A Critical Study of the Fictional World of R.K. Narayan by Amandeep Rana

By Amandeep Rana

The booklet is an try and study and assessment R.K. Narayan's fictional global within the mild of recent and post-modern ideas. Many books have already been released, containing reliable scholarly essays on his novels and short-stories. the current booklet won't in simple terms be a step within the comparable course, however it also will make the reader imagine and know the way, even after lots severe paintings on Narayan over the past 3 a long time, there are lots of quarters that have no longer been touched through the critics and students so far.

The ebook will take the reader to enterprise past unexplored areas within the fictional international of Narayan. as well as this, it is going to additionally profit critics who desire to paintings on Narayan yet are not able to discover an appropriate subject, and whose proposals are commonly rejected, with an easy remark that a lot paintings has already been performed in this author and there's not often any scope for extra examine during this box. The booklet can be worthy to scholars of English Literature to grasp how sleek methods and theories of feedback might be utilized to standard Indian writers.

The booklet comprises sixteen papers. a few papers are by means of well known critics who're already in instructing career. a number of papers are through study students (working on Narayan for his or her Doctoral degree), that have been incorporated due to their solely new process during this sphere. For a number of articles, that have been borrowed from journals, the permission has already been taken. those articles were incorporated as a result of their relevance and insight.

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