Indo-English

In`do-Eng´lish


a.1.Of or relating to the English who are born or reside in India; Anglo-Indian.
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The Indo-English duo of Shubhankar Sharma and Tommy Fleetwood, who failed to reach the final, beat Thomas Bjorn and Patrick Reed in a contest that required the players to answer a question correctly to get a shot at the floating green.
She is author of two books of scholarly criticism, Cultural Imperialism: Genre and Ideology in the Indo-English Novel (Penn State Press 1993), and A Critical Stage:
Transcultural Memory and Globalised Modernity in Contemporary Indo-English Novels
Based on the author's PhD thesis, this study examines transcultural memory in Indo-English novels by writers from India and Pakistan, and how they engage with the idea and practice of memory as an individual and collective experience.
For this reason--and because his literature is some of the finest to emerge from the Indo-English encounter--he will be worth watching; his next move should not be missed.
He has also directed and produced films like "Junoon", "Kalyug (1980)", "Utsav", "Ajooba" and acted in Indo-English movies "Bombay Talkies", "Heart and Dust", "Shakespear-Wallah", and "The Householder."
This recommended volume immediately establishes Ramanujan as a poet of striking imagery and perfect language with an eye for the specific physiognomy of an object or situation, as the noted Indo-English poet R.Parthasarathy puts it evidently "Ramanujan is a poet of concrete details and excels in craftsmanship."
Between two worlds; nation, Rushdie and postcolonial Indo-English fiction.
Naturally, the Indo-English relationship has fascinated writers and readers the world over for more than a century, and such writers as Rudyard Kipling, E.
In the early years English owed a lot to Michael Madhusudan Dutt, Toru Dutt and other Indo-English writers.
These Indo-English authors have successfully created a niche within the broader English literary tradition and attracted the attention of critics and general readers both within and outside India.
She is author of two books of scholarly criticism, Cultural Imperialism: Genre and Ideology in the Indo-English Novel (Penn State Press 1993), and A Critical Stage: The Role of Secular Alternative Theatre in Pakistan (Seagull Press, 2005).
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