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Publisher:Prestige Books
Published In:1998
Binding Type:Hardback
Weight:0.93 lbs
Pages:pp. 136, Index, Notes, Biblio.

The Title "The Fiction of Rohinton Mistry Critical Studies" is written by Jaydipsinh Dodiya. This book was published in the year 1998. The ISBN number 8175510463|9788175510463 is assigned to the Hardback version of this title. This book has total of pp. 136 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Prestige Books. We have about 371 other great books from this publisher. The Fiction of Rohinton Mistry Critical Studies is currently Not Available with us.You can enquire about this book and we will let you know the availability.

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About the Book

Rohinton Mistry, the socio-political novelist, has emerged as a formidable writer on the world literary scene. As an Indian who now lives in and writes from Canada, he is a writer of the Indian Diaspora. He is by no means a prolific writer; he has published, within a span of ten years, only three works. His maiden Anthology of Short Stories Tales from Firozsha Baag (1987) was followed by a remarkable first novel Such a Long Journey (1991) which heralded his arrival as a gifted novelist. His latest novel A Fine Balance (1995) has received a worldwide acclaim, and is considered a landmark in the History of Indian fiction. No wonder, there has been a widespread growth of interest in his writings The relation between literature and life seems the object of increased attention in his writings; his novels are closely linked with the social and political background. Like Nayantara Sahgal, Salman Rushdie, Khushwant Singh and Shashi Tharoor, he is deeply involved with history. It is desirable therefore to analyze Mistry's fiction in order to understand the whole range of the novelist's use of history, which helps us to see how it impinges on the nature and scope of his fictional style. One further discovers that history-fiction interface, practised by Mistry, is fascinating and culturally significant. The present volume, edited by eminent scholar Jaydipsinh Dodiya, represents a wide spectrum of critical responses to Mistry's fiction. The contributors to the volume comprise an august group of scholars and academics of international repute.



1. Literature of the Indian Diaspora in Canada/Jaydipsinh Dodiya
2. Fiction across Worlds : Some Writers of Indian Origin in Canada/M.L. Pandit
3. "When Old Tracks are Lost" : Rohinton Mistry's Fiction as Diasporic Discourse/Nilufer E. Bharucha

1. Parsi Culture and Vision in Rohinton Mistry's Such a Long Journey and Firdaus Kanga's Trying to Grow/N.P. Sharma
2. Modes of Resistance in the South-Asian Novel : A Study of the Fiction by Bapsi Sidhwa, Rohinton Mistry and Yasmine Gooneratne/Gita Viswanath
3. From behind A Fine Veil : A Feminist Reading of Three Parsi Novels/Nilufer E. Bharucha

1. Local Colour in Tales from Firozsha Bang/S. Ramaswamy
2. Geophysical Imagination and History in the Fiction of Rohinton Mistry and Bharati Mukherjee/Neelam Tikkha
3. Bad Faith in "Lend Me Your Light"/Subhash Chandra
4. Such a Long Journey such a Long Journey : A Critical Study/Jaydipsinh Dodiya
5. Such a Long Journey and its Critical Acclaim/M. Mani Meitei
6. Thematic Concerns in Such a Long Journey/Anita Myles
7. The Parsi Community in Such a Long Journey/Jaydipsinh Dodiya

1. Novel as History : A Study of Such a Long Journey and A Fine Balance/Nila Shah
2. "And Everything Ends badly" : A Reading of a Fine Balance/Vinita Dhondiyal Bhatnagar
3. Designer Quilt : A Study of a Fine Balance/B. Indira
4. A Critical Appraisal of a Fine Balance/Nila Shah
5. The Text of Cruelty : Power and Violence in a Fine Balance/Pramod K. Nayar
The Politics of Survival and Domination in a Fine Balance/Novy Kapadia


1. Nilufer E. Bharucha, University of Bombay
2. Vinita Dhondiyal Bhatnagar, CIEFL. Lucknow
3. Subhash Chandra, S.B.S. College, University of Delhi
4. Jaydipsinh Dodiya, Shardagram Arts & Comm. College. Mangrol
5. B. Indira Andhra University, Visakhapatnam
6. Novy Kapadia, S.G.T.B. Khalsa College. University of Delhi
7. M. Mani Meitei, Manipur University, Imphal
8. Anita Myles. University of Gorakhpur
9. Pramod K. Nayar, Kuvempu University, Shimoga
10. M.L. Pandit, IGNOU, New Delhi
11. S. Ramaswamy. Bangalore University
12. Nila Shah, Jasani Arts and Commerce College, Rajkot
13. N.P. Sharma, Govt. P.G. College. Dhar
14. Neelam Tikkha. Kamla Nehru College of Engg., Nagpur
15. Gita Viswanath, Tolani Arts College. Adipur

About the Editors

Jaydipsinh Dodiya is the Head of the English Department at Sharda-gram College in Mangrol, Gujarat. He has presented many scholarly-papers at national and international conferences. He has recently published a book entitled A Practical English (irammur and Composition. Currently, he is working on a project on Indian-English literature, with a focus on the Parsi writers.

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