The Novels of Mulk Raj Anand: A Critical Study
Atlantic Publishers & Dist, Jan 1, 2000 - 186 pages
Mulk Raj Anand Is One Of The Best Known Novelists In English In India. Translated Into Many Languages In India As Well As Abroad, He Has Been Universally Acclaimed As A Progressive Writer.The Present Anthology Of Recent Critical Essays Probes Into His Internationally Reputed Novels Like Untouchable, Coolie, Gauri As Well As His Various Collections Of Short Stories. The Critical Perspective Is Fresh And Innovative, Embracing The Latest Critical Theories And Schools. The Essays Come Up With Novel Insights Into Themes And Characters, Form And Design In The Texts Explored.The Structural And Rhetorical Devices Employed In The Texts Have Also Been Analysed Threadbare. A Detailed Interview With Anand Facilitates A Peep Into The Writer S Workshop, Revealing Hitherto Unexplored Facets Of Anand S Artistic Persona.A Welcome Addition To Fiction Studies. An Indispensable Collection Of Articles For Students, Teachers And Researchers In Literary Theory, Fiction, Indian English Literature, Sociology Of Literature And Progressivism.
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Anand's humanism Anand's novel Anand's Untouchable Ananta's Apology for Heroism artistic Bakha Bombay caste Hindus characters chastity consciousness Coolie Cowasjee creative critical Delhi depicted Devaki dignity E.M. Forster epic evil Existentialism experience exploitation father feels fiction freedom Gandhi Gandhism Gauri goddess heart hero Hindu humanist husband Ibid idea ideology Indian English Indian English literature Indian society Indo-Anglian Jai Ram Kali Kesaro Krishan Lakha latrines Laxmi literary literature live M.K. Naik Mahindra Mainwaring Marxist mind Morning Face mother Mulk Raj Anand Mumtaz Munoo myth narrative nature novel Untouchable novelist oppressed outcastes Panchi passion personality Piplan plot poet pollution poor poverty Progressive Writers R.K. Narayan Ratan realistic reality Saros says seems sense Sham Nagar short stories Simla Singh Sita social social realism socialist realism Sohini struggle style suffering sweeper takes temple theme town traditional tries Untouchable village wife woman young