1 edition of The history of Indian literature found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Albrecht Weber ; tr. from the 2d German ed. by John Mann ... and Theodor Zachariae ... ; with sanction of the author ...|
|Series||Tru bner"s oriental series|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 360 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||360|
Back of the Book This book is an illustrated history of two hundred year of Indian literature in English. It starts by looking at the introduction of English into Indian’s complex language scenario around It then takes up the canonical poets, novelists, and dramatists, as well as unjustly forgotten figures, who have made significant contributions to Indian literature in English. Early Indian writers used English unadulterated by Indian words to convey an experience which was essentially Indian. Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay (–) wrote Rajmohan's Wife and published it in ; it is the first Indian novel written in English.
Epochs of Indian History: Ancient India B.C. This book has been considered by academicians and scholars of great significance and value to literature. This forms a part of the knowledge base for future generations. A huge variety of literature spanning across history, culture and politics was written in this period. With the coming of the British in India, works started to be written in English language. As more and more Indians became well versed with the English language, the number of works in English literature began to grow.
The Indian English fiction has had a meteoritic growth during the dawn of the millennium year and the writing in all genres of literature has gained momentum, particularly the Indian novel, the doyens of the Indian writing like n, Mulk Raj Anand, and their ilk promoted the conventional mode of writing. Chauduri's Picador Book of Modern Indian Literature offers an alternate swath of Indian literature; works in Bengali, Hindi, Malayalam and Urdu, as well as English and other languages. It was this.
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Nearly seventy-five years ago Maurice Winternitz, the famous Austrian scholar and wrote the first volume of his A History of Indian Literature in German. This was followed by the second and third volumes after a few : Maurice Winternitz.
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By Albrecht Weber. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 5 November Pub. location London. Imprint by: For anyone interested in the story of English in India, or in the finest English storytellers of India, this book, an illustrated history of two hundred years of Indian literature in English, should be a useful companion.
It discusses the canonical poets, novelists and dramatists as well as many of. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Weber, Albrecht, History of Indian literature.
London: K. Paul. It discusses the canonical poets, novelists and dramatists as well as many of the lesser known literary figures - scientists, spiritualists and learned men and women - who have made major contributions to the evolution of Indian literature in English.
The book comprises 24 chapters, each by a well-known writer or s: 1. Indian literature refers to the literature produced on the Indian subcontinent until and in the Republic of India thereafter.
The term "Indian literature" is sometimes used more loosely to refer to literature of the Indian diaspora (people of Indian origin living outside of India). The first book written by an Indian in English was by Sake Dean Mahomet, titled Travels of Dean Mahomet; Mahomet's travel narrative was published in in England.
In its early stages it was influenced by the Western art form of the novel/5(65). Narrative Literature 3. Drama 4. Sanskrit Grammer 5. Pali Literature 6. Prakrit Literature 7. Tamil Literature. Sanskrit Kavya: Like other countries the epics constitute an important aspect of the Sanskrit literature in India.
Two important epics were produced during the ancient times viz. Mahabharata and Ramayana. INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE Page 3 RAJA RAO PAGIDIPALLI LITERATURE Vikram Seth, author of A Suitable Boy () is a writer who uses a purer English and more realistic themes.
Being a self-confessed fan ofJane Austen, his attention is on the story. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Winternitz, ioned: ble. The history of indian literature,Literature. EMBED (for hosted blogs and item tags).
This book is the finest history of Indian writings in English, without any second thought, go for it/5(44). History of Indian English literature enlightens readers that the first book written by any Indian in English was by Sake Dean Mahomet, titled Travels of Dean Mahomet; Mahomet's travel treatise was published in in England.
In its early stages, the narration was influenced by the Western art form of the 'novel'. The subtitle of this delightful book of sketches is “The Ingredients of Social Life at ‘Our Station’ in India”.
Captain Atkinson describes with a delicious wry touch the ramshackle routine in the backwoods of British India in the s: the innocent young subaltern. History of Indian Literature caters the wide bifurcation between the ancient scriptures to the adapted colonial tongue, and the attempt of the empire writing back.
Indian literature, through its umpteen legends and folklores in prehistoric times, is today unanimously recognised and acknowledged as one of the oldest in the world. A History of Indian Literature: Western impact: Indian response, Sisir Kumar Das Snippet view - /5(3).
The earliest Indian literature took the form of the canonical Hindu sacred writings, known as the Veda, which were written in Sanskrit.
To the Veda were added prose commentaries such as the Brahmanas and the Upanishads. A rigorous book, with a brilliant introduction, this compendium joins K. Srinivasa Iyengar's legendary Indian Writing in English. Essential.
Choice [A] useful and detailed guide to a varied body of writing. Times Literary Supplement [A] first truly comprehensive history of the extensive and now widely read and respected Indian literature in.
OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages ; 22 cm. Contents: IntroductionFirst period: Vedic literatureSecond period: Sanskrit literature. The best books on India, Ancient and Modern recommended by William Dalrymple.
The award-winning writer selects five books on India and says that the Mahabharata, eight times the length of the Bible, is one of the great works of literature of mankind -. Introduction.
Literature that was written before is considered as Indian literature. Literature in Sanskrit which includes the sacred books – the Vedas, Upanishads is in the form of epics in Indian literature.Panchatantra, (Sanskrit: “Five Treatises” or “Five Chapters”) also spelled Pancatantra, collection of Indian animal fables, which has had extensive circulation both in the country of its origin and throughout the Europe the work was known under the name The Fables of Bidpai (for the narrator, an Indian sage, Bidpai, called Vidyapati in Sanskrit), and one version reached the.the history of indian literature Originally published in This volume from the Cornell University Library's print collections was scanned on an APT BookScan and converted to JPG format by Kirtas Technologies/5(2).