Authored By: Bhagvanbhai H. Chaudhari
Year of Publication: 2017
|Pages: 156||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
Category: English Literature
|Price in Rs. 490.00||Price in (USA) $. 39.2|
This book is aimed at studying the representation of the region in the novels of R. K. Narayan and Pannalal Patel from the point of view of postcolonial studies by highlighting the socio-cultural, political and religious dimensions in their works. The first chapter scrutinizes the postcolonial aspects in the novels of Narayan and Pannalal. The second chapter is the comparative study of Narayan and Pannalal to locate certain similarities as well as differences to analyze the common thematic and stylistic dimensions of both the novelists further logically. The final chapter concludes author’s observation and analysis of the comparative study of the representation of region in both the novelists.Read either as symbolic or realistic, the texts embody the wide range of representations of regional and national dimensions.
I hope that this book will be of great help to the students, scholars and researchers of English literature and will even useful to those interested in comparative study of Indian Languages Literature.
Dr. Bhagvanbhai H.Chaudhari (b. 1964) achieved Bachelor degree in English from M. N. College, Visnagar in 1989, Bachelor of Education from B. Ed. College, Patan in 1990, Master degree from M. N. College, Visnagar in 1993, and L.L.B from Law College, Unjha in 2003 affiliated with N. G. University, Patan (Gujarat). Dr. B. H. Chaudhari obtained his Ph.D. Degree from the M.S. University of Baroda in 2016 on The Representation of Region in the Novels of R. K. Narayan and Pannalal Patel: A Comparative Study. He has been serving as Associate Professor at the Department of English in The K. N. S. B. L. Arts and Commerce College, Kheralu (Gujarat) since 1993. His’14 articles have been published in books and international journals. He has presented papers in State, National and International level Seminars and participated in various workshops, symposium and faculty development training programmes. He hadalso served as a member of N. S. S. Advisory Committee at University level. At college level he had conducted his responsibilities as a Professor-in-charge of PG Dept. (SF), Coordinator of CBCS, Asst. Coordinator of NAAC Committee, member of IQAC Cell and Programme Officer of N. S. S Unit.