Indian Booker Prize Winners on India by Supriya Shukla,Neeru Tandon,Chhaya Jain,R.P. Pradhan

By Supriya Shukla,Neeru Tandon,Chhaya Jain,R.P. Pradhan

The rising dominance of Indian English writing has made its presence felt on the planet of Booker fiction. The Indian recipients of the prestigious guy Booker Prize have rendered kaleidoscopic narrations approximately their very own kingdom weaving jointly truth and fiction, realism and myth laced with their very own mind's eye and imaginative and prescient.

The booklet includes a set of 26 articles by means of eminent students who've earnestly mentioned, debated and probed into many of the elements of the Indian Booker Prize winners, their perceptions and projections in their personal nation and the query of the West being enamoured by way of Indian English fiction.

The participants to the e-book contain literary luminaries like Keki N. Daruwalla—recipient of Sahitya Akedemi Award and the Commonwealth Poetry Award, Prof G.K. Das, N.M. Nigam, Chhaya Jain, R.P. Pradhan, Reena Mitra, Supriya Shukla, and Sunita Sinha, between others.

The participants provide a candid, specific and significant research of the numerous and dynamic imaginations of the award-winning novelists and their presentation of the Indian truth; the intrinsic benefit of the Booker Prize winners from India; identical to India created through them of their works; varied points of human nature that emerge from their novels; the continuing clash among the excessive and the low; and soreness of the negative and the powerless as depicted within the novels of those Booker Prize winners.

The publication should be priceless for the scholars and academics of English Literature, quite Indian English Literature, and researchers in those fields.

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