The essays in this volume seek to explore the genre of the short story in India and its relationship with English language and literature. Various aspects of the question are taken up the impact of colonialism; the way English has shaped (or not) short story writing; why, how and in what contexts English words are used, feminist perspectives in the writings of women; the Indian diaspora; the teaching of the short story to Indian students and so on.Essays in Criticism Mohan Ramanan, Pingali Sailaja. The Perennial Popularity of R.K. Narayan: An Analysis of a#39;Fathera#39;s Helpa#39; LAKSHMI CHANDRA K. Narayan has been writing for more than ... The Guide was made into a movie and his collection of short stories Swami and Friends was made into a television serial recently.
|Title||:||English and the Indian Short Story|
|Author||:||Mohan Ramanan, Pingali Sailaja|
|Publisher||:||Orient Blackswan - 2000-01-01|