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Mediating Indian writing in English, German responses.


Mediating Indian writing in English, German responses.

Ed. by Bernd-Peter Lange and Mala Pandurang.

Rawat Publications


330 pages




German academics, most with personal knowledge of India and a connection with post-colonial studies, respond to creative literary production in English by writers born in India who have partaken in varied facets of an Indian experience. Their topics include images of Indianness in current constructions of Germanness, Salman Rushdie's fictions between post-national belonging and global un-belonging, and the representation of education in Indian novels in English. No index is provided. Distributed in the US by South Asia Books.

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