Vikram Seth, an anthology of recent criticism
Pencraft International, Jan 1, 2004 - 185 pages
This Collection Of Essays Explores The World Of Vikram Seth With Critical Readings Of His Major Works. Seth'S Position In The Pantheon Of Indian English Writing, His Poetic Craft, His Responses To Contemporary Codes Of Relationships, His Notations As A Postcolonial Writer Living In And Writing About Various Countries, And His Politics Are All Examined Closely By The Scholars Who Have Contributed To This Volume. They Engage With His Works From Various Critical And Ideological Positions, From The Aesthetic To The Postcolonial To The Ecological. The Aim Of The Dozen Chapters In This Collection Is To Open Various Windows Into Seth'S World To Enhance The Reader'S Understanding And Appreciation Of The Work Of This Highly Talented And Most Accessible Writer.
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