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Tuesday, 23. May 2017 - 10:16 Uhr

Colorful Paradigms of Values in Arun Joshis Novels by Abnish Singh Chauhan


ajay-kumar-sharma-2I am highly obliged to respected Prof (Dr) Ajay Kumar Sharm​ of Meerut University​ for the inclusion of my research paper​- 'Colorful Paradigms of Values in Arun Joshi's Novels'​ (Pp. 33-45) in his marvelous anthology 'Critical Perspectives on Indian English Literature'​ (2017).​ The book covers 24 scholarly papers of Indian authors on different themes of literary and linguistic importance, particularly focusing on Indian poetry, drama and fiction. As the title itself suggests, the book is a beautiful bouquet of practical criticism designed to offer the socio-philosophical fragrance to the lovers of Indian English Literature.

My heartiest congratulations to Prof Sharma and Atlantic Publishers & Distributors​, New Delhi​ for this excellent piece of language and literature​!
 
- Dr Abnish Singh Chauhan

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Tuesday, 23. May 2017 - 09:58 Uhr

Critical Perspectives on Indian English Literature


ajay-kumar-sharma-1​I am highly obliged to respected Prof (Dr) Ajay Kumar Sharm​ of Meerut University​ for the inclusion of my research paper​- 'Colorful Paradigms of Values in Arun Joshi's Novels'​ (Pp. 33-45) in his marvelous anthology 'Critical Perspectives on Indian English Literature'​ (2017).​ The book covers 24 scholarly papers of Indian authors on different themes of literary and linguistic importance, particularly focusing on Indian poetry, drama and fiction. As the title itself suggests, the book is a beautiful bouquet of practical criticism designed to offer the socio-philosophical fragrance to the lovers of Indian English Literature.

My heartiest congratulations to Prof Sharma and Atlantic Publishers & Distributors​, New Delhi​ for this excellent piece of language and literature​!
 
- Dr Abnish Singh Chauhan


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Wednesday, 28. September 2016 - 15:56 Uhr

The Fictional World of Arun Joshi : Paradigm Shift in Values by Abnish Singh Chauhan

Book Details 
Publisher - Authorspress, Delhi
ISBN-10- 9352071123
Edition- 1
Number of Pages- 278 Pages
Publication Year- 2016 January
Language- English
ISBN-13- 9789352071128
Binding- Hardcover
 
   

Price
In Rs. 840.00
In $. 67.2

About the Book

Arun Joshi (1939-1993), who opened new panoramas of thought and imagination in Indian Fiction in English through the realistic portrayal of contemporary issues and the concomitant depiction of paradigm shift of values in the rapidly changing life and society, is a pragmatic novelist. He displays the hale and hearty universal lessons of social life, cultural phenomenon and spiritual heritage together with a number of traditional and modern values which might have been temporarily relegated to the background but are pertinent and appropriate despite the rapid growth of man, material and power in today's world. The Fictional World of Arun Joshi: Paradigm Shift in Values explores his novels, namely: The Foreigner, The Strange Case of Billy Biswas, The Apprentice, The Last Labyrinth and The City and The River; and a collection of his short stories: The Survivor and Other Stories, along with two other short stories published in different magazines, which tender fresh and forceful interpretation of his contents through the Eastern and Western cases and go into great detail of their impact on mankind in general. Joshi's understanding and perception of modern life and its predicament in the light of emerging paradigms of values coalesce to create sense of values among the readers so that they can realize and judge the worth and importance of healthy values in their lives for real success, happy living and enduring peace.


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