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Exploring North-East Indian Writings in English; 2 Volumes / Swami, Indu
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  Book ID : 39264
 
 
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2011 - 2012
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  Vol.1: xviii, 398p., 23 cm. ISBN: 8176257257 / 9788176257251. Vol.2: xii, 170p., 23 cm. ISBN: 8176257877 / 9788176257879.
   
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CONTENTS:-

Volume 1:
1. Tribal identities, literature and contemporary reality in North-East India / Jasbir Jain.
2. Literature, culture and the conflict of the self and identity: reading Desmond L. Kharmawphlang / Monalisa Borgohain.
3. The hornbills from Nagaland: creative expressions of three women writers from Nagaland / Sabiha Anjum Zaidi.
4. Assessing Nini Lungalang's poetry / A.J. Sebastian sdb.
5. An alternate vision: time, space and memory in Kynpham S. Nongkynrih's Haikus and other poems / Farddina Hussain.
6. The politics of poetry: frontier geographies and the Shillong poetry circle / Preetika Venkatakrishnan.
7. Poetry on the lips of the earth: an analysis of poetry from the north-east India / Lalthansangi Ralte.
8. Writing nature, reviving culture: exploring the ecological perspectives in Temsula Ao's selected poetry / Nandini Choudhury Bora.
9. Satire and humour in the writings of Tripura / Bhaskar Roy Barman.
10. From separation to reunion: a study of gateway to heaven / Basavaraj Naikar.
11. An examination of the notion of a nation state in Siddhartha Deb's surface / Amarjeet Nayak.
12. Indira Goswami's The Man from Chinnamasta: a reading from feminist perspective / N.D. Dani.
13. Mitra Phukan's The Collector's Wife: exploring from protest to insurgency / S.M. Gupta.
14. Daisy Hasan's The To-Let House: memory and closure / Susan Oommen.
15. Of Nostalgia and necessity: revisiting north-east India in Siddhartha Deb's fiction / Debarati Bandyopadhyay.
16. Dynamics of culture and anti-colonial resistance in Chinua Achebe's Arrow of God and Easterine Iralu's A Naga Village Remembered: a comparative study / Nigamananda Das.
17. Gender inequality in Easterine Iralu's A Terrible Matriarchy / A.J. Sebastian sdb.
18. Synthetic versus spontaneous: an appraisal of north eastern sensibility in Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss and Mamang Dai's River Poems / Nilanshu Kumar Agarwal.
19. The unheard voices: an analysis of selected short stories of Indira Goswami / Ambika G. Mallya.
20. Matrices of quest: non-fictional pose writing in English from north-east India / Nigamananda Das.
21. Indira Goswami's crusade against oppression of the marginalized upper caste widows / T. Jayasudha.
22. The inheritance of shackles: reconsidering the three female protagonists of Indira Goswami / Kaustav Chakraborty.
23. Assamese language newspapers, a polemic discussion: with special reference to the chances of survival of the vernacular language newspapers in the face of globalization of the English language / Dibyajyoti Sarma.
24. Discourses and actions: Indian state in north-east India / Rashi Bhargava.
25. The relevance of mainstream Indian feminism to north-east India / Indu Swami.

Volume 2:
1. The Valiant first sex of the land of the Brahmaputra: the Heroic womanhood of the North-east in the fictionof Indira Gloswami / G.K. Das.
2. The naked sky is the witness: contemporary poetry in English from Sikkim and Tripura / Nigamananda Das.
3. Mental Maps of sorrow's hills: Nabanita Kanungo and the poetry of witness / Preetika Venkatakrishnan.
4. Sweeping generalizations false dichotomies: an examination of the insider-outsider dichotomy in Anjum Hasn's Lunatic in My Head / Amarjeet Nayak.
5. More than Tractor Art: a reading of some Assamese short stories of Moushumi Kandali / Sanjib Sahoo.
6. Reading Mitra Phukan more as a humanist than a feminist / S. Kanitha.
7. Pages stained with Blood: an interactive introduction / N.D. Dani.
8. My Songs and Universal Voices: analyzing poetry of Arbind Kumar Choudhary / Bhaskar Roy Barman.
9. The poetic paysage Bhaskasr Roy Barman / Arbind Kumar Choudhary.
10. Ethno-ecology, women's predicaments and the idea of evil in selected works of Mamang Dai and Indira Goswami / Nigamananda Das.
11. Like a leaf of a page leaping up in flames: a book review of Krishna Barua's Not I, But the Wind / Sukanya Sharma.

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Volume 1:
The present anthology entitled Exploring North-East Indian Writings in English, volume 1 is a modest attempt to evaluate some prominent literary figures of north-east Indian writings in English. It includes twenty five critical essays on some of the latest perspectives of the region by eminent scholars. There are references to many other writers as well in the process of discussion.

The anthology would surely serve as a valuable source book for the writers, readers, scholars, teachers and academicians who want to be fully acquainted with the works of north east Indian writers in English. It will undoubtedly help them sharpen their critical understanding with its ample food for thought. 

Volume 2:
The term 'North East' is a form of geographical linguistic and ethnic stereotyping that clubs together eight disparate, often misunderstood sister states comprising of Assam. Meghalaya. Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura, Manipur, Mizoram and Sikkim that happen to lie in the Northeastern periphery of the Indian union.

North-East India is an under represented region in many ways. The troubled political climate, the beautiful landscape and the confluence of various ethnic groups perhaps and given rise to a body of writings that is completely different from the rest of India. Some of the most interesting Indian writing in English today is coming from this region.

The present anthology, Exploring North East Indian Writings in English in English, Volume II, is a sincere attempt to evaluate some prominent literary figures of North East Indian Literature in English. It includes more than ten in depth critical essays on some of the latest perspectives of the region by eminent scholar of the country. There are references to many other writers as well in the process of discussion.

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