The present volume Critical Essays on Indian English Poetry and Drama, edited by Dr. A.M. Nawale is an enterprising anthology that offers new ideas and disclosure of themes and motifs in the corpus of Indian English poetry and drama. A diverse range of essays forms the substance of this book, which will infallibly augment the reader's interest in this area. The essays in this collection discuss output in poetry and drama from across the length and breadth of the nation.
This book has wide-ranging critiques on pertinent concerns. Scholarly essays on the works of renowned poets and playwrights govern the compilation of this book. It is delightful to take cognizance of the fact that works by women poets and playwrights are also featured in it. The book evinces genuine critical attention and is a substantial venture. It will pave the way for expanding the literary horizons of scholars as well as readers.