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Early Indian Poetry in English
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 341

Early Indian Poetry in English

Collection of poems by various poets; with their short biographies.

Women's Voices
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 451

Women's Voices

A Collection Of Excerpts From Letters, Tracts, Diaries, Magazines, Articles, Autobiographies, Biographies, Short Stories, And Even Speeches, This Anthology Once Again Brings To The Forefront Voices That Have Faded Over A Period Of Time, And Works That Are Almost Impossible To Find.

The Satthianadhan Family Album
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 174

The Satthianadhan Family Album

Anthology of miscellaneous writings by the members of Satthianadhan family.

Dev & Simran
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 127

Dev & Simran

Dev and Sumran are acouple living in Bombay and grappling with everyday married life and the loss of a child

A Necklace of Skulls
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 132

A Necklace of Skulls

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2009-10-30
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  • Publisher: Penguin UK

Eunice de Souza, one of India’s leading English language poets , has been writing poetry for more than three decades. Her poems in collections such as Fix (1979), Women in Dutch Painting (1988) and Ways of Belonging (1990) have been critically acclaimed and reflect a strong sense of individuality and feminism. Compelling and succinct, they dwell on the themes of love, relationships and family. Through her poetry Eunice explores the dependency of lovers and the fraught relationships between parents and their children. She also examines the Roman Catholic community she grew up in, exposing it for its hypocrisy and conservatism. Relying on sound and rhythm, her well-chosen, hard-hitting words bring out her sharp, clear imagery. A Necklace of Skulls contains all the verse Eunice de Souza has published during her illustrious career, as also unpublished new and early poems. This is a profoundly intimate and intensely personal collection.

INDIAN POETRY IN ENGLISH : CRITICAL ESSAYS
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 480

INDIAN POETRY IN ENGLISH : CRITICAL ESSAYS

Indian poets who wrote in English—a small middle class minority—were divided from the regional language poets by more than language for long. The English poets had a selected readership, were known unto themselves, in academic circles if they were widely published, but were looked down upon with a kind of derision by regional writers. However, the scenario has changed now. From English being spurned as a colonizer’s tongue that was nobody’s language, it has now become everybody’s language with English medium schools, English movies, ads, soaps and serials. For a generation living in a global village, genuine readership and appreciation of English poetry is no longer an encumbrance....

Marginalized: Indian Poetry in English
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 283

Marginalized: Indian Poetry in English

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2014-01-02
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  • Publisher: Rodopi

Indian writing in English, especially fiction, continues to capture the attention of readers all over the English-speaking world. Conversely, the strong and flourishing tradition of poetry in English from India has not impacted the contemporary world in the same manner as the fiction. This book creates a debate to highlight the well-grounded and confident tradition of Indian Poetry in English which began almost two hundred years ago with the advent of the British. Individual essays on poets before and since the Indian Independence focus on the poetry of Derozio, Tagore, Aurobindo and Naidu right down to the modern and contemporary poets like Ezekiel, Mahapatra, Ramanujan, Kolatkar, Das, Moraes, Daruwalla, de Souza, Jussawalla and Patel who ushered in a change both in terms of subject matter and style. On either side of the Atlantic, this book which includes a substantial Introduction, Select Bibliography and Index is of value to scholars, teachers and researchers on Indian Poetry in English.

Poems at the Edge of Differences
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 214
Ratanbai
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 91

Ratanbai

The Text Of Ratanbai Was Obtained Through The British Library In England. It Is A Useful Addition To The Republication Of Rare Books, And Will Be Of Enormous Interest To Literary Scholars In Understanding The Attitudes Of The Time To The Education Of Women.

Reflected in Water
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 295

Reflected in Water

Contributed articles wih reference to the state of Goa, India.