NOC:Indian Fiction in English


Lecture 1 - Indian Fiction in English - Introduction


Lecture 2 - Rushdie and Indian Writing


Lecture 3 - Situating 'fiction' in the history of Indian Writing in English


Lecture 4 - Indian Writing in English: A Background


Lecture 5 - Introducing Indian Fiction in English


Lecture 6 - The Critical Tradition of Indian Fiction in English


Lecture 7 - The rise of novel in regional languages: Indulekha


Lecture 8 - Rajmohan's Wife to Kanthapura


Lecture 9 - Kanthapura, Mythmaking and Gandhi


Lecture 10 - Mahatma and Indian novels in English


Lecture 11 - Waiting for the Mahatma - Part I


Lecture 12 - Waiting for the Mahatma - Part II


Lecture 13 - Indian Fiction in English: 1950s and 1960s


Lecture 14 - Heat and Dust


Lecture 15 - The Strange Case of Billy Biswas


Lecture 16 - Cry, the Peacock


Lecture 17 - Midnight's children: An introduction


Lecture 18 - Reading Midnight's Children


Lecture 19 - Salman Rushdie in Indian Fiction in English


Lecture 20 - Midnight's Children


Lecture 21 - Zelaldinus: A Masque


Lecture 22 - Trotter Nama


Lecture 23 - Shadow Lines


Lecture 24 - Reading the Shadow Lines


Lecture 25 - Caste in Indian English Fiction


Lecture 26 - Caste in Untouchable


Lecture 27 - Reading The God of Small Things - I


Lecture 28 - Reading The God of Small Things - II


Lecture 29 - Other Representations of Caste in IE fiction


Lecture 30 - All About H.Hatterr


Lecture 31 - Rich Like Us


Lecture 32 - Partition novels


Lecture 33 - White Tiger


Lecture 34 - Notes on the New Indian Novel in English


Lecture 35 - Riot: A Novel by Shashi Tharoor


Lecture 36 - English, August by Upamanyu Chatterjee


Lecture 37 - The Hungry Tide by Amitav Ghosh


Lecture 38 - Remains of the Feast


Lecture 39 - Writings in English from the Northeast: Reading Temsula Ao


Lecture 40 - The writings of Ruskin Bond


Lecture 41 - Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai


Lecture 42 - Indian Fiction in English - Positioning Literary Studies


Lecture 43 - New Writings in Contemporary Indian Fiction in English


Lecture 44 - Graphic Novel in India


Lecture 45 - The city in Indian English Fiction


Lecture 46 - Postcoloniality and its Challenges


Lecture 47 - Commomwealth literature does not exist