Kanthapura to Malgudi: Cultural Values and Assumptions in Selected South Indian Novelists in English
The Book Makes A Scholarly Attempt To Examine The Portrayal Of South Indian Culture In Thirty-Seven Indian English Novels Written By Seven Eminent Authors: K.S. Venkataramani, K. Nagarajan, K. Markandaya, Raja Rao, R.K. Narayan, B. Rajan And Santha Rama Rau. The Book Evaluates Critically The Cultural Values And Assumptions Such As The Puranas, The Guru, Religion, Bhakti And Proverbs.
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