Authored By: Gauri Shankar Jha
Year of Publication: 2011
|Pages: 174||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
Category: English Literature
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1. The Diaspora Sensibility; 2. Considerations Of Diaspora Writing; 3. Pattern In The Type Of Characters; 4. Plan Behind The Set-up; 5. Difference From The Stay-at-Homes; 6. Convulsion As Acceptance; Index.
The Present Stature Of Indian English Literature Is Far Away From Its Earlier Image Of Being ‘derivative’ And ‘imitative’. With Its Own ‘independent’ And ‘distinct’ Identity It Suffers From Certain Ambiguities. These Writers, Claiming To Be Indian Or Included In The Indian English Literature, Have Settled Somewhere Else, Away From Their Homeland Or Prefer To Be Divorced From Their Ancestral Being, And Yet Their Works Have An Inclination Towards Their Roots. Indian Writers Bracketed Under Expatriate/diaspora Writers Reflect Certain Exclusive Trends That Are Altogether Different From The Major Stay-at-home Writers. This Is A Study That Probes The Indian English Diasporic Fiction In Its Different Perspectives. It Seeks To Investigate/examine The Aesthetic Implications Of Expatriation For The Fictional Genre. It Is The Outcome Of The New Literary Situation Created By Deregionalised Writers.
Gauri Shankar Jha, Has To His Credit MA In English & Hindi, LL.B. And PhD In American Literature (Fitzgerald). At Present He Is Posted As Associate Professor, Dept. Of English. R. F. Govt. College, Changlang (Arunachal Pradesh). He Has A Rich And Varied Experience Of More Than Twentythree Years Of Teaching, Research And Supervising Research Scholars For Doctoral Works. He Is Widely Published In National And International Journals. He Is Editor Of International Literary Journals Such As Reflections and The Critique; he Is Member Of The Editorial Board Of International Literary Loumals Such As Pegasus, Titas, Creative Forum, etc.