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The Fiction of Raja Rao : Critical Studies

Edited by Rajeshwar Mittapalli and Pier Paolo Piciucco, Atlantic, 2001, vi, 273 p, ISBN : 8126900180, $28.00 (Includes free airmail shipping)

The Fiction of Raja Rao : Critical Studies/edited by Rajeshwar Mittapalli and Pier Paolo PiciuccoContents: Preface. 1. Raja Rao: a philosophical Novelist/Mallikarjun Patil. 2. Rope in the serpent: comments on Raja Rao’s Indian vision and voice/M.S. Pati. 3. Stylistics in Raja Rao’s Kanthapura: an Indian response/Prem Prakash. 4. "Raja Rao and Arundhati Roy’s Indianization of English in their fiction"/Mallikarjun Patil. 5. A plea and a cheer for Indian English: a note on Raja Rao/Alessandro Monti. 6. Kanthapura : a stylistic feat in Indian English novel writing/Gajendra Kumar. 7. Myth in Raja Rao’s Kanthapura/S.P. Swain. 8. Mythic narrative in Raja Rao’s Kanthapura/K. Ratna Shiela Mani. 9. The Village in Raja Rao’s Kanthapura/Thomas Augustine. 10. Gandhian ideology: a study of Raja Rao’s Kanthapura/Uday Shankar Ojha. 11. Kanthapura: a portrait of Village Gandhi/Mallikarjun Patil. 12. The feminine principle in The serpent and the rope/S.S. Agarwalla. 13. The serpent and the rope: a reappraisal/H.U. Khan. 14. Search for identity : a study of Raja Rao’s The serpent and the rope/S.P. Swain. 15. The serpent and the rope : a critical inquiry/R.S. Tiwari. 16. In between The serpent and the rope/Pier Paolo Piciucco. 17. The theme of marriage in Raja Rao’s The serpent and the ropes/S.P. Swain. 18. The role of caste in Raja Rao’s Cat and Shakespeare/Ragini Ramachandra. 19. Raja Rao’s The cat and Shakespeare: a western view/Claudio Gorlier. 20. Quest for truth—a study of Ontology in Raja Rao’s The Chessmaster and his moves : a saga of love/Ramesh Kumar Gupta. 21. The growth of mind and art of Raja Rao: his short stories/B. Vyaghreswarudu. 22. Sri Rama rides again: Hindu and Raj views of Holy Benares/Alessandro Monti. Select bibliography.
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