2 Leslie Fiedler in Love and Death in the American Novel ( New York : Dell , 1967 ) , S. 156 , bezeichnet den Roman als " the most successful ... A Study of the Indian and the American Mind ( Baltimore : Johns Hopkins Press , 1953 ) .
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It is a notable example of love that begets love, and of the mild answer that turneth away wrath. He said: “The great king of the Five Nations is sorry for the death of the Indian that was killed, for he was of his own flesh and blood.
Shastri points out that this was accompanied, if not inspired by, their love for Shakespeare kindled by David Lester ... In his classic rejoinder to Roland Barthes' pronouncement of the “The Death of the Author”, Foucault theorised to ...
Author: Banibrata Mahanta
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This volume is a collection of scholarly papers that explore the complex issues concerning English Studies in the present Indian context. The discussions in this volume range from historical perspectives to classroom-specific pedagogies, from sociological and political hierarchies to the dynamics of intellectual development in the English language environment. Interrogating both policy and practice pertaining to English Studies in the context of Indian society, culture, history, literature and governance, the chapters seek to formulate contemporary perspectives to these debates and envision alternative possibilities. Since the introduction of English to India more than 2 centuries ago, the language has transmuted the very fabric of Indian society, culture, history, literature and governance. The idea of India cannot be conceived in its entirety without taking into consideration the epistemological role that English has played in its formation. The present globalized world order has added dimensions to English Studies which are radically different from those of India’s colonial and postcolonial past. It is therefore imperative that the multitudinous shades and shadows of the discipline be re-examined with inputs drawn from the present context. This volume is for scholars and researchers of English literature and language studies, linguistics, and culture studies, and others interested in exploring new paradigms of engagement with the disciplinary formulation of English Studies in India.
Study the whole of the drama , in the display of which you are to assist - imagine yourself to be the person you ... moved and sat down by a river To gaze on the rapids that past her swept , And sing the love - song of her Indian sept .
Author: Showick Thorpe Edgar ThorpePublish On: 2009
After her husband's death she continued her research and in 1911 was awarded the second Nobel Prize in Chemistry for ... Curzon , Lord ( 1895 to 1925 ) His full name was George Nathaniel Curzon and was Viceroy of India during 1889 to ...
Author: Showick Thorpe Edgar Thorpe
Publisher: Pearson Education India
This latest edition of The Pearson General Studies Manual continues to provide exhaustive study material for the General Studies paper of the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Examination. This student-friendly book has been completely revised, thoroughly updated and carefully streamlined and is strictly exam-centric. In this new edition, a large number of new boxes and marginaliaâ€”with additional and relevant informationâ€”have been added to provide cutting-edge information to the aspirant. Readers will find that important facts and information have been presented in the form of well-structured tables and lists.
The first was entitled “ Modern Montbron that what he had heard was History of India ; ” the second , “ Travels ... so because your love affects the life “ The traces of an active research after or death of that worthy prince whom I all ...
For details on same sex love, see Ruth Vanita and Saleem Kidwai (eds), Same Sex Love in India (Palgrave, New York, 2000). ... in Women and Culture, edited by Kumkum Sangari and Sudesh Vaid (Bombay: Research Centre for Women's Studies, ...
Author: Shilpi Rajpal
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Curing Madness? focusses on the institutional and non-institutional histories of madness in colonial north India. It proves that 'madness' and its 'cure' are shifting categories which assumed new meanings and significance as knowledge travelled across cultural, medical, national, and regional boundaries. The book examines governmental policies, legal processes, diagnosis and treatment, and individual case histories by looking closely at asylums in Agra, Benaras, Bareilly, Lucknow, Delhi, and Lahore. Rajpal highlights that only a few mentally ill ended up in asylums; most people suffering from insanity were cared for by their families and local vaidyas, ojhas, and pundits. These practitioners of traditional medicine had to reinvent themselves to retain their relevance as Western medical knowledge was widely disseminated in colonial India. Evidence of this is found in the Hindi medical advice literature of the era. Taking these into account Shilpi Rajpal moves beyond asylum-centric histories to examine extensive archival materials gathered from various repositories.
INDIAN. STUDY. OF. LOVE. AND. DEATH. AN OFFICE FOR THE DEAD  TO BE SAID WITHIN THE HEART : How is the city become desolate, and how lonely is now the household, that once were full of people! . . . How is the fountain stopped up, ...
Author: Sister Nivedita
Publisher: Advaita Ashrama (A Publication House of Ramakrishna Math, Belur Math)
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A Naadi Exposition of the Lives of Indian Revolutionaries K. Guru Rajesh ... Hints on National Education in India, Glimpse of Famine and Flood in East Bengal, An Indian Study of Love and Death, Indian Art, Aggressive Hinduism, ...
Author: K. Guru Rajesh
Publisher: Notion Press
"The life events of 108 revolutionaries belonging to the Indian Independence Struggle have been described using the Nandi Naadi principles discovered by the author. Besides the astrological angle, this book presents the biographical details of the revolutionaries, their poignant tales of courage and struggle against a giant colonial power and the tremendous sacrifices they made for the cause of Mother India. This book is indispensable for anyone who wants to grasp the application of Nandi Naadi principles to various facets of human life including longevity, mode of death, ill-health, misfortunes, married life, progeny, career and so on."
As repositories of unique metaphors, symbols, and modes of analysis, American Indian histories offer diverse ways of thinking, ... Love, and Death in the Spanish Civil War (New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2014); Theodore Rosengarten, ...
Author: A. J. Angulo
Publisher: JHU Press
By investigating how laws, myths, national aspirations, and global relations have recast and, at times, distorted the key purposes of education, this pathbreaking book sheds light on the role of ignorance in shaping ideas, public opinion, and policy.
Apart from these blemishes this study of the nation's progress is as satisfactory to the student as it is readable by the curious . ( 6 He makes the dust rise from ... And because I love this life , I know I shall love death as well .
Author: Gale, Cengage LearningPublish On: 2015-09-24
India. She is the fifth daughter, the seventh of nine children. An astrologer tells the young Jasmine's fate of widowhood and ... She falls in love with her employer, Taylor, who eventually entices her to run away to California ...
Author: Gale, Cengage Learning
Publisher: Gale, Cengage Learning
Category: Literary Criticism
A Study Guide for Bharati Mukherjee's "Jasmine," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Novels for Students.This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Novels for Students for all of your research needs.
in the frame of postcolonial studies, and which is not alleviated by shifting the focus to 'transnational' ... On the Death of the Pilgrim, 36 78 Avadhesh Kumar Singh, “Towards a Compoetics in India: Alternative Frameworks for the ...
Author: Kai Wiegandt
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Category: Literary Criticism
This volume clarifies the meanings and applications of the concept of the transnational and identifies areas in which the concept can be particularly useful. The division of the volume into three parts reflects areas which seem particularly amenable to analysis through a transnational lens. The chapters in Part 1 present case studies in which the concept replaces or complements traditionally dominant concepts in literary studies. These chapters demonstrate, for example, why some dramatic texts and performances can better be described as transnational than as postcolonial, and how the transnational underlies and complements concepts such as world literature. Part 2 assesses the advantages and limitations of writing literary history with a transnational focus. These chapters illustrate how such a perspective loosens the epistemic stranglehold of national historiographies, but they also argue that the transnational and national agendas of literary historiography are frequently entangled. The chapters in Part 3 identify transnational genres such as the transnational historical novel, transnational migrant fiction and translinguistic theatre, and analyse the specific poetics and politics of these genres.
Writings About India in English, 1765-2000 Margery Sabin. imagery of decadent self-love: "It was as if the spirit of a man lying dead on the wayside had taken a perch on a withered branch nearby and were crying bitterly as it ...
Author: Margery Sabin
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Dissenters and Mavericks reinvigorates the interdisciplinary study of literature, history, and politics through an approach to reading that allows the voices heard in writing a chance to talk back, to exert pressure on the presuppositions and preferences of a wide range of readers. Offering fresh and provocative interpretations of both well-known and unfamiliar texts--from colonial writers such as Horace Walpole and Edmund Burke to twentieth-century Indian writers such as Nirad Chaudhuri, V.S. Naipaul, and Pankaj Mishra--the book proposes a controversial challenge to prevailing academic methodology in the field of postcolonial studies.
That maiden was the queen of all An archipelago Of sunny Indian isles , that slept In summer's flowery glow . " I come , " thus sang the lovely queen , “ I come , lost love , to thee ! Thou saidst , when shone yon star above The ...