Arun Kolatkar And Literary Modernism In India

Author: Laetitia Zecchini
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1623565588
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In this first scholarly work on India's great modern poet, Laetitia Zecchini outlines a story of literary modernism in India and discusses the traditions, figures and events that inspired and defined Arun Kolatkar.

Bombay Modern

Author: Anjali Nerlekar
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 0810132753
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Anjali Nerlekar's Bombay Modern is a close reading of Arun Kolatkar's canonical poetic works that relocates the genre of poetry to the center of both Indian literary modernist studies and postcolonial Indian studies.

Broadcasting In The Modernist Era

Author: Matthew Feldman
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1472513592
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Historicizing Modernism Series Editors Matthew Feldman, Reader in
Contemporary History, Teesside University, UK; and Erik Tonning, ... Series Titles
: Arun Kolatkar and Literary Modernism in India: Moving Lines, Laetitia Zecchini
Ezra ...

Clearing A Space

Author: Amit Chaudhuri
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9781906165017
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This work features essays about Indian popular culture and high culture, travel and location in Paris, Bombay, Dublin, Calcutta and Berlin, empire and nationalism, Indian and Western cinema, music, art and literature, politics, race, and ...

Modernist Literature And Postcolonial Studies

Author: Rajeev Patke
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748682600
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This book interprets modernity as an asymmetrically global phenomenon complexly connected to the course of Western imperialism, and demonstrates how the impact of Western modernism produced new developments in writing from all the former ...

Illustrated History Of Indian Literature In English

Author: Arvind Krishna Mehrotra
Publisher: Orient Blackswan
ISBN: 9788178240312
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The confessional aspect of her work has made her seem like an Indian Sylvia
Plath. But Das is driven less towards ... Arun Kolatkar and Arvind Krishna
Mehrotra are the true Modernists of Indian poetry in English. Both are lean, dry,
and spare ...

Prose Of The World

Author: Saikat Majumdar
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231527675
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that enables the Indian graduate student to conceive a decentered vision of the
city of Oxford, the proverbial center of the ... Chaudhuri's writing on flânerie and
its significance within modernist culture constitutes part of his reading of Dipesh
... His identification with one of the most celebrated quotidian activities in modern
urban literature clearly resonates with his ... In a more recent essay on the Indian
poet Arun Kolatkar, Chaudhuri invokes Benjamin's essay “The Return of the

Rethinking Indian English Literature

Author: U. M. Nanavati
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However, the subversive potential of the Bhakti tradition cannot be easily realized
in the modernist idiom Ramanujan uses. ... Adil Jussawalla, Arun Kolatkar, Dilip
Chitre, Geive Patel and Arvind Krishna Mehrotra capture some of the turmoil of ...

Indian Literature

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—Kamala Das ith the passing of Kamala Das, Indian poetry in English has lost
the last of the great pioneers of its modernist phase—Nissim Ezekiel, Dom
Moraes and Arun Kolatkar having gone a few years ahead of her. But
Malayalam's loss ...

Pn Review

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English poets' 'idiolect is constituted differently: Ramanujan's is of English-
Kannada-Tamil, Kolatkar's and Chitre's of ... The very transnationalism of
modernist poetry that Ramazani champions in his paper depended largely on
these textual elements, on the fact that literature today is also written literature.
Moreover, in India we have a long tradition of literature in largely textual and
standardised 'elite' languages: Sanskrit ... This applies to Arun Kolatkar as much
as to A.K. Ramanujan.