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  • Raja Ram Mohan Roy

    Ram Mohan Roy, Indian Social Reformer Ram Mohan Roy was born in an rich family in the 1774. He is also known as 'The Father of the Bengal Renaissance'. As a student he studied Persian, Arabic and Sanskrit languages. In his youth he had differences with his father about his religious views. He eventually...

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  • Raja Ram Mohan Roy

    Raja Ram Mohan Roy, one .JT\of the great reformers of renaissance India has commanded respect to the point of veneration and has been acclaimed as a Versatile presence on the Indian Historical firmament. All his life, he fought to reform the society because he believed that social and religious reform...

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  • raja ram mohan roy biography

     Ram Mohan Roy, Ram Mohan also spelled Rammohun or Rammohan (22 may 1772-27 September 1833) was an Indian religious, social and educational reformer who challenged traditional Hindu Culture and indicated the lines of progrees for Indian Society under British rule. He is sometimes called the maker...

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  • Achievements of Raja Ram Mohan Roy

    Raja Ram Mohan Roy is considered as the pioneer of modern Indian Renaissance for the remarkable reforms he brought in the 18th century India. Among his efforts, the abolition of the sati-prRaja Ram Mohan Roy is considered as the pioneer of modern Indian Renaissance for the remarkable reforms he brought...

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  • Indian Writers

    SEMESTER – III PAPER I: INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH PAPER I: INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH Unit I: Rise of the Indian Novel in English, Indian English Writing and the Problems of Expression, Pre-Independence Poetry, Overhead Poetry, Casteism, Nationalism...

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  • English Writers

    Making an ice cream People usually buy ice cream in grocery stores, but making one could be really fun. It is not that hard to make ice cream because it only takes a little time. Actually, making ice cream is as easy and enjoyable as eating it. There are nine easy steps to make a delicious ice cream...

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  • Indian English

    Features of Indian English Indian English refers to dialects or varieties of English spoken primarily in India and also by Indian Diaspora elsewhere In the world. Due to British colonialism for over two hundred years’ as were used more to British English than to American, Australian or Canadian English. And...

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  • Insights Into Modern Indian Writers

    The growing interst in Indian writing in English is evident from the number of fora it is discussed, thrashed and even debated. With the growing body of IWE writers, one would naturally expect that the subject of writing follows a normal scattered distribution. If some writers are not comfortable using...

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  • 17th Century English Writers

    Matt Mclellan February 4, 2002 6pm class Monday The Pen Is Mightier Than The King The 17th century saw a king's head roll and an English Caesar sit the throne, in the midst of all of this a new class was rising. England in the 17th century was rife with change, there was much work to be done...

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  • Pakistani Writer in English

    1925 Categorie(s): Fiction, Literary Source: http://gutenberg.net.au 1 About Woolf: Virginia Woolf (January 25, 1882 – March 28, 1941) was an English novelist and essayist regarded as one of the foremost modernist literary figures of the twentieth century. During the interwar period, Woolf was a...

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  • Indian born English writer Eric Blair’s (written name George Orwell) “Animal Farm

    Indian born English writer Eric Blair’s (written name George Orwell) “Animal Farm” was written in 1946 and was aimed to be a satirical and allegorical comment on the Red October Soviet Revolution. The novella focused exclusively in the time frame of the Soviet Union from 1916 up until 1950 and the events...

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  • D. C. Chambial’s Review of Critical Studies on Contemporary Indian English Women Writers

           D. C. Chambial’s Review of Critical Studies on Contemporary Indian English Women Writers Dominic, K. V., ed. Critical Studies on Contemporary Indian English Women Writers. New Delhi: Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2010. Pp. 336 + xx. Rs. 1100/- Hardbound. ISBN-978-81-7625-631-5. DC Chambial ...

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  • Indian English Literature

    History of English language and literature in India starts with the advent of East India Company in India. It all started in the summers of 1608 when Emperor Jahangir, in the courts of Moguls, welcomed Captain William Hawkins, Commander of British Naval Expedition Hector. It was India's first tryst with...

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  • History of Indian English Novel

    History of Indian Novels History of novels was endowed with the rare impetus of Indian Freedom Movement, flourishing under its colossal umbrella. It would perhaps be just not a mere overstatement if stated that - literature and history are very much intimately linked. Literature is known...

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  • Indian Lit. in English - Untouchable

    Indian lit. in english paper The Untouchable by Mulk Raj Anand Mulk Raj Anand, one of the most highly regarded Indian novelists writing in English, was born in Peshawar in 1905. He was educated at the universities of Lahore, London and Cambridge, and lived in England for many years, finally settling...

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  • Themes in Indian Writing in English

    THEMES IN INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH Introduction: The end of World War II led to the end of colonialism, which in turn saw the emergence of independent nations, trying to gain a foothold in the world. India was one of those nations. Before Independence, Indian Writing in English had no direct relation...

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  • English Essay - Indian Camp

    English Essay – Indian Camp The transition from child to adult can be a rough process. At times a radical experience has to occur for the change to happen. A meeting with the basic conditions of life, and with that the circle of life, can in many cases be a trigger for the transition from boy to man...

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  • Indian Writing in English

    at times and in places where the context refered to is not present. If anyone says ‘a cup of milk’ or ‘what a huge mountain!’ all speakers of the English language will understand what is being refered to even if they do not see it. Chomsky believes and suggests language acquisition rather than language...

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  • Development of the Indian English Novel

    By Indian English Writing, we mean that body of literature which is written by Indians in English. It could be in the form of poetry, prose, fiction or drama. English is not our mother tongue and we are not native speakers of English, yet when in the early decades of the nineteenth...

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  • English and Indian Literature

    foreign language.’ In Kenya, Ngugi himself studied every subject in English at school but spoke Gikuyu at home—a language spoken by more people than speakers of Danish or Croatian. ‘There was often not the slightest relationship between [English], and the world of his immediate environment in the family and...

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