Recent commonwealth literature, Volume 1
Prestige Books, Jun 1, 1989 - Literary Criticism - 300 pages
The Book Studies Elaborately The Genesis And Bearing Of Commonwealth Literature. It Contains Critical Studies On Rushdie, Anand, Arun Joshi. M. Malgonkar, R.K. Narayan, Nina Sibal, Nita Desai, Nayantara Sahgal, Ruth Jhabvala, Nergis Dalal, Rama Mehta, Keki Daruwalla, Earle Birney, Judith Wright, Katherine Mansfield, Hugh Maclennan, Lamming, Naipaul, John Masters, Soyinka, Achebe, Ngugi, Plomer And Flora Nwapa.
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