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Indian Literature in English - Lecture Notes - Indian Literature - Prof. DR. C. Reinfandt

Indian Literature

Post: December 21th, 2011
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English literature produced in India by British writers in the days of colonialism) and Indo-English literature on the other, written in English by Indians, before and after Independence. The emerging historical trajectory of colonial and postcolonial writing will then be pitted against standard accounts of English literary history.
English literature produced in India by British writers in the days of colonialism) and Indo-English literature on the other, written in English by Indians, before and after Independence. The emerging historical trajectory of colonial and postcolonial writing will then be pitted against standard accounts of English literary history.
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___________________________________________________________________________ Indian Literature in English: An Introduction Picking up a long-standing tradition inaugurated in Tübingen by Prof. Gerhard Stilz, this course of lectures will introduce students to literature written in English in India. This body of work (‘Indian-English Literature’) can be usefully subdivided into AngloIndian literature on the one hand (i.e., English literature produced in India by British writers in the days of colonialism) and Indo-English literature on the other, written in English by Indians, before and after Independence. The emerging historical trajectory of colonial and postcolonial writing will then be pitted against standard accounts of English literary history. Lecture 1: Introduction 1) 2) 3) 4) Starting Points Time Frames The Status of the English Language in India Course Overview 1) Starting Points - the “Stilz-tradition” - the Frankfurt Book Fair 2006 - the Pune-connection India (..

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