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Point of View A Personal Response to Life, Literature and Politics

by  Nayantara Sahgal
Point of View A Personal Response to Life, Literature and Politics,817551017X,9788175510173


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Book Information

Publisher:Prestige Books
Published In:1997
Binding Type:Hardback
Weight:1.13 lbs
Pages:pp. 202

The Title "Point of View A Personal Response to Life, Literature and Politics" is written by Nayantara Sahgal. This book was published in the year 1997. The ISBN number 817551017X|9788175510173 is assigned to the Hardback version of this title. This book has total of pp. 202 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Prestige Books. We have about 368 other great books from this publisher. Point of View A Personal Response to Life, Literature and Politics is currently Available with us.

About the Book

The present Book brings together Nayantara Sahgal's public addresses delivered at literary conferences and a varied selection of her published articles on her personal life, her Fiction and her comments on the contemporary Indian scene.

About the Author

Born in Allahabad to Vijaylakshmi and Ranjit Pandit, Nayantara Sahgal was the second of their three daughters. Niece to Jawaharlal Nehru, independent India's first prime minister, she was at a young age exposed to the idealism and the determination that marked the country's struggle for freedom. She received her education at Woodstock, an American missionary school in Mussoorie, and Wellsley College, Massachusetts. She has published numerous articles, two autobiographies and eight novels, the latest being Mistaken Identity. Sahgal's lasting contribution is the historical perspective she has presented in her political novels. She has received several prestigious awards including the Sinclair Fiction Prize, the Sahitya Akademi Award and the Commonwealth Writers Prize (Eurasia).

In her novels Nayantara Sahgal has drawn on a rich personal heritage and on her active career as a journalist-observer of Indian politics. She has been especially sensitive to the condition of Indian women emerging from a rigidly confining social structure into a modern society. Her novels cover the span of twentieth century Indian history from the eve of World War I through the declining days of British imperial rule, into the stormy early years of independence and partition of 1947 and the struggle, in the last quarter of the century, to preserve democracy under the threats of autocracy and bitter religious and ethnic conflicts.



1. Equality with Tears
2. My New Novel : A Day in Shadow
3. Some Recent Books
4. Commitment a Style
5. The Testament of an Indo-Anglian Writer
6. Turning Point
7. The Virtuous Woman
8. Reflections on a Death in the Family
9. Friends, This is India-Hold on

1. India's Identity in Mistaken Identity
2. Illusion and Reality
3. An Aspect of Terror
4. The Myth Reincarnated
5. Some Thoughts on the Puzzle of Identity
6. The Schizophrenic Imagination

1. The End of an Era
2. Freedom of Press in Jeopardy
3. The Vanished Art of Government
4. The Sound and Fury
5. Revolution and Counter-Revolution

1. Indira Gandhi's Emergence and Style
2. Letter to the Sahitya Akademi
3. A Barbarous Situation
4. The Clear Call of Conscience
5. The India we want to See
6. A Letter from Mrs. Gandhi's India
7. The Romance and Reality of Mrs. Gandhi's Rise to Power
8. Introduction to A Voice far Freedom

1. A Tribute to the Punjab
2. Heroes and Hysteria
3. Anything Goes
4. Drinking-Indian Style
5. Intellectual Giant of the Century
6. The Tragedy of America
7. Nabokov Remembered
8. Surviving the New Monster
9. Hindutva : Art Has the Answer
10. At the Mercy of Her Izzat
11. Delhi : Body but No Soul
12. Sins of the Assassin