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Shift Of Culture And Language In The Writings Of Indian Diaspora

Authored By: Neeti Roy

Publisher:  Authorspress

ISBN-13: 978-81-7273-988-1

Year of Publication: 2015

Pages: 160

                                       Binding: Hardback(HB)

Category:  English Literature

Price in Rs. 420.00

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About the Book


The Journey Of English Literature In India Has Not Been The Habitué One. The Indian English Literature Has Sprang Up In Various Phases With Leaps And Bounds. Prose Was The First Among Of All The Literary Forms In Indian English Literature, And It Continues To Be The Largest And Most Vigorous Form Up Till Now. Opposite Of The Progress Of Poetry, Fiction In English Presents A Different Sort Of Line On The Graph, As It Shows A Steadily Increasing Popularity At First, But Later Get Into Rapid Growth Rate With Varied Number Of Works Published. Drama In English Is Of Course The Last Of The Literary Forms To Bloom. Indian Diaspora Tastes A Different Flavor Of All These Kind And Brings Them Into Its Writing. With The Increasing Trend Of Vocationalization Of English Education Has Raised The Demand Of English As A Language Among Indian Learners. The Present Book Is A Collection Of All These Tastes And Shift Of Culture In Teaching Of English Literature And Language.

About the Author


Neeti Roy Earned Her Master’s In English Literature In 2008 From Patna University, Bihar, India. She Has Also Earned Her M. Phil (Linguistics) Degree In 2009 From Nagaland State University, India. She Has Taught English As A Subject In Different Schools And Degree Colleges For Over Six Years In India. There Are Over A Dozen Articles/research Papers On Different Aspects Of English Literature And Teaching Of English To Her Credit Including Two Of Them Constituting The Chapters Of ISBN Books. She Has Been Associated With The Academic Activities Of A Few NGOs In India. She Has Participated In Various National And Regional Level Academic Seminars And Workshops In India.

She Also Earned Fulbright Scholarship For A Year At Stanford University, California, USA, She Has Performed Teaching And Provided Her Assistance In Teaching Of Hindi As A Second Language In The Special Language Department In Stanford University, California. She Helped In Organizing Indian Cultural Events And Conversational Gatherings As A Part Of Her Academic Venture. Currently She Is Associated With A NGO Working In The Field Of Girls Education And Women Empowerment.