This Anthology Assembles Sixteen Essays On Different Aspects Of Modern Criticism, By Some Of The Best Scholars From Six Countries And Four Continents. The Essays, Variously, Examine A Range Of Theoretical Perspectives, Point Up Key Issues In The Area Of Postcolonial Literary Studies, Or Open Up New Interdisciplinary Perspectives For The Future Of Criticism.Among The Critical Schools And Approaches Expounded By The Distinguished Contributors Are Postmodernism, Reader-Response Theory, Postcolonial Theory, Psychoanalytic Criticism, Feminist Criticism And Marxist Criticism. The Concluding Essays Bring The Critical Debate Right Up-To-Date By Suggesting New Critical Paths For The Internet Age.The Contributors Included Such Reputed Experts, From India And Abroad, As T. Ravichandran, Nouri Gana, Prakash Chandra Pradhan, N. Raveendran, Gangadhar Gadgil, Anthonia Kalu, Mala Pandurang, Subhendu Mund, Dámaso Javier Vicente Blanco, And Virgílio Augusto Fernandes Almeida. This Rich And Diverse Volume Will Prove An Invaluable Source Of Reference And Stimulus For Further Thought, For Students And Scholars Alike.
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Teaching a Postmodern Text
A Critical Review
Towards an Inclusive MultiFunctional
The Symbolism of Literature
Toward an Exemplary Relationship between
Feminist Deconstruction and Reconstruction
On Italo Calvinos Invisible Cities
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