A History of Indian Literature, 500-1399: From Courtly to the Popular
Sahitya Akademi, 2005 - Indic literature - 302 pages
The Present Volume Deals With The First Nine Hundred Years Of The Medieval Period Of Indian Literary History.A History Of Indian Literature Is An Account Of The Literary Activities Of The Indian People Carried Through In Many Languages And Under Different Social Conditions. It Is The Story Of A Multilingual Literature, A Plurality Of Linguistic Expressions And Cultural Experience And Also Of The Remarkable Unity Underlying Them.
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The Poetry of Ecstasy
The World of Sanskrit Plays and Other Traditions
The Prose Narratives and the Short Verses
Transcreations of the Epics
Literature of the NonConformists
Krishna and Radha
Innovations in Modern Indian Languages
Developments in Modern Indian Languages
The Spaces in Medieval Indian Literature
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