The Author Has Sought To Establish That If Was Forster`S A Passage To India Which Summed Up And Simultaneously Gave Long Life To The Tradition Of Anglo-Indian Fiction. He Has Drawn References From British And American Fiction Written Over A Period Of Time. The Book Testifies To An Extensive And Intensive Acquaintace With Anglo-Indian Fiction And A Reasoning Process That Has Used The Available Material Creditably.The Tradition of Anglo-Indian Fiction Sujit Mukherjee ... a#39;a Mussulmana#39;, should pay so much respect to the Hindu festival of a#39;Dussehraa#39; his father Ismail explains that this must be so because ... See in this connection the illustrations reproduced in an article by Anne Buddie, aquot;The Tipu Mania: Narrative sketches of the conquestanbsp;...
|Title||:||Forster and Further|
|Publisher||:||Orient Blackswan - 1993-01-01|