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Literature

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Author

Sobhana Kurien

Cover Price : Rs 110.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789382127406
YOP : 2014

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 178
CD : No

About the Book Breaking the Silence: An Anthology of Women's Literature is a collection of prose, poetry, fiction and drama by women writers across centuries and cultures. The book has been designed as a textbook for Core Course: Women's Writing (Semester Six) of the Undergraduate students of English Language and Literature Programme of the University of Kerala. The primary objective is to introduce students to the rich repertoire of female creativity which has been eclipsed by patriarchal domination. While taking the readers through varied aesthetic vibrations, the text is expected to stimulate their potential for creative and critical analysis. It has also a larger agenda of enabling them to recognize and redefine the gender biased “constructs” in their own social and cultural milieu. Attempt has been taken to give due representation to writers belonging to diverse social and literary environment—British, American, African American, Canadian, Chinese, Indian and their unique aesthetic devices. Key Features of the Book -Rich variety of texts which lend visibility to the hidden recesses of women's literature. -A brief profile of the authors with a short introduction to each text. -Meticulously prepared notes -Comprehension which stimulates the learner's potential for critical analysis. Contents SECTION A - Essays 1. Shakespear and his Sister 2. In Search of our Mothers'Gardens 3. Indian Feminism: The Nature of Questioning and the Search for Space in Indian Women's Writing SECTION B - Poetry 4. A Musical Instrument 5. Poetry 6. Aunt Jennifer's Tigers 7. Lady Lazarus 8. Spelling 9. I am not that Woman 10.The Grass Blade 11.Woman SECTION C - Short Fiction 12.The Fly 13.A Wall is Safer 14.Inside Every Woman Writer 15.Rules of the Game SECTION D - Drama 16.Molly and James 17.The Swing of Desire (Mayye Bhara, Manave Bhara) Syllabus Credits About the Editor Dr. Sobhana Kurien is Associate Professor in the Department of English and Director of Women's Studies Centre in CMS College, Kottayam. She was a member of the UG Board of Studies in English of Mahatma Gandhi University and has been the coeditor of two textbooks for the Undergraduate students of Mahatma Gandhi University. Her areas of interest are Women's Writings and Ecocriticism.

Melodies: An Anthology of Poems, Kerala Edition - C.R.Murukan Babu

Author

C.R.Murukan Babu
T.Y. Aravindakshan
Dr. N. Sreerekha
Suja Mathew

Cover Price : Rs 65.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789381162019
YOP : 2011

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 104
CD : No

About the Book This anthology of poetry is carefully designed to meet the curricular objectives envisaged in Modules 3 & 4 of Course III EN 1341-Poetry of BA English Programme of the University of Kerala. The poems, which resemble the apples carefully picked from a luxuriant orchard, render a taste of British poetry as it evolved through successive reigns in the British history. The book also provides sufficient self access materials related to cultural, historical and biographical information, genre, theme, ambiguities, musical qualities, metaphorical language, stylistic devices, emotional tone and poet's attitude for an all-embracing poetic experience. Quizzes at the end of poems are designed to unleash high order thinking and foster the cutting-edge skill of academic writing. Topics for assignment will pave the way for creation of new knowledge. Cyber resources furnish links to useful fields on the information highway. 'Melodies' will help the readers experience the soft fall of rain even after it has stopped falling. Contents 1. True Love (Sonnet 116) 2. A Valediction : Forbidding Mourning 3. Paradise Lost 4. Absalom and Achitophel 5. The Solitary Reaper 6. Ode to a Nightingale 7. In Memoriam 8. Dover Beach 9. My Last Duchess 10.A Prayer for My Daughter 11.Sweeney among the Nightingales 12.The Unknown Citizen 13.Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night 14.The Whitsun Weddings 15.Digging Model Question Paper Prof. C.R. Murukan Babu (Member, Board of Studies, English (Pass), University of Kerala & MG University Former Chairman of Board of Studies in English UG, University of Calicut) Head of Department of English Panampilly Memorial Govt. College, Chalakudy Prof. T.Y. Aravindakshan (Formerly Member, Board of Studies in English UG, University of Calicut) Head of Department of English, MES College, Ponnani Dr. N. Sreerekha Assistant Professor of English, Panampilly Memorial Govt. College, Chalakudy Prof. Suja Mathew (Member, Board of Studies in Functional English, University of Calicut) Assistant Professor of English, Panampilly Memorial Govt. College, Chalakudy

Reading Children 2015 - Surjit R.Chandak

Author

Sujit R. Chandak

Cover Price : Rs 650.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789384726096
YOP : 2015

Binding : Hardback
Total Pages : 142
CD : No

About the book This book is an exploration into the study of ‘Children’s Literature’ as an area of academic activity in India. Our first encounter with Literature takes place in childhood, which is full of narratives in different forms. As children we learn to listen to these different stories and create our own narratives. Child of today is the adult of tomorrow; childhood has a seminal impact in the manner in which an adult is. Hence, the literature that a child encounters has the capacity to influence the social structure, custom and culture - the way we make sense of the world and encode meanings in our lives. The importance of studying Children’s Literature cannot be over emphasized. Children’s Literature as an area of study within the wider discipline of ‘Literary Studies’ is not very old in India. The present book contains an Introduction and a collection of diverse essays on this important area in Literary Studies. Contents Foreword Introduction 1. Gendering Childhood: Reading and Masculinity 2. A Foucauldian Consideration of the Discourse of Children’s Literature 3. ‘Colonial Clones’: The Child as Detective 4. Whatever happened to the little girls? The Powerpuff Girls in India 5. Moulding Minds Through Children’s Literature: a Psychological Understanding 6. One Upon a Time: Point of Entry In Storytelling 7. ‘Fear Factor’ in Children’s Literature: fear, violence and cruelty in the Fairy Tales and in Tales from Thakurmar Jhuli 8. Purposeful Children’s Literature: A Journey through Ruskin Bond’s Kingdom of the Child 9. Indian Epics: their relevance to Gen Next 10.Good and Evil: Moral Concerns In Children’s Literature 11.”Old Macdonald Had A Farm…”Accentuating Feelings of Harmonious And Mutual Co-Existence by Using Wit, Humour and Fun in Children’s Magazines. About the Editor Mr. Sujit R. Chandak has an M.A. degree in English and works as Assistant Professor at Shri M.D. Shah Mahila College, Malad (w), Mumbai. He is registered for a Ph. D. degree at University of Mumbai. His area of interest includes researching community, identity formation and political representation in Literature.”

Romantic Poetry - Gurudas Mukherjee and Indibar Mukherjee

Author

Gurudas Mukherjee
Indibar Mukherjee

Cover Price : Rs 295.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789385462351
YOP : 2016
Edition : 2016

Binding : Paperback
Size : 6.25inx9.5in
Total Pages : 282
CD : No

About the Book This book is meant for the students of the three-year degree course and students of M.A English. The book also caters to the need of NET students. Teachers who teach Romantic poetry will find enough material for the classroom teaching. Contents 1. General Introduction 2. William Wordsworth 3. William Blake4. Samuel Taylor Coleridge 5. Lord Byron (1778-1824) 6. Shelley 7. John Keats (1795-1821) 8. Important Questions With Answers 9. Important Passages for Explanation. About the Authors Prof. Gurudas Mukherjee was an outstanding student, a brilliant researcher, a sound grammarian, a noted bi-lingual poet and above all a legendary classroom teacher of Patna University. Dr. Indibar Mukherjee is a Senior Professor in the English Department of Patna University, Patna. He has been actively associated with English Literature since 1950s. He was Director-cum-secretary of Bihar Bangla Academy for many years and Assistant Director of Institute of Correspondence Courses, Patna University.


   

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