Authored By: Chittaranjan Bhoi
Year of Publication: 2015
|Pages: 202||Binding: Hardback(HB)|
Category: English Literature
|Price in Rs. 560.00||Price in (USA) $. 44.8|
The Rhetoric of Resistance: An Appraisal of John Osborne’s Plays is a wonderful book – surely Bhoi’s most compelling and a definitive guide to Osborne’s ‘Angry Theatre.’
Prof. N.S. R.Ayengar
In this book on John Osborne's plays, Dr. Chittaranjan Bhoi has done a brilliant job of introducing us to the harsh realities of post-war British life, as well as to Osborne's work of transforming these realities into theatrical representations, which Osborne hoped would improve things for the oppressed segments of society he knew were suffering the most. It is my hope that readers of this very fine book will use it not only to see how others have attempted to rescue us from serious social dangers, but also to inspire them personally to act through other means of positive influence.
Thomas Orr, PhD, Retired Professor and Director, University of Aizu, Japan
Dr. Chittaranjan Bhoi is a celebrated scholar of English Literature and Language. He has been teaching English Literature and Language for last 20 years. He is a critic, translator and a bilingual poet. He has several papers published to his credit in International and National journals of repute. He is in the Editorial Board of a number of research journals. Dr. Bhoi is presently working as Associate professor and Vice-Principal, Hi-Tech College of Engineering, Bhubaneswar, Odisha.