Authored By: B. Prameela & Adi Ramesh Babu
Year of Publication: 2019
|Pages: 236||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
Category: Literary Criticism & Theory
|Price in Rs. 560.00||Price in (USA) $. 44.8|
Gleam of Nissim Ezekiel’s name remain undiminished in the history of Indian poetry for his factual presentation of Indian life. It is not far from the truth to say his poetry overwhelms with Indianism. Every word of his verse resonates the melody of the way of Indian life. His verse sporadically appears to go spiralling with irony and sarcasm. The vehement flow of love torrent in his poems sometimes assumes the grimace guise. Modernity and urbanity blur the brightness of ancestral custom and present it with a borrowed face. Rarefying filial love leads to laxity in family bonds and affection. Ezekiel projected Indian sensibility in its real face.
The novelty of colonizer’s culture tempts the natives to absorb it and to imitate them. Ezekiel tried to take off the chintzed blankets from over the sinful life of women, the pseudo pride of unwise men in Indian patriarchal society. He tried to bring to light the factitious man-woman relationship. His humorous castigation on deformed love, lust, marriage, gender bias and caste system manifests in his poetry edifying dunce, blunt and malevolent society. The book Nissim Ezekiel: Panorama of Indian Life and Culturebrought out in honour of Prof. G. Damodar.
Dr. B. Prameela is working as an Assistant Professor, Department of English, Arora Degree College, Satavahana University, Karimnagar. She has obtained M.Phil and Ph.D degrees from Kakatiya University, Warangal. She has been teaching English Language and literature for the last twelve years. She has presented a number of papers in national and international seminars. She published scholarly papers in international books and journals. Her acclaimed research papers published in the books Commonwealth Literature: An Anthology of Mosaic Themes and Postcolonial Literature: Controversial Concepts of Silence and Violence. She is an expert in teaching English Language and Functional English to rural students of Telangana.
Dr Adi Ramesh Babu is presently working as an Asst. Professor, Department of English, Kakatiya Government Degree and PG College, Hanamkonda, Kakatiya University, Telangana State. He obtained his M.Phil and Ph.D degrees from Kakatiya University, Warangal. He also did PGCTE and PGDTE from EFLU (Hyderabad). His edited books are: Indian English Literature: A Memento of Feminist Minds, Indian Women Literature: A Montage of Leitmotiv, English Language Teaching and Learning: Problems and Remedies, Principles and Techniques in English Language Teaching and Learning; Subaltern Spaces in New Literatures: An Anthology Presented to K. Damodar Rao, Commonwealth Literature: An Anthology of Mosaic Themes,and Postcolonial Literature: Controversial Concepts of Silence and Violence. He has published several articles and presented scholarly papers in national and international seminars. He is one of the editors of The Criterion: An Online International Journal; International Journal of English Language, Literature and Translation Studies; Research Scholar: An International Refereed e-Journal of Literary Explorations; International Journal on Studies in English Language and Literature.