14.11.17

Yuddha to Buddha

Roadmap of India's Security

by

Ashok Kumar Singh






ISBN 978-81-7977-617-9

Price: Rs. 365.00

pp. : 194 + xiv

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India is land of Buddha, Ashoka and Gandhi. The elimination of war is one of the cherished ideals and expectations of the age. War is the last option for survival but our path is not that of war but that of Buddha. India is turning from Yuddha and moving towards Buddha.
It is demand of the time that to strengthen national security all round development needs a disciplinary approach. It is better to prepare for the best and be ready for the worst. Anything can happen in national and international politics and such situation needs to be handled with maturity keeping in view our national interest. It is nice to think what Mrs. Margaret Thatcher said “No matter how well prepared you are, the unexpected happens, because it is unexpected, but there is no substitute of common sense.”
The book is an attempt to look at the interface of security, spirituality and philosophy of war and peace in changing and challenging strategic milieu.

List of Contents:

Yuddha to Buddha
The Miracle that was India
Parameter’s of Security
Dynamics of Development & Chapter of Security
Valour, War, Peace & Civilization
Challenges in New World Order
Confidence Building Umbrella & Security Horizon
Indian Security & Strategic Milieu
Conclusion



Dr. A.K. Singh, Ex. Pro Vice-Chancellor of an Indian University, is a well known security expert and a prolific writer in the field of national security, contemporary problems of war and conflict management. He has held several esteemed positions in academics and administration.
Dr. Singh served in M.D. University (Haryana), Garhwal University Campus Tehri Garhwal (Uttarakhand), Haryana Higher Education Services Class I and Singhania University (Rajasthan).
Dr. Singh’s published work comprises over 36 books and several research papers. His books are not only recommended in the syllabi of the Indian Universities but also are recommended to security experts by none other than the Chief of Army Staff (COAS). His glorious reputation on the subject of National & International Security is beyond all formal university degrees.

13.11.17

CRITICAL ESSAYS ON RESEARCH METHODOLOGY, INTERDISCIPLINARITY AND INDIAN LITERATURE

by
B.K. Das





ISBN 978-81-7977-618-6

Price: Rs. 320.00

pp. : 164 + xii


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Critical Essays on Research Methodology, Interdisciplinarity and Indian Literature is designed as a reference book for Post-graduate students, Researchers at the M.Phil and PhD level of Indian Universities. It contains chapters on Research Methodology, Interdisciplinarity, Indian Literature written and translated into English and Indian English poetry. Individual chapters are devoted to the writings of Jawaharlal Nehru, Nissim Ezekiel and Salman Rushdie. It also contains chapters on Subaltern Studies and “Reading Women as Texts”. This book also contains interviews with four distinguished academics.

This book would cater to the needs of Research Scholars of Indian Literature in our country.


List of Contents:

Teacher as Research Supervisor: Reconfiguring Research Methodologies

The Identity of Indian Literature : Language, Tradition and Culture

Interdisciplinarity and Indian  Literature

Conceptualizing India as a Nation and the oneness of Indian Literature through Translation

Translating India and Reading  Jnanpith Award Winning Texts as Pan Indian Literature

Reconfiguring the Statesman and the Writer in Jawaharlal Nehru

The Indian English Canon : The Case of Nissim Ezekiel and Salman Rushdie

Post-Structuralist Approach to Bibhu Padhi’s Poetry

Historicizing Subaltern Studies and Making a Gender Specific Reading of the Mahabharata

Reading Women as Texts : Reconfiguring the Immortal Longings in Helen, Cleopatra, Sita, Savitri and Draupadi

Land, Language and Nationality in Chha Mana Atha Guntha

M.K.Naik in Conversation with Bijay Kumar Das

Rajnath in Conversationwith Bijay Kumar Das

G.N.Devy in Conversation with Bijay Kumar Das

Rupin W. Desai in Conversation with Bijay Kumar Das



Bijay Kumar Das (1952-), PhD.,DLitt., is a contributor to The Encyclopaedia of World Literature in the 20th Century (New York). He has published a number of reference books which include Interpreting Poetry and Evaluating Criticism (2015); Perspectives on the Poetry of A.K.Ramanujan (2013); Twentieth Century Literary Criticism (2010, 2012, 2014);Critical Essays on Post-Colonial Literature (2007,2012); The Poetry of Jayanta Mahapatra (2009); A Handbook of Translation Studies (2005, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013); Form and Meaning in Mahesh Dattani’s Plays (2008); Post-Modern Indian English Literature (2006, 2013); Critical Essays on Poetry (2003); A Handbook of Communication Skills and Functional English (2002, 2006, 2017); Shiv K. Kumar as a Post-Colonial Poet (2001); A Reader’s Guide to Ten Twentieth Century Indian Poets (1999); Aspects of Commonwealth Literature (1995); The Horizon of Nissim Ezekiel’s Poetry (1995); Perspectives on Indian English Poetry Criticism (1998); and Modern Indian English Poetry (1992). He has edited five reference books: Revisiting W.B.Yeats’s World and Art (2016); Academic Lives of Fifteen Eminent Teachers of English (2014); New Readings in Indian English Literature (2011); Comparative Literature (2000, 2013); Perspective on the Poetry of R. Parthasarathy (1998) and Contemporary Indo-English Poetry (1992). He has also co-edited one reference book entitled Studies in Postcolonial Literature (2007) and several text books including Nineteenth Century English Poetry (OUP, 1992, 1998). He has successfully guided 27 PhD scholars and was the Chief Editor of The Indian Journal of English Studies for three years (2007-09). He is the Editor of The Critical Endeavour since 1995. Formerly a Reader in English at Ravenshaw College, Cuttack, Dr.Das is now a Professor of English at Burdwan University, Burdwan (West Bengal).

12.10.17

Literary NECTAR for Competitive Examinations in English

An Acquaintance with Major Works
of Major Authors


for PGT, TGT, NET and similiar Examinations


by

Sudhir K. Arora


ISBN 978-81-7977-616-2
Price: Rs. 298.00
pp. : 346 + xxii , Size: 6.5 inches X 10 inches (untrimmed)


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Excerpt from the PREFACE

Competition is competition—competition with your own self to make yourself better day by day, and competition with others to prove yourself better in the competitive field for making your claim for success. 
     The aspirants face the derogatory comments of the people but remain silent as they have not yet tasted success. People criticize, particularly when the aspirant is near the goal. The moment he gets success, they congratulate him. They make him believe that they are the well wishers. People will say what they have to say. No one can stop them. Only success will silence them. So every aspirant should make their comments his or her weapons to fight and conquer.  
     I have used HISTORICAL PRESENT in writing authors’ works and capsule summaries to create an immediate intuitive awareness so that the aspirants may feel at ease and grasp the matter easily. The table on “Shakespeare’s Plays” that contains genre, setting, popular lines and sources will become a guide for the aspirants for ready reference. A table, titled, “Authors at Glance” having name, birth, place of birth, death, father, mother, wife, beloved, popular works, awards and the critical books will prove to be a vade mecum for them.  
     The aspirants should always remember that those who continue to attempt with confidence and determination get success despite having faced failures many times. What I suggest to the aspirants is smart preparation with focussed labour. 
      Dear aspirants, don’t be discouraged. Break the fetters of negativity. You become what you think. Hence think positively and act smartly. Explore the power of your mind. You are near your goal. Your hundred percent efforts will take you towards success.  
       The only mantra is: study, reflect, revise, score and succeed.
      Here is Literary Nectar in your hand. Drink it to the last drop. Give it to your friends and make them hopeful for success. I am sure that this Literary Nectar will energize you and give you a new hope. 


List of CONTENTS


WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

Dates of Shakespeare’s Works
Shakespeare’s Plays: Genre, Setting, 
Popular Lines and Sources

TITUS ANDRONICUS; KING HENRY VI PART I; KING HENRY VI PART II; KING HENRY VI PART III; LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST; THE COMEDY OF ERRORS; TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA; THE LIFE AND DEATH OF KING RICHARD III; THE LIFE AND DEATH OF KING RICHARD II; KING JOHN; ROMEO AND JULIET; A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM; THE MERCHANT OF VENICE; HENRY IV PART I; HENRY IV PART II; MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR; MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING; AS YOU LIKE IT; KING HENRY V; TWELFTH NIGHT (What You Will); THE TAMING OF THE SHREW; JULIUS CAESAR; HAMLET, PRINCE OF DENMARK; TROILUS AND CRESSIDA; ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL; MEASURE FOR MEASURE; OTHELLO, THE MOOR OF VENICE; KING LEAR; MACBETH; ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA; TIMON OF ATHENS; CORIOLANUS; PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE; CYMBELINE; THE WINTER’S TALE; THE TEMPEST; HENRY VIII (UNFINISHED) 

SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS; VENUS AND ADONIS; THE RAPE OF LUCRECE; A LOVER’S COMPLAINT; THE PASSIONATE PILGRIM; THE PHOENIX AND THE TURTLE

CRITICAL WORKS ON WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
CHARACTERS THAT APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE
COMIC RELIEF/COMIC CHARACTERS IN SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS
MARRIAGES/BELOVEDS
SHAKESPEARE’S WELL-KNOWN VILLAINS
POPULAR SCENES
TRAGIC FLAWS IN SHAKESPEARE’S CHARACTERS
SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS WITH PROLOGUE
SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS WITH EPILOGUE
SHAKESPEARE’S HISTORY PLAYS: TIME OF ACTION
ROLES PLAYED BY SHAKESPEARE HIMSELF 
THE LONGEST AND THE SHORTEST PLAY
SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS WITH MASQUES
SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS WITH CHORUS
SHAKESPEARE’S CHARACTERS KNOWN FOR.
WHAT CRITICS SAY ABOUT SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS AND CHARACTERS
WHAT CRITICS SAY ABOUT SHAKESPEARE 

AUTHORS AT A GLANCE


POETRY

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH
LYRICAL BALLADS, WITH A FEW OTHER POEMS; THE RECLUSE; THE PRLEUDE; THE EXCURSION; TINTERN ABBEY; ODE: INTIMATION OF IMMORTALITY; ODE TO DUTY; THE SOLITARY REAPER; MICHAEL; FRENCH REVOLUTION; RESOLUTION AND INDEPENDENCE; PEELE CASTLE; STRANGE FITS OF PASSION HAVE I KNOWN; I TRAVELLED AMONG UNKNOWN MEN; SHE DWELT AMONG THE UNTRODDEN WAYS; THREE YEARS SHE GREW IN SUN AND SHOWER; A SLUMBER DID MY SPIRIT SEAL; LUCY GRAY; IT IS A BEAUTEOUS EVENING CALM AND FREE; THE THORN; SHE WAS A PHANTOM OF DELIGHT; LONDON 1802 (TO MILTON); COMPOSED UPON WESTMINSTER BRIDGE; RUTH; TO THE CUCKOO; LAODAMEIA; TO A SKYLARK; THE WORLD IS TOO MUCH WITH US; SCORN NOT SONNET; I WANDERED LONELY AS A CLOUD; PETER BELL; MY HEART LEAPS UP; WE ARE SEVEN; SIMON LEE, THE OLD HUNTSMAN; THE TABLES TURNED
JOHN KEATS
ENDYMION; ISABELLA; HYPERION: A FRAGMENT; THE FALL OF HYPERION: A DREAM; THE EVE OF ST. AGNES; LAMIA; LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI; ODE TO INDOLENCE; ODE TO PSYCHE; ODE TO AUTUMN; ODE TO MELANCHOLY; ODE TO A GRECIAN URN; ODE TO NIGHTINGALE; ODE TO FANCY; ODE TO POETS; TO MAIA, A FRAGMENT; ON FIRST LOOKING INTO CHAPMAN’S HOMER; BRIGHT STAR; 
P. B. SHELLEY
THE MASQUE OF ANARCHY; QUEEN MAB: A PHILOSOPHICAL POEM WITH NOTES; ALASTOR; THE WITCH OF ATLAS; THE TRIUMPH OF LIFE; ODE TO THE WEST WIND; TO A SKYLARK; THE INDIAN SERENADE ; TO WORDSWORTH; JULIAN AND MADDALO; THE REVOLT OF ISLAM; EPIPSHYCHIDIAN; ADONAIS; ONE WORD IS TOO OFTEN PROFANED; PETER BELL, THE THIRD; OZYMANDIAS; HYMN TO INTELECTUAL BEAUTY; THE CLOUD; STANZAS WRITTEN IN DEJECTION NEAR NAPLES; A LAMENT; LOVE’S PHILOSOPHY; THE POET’S DREAM; I FEAR THY KISSES, GENTLE MAIDEN
MATTHEW ARNOLD
THYRSIS; THE SCHOLAR GIPSY; RUGBY CHAPEL; DOVER BEACH; THE FORSAKEN MERMAN; SHAKESPEARE; A SUMMER NIGHT; MEMORIAL VERSES; SOHRAB AND RUSTUM: AN EPISODE; STANZAS FROM THE GRANDE CHARTREUSE; ISOLATION: TO MARGUERITE; TO MARGUERITE—CONTINUED; 
ALFRED LORD TENNYSON
TIMBUCTOO; THE PRINCESS; MAUD; IN MEMORIAM; ENOCH ARDEN; THE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE; DEFENCE OF LUCKNOW; IDYLLS OF THE KING; THE LADY OF SHALOTT; THE LOTOS EATERS; ULYSSES; TEARS, IDLE TEARS; BREAK, BREAK, BREAK; CROSSING THE BAR; SIR GALAHAD; TITHONUS
THOMAS STEARNS ELIOT
THE LOVE SONG OF J. ALFRED PRUFROCK; FOUR QUARTETS; SWEENY AMONG THE NIGHTINGALES; THE HOLLOW MEN; PORTRAIT OF A LADY; PRELUDES; GERONTION; RHAPSODY ON A WINDY NIGHT; THE WASTE LAND; ASH WEDNESDAY
KAMALA DAS
SUMMER IN CALCUTTA; THE DESCENDANTS; THE OLD PLAYHOUSE AND OTHER POEMS; ONLY THE SOUL KNOWS HOW TO SING; TONIGHT THIS SAVAGE RITE; AN INTRODUCTION; THE LOOKING GLASS; THE OLD PLAYHOUSE
NISSIM EZEKIEL
A TIME TO CHANGE; SIXTY POEMS; THE THIRD; THE UNFINISHED MAN; THE EXACT NAME; HYMN IN DARKNESS; LATTER DAY PSALMS; ENTERPRISE; MARRIAGE; PHILOSOPHY; NIGHT OF THE SCROPION; BACKGROUND, CASUALLY
ROBERT LEE FROST
MOWING; MENDING WALL; THE ROAD NOT TAKEN; BIRCHES; FIRE AND ICE; STOPPING BY WOODS ON A SNOWY EVENING; TWO TRAMPS IN MUD TIME; THE GIFT OUTRIGHT; THE DEATH OF THE HIRED MAN; HOME BURIAL; THE MOUNTAIN; AFTER APPLE PICKING; THE PASTURE; PROVIDE , PROVIDE; WEST RUNNING BROOK; 
WALT WHITMAN
LEAVES OF GRASS; SONG OF MYSELF; I CELEBRATE MYSELF; GRASS; WALT WHITMAN ; ANIMALS; SONG OF THE OPEN ROAD; CROSSING BROOKLYN FERRY; OUT OF THE CRADLE ENDLESSLY ROCKING; I HEAR AMERICA SINGING; I HEAR IT WAS CHARGED AGAINST ME; PIONEERS! O PIONEERS!; ONE’S SELF I SING; POETS TO COME; THE WOUND DRESSER; THE SLEEPERS; CHANTING THE SQUARE DEIFIC; FACES; ON THE BEACH AT NIGHT; A GLIMPSE; SCENTED HERBAGE OF MY BREAST; WHEN LILACS LAST IN THE DOORYARD BLOOM’D; O CAPTAIN ! MY CAPTAIN!; PASSAGE TO INDIA; PRAYERS OF COLUMBUS
JOHN MILTON
L’ ALLEGRO; IL PENSEROSO; LYCIDAS; PARADISE LOST; PARADISE REGAINED; ODE ON THE MORNING OF CHRIST’S NATIVITY; MILTON’S SONNETS; ON SHAKESPEARE

FICTION

P. B. SHELLEY
ST. IRVYNE; ZASTROZZI: A ROMANCE
CHARLES LAMB
A TALE OF ROSAMUND GRAY
CHARLES DICKENS
THE PICKWICK PAPERS; OLIVER TWIST; NICHOLAS NICKLEBY; THE OLD CURIOSTIY SHOP; BARNABY RUDGE; THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT; DOMBEY AND SON; DAVID COPPERFIELD; BLEAK HOUSE; HARD TIMES; LITTLE DORRIT; A TALE OF TWO CITIES; GREAT EXPECTATIONS; OUR MUTUAL FRIEND; THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD
THOMAS HARDY (1840-1928)
DESPERATE REMEDIES; UNDER THE GREENWOOD TREE; FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD; A PAIR OF BLUE EYES; THE HAND OF ETHELBERTA; THE RETURN OF THE NATIVE; THE TRUMPET MAJOR; A LAODICEAN; TWO ON A TOWER; THE MAYOR OF CASTERBRIDGE; THE WOODLANDERS; TESS OF THE D’ URBERVILLES; THE WELL BELOVED; JUDE, THE OBSCURE
KAMALA DAS
THE ALPHABET OF LUST; A DOLL FOR THE CHILD PROSTITUTE
MULK RAJ ANAND
UNTOUCHABLE; COOLIE; TWO LEAVES AND A BUD; THE VILLAGE; ACROSS THE BLACK WATERS ; THE SWORD AND THE SICKLE; THE BIG HEART; LAMENT ON THE DEATH OF MASTER OF ARTS; THE OLD WOMAN AND THE COW; THE PRIVATE LIFE OF AN INDIAN PRINCE; THE ROAD; THE DEATH OF A HERO; MORNING FACE ; SEVEN SUMMERS; CONFESSION OF A LOVER
ERNEST MILLER HEMINGWAY
THE SUN ALSO RISES; TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT; FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS; A FAREWELL TO ARMS; THE GARDEN OF EDEN; THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA
WILLIAM FAULKNER
THE SOUND AND THE FURY; A FABLE; SOLDIERS’ PAY; AS I LAY DYING; SANCTUARY; LIGHT IN AUGUST; THE HAMLET; THE REIVERS; ABSALOM, ABSALOM!
JOHN GALSWORTHY
THE FORSYTE SAGA

DRAMA

WILLIAM WORDSWORH
THE BORDERERS 
JOHN KEATS
OTHO, THE GREAT; KING STEPHEN 
CHARLES LAMB
JOHN WOODVIL
P. B. SHELLEY
HELLAS; THE CENCI; PROMETHEUS UNBOUND
MATTHEW ARNOLD
EMPEDOCLES ON ETNA
ALFRED LORD TENNYSON
THE DEVIL AND THE LADY; THE FALCON; THE CUP; QUEEN MARY, HAROLD AND BECKET; THE FORESTERS; THE PROMISE OF MAY
THOMAS HARDY
THE DYNASTS
THOMAS STEARNS ELIOT
SWEENY AGONISTES; THE ROCK; MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL; THE FAMILY REUNION; THE COCKTAIL PARTY; THE CONFIDENTIAL CLERK; THE ELDER STATESMAN
JOHN MILTON
COMUS; THE ARCADES; SAMSON AGONISTES
JOHN GALSWORTHY
THE SKIN GAME; JOY; THE SILVER BOX; JUSTICE; STRIFE ; LOYALTIES; A FAMILY MAN; THE MOB; THE PIGEON; A BIT O’ LOVE; WINDOWS; THE FUGITIVE

OTHER GENRES

CHARLES LAMB
ESSAYS OF ELIA; LAST ESSAYS OF ELIA; TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE
P. B. SHELLEY
A DEFENCE OF POETRY
MATTHEW ARNOLD (1822-1888)
CULTURE AND ANARCHY
KAMALA DAS (1934-2009)
MY STORY
JOHN MILTON
AREOPAGITICA; THE TENURE OF KINGS AND MAGISTRATES; HISTORY OF BRITAIN

POPULAR QUOTES

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH 
JOHN KEATS
CHARLES LAMB
PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY 
CHARLES DICKENS 
MATTHEW ARNOLD 
ALFRED LORD TENNYSON 
THOMAS HARDY 
THOMAS STEARNS ELIOT 
KAMALA DAS 
MULK RAJ ANAND 
NISSIM EZEKIEL 
ROBERT LEE FROST 
WALT WHITMAN 
ERNEST HEMINGWAY 
WILLIAM FAULKNER 
JOHN MILTON 
JOHN GALSWORTHY

CRITICS ON MAJOR AUTHORS AND THEIR WORKS

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH 
JOHN KEATS 
CHARLES LAMB 
PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY 
CHARLES DICKENS 
MATTHEW ARNOLD 
ALFRED LORD TENNYSON 
THOMAS HARDY 
THOMAS STEARNS ELIOT 
KAMALA DAS 
MULK RAJ ANAND 
NISSIM EZEKIEL 
ROBERT LEE FROST
WALT WHITMAN 
ERNEST HEMINGWAY 
WILLIAM FAULKNER 
JOHN MILTON 
JOHN GALSWORTHY 

KNOWN FOR...

KNOWN AS...  (Pen names)

KNOW THESE POPULAR WORKS 

ENGLISH LITERATURE : SOME BASIC FACTS

History of English Literature:  A Screenshot of Ages
Periods of English Literature
Authors in History of English Literature: Ages / Century / Period Wise
Events: Important Years at a Glance 
Popular Authors and their Works (with Years)
Some Other Works and their Authors 
Popular Commonwealth Writers
Popular Post-colonial Writers
Some British Dramatists (1955 onward...)
Popular British Dramatists and their Dramas (1945-1990)
Some British Poets (1955 onwards...)
Some Irish Poets
Some Scottish Poets
Popular Contemporary Poets
Popular English Poets (1945-1990)
Some Popular Post-war Novelists
Popular Contemporary Novelists
Popular Contemporary British Novelists since 1980
Popular British Novels of Twenty First Century
Popular Recent Novels
Novelists from Other Literatures: Around 1990

LITERARY AWARDS AND WINNERS

NOBEL PRIZE
THE BOOKER PRIZE 
THE SAHITYA AKADEMI PRIZE 
POET LAUREATE
THE PULITZER PRIZE

23.9.17

Homer: Iliad (A Study)

by
S.P. Sen Gupta








ISBN 978-81-7977614-8

Price: Rs. 120.00

pp.: 210 + xxx



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List of Contents:

The Life and Works of Homer
The Epic Cycle Dealing with The Homeric Themes
The Homeric Critics
Homer’s Style
Homeric Similes
The Images in Homer
The Iliad as an Epic
The Greek Gods
The Heroes in The Iliad
The Homeric Women
Helen
Andromache
Briseis
Thetis
Achilles
Hector
Odysseus  
A Summary of The Iliad
The Story Before and After The Story of The Iliad
Homer Down The Ages
Translations of Homer (Adapted from Matthew Arnold and John A. Scott)
Who Is Who In The Iliad ? (In Alphabetical Order)
Some Significant Passages from The Iliad
A Critical Appreciationof The Iliad
Select Critiques
Select Passages from The Iliad
Why was Achilles Angry?
Describe the fight between Menelaus and Paris
Achilles’ New Armour
The Death of Hector
How does Priam bring the body of his son from Achilles
The Character of Agamemnon
The Character of Ajax

5.9.17

Samuel Beckett: Waiting for Godot

A Study with Detailed Summary and Important Explanations

by

S.P. Sen Gupta



ISBN 978-81-7977-609-4

pp. : 120 + xxxii

Price: Rs. 60.00


Contents:

The Life of Samuel Beckett
Trends in Modern Drama
Absurd Drama: Its Genesis
Samuel Beckett's Works
Samuel Beckett: The Poet
Samuel Beckett: The Novelist
Samuel Beckett: The Critic
Samuel Beckett: His Dramatic Works
Samuel Beckett as a Dramatist
A Critical Appreciation of Waiting for Godot
The Religious element in Waiting for Godot
The Meaning of Waiting for Godot
A Summary of Waiting for Godot
The Comic Element in Waiting for Godot
Waiting for Godot as a Tragedy
Who is Godot?
The Pozzo-Lucky Episode
Vladimir and Estragon
Language in Waiting for Godot
The Theme of Time in Waiting for Godot
The Fundamental Problems in Waiting for Godot
Select Passages for Explanation
Select Bibliography


18.8.17

Advanced Financial Accounting

by

D.K. Varma
Vinay Kumar Garg
Anurag Kumar





ISBN 978-817977-613-1
Price: Rs. 325.00
pp. : 648 + iv




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List of Contents:

Accounting: Meaning and Objectives
Accounting: Principles and Concepts
Royalty Accounts
Hire-Purchase System
Instalment Payment system
Branch Account
Department Account
Insolvency Account
Fire Insurance Claims
Voyage Account

Solutions to numerical problems are available only for teachers/instructors on request.

17.8.17

Studies in Indo-Anglian Literature

by

K.N. Joshi, B. Syamla Rao








ISBN 978-81-7977-608-7
Price : Rs. 165.00
pp. : 278 + x



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List of Contents:

Indo-Anglian Literature : A Brief Survey
Toru Dutt: The Inheritor of Unfulfilled Renown
Sarojini Naidu: The Nightingale of India (Bharat Kokila)
Harindranath Chattopadhyaya: as a Poet
Tagore as a Literary Artist (The Bard of the East): An Estimate
Tagore as a Poet
Tagore’s Gitanjali: A Critical Appreciation
Tagore: The Dramatist: An Appreciation of Chitra, The King of the Dark Chamber and The Post Office
Tagore’s Lectures and Discourses with Special Reference to “Man”
Aurobindo’s “Savitri”: A Critical Appreciation
Aurobindo’s Rose of God and Thought the Paraclete—An Appreciation
Aurobindo’s The Renaissance In India An Introduction
A Bird’s Eye-view of Modern Indo-Anglian Poetry with Special Reference to Nissim Ezekiel, Ramanujan, Gokak, Kamaladas, Dom Moraes and Jayant Mahapatra
Radhakrishnan’s Kalki Or The Future of Civilization
Nirad Chaudhuri A Passage to England
The Art of Indian Autobiography
Gandhi’s Autobiography
Nehru’s Autobiography
Critical Appreciation of Paramhamsa Yogananda’s Autobiography of a Yogi
Girish Karnad’s Hayavadana
Tagore the Novelist
Mulk Raj Anand as a Novelist with Special Reference to Untouchable and Coolie
R.K. Narayan as a Novelist with Special Reference to Guide and Man-Eater of Malgudi and The English Teacher
Raja Rao as a Novelist
Bhabani Bhattacharya as a Novelist
Women Writers in Indo-Anglian Fiction
Manohar Malgonkar—A Bend in the Ganges
Arun Joshi as a Novelist with Special Reference to The Last Labyrinth and the Apprentice
Shashi Deshpande’s Novel—That Long Silence
Anita Desai as a Novelist with Special Reference to—Fire on the Mountain and Cry, The Peacock
Midnight’s children—Salman Rushdie
Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things
Gita Hariharan’s The Thousand Faces of Night
Jhumpa Lahiri—Namesake
Critical Appreciation of Abdul Kalam’s Autobiography Entitled—Wings of Fire