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Socio-Cultural Transition In Modern Indian English Writing & Translation

Subtitle: Some Studies

Authored By: R. K. Bhushan Sabharwal

Publisher:  Authorspress

ISBN-13: 9789389615746

Year of Publication: 2020

Pages: 200

                                       Binding: Hardback(HB)

Category:  Literary Criticism & Theory

Price in Rs. 560.00

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About the Book


Prof. R. k. Bhushan Sabharwal has created a place of distinction for himself among the contemporary creative Indian English Writers. His Socio-cultural Transition in the Modern Indian English Writings and Translation is definitely another valuable and enviable addition to the treasures of Indian English Literary Criticism. This is a book of unique critical studies on the foremost and front rank Indian English Writers and equally wonderful translated writers like the Father of Modern IEP, Nissim Ezekiel, Mother of Modern IEP, Kamala Das, Father of Odia novel and The Father of Modern Odia Literature, Fakir Mohan Senapati, Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore, The revolutionary Dalit voice and identity of Namdeo Dhasal and the greatest Modern Hindi Poet, Suryakant Tripathi Nirala. This is an outstanding work of Prof. Bhushan’s vast range of scholarship and subtle critical faculty expressed in the unobstructed flow of simple, spontaneous and mesmerizing prose, the distinctive feature of his writings.


About the Author


R. K. Bhushan Sabharwal (Raghukul Bhushan), b 1947, at Kartarpur in Jalandhar District, has been a renowned teacher of English Language, Literature and Communication Skills for more than four decades as Prof. and HOD in different Institutions of Higher Learning in Humanities, Management and Engineering. He has been a Course Writer at IGNOU and VMOU, a Resource Person for Conferences and Workshops in his mother discipline and Personality Development. He is a renowned creative writer as a poet, critic, short story writer, book reviewer and editor. His contributions have been published in internationally reputed referred research journals and he has been included in poetry and criticism anthologies. Prof. Bhushan is well-researched and eminent scholars, teachers and critics have written critical articles on his work and now he is a part of the History of Indian English Poetry. His ceaseless hard work and untiring zeal and passion have produced six poetry collections, three books of literary and general criticism, one book of short stories apart from his book reviews and research articles. He is still engaged with the same passion in poetry, fiction, personality development, novel, book reviews, critiques and forewords leaving no empty spaces anywhere. In spite of his locational disadvantages, he has earned many distinctions in his professional accomplishments.

Prof. R.K.Bhushan’s present book of critical essays on Modern Indian English Writings and Translations is an appreciable work in Indian literary criticism and is expected to enlighten the researchers and scholars on the socio-cultural awakening, regeneration and rejuvenation in the Modern IEP and the translation of immortal works of poetry and fiction of outstanding Indian geniuses by the highly distinguished scholars and critics. In these essays, Prof. Bhushan’s brilliant approach to the issues and perspectives in the work of Nissim Ezekiel, Kamala Das, Namdeo Dhasal, Rabindranath Tagore, Suryakant Tripathi Nirala, Fakir Mohan Senapati besides the bilingual established poet, Pankajam Kottarath and the author’s book reviews, makes a fascinating reading because of the brilliance of his prose style also excelled by few.