented University Urdu variety of English village words writing in English