[Download] ➽ Secularism in the Postcolonial Indian Novel By Neelam Srivastava – E17streets4all.co.uk This study explores the connections between a secular Indian nation and fiction in English by a number of postcolonial Indian writers of the 1980s and 90s Examining writers such as Vikram Seth Salman This study explores the connections between the Postcolonial MOBI ï a secular Indian nation and fiction in English by a number of postcolonial Indian writers of the s and s Examining writers such as Vikram Seth Salman Rushdie Amitav Ghosh Shashi Tharoor and Rohinton Mistry with particularly close readings of Midnight's Children A Suitable Boy The Shadow Lines and The Satanic Verses Neelam Srivastava investigates different aspects of postcolonial identity within the secular framework of the Anglophone novel; The book traces the breakdown of the Nehruvian secular consensus
Secularism in Kindle - between and through these narratives of postcolonial India In particular it examines how these writers use the novel form to re write colonial and nationalist versions of Indian history and how they radically reinvent English as a secular language for narrating India Ultimately it delineates a common conceptual framework for secularism and cosmopolitanism by arguing that Indian secularism can be seen as a located indigenous form of a cosmopolitan identity.
- 210 pages
- Secularism in the Postcolonial Indian Novel
- Neelam Srivastava
- 10 September 2015 Neelam Srivastava