Anthology on Recent Trends in Indian English Literature launched
'Recent Trends in English literature' has been edited by Saikat Banerjee. This Anthology consisting of Thirty-one research papers is an honest attempt by the author and its contributors to understand the growth and relevance of Indian English literature in the contemporary world.
‘Recent Trends in English literature’ has been edited by Saikat Banerjee. This Anthology consisting of Thirty-one research papers is an honest attempt by the author and its contributors to understand the growth and relevance of Indian English literature in the contemporary world.
Saikat Banerjee is Assistant Professor of English in Dr. K.N. Modi University, Newai, Rajasthan.
He did his B.A (Hons.) & M.A in English Literature from Banaras Hindu University, B.Ed from Guru Govind University, Delhi, M. Phil in English Literature from Central University of Haryana and is presently pursuing his Ph. D.
He is a life member of GIEWEC (Guild of Indian Writers, Editors & Critics), and RASE (Rajasthan Association for Studies in English) and has participated in many National and International seminars and conferences and is actively engaged in research work.
He has presented and published several research articles in journals of world repute. His areas of interest are British Literature, Indian Literature, Post-colonial Literature, Gender studies and British, American & Indian Short story writings.
He is also the guest author for UdaipurTimes.com, a daily e-newspaper and Member of Press for “All India Human Rights Association”.
During the post-independence period Indian English Literature has undergone many transformations be it in the field of poetry, drama and fiction.
But the process of change in the psychological and social phenomenon has not been adequately analyzed or intellectually accounted for. This anthology makes an honest attempt to fill the lacuna to an extent by studying, from multiple perspectives the various relevant themes in the different genres of Indian English Literature of the postcolonial period.
The Anthology which includes thirty-one research papers from various genres of Indian English Literature aims at fascinating the readers with a broad spectrum of perspectives which have much contemporary relevance in the arena of post-colonialism today. It will undoubtedly prove valuable to students, researchers and teachers of English Literature.
The book is the result of the outstanding knowledge the author possess about the subject. He has elaborately explained in the book the relevance of Indian English literature in the modern period. The book is ideal to read for everyone who wants to understand the changes Indian English Literature has undergone since post-independence era to this day.
The anthology is also ideal to evaluate the relevance of the Indian English literature in the contemporary society. It is definitely a result of great research done by the author and its contributors over the subject and is a great contribution towards everyone who wants to understand its present course.
The author has included multiple perspectives about the subject in the book to make it further useful.