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          English Literature
 Post-War English Novel: A Study in Humanism 
Rudra Prasad Mahto

The novel today stands around a humanistic concept of the world. The present book deals with the fiction of William Golding, John Wain, Iris Murdoch, Doris Lessing and Angus Wilson who share an anxiety about man and his position in the world.

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 Robert Browning: Character and Motive in The Ring and the Book 
P. Hannah Padma

Robert Browning is the most significant poet of the Victorian era. His magnum opus The Ring and the Book is based on a Roman murder case. Choosing monologue and blank verse as his medium, Browning takes care that each version of the talk has an authenticity in tune with the......

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 Robert Browning: The Later Poetry 
Nandita Sinha

The period following The Ring and the Book has been ignored by critics on the assumption that Browning’s best work had been completed by then. The astonishing range and versatility of the later poems are a refutation of this view and the book establishes the importance of the......

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 Romantic Drama & Charles Lamb 
M.N. Chatterjee

The book seeks a re-appraisal of the English Romantic period in the context of drama. It focusses on Charles Lamb who etched his name as a critic of Shakespearean Tragedy and Restoration Comedy.

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 Romanticism: A Reconsideration 
N.M. Aston, ed.

Romanticism heralded a new era of golden age for mankind. Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Shelley, Lamb and Hazlitt are the true representatives of the romantic movement. The volume makes a fresh evaluation of ‘ro-manticism’ as a concept and its application to significant works......

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 Samuel Beckett 
Nishi Chawla

Samuel Beckett, best known for his play Waiting for Godot, is one of the foremost writers of the twentieth century. Nishi Chaw-la explores in her study Beckett’s ines-capable involvement with the fundamental issues of existence and identity.

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 Shakespeare in the Twentieth Century 
N.M. Aston, ed.

The volume brings together a series of scho-larly papers on William Shakespeare who is regarded the greatest dramatist of the world. A special feature of the book is perceptive analyses of Indian responses to Shakespeare, assessing his position in the 21st century.

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 Shakespeare: New Dimensions 
K. Dwarakanath

The book explores the multiple possibilities for the study of Shakespeare. It approaches Shakespeare’s plays from both literary and linguistic point of view. The study focuses on the four soul-stirring tragedies, namely Hamlet, King Lear, Othello and Macbeth.

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 Shifting Paradigms: Essays on Literature and Theory 
A. Raghu

The volume stands out for its astonishing thematic range—from Advaita to postmo-dernism, from Philip Sidney to Nissim Eze-kiel, from pornography to nation theory, from Manonmaniya Sundaram Pillai to George Bernard Shaw, from Indian Writing in English to Australian literature.

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 Strindberg’s Miss Julie: A Study 
Nandita Sinha

August Strindberg (1849-1912) ranks as one of the great masters of modern European drama and a major influence on many inno-vative writers of the twentieth century. His varied and prolific writings encompassed a vast range of styles from naturalism and symbolism to......

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