Myth And History In Contemporary Indian Novel In English
Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Limited, Jan 1, 2000 - History in literature - 203 pages
Myth-History Combine Marks The Ruling Motive Of The Contemporary Indian Novel In English.In Amitav Ghosh S The Circle Of Reason, Reason Makes A Full Circle And Is Subjected To Subversion Towards The End With A Post-Modern Ambivalence.In The Great Indian Novel, Shashi Tharoor Is Given To Gigantism Of History And Makes Great Political Personages Parade On The Dice Game Of National Politics, As A Part Of Post-Colonial Discourse. Salman Rushdie S Midnight S Children Is An Enabling Text . The Text Synchronises The Individual History With National History Lending It A Universal Significance.The Texts Seek To Picture The Socio-Political Situation Of Post-Independence India With A Post-Modern Urgency.
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aesthetic al-Ghazira Alu's Amitav Ghosh ancient Indian Balram Bhudeb Roy Bose carbolic acid characters Circle of Reason colonial concept consciousness context cultural David Lodge decolonising Delhi dominant Draupadi Duryodhani Ekalavya emergency epic father feminism feminist feminist criticism Gandhi Gangaji Ghosh's The Circle human ideology Indian fiction Indian Novel Indian writers interms interpretation Jyothidas kind Kulfi language lends linguistic literary text literature Littcrit London magic realism Mahabharatha Maya metaphorical method Midnight's Children Mishra mode modern myth and history mythical Nachiketa narrative narrator nature Nehru novelist Pathak political post-colonial post-Independence post-modern pre-figuration present principle protagonist readers realism reality relevance role Rosalind Miles Rushdie's Midnight's Children Saleem Sinai Salman Rushdie says sewing machine Shakthi Shashi Tharoor Shiva Shombhu Debnath significance Sita situation social society story structure subversion Susie Tharu symbolic technique TGIN theory tradition Verma woman women words Zindi