3 edition of Indian literary theories found in the catalog.
Indian literary theories
|Statement||by K. Krishnamoorthy ; with a foreword by Vinayak Krishna Gokak.|
|LC Classifications||PN99.I5 K74 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 290 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||85903253|
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Literary criticism produced by Indian scholars from the earliest times to the present age is represented in this Indian literary theories book. These include Bharatamuni, Tholkappiyar, Anandavardhana, Abhinavagupta, Jnaneshwara, Amir Khusrau, Mirza Ghalib, Rabindranath Tagore, Sri Aurobindo, B.S.
Mardhekar, Ananda Coomaraswamy, and A.K. Ramanujam and Sudhir Kakar among others.5/5(1). This study has led him irresistably to Comparative Aesthetics.
In fact, this book itself is divided into three parts, the first one dealing with Comparative Aesthetics, the second one with Indian Literary Theories and the third one with Indian Masters of Aesthetics.
His. This book analyzes a variety of materials from the Indian literary tradition. examining both its indigenous development and its relation to the West, and developing ideas from cultural criticism, literary theory, linguistics, and Indology. "The breadth of discussion of Indian literature is impressive.
With lengthy considerations of, among others, Fredric Jameson, Edward Said, and the Subaltern Studies group, In Theory also contains brilliant analyses of the concept of Indian literature, of the genealogy of the term “Third World,” and of the conditions under which so-called “colonial discourse theory” emerged in metropolitan Cited by: Indian English Fiction – The Fruit Inevitable: A Review Indian Fiction.
G. Devy, ed. Hyderabad. Orient Longman. xvi + pages, Rs ISBN English translations of Indian literary criticism drawn from all the Indian languages and covering writers from the seminal Sanskrit classic Natyasastra (attributed to Bharatmuni from before the third century C.E.) to the postmodern present have long been needed for anyone interested in the.
From the Jacket: 'Contemporary Indians', says G.N. Devy, 'seem to be afflicted by a sense of amnesia in relation to literary history.' The affliction is more severe, he feels, in the sphere of literary criticism, not only because older texts are generally unavailable, but also because modern India has lost touch with both the language and the ethos of the critical texts of ancient and medieval.
Some of the major names in Indian literary theory and criticism in English, according to me, to go through them briefly, would be Aurobindo with his The Future Poetry, in which he revives the idea of poetry as sound, the mantra, chant, invocation and Michael Madhusudan Dutt who, like Dante left Latin in an earlier time to write his Divine Comedy in the vernacular and nationalistic Italian.
A important theme in Indian literature is the tension between life in the modern impersonal city and village life with all its customs and religions. 'The White Tiger', bestselling novel of Aravind Adiga is about leaving the rural hometown behind to look for a better future in the city.
PUBLISHERS of books—English Literature (English, American, Indian-English, Greek, Roman, French, Russian, African, Black American, Canadian etc.), Humanities, Military Science ADDRESS Bara Bazar, Bareilly PHONE EMAIL [email protected] Students of Indian literature need to have access to India s critical tradition.
This volume takes a step towards providing it and giving teachers, students, and scholars-in-the-making easy access to some of the key concepts and ideas in the Indian tradition of literary theory. In doing so it brings together in one volume some of the most Author: G.
Devy. Literature that was written before is considered as Indian literature. Literature in Sanskrit which includes the sacred books – the Vedas, Upanishads is in the form of epics in Indian literature. This is because of the importance assigned to the language ‘Sanskrit’ in ancient India.
It may seem strange to recognize Indian literary theories book LGBTQIA literary panorama in India. Yet, this topic has not only been the subject of many contemporary works, but it takes root in the literary tradition and Indian philosophy: the Indian traditional literature is so ripe with sexually ambiguous characters and gender variance that this could suggest the existence of a third gender and the co-existence of many.
Indian literary theories. New Delhi: Meharchand Lachhmandas Publications: Sole distributors, Meharchand Lachhmandas, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: K Krishnamoorthy.
Literary theory itself is the study of the principles of literature, its categories, criteria, and the like, and by differentiating studies of concrete works of art as either “literary criticism” (primarily static in approach) or “literary history” (Wellek & Warren.
39). This lack of authentic literature in Indian languages leads to a higher visibility of books in English, further reinforcing the idea of queerness as an urban phenomenon. A Major Activity Of The Sahitya Akademi Is The Preparation Of An Encyclopaedia Of Indian Literature.
The Venture, Covering Twenty-Two Languages Of India, Is The First Of Its Kind. Written In English, The Encyclopaedia Gives A Comprehensive Idea Of The Growth And Development Of Indian Literature. The Entries On Authors, Books And General Topics Have Been Tabulated By The Concerned Advisory 4/5(8).
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. INDIAN FICTION IN ENGLISH LITERATURE PRAMOD KUMAR E,CSJM UNIVERSITY, KANPUR. (UP) INDIA. Now-a-days the literary critics pay attention on study and analysis of the strong bond between nature and society.
Ecology and ecocriticism are the significant aspects for the literary study and research. The Guide is a novel written in English by the Indian author R. most of his works, the novel is based on Malgudi, the fictional town in South India.
The novel describes the transformation of the protagonist, Raju, from a tour guide to a spiritual guide and then one of the greatest holy men of India. It is a stunning model of how Indian scholars can explicate tribal-specific oral and written works with an understanding of the political ramifications for real Indian peoples.
Womack convincingly and clearly explains how contemporary literary theories are inadequate and colonial for American Indian literatures. Literary Theory, History & Criticism books majorly constitute some of yesteryear’s classics.
The classic novels like ‘The merchant of Venice’ by William Shakespeare, ‘Godan’ by Premchand and ‘Truth, Love and a little Malice’ by Khushwant Singh are known to be very intense and intriguing.
Indian literature refers to the literature produced on the Indian subcontinent until and in the Republic of India thereafter. The Republic of India has 22 officially recognized languages. The earliest works of Indian literature were orally transmitted. Sanskrit literature begins with the oral literature of the Rig Veda a collection of literature dating to the period – BCE.
Contemporary Literary Review India (CLRI) is a literary journal in English and publishes a wide variety of creative pieces including poems, stories, research papers, book reviews, and photography of the best quality from authors from around the world. Despite what seems to be a rehash of Kautsky's ultra-imperialist thesis, the book provides engaging and persuasive Marxist critiques of Edward Said, Fredric Jameson, Theory of Forces of Production-inspired "Third World" Theory, different strands of postmodern and postcolonial theories, and postcolonial literary canon (particularly Rushdie).4/5(14).
The practice of literary theory became a profession in the 20th century, but it has historical roots as far back as ancient Greece (Aristotle’s Poetics is an often cited early example), ancient India (Bharata Muni’s Natya Shastra), ancient Rome (Longinus’s On the Sublime) and medieval Iraq (Al-Jahiz’s al-Bayan wa-‘l-tabyinand al-Hayawan, and ibn al-Mu’tazz’s Kitab al-Badi).
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What is Marxist Theory in Literature Marxist theory or Marxist criticism is one of the theories that can be used in literary theory is based on the ideologies of Karl Marx, a German philosopher who criticized the inherent injustice in the European class/capitalist system of economics operating in the 19 th Century.
Marx viewed history as a series of struggles between. Kamaleshwar Prasad Saxena was not only a writer in Indian literature, but he is also a noted script writer and critic. He started his literary career in Allahabad. His Hindi novel Kitne Pakistan won him the Sahitya Academi Award in and it was translated in English as, Partitions.
He was awarded Padma Bhushan by the Government of India in Eros and Civilisation by Herbert Marcuse Published inMarcuse’s text is a landmark in postwar philosophical reflection on Freudian theory. The book is basically a Marxist reading of the.
India possesses a large body of heroic ballads and epic poetry preserved in oral tradition, both in Sanskrit and the various vernacular languages of India.
One such oral epic, telling the story of Pabuji, has been collected by Dr. John Smith from Rajasthan; it is a long poem in the Rajasthani language, traditionally told by professional story tellers, known as Bhopas, who deliver it in front.
Comparative Literature Now: Theories and Practice: Selected Papers Association internationale de littérature comparée. Congrès, International Comparative Literature Association. Congress, International Comparative Literature Association, Milan V. Dimić Snippet view - /5(3). The theory of rasa is attributed to Bharata, a sage-priest who may have lived sometime between the 1st century bce and the 3rd century was developed by the rhetorician and philosopher Abhinavagupta (c.
), who applied it to all varieties of theatre and principal human feelings, according to Bharata, are delight, laughter, sorrow, anger, energy, fear, disgust, heroism, and.
The act of critically interpreting any literary text with a certain literary theory in mind is called literary criticism and the person involved in this intellectual (rarely emotional) exercise is called a literary critic.
The act of literary criticism, in the modern context, has become synonymous (almost) with the idea tossed by I. Richards. Contributors ix Lissa Paul is a Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of New Brunswick where she teaches five courses on children’s literature and literary theory.
Her new book, Reading Otherways (), provides a practical demonstration of the ways in which contemporary literary theories, especially feminist theories, enable new readings.
A street food stall in Delhi (file) In her new book, Turmeric Nation: A Passage Through India’s Tastes (Speaking Tiger), Delhi-based writer and columnist Shylashri Shankar draws on personal experiences, historical records, archaeological findings, sociological studies and popular culture, to present a “food biography” of India.
Divided into sections that take a theme-wise approach. Himadri Lahiri’s essay in the first section “Nation, Nation-based Category and Indian English Literature: A Belated View”, defying all narratives of post-theory scepticism, argues in support of the need for categories in critical scholarship, without the support of which Indian Fiction in English cannot be critiqued.
So instead of using complicated literature, I introduced literary theory through children’s books and fairy tales. We began with Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are, which I read aloud to my class in the spirit of a childhood story time.
Almost all of my students were familiar with the picture book, and after the first reading, they. After four consecutive bestselling novels in Chetan Bhagat books list, he wrote his fifth book, Revolution and again took on a serious issue of rampant corruption in the Indian education story of Revolution is about three childhood buddies – Gopal, Raghav & Aarti – living in Varanasi, India.
Gopal is not so well-off and aims to earn money while Raghav is rich and aims. Theory and History of Literature () is a landmark event in twentieth-century critical thought. Intended to stimulate research and encourage interdisciplinary dialogue, as well as to introduce prominent European theorists to the American academy, this book series is internationally renowned for its foundational literary scholarship.
By making available English translations of essential. Historical Representations in Indian English Novels By Nasrullah Mambrol on J • (2).
When white light hits glass one of two things can happen. Either you have an image, which is faithful if somewhat unexciting, or you have a glorious spectrum which .In this book, Vasubandhu's classic work Refutation of the Theory of a Self is translated and provided with an introduction and commentary.
The translation, the first into a modern Western language from the Sanskrit text, is intended for use by those who wish to begin a careful philosophical study of Indian Buddhist theories of persons.