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The Dark Holds No Terrors: A Novel - Shashi Deshpande
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Paperback. Very Good., Allen Lane. PAPERBACK. 0140145982 Good Condition. Five star seller - Buy with confidence! . Good., Allen Lane, Europa Editions. Paperback. 1933372672 LIKE NEW/UNREAD!!! Text is Clean and Unmarked! Has a small black line on the bottom/exterior edge of pages. . Fine. 2009-03-31., Europa Editions, 2009-03-31, Europa Editions. Used - Very Good. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear., Europa Editions, Sarup Book Publishers Pvt Ltd, 2010. First edition. Paperback. New. 15 X 23 cm. Perspectives on Indian English Fiction edited by Jaydipsinh Kisabhai Dodiya is a unique collection of scholarly essays on the fictional works of Raja Rao, Mulk Raj Anand, R.K. Narayan, Bhabani Bhattacharya, Salman Rushdie, V.S.Naipur, Khushwant Singh, Vikram Seth, Amitav Ghosh, Shashi Tharoor, Shashi Deshpande, Geeta Mehta, Bharati Mukherjee, R.P. Jhabvala, Firdaus Kanda, Deepa Agarwal and Basavaraj Naikar among others. About Author : Jaydipsinh Kisabhai Dodiya teaches at Smt. Surekhaben Hasmukhbhai Gardi Institute of English and Comparative Literary Studies, Saurashtra University, Rajkot. He also taught English for eight years at Shardagram College, Mangrol where he got a unique opportunity to work under the dynamic leadership of Dr. Dipchandbhai Gardi, an eminent educationalist, donor and philanthropist of international repute. Dr. Dodiya has presented research papers at several national and international seminars held in India and abroad. Contents : Preface A Critique of Raja Rao`s Art Untouchable-The Dawn of of the Excluded R.K. Narayan`s The Guide from the Verbal to the Visual: An Analysis in Comparison Paradigms of Myth in The Dark Room Space in Bhabani Bhattacharya`s Fiction `Whiffs of Chutney`-History, Nation and Self in The Major Works of Salman Rushdie Naipaul`s Narration of Fictional Auto/Biogaphies A Discourse Analysis of Khushwant Singh`s Novel `Train to Pakistan` Marriage and Domesticity in Vikram Seth`s A Suitable Boy and Jane Austen`s Pride and Prejudice Itihas, History and Novel in The Great Indian Novel The Metaphor of `The Shadow Lines` in Amitav Ghosh Novel Firdaus Kanga`s Trying To Grow: A Critique Rehabilitation of An Indian Nationalist Hero in Basavaj Naikar`s Novel: The Sun Behind The Clound A Taxonomy of Violations: Shashi Deshpande`s The Dark Holds No Terrors A Post Colonial Analysis of a Few of Shashi Deshpade`s Novels Convergence of Myth and Symbols: A Critique of Geeta Mehta`s A River Sutra Progression from Feminine to Female in the Novels of Bharati Mukherjee Deepa Agarwal and Indian Children`s Literature in English: An Introductin Passion, Pride and Predicament: Basavaraj Naikar`s The Thief of Nagarahalli and Other Stories A Kaleidoscopic Vision: Short Stories of Basavaraj Naikar An Exploration of Indianness in R.P. Jhabvala`s Out of India Printed Pages: 92., Sarup Book Publishers Pvt Ltd, 2010, Sarup Book Publishers Pvt Ltd, 2010. First edition. Paperback. New. 15 X 23 cm. Perspectives on Indian English Fiction edited by Jaydipsinh Kisabhai Dodiya is a unique collection of scholarly essays on the fictional works of Raja Rao, Mulk Raj Anand, R.K. Narayan, Bhabani Bhattacharya, Salman Rushdie, V.S.Naipur, Khushwant Singh, Vikram Seth, Amitav Ghosh, Shashi Tharoor, Shashi Deshpande, Geeta Mehta, Bharati Mukherjee, R.P. Jhabvala, Firdaus Kanda, Deepa Agarwal and Basavaraj Naikar among others. About Author : Jaydipsinh Kisabhai Dodiya teaches at Smt. Surekhaben Hasmukhbhai Gardi Institute of English and Comparative Literary Studies, Saurashtra University, Rajkot. He also taught English for eight years at Shardagram College, Mangrol where he got a unique opportunity to work under the dynamic leadership of Dr. Dipchandbhai Gardi, an eminent educationalist, donor and philanthropist of international repute. Dr. Dodiya has presented research papers at several national and international seminars held in India and abroad. Contents : Preface A Critique of Raja Rao`s Art Untouchable-The Dawn of of the Excluded R.K. Narayan`s The Guide from the Verbal to the Visual: An Analysis in Comparison Paradigms of Myth in The Dark Room Space in Bhabani Bhattacharya`s Fiction `Whiffs of Chutney`-History, Nation and Self in The Major Works of Salman Rushdie Naipaul`s Narration of Fictional Auto/Biogaphies A Discourse Analysis of Khushwant Singh`s Novel `Train to Pakistan` Marriage and Domesticity in Vikram Seth`s A Suitable Boy and Jane Austen`s Pride and Prejudice Itihas, History and Novel in The Great Indian Novel The Metaphor of `The Shadow Lines` in Amitav Ghosh Novel Firdaus Kanga`s Trying To Grow: A Critique Rehabilitation of An Indian Nationalist Hero in Basavaj Naikar`s Novel: The Sun Behind The Clound A Taxonomy of Violations: Shashi Deshpande`s The Dark Holds No Terrors A Post Colonial Analysis of a Few of Shashi Deshpade`s Novels Convergence of Myth and Symbols: A Critique of Geeta Mehta`s A River Sutra Progression from Feminine to Female in the Novels of Bharati Mukherjee Deepa Agarwal and Indian Children`s Literature in English: An Introductin Passion, Pride and Predicament: Basavaraj Naikar`s The Thief of Nagarahalli and Other Stories A Kaleidoscopic Vision: Short Stories of Basavaraj Naikar An Exploration of Indianness in R.P. Jhabvala`s Out of India Printed Pages: 92., Sarup Book Publishers Pvt Ltd, 2010, Allen Lane. PAPERBACK. 0140145982 Brand New , printed in english , Ready to ship, fast delivery (5-8 busienss days ) worldwide. . New., Allen Lane, Penguin Books India, 2000. Softcover. New. ‘Why are you still alive—why didn’t you die?’ Years on, Sarita still remembers her mother’s bitter words uttered when as a little girl she was unable to save her younger brother from drowning. Now, her mother is dead and Sarita returns to the family home, ostensibly to take care of her father, but in reality to escape the nightmarish brutality her husband inflicts on her every night. In the quiet of her old father’s company, Sarita reflects on the events of her life: her stultifying small town childhood, her domineering mother, her marriage to the charismatic young poet Manohar (who turns vicious when he realizes his career is going nowhere and that his wife has overtaken him professionally), her children…. As she struggles with her emotions and anxieties, Sarita gradually realizes that there is more to life than dependency on marriage, parents and other such institutions—and she resolves to use her new found truths to make a better life for herself. The Dark Holds No Terrors is a tremendously powerful portrayal of one woman’s fight to survive in a world that offers no easy outs. Printed Pages: 224., Penguin Books India, 2000

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Sarup Book Publishers Pvt Ltd, 2010. First edition. Paperback. New. 15 X 23 cm. Perspectives on Indian English Fiction edited by Jaydipsinh Kisabhai Dodiya is a unique collection of scholarly essays on the fictional works of Raja Rao, Mulk Raj Anand, R.K. Narayan, Bhabani Bhattacharya, Salman Rushdie, V.S.Naipur, Khushwant Singh, Vikram Seth, Amitav Ghosh, Shashi Tharoor, Shashi Deshpande, Geeta Mehta, Bharati Mukherjee, R.P. Jhabvala, Firdaus Kanda, Deepa Agarwal and Basavaraj Naikar among others. About Author : Jaydipsinh Kisabhai Dodiya teaches at Smt. Surekhaben Hasmukhbhai Gardi Institute of English and Comparative Literary Studies, Saurashtra University, Rajkot. He also taught English for eight years at Shardagram College, Mangrol where he got a unique opportunity to work under the dynamic leadership of Dr. Dipchandbhai Gardi, an eminent educationalist, donor and philanthropist of international repute. Dr. Dodiya has presented research papers at several national and international seminars held in India and abroad. Contents : Preface A Critique of Raja Rao`s Art Untouchable-The Dawn of of the Excluded R.K. Narayan`s The Guide from the Verbal to the Visual: An Analysis in Comparison Paradigms of Myth in The Dark Room Space in Bhabani Bhattacharya`s Fiction `Whiffs of Chutney`-History, Nation and Self in The Major Works of Salman Rushdie Naipaul`s Narration of Fictional Auto/Biogaphies A Discourse Analysis of Khushwant Singh`s Novel `Train to Pakistan` Marriage and Domesticity in Vikram Seth`s A Suitable Boy and Jane Austen`s Pride and Prejudice Itihas, History and Novel in The Great Indian Novel The Metaphor of `The Shadow Lines` in Amitav Ghosh Novel Firdaus Kanga`s Trying To Grow: A Critique Rehabilitation of An Indian Nationalist Hero in Basavaj Naikar`s Novel: The Sun Behind The Clound A Taxonomy of Violations: Shashi Deshpande`s The Dark Holds No Terrors A Post Colonial Analysis of a Few of Shashi Deshpade`s Novels Convergence of Myth and Symbols: A Critique of Geeta Mehta`s A River Sutra Progression from Feminine to Female in the Novels of Bharati Mukherjee Deepa Agarwal and Indian Children`s Literature in English: An Introductin Passion, Pride and Predicament: Basavaraj Naikar`s The Thief of Nagarahalli and Other Stories A Kaleidoscopic Vision: Short Stories of Basavaraj Naikar An Exploration of Indianness in R.P. Jhabvala`s Out of India Printed Pages: 92., Sarup Book Publishers Pvt Ltd, 2010, Westland Ltd. Softcover. New. This book deals with the universal questions and dilemmas faced by women anywhere in the world but within a framework and a context which is uniquely Indian. The book resonates with the voices of women who have sometimes intentionally and sometimes serendipitously found their own truth amid chaos, hope in dark times, courage and love in adversity. From author Shashi Deshpande`s quest to keep the writer in her alive through domesticity to Soni Razdan`s brush with a dream debut to women who have lived many lifetimes in their kitchens and work places, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Indian Women is a heartwarming recipe for all those looking for a brimful of inspiration and good cheer on a rainy day. Printed Pages: 250., Westland Ltd, Westland Ltd. Softcover. New. This book deals with the universal questions and dilemmas faced by women anywhere in the world but within a framework and a context which is uniquely Indian. The book resonates with the voices of women who have sometimes intentionally and sometimes serendipitously found their own truth amid chaos, hope in dark times, courage and love in adversity. From author Shashi Deshpande`s quest to keep the writer in her alive through domesticity to Soni Razdan`s brush with a dream debut to women who have lived many lifetimes in their kitchens and work places, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Indian Women is a heartwarming recipe for all those looking for a brimful of inspiration and good cheer on a rainy day. Printed Pages: 250., Westland Ltd, Europa Editions, 2009-03-31. Paperback. Good., Europa Editions, 2009-03-31, Good. Used book in good condition. Has wear to the cover and pages. Contains some markings such as highlighting and writing. 100% guaranteed. 052718, Penguin Books India, 2000. Softcover. New. ‘Why are you still alive—why didn’t you die?’ Years on, Sarita still remembers her mother’s bitter words uttered when as a little girl she was unable to save her younger brother from drowning. Now, her mother is dead and Sarita returns to the family home, ostensibly to take care of her father, but in reality to escape the nightmarish brutality her husband inflicts on her every night. In the quiet of her old father’s company, Sarita reflects on the events of her life: her stultifying small town childhood, her domineering mother, her marriage to the charismatic young poet Manohar (who turns vicious when he realizes his career is going nowhere and that his wife has overtaken him professionally), her children…. As she struggles with her emotions and anxieties, Sarita gradually realizes that there is more to life than dependency on marriage, parents and other such institutions—and she resolves to use her new found truths to make a better life for herself. The Dark Holds No Terrors is a tremendously powerful portrayal of one woman’s fight to survive in a world that offers no easy outs. Printed Pages: 224., Penguin Books India, 2000

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Penguin Books India, 2000. Softcover. New. ‘Why are you still alive—why didn’t you die?’ Years on, Sarita still remembers her mother’s bitter words uttered when as a little girl she was unable to save her younger brother from drowning. Now, her mother is dead and Sarita returns to the family home, ostensibly to take care of her father, but in reality to escape the nightmarish brutality her husband inflicts on her every night. In the quiet of her old father’s company, Sarita reflects on the events of her life: her stultifying small town childhood, her domineering mother, her marriage to the charismatic young poet Manohar (who turns vicious when he realizes his career is going nowhere and that his wife has overtaken him professionally), her children…. As she struggles with her emotions and anxieties, Sarita gradually realizes that there is more to life than dependency on marriage, parents and other such institutions—and she resolves to use her new found truths to make a better life for herself. The Dark Holds No Terrors is a tremendously powerful portrayal of one woman’s fight to survive in a world that offers no easy outs. Printed Pages: 224., Penguin Books India, 2000

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