The Fiction of Amitav Ghosh
This Edited Volume Aims To Examine The Multiple Layes Of Meaning, The Narrative Technique, This Time-Space Shifts, The Motifes And Metaphors, The History And Its Subversion And The Personal And Public Concerns In The Novels Of Amitav Ghosh. The Essays Have Been Contributed By Well-Known Scholars.
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Aden alienation Alu's Amitav Ghosh Antar anthropology Antique Land Aratounian Balaram becomes Bomma borders Calcutta Chromosome carbolic acid century characters Circle of Reason colonial Counter Science counter-science created cultural Cunningham Delhi Dhaka differend discovery Egypt Egyptian English experience fact Farley fiction Geniza grandmother Gujarat happened Hindu historian IAAL Ila's imagination incident India Indian English Isma'il journey killed knowledge Kulfi Laakhan language Lataifa lives London Lutchman malaria Mangala Mangalore Mayadebi memory Murugan Muslim mystery Nabeel narrator narrator's Nashawy nationalism Nick Price novel novelist nuclear Pakistan partition past Pasteur person Phulboni post-colonial present quest R. K. Dhawan Ravi Dayal reader reality Renupur rhizome riots Roman Halder Ronald Ross Ross's says sewing machine Shadow Lines silence singularity Sonali story synapse tale tell Tha'mma theme trade Tridib Tridib's death Urmila village weaving writing Yiju Yiju's Zindi