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3)Kothari C.R.(1985)- Research Methodology : Methods and Techniques, Delhi : New Age International Ltd.

200

12)Dutta,P Kiranmal, Geetha,Rajeevan, CLN Prakash(2008)-A Course in Communication Skills(Foundation ooks) 

295

13)Dutta,P Kiranmal, Geetha,Rajeevan(2007)-A course in Listening and Speaking Vol 1 & 2.(Foundation ooks)

340

14)O'Conner,J.D.- Better English Pronunciation(Latest Edition with CD)

325

6)Sinha M.P.-Research Methods in English.

295

14)Krishnaswami,N & T.Krishnaswami(2006)-The Story Of English In India(Foundations Books)

150

15)Kudchedkar G.(1993)- Literature and Language Teaching (CUP)

325

1)Lenburgh,Jeff(2007)- Guide to Reasearch

395

5)Norton Critical Edition : Wuthering Heights

250

8)Norton Critical Edition : Lord Jim

225

33)Emile Bront- Wuthering Heights(fiction)

65

7)Martin, Gray- A Dictionary of Literary Terms(Pearson Education)

175

34)Joseph Conrad-Lord Jim(fiction)

60

8)English Language Teaching in India

485

9)Marathe, Ramanan & Bellarmine -Provocations : The Teaching of English Language in India (Orient Longman)

225

17)Tickoo,M.L.-(2002)- Teaching and Learning English (Orient Longman) PB

425

10)Nagraj G. (1996)-English Language Teaching : Approaches, Methods & Techniques (Orient Longman)

165

16)Poetry Down the Ages

99

18)Sarasvati,V. (2004)-English Language Teaching : Principles and Practice (Orient Longman)

225

11)Mohanraj J. & Mohanraj, S(2001)- English Online

125

Carter,R. & D.Nunan(2001)- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages[CUP

26)unan,D.(1988)- Syllabus Design[OUP]
2)Hawthorn Jeremy(2005)- Studying the Novel (Hodder Arnold) 
4)Forster E.M.- Aspects of Novel 
6)rooks Cleanth & Heilman- Understanding Drama 
19)Eslin Martin- Anatomy of Drama
35)Tony Morrison-The Bluest Eye(fiction) 
36)J.D. Salinger- The Catcher in the Rhy (fiction)
37)Samuel Becket-Endgame 
38)Tennessee Williams-The Glass Menagerie 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1)Adom Sirjohn(2004)-Research Methodology : Methods and Techniques, Delhi :.
3)Kothari C.R.(1985)- Research Methodology : Methods and Techniques, Delhi : New Age International Ltd.
4)Rahim F.Abdul(1996)-Thesis Writing-A Manual for Reaserchers New Delhi : New Age International Ltd.

6)Sinha M.P.-Research Methods in English. 

18)Boultan,Marjorie- Anatomy of Fiction[Routledge]

8)English Language Teaching in India (
9)Marathe, Ramanan & Bellarmine -Provocations : The Teaching of English Language in India (Orient Longman)
10)Nagraj G. (1996)-English Language Teaching : Approaches, Methods & Techniques (Orient Longman)
16)Bassnet,S & P.Grundy(1993)- Language through Literature (Longman)
17)Tickoo,M.L.-(2002)- Teaching and Learning English (Orient Longman) PB
18)Sarasvati,V. (2004)-English Language Teaching : Principles and Practice (Orient Longman)
19)Widdoson H.G.(1975)- Stylistics an the Teaching of Literature (Longman

8)Kennedy- Literature: An Introduction to Fictoin,Poetry & Drama(Longman)
16)Poetry Down the Ages[Orient Longman]
24)Carter,R. & M.N. Long(1991)-Teaching iterature[Longman]

11)Prabhu N.S.(1987)- Second Language Pedagogy (

23)rumfit,C. & R.Carter(1986)- Literature and Language Teaching [OUP]
26)unan,D.(1988)- Syllabus Design[OUP]

14)Krishnaswami,N & T.Krishnaswami(2006)-The Story Of English In India(Foundations Books)
15)Kudchedkar G.(1993)- Literature and Language Teaching (CUP)

12)Dutta,P Kiranmal, Geetha,Rajeevan, CLN Prakash(2008)-A Course in Communication Skills(Foundation ooks)  Rs.295
13)Dutta,P Kiranmal, Geetha,Rajeevan(2007)-A course in Listening and Speaking Vol 1 & 2.(Foundation ooks)  Rs.165+
Rs.175
14)O'Conner,J.D.- Better English Pronunciation(Latest Edition with CD)
17)Reflections 2 [CUP]
20)Chindhade,S & Thorat,A.(2009)-Doing Research Mumai CUP
21)Hunt, Andy(2005)-Your Research Project New Delhi, Foundation Books
25)Carter,R. & D.Nunan(2001)- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages[CUP]

1)Abrams M.H.-A glossary of literary termslatest edition.

27)Spaldind P.(1985)- Drama in Practice: A Guide for Students, [Macmillan]
28)Green,N.(1984)-Bernard Shaw: A Critical View[Macmillan]
32)Lodge David(1966)- Language of Fiction, Macmillan.

20)Batra Shakti(2007)-The Catcher in the Rhy : A Critical Study, New Delhi: Surjeet Publications.

3)Barnett, Susan- Students Guide to Writing about Literature(Pearson Education)
7)Martin, Gray- A Dictionary of Literary Terms(Pearson Education)
S Chand & Co:   2)Caivary,R. & Nayak V.K.(2005)-Research Methodology.-S.Chand  

12)Lazar Babu Prabhakar(1993)- Teaching Spoken English in Colleges(CIEFL,Hyderabad)
13)Indra C.T.(1995)-Teaching Poetry at Advanced Level (T.R.Publications Madras)

 

7)Bagchi G(1994)- Teaching Poetry in Schools and Colleges, .T.R.Publications Madras

5)Rengachari, S. & Rengachari, Sulochana-Research Methodology : Methodology for Eng.Literature. Bareilly ; Prakash Book Depot.

2)Hawthorn Jeremy(2005)- Studying the Novel (Hodder Arnold)
4)Forster E.M.- Aspects of Novel
5)Iyengar, K.R. Sriniwas & Nandkumar, Prema- Introduction to the Study of English Literature (Sterling-1984)
6)rooks Cleanth & Heilman- Understanding Drama
9)Murphy M.J.- Understanding Unseen.
10)Thorat, A.& Lokhandwala,M.-(2009)- Enriching Oral & Written Communication [OBS]
11)Mohanraj J. & Mohanraj, S(2001)- English Online[OBS]
15)Narayanswami- Strenghhen Your Writing[OBS]
19)Eslin Martin- Anatomy of Drama
22)Mishra D.S.-(1989)- A Grammer of Literary Research, New Delhi, Harman Publishing House.
29)Esslin Martin(1961)- The Theatre of the Absurd, New York,Penguin
30)Esslin Martin(ed)(1965)- Samuel Beckett: A Collection of Critical Essays, Englewood, Cliffs, New Jercy, Prentice Hall
31)Parker R.B.(ed)(1983)- The Glass Menagerie:A Collection of Critical Essays, Englewood, Cliffs, New Jercy, Prentice Hall
33)Emile Bront- Wuthering Heights(fiction)
34)Joseph Conrad-Lord Jim(fiction)
35)Tony Morrison-The Bluest Eye(fiction)
36)J.D. Salinger- The Catcher in the Rhy(fiction)
37)Samuel Becket-Endgame
38)Tennessee Williams-The Glass Menagerie

LIST OF BOOKS--
1)Lenburgh,Jeff(2007)- Guide to Reasearch.
2)Bloom, Harold(ed)-Macbeth: Viva MOdern Critical Interprtations,New Delhi Viva Books.
3)Norton Critical Edition : Macbeth
4)Bloom,Harold(ed)(2007)-Glass Menagerie : Viva Modern Critical Intrpretations
5)Norton Critical Edition : Wuthering Heights
6)Viva MOdern Critical Interprtations:Wuthering Heights
7)Bloom, Harold(ed)(2008)-Wuthering Heights:Viva MOdern Critical Interprtations
8)Norton Critical Edition : Lord Jim
9)Bloom, Harold(ed)(1986) : Modern Critical Views

 

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New Age International)

2. Adam Sirjohn (2004), Research Methodology: Methods & Techniques, Delhi:

New Age International Ltd

3. Altick, R. D. (1963), The Art of Literary Research, New York: Norton

4. Barker, Nancy and Nancy Hulig (2000), A Research Guide for Under Graduate

Students: English and American Literature, New York: MLA of America

5. Bateson, F. W. (1972), The Scholar Critic: An Introduction to Literary Research,

London: Routledge

6. Brown, James Dean (2006), Understanding Research in Second Language

Learning, New York: Cambridge University Press

7. Caivary, R. & Nayak V. K. (2005), Research Methodology, S. Chand

8. Chindhade, S. and A. Thorat (2009), An Introduction to Research, Mumbai: CUP

9. Eliot, Simon and W. R. Owens (4th edn. 1998), A Handbook to Literary Research,

London: Routledge & Open University

10. Gibaldi, Joseph (6th edn. 2003), MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers,

New York: MLA Association

11. Gupta, R. K. (1971), American Literature Fundamentals of Research, ASRC

Hyderabad

12. Harner, James L. (2002), Literary Research Guide: An Annotated Listing of

Reference Sources in English Literary Studies, New York: MLA of America

13. Hunt, Andy (2005), Your Research Project, New Delhi: Foundation Books

14. Kothari,C.R. (1985), Research Methodology: Methods & Techniques, Delhi :

New Age International Ltd

15. Lenburg, Jeff (2007), Guide to Research, Viva Books

16. Litosseliti,Lia (2000), Using Focus Groups in Research, British Library

Cataloguing

17. Miller, R. H. (1995), Handbook of Literary Research, Methuen

18. Mishra, D. S. (1989), A Grammar of Literary Research, New Delhi: Harman

Publishing House

19. Oakman, Robert L. (1984), Computer Methods for Literary Research, Athens:

University of Georgia Press

20. Rahim, F. Abdul (1996), Thesis Writing-A Manual for Researchers, New Delhi:

New Age International Ltd

21. Rajannan, B. (1968), Fundamentals of Research, ASRC Hyderabad

22. Rengachari, S. & Rengachari,Sulochna - Research methodology for English

Literature, Bareilly : Prakash Book Depot

23. Seliger (2001), Second Language Research Methods, Oxford University

24. Sinha, M.P. - Research Methods in English

25. Winkler, Anthony C. & Accuen, Jo Roy (2003), Writing the Research Paper,

Thomson Heinle

 

 

1. Barry, Peter. Beginning Theory, South Asian Edn. Chennai: Viva Books, 2007

2. Bertens, Hans. Literary Theory: The Basics. London and New York: Routledge,

2001

3. Bressler, Charles E. Literary Criticism: An Introduction to Theory and Practice.

3rd Ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2003.

4. Culler, Jonathan. Literary Theory: A Very Short Introduction, OUP, 2000.

5. Dobie, Ann B. Theory into Practice: An Introduction to Literary Criticism.

Thomson, 2002.

6. Eagleton, Terry. Literary Theory: An Introduction. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota

P, 1983.

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7. Groden, Michael, and Martin Kreiswirth. The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary

Theory and Criticism . Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1994

8. Hall, Donald E. Literary and Cultural Theory: From Basic Principles to

Advanced Application. Boston: Houghton, 2001.

9. Klages, Mary. Literary Theory: A Guide for the Perplexed. Chennai: Viva Books,

2008.

10. Selden, Raman and Peter Widdowson. A Reader's Guide to Contemporary

Literary Theory. 3rd Ed. Lexington: U of Kentucky P, 1993.

1. Ashcroft, Bill, Griffiths, and Tiffin, Helen. The Empire Writes Back: Theory and

Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures

2. Ashcroft, Bill. Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin, eds.(2004). Key Concepts in

Post-Colonial Studies. London: Routledge

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Hall.

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5. Barker, M. & Beezer, A. (1992). Reading into Cultural Studies. London:

Routledge.

6. Belsey, C. (2005). Culture and the Real: Theorizing Cultural Criticism. London;

New York: Routledge.

7. Bhabha, Homi (2006). The Location of Culture. Chennai: Viva Books

8. During, S. (2005). Cultural Studies: A Critical Introduction. London; New York:

Routledge.

9. During, Simon. The Cultural Studies Reader. 2nd ed. London ; New York:

Routledge, 2003.

10. Edgar, Andrew and Peter Sedgwick. 2005. Cultural Theory: The Key Concepts.

2nd edition. NY: Routledge.

11. Grossberg, Lawrence, Cary Nelson, and Paula A. Treichler. Cultural Studies.

New York: Routledge, 1992.

12. Loomba, A. (2005). Colonialism/Postcolonialism. London; New York:

Routledge.

13. Milner, A. (1996). Literature, Culture and Society. New York: New York

University Press.

14. Moi, Toril. Sexual/textual Politics: Feminist Literary Theory. London ; New York

: Methuen, 1985.PN98.W64 M65 1985

15. Nayar, Pramod K.(2008) An Introduction to Cultural Studies. New Delhi: Viva

Books

16. Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty. In Other Worlds: Essays in Cultural Politics.

London: Routledge, 1988.

17. Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty. The Post-Colonial Critic: Interviews, Strategies,

Dialogues. Ed. Sarah Harasym. London: Routledge, 1990.

18. Showalter, Elaine, ed. Speaking of Gender, 1989.

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1. Austin, J. L. (1962), How to do things with words, oxford: Clarendon Press.

2. Blommaert, Jan (2005), Discourse: A Critical Introduction, Cambridge: CUP

3. Brown, G. and G. Yule (1983), Discourse Analysis, Cambridge: CUP.

4. Brown, p. and Levinson, S. C. (1987), ‘Politeness: Some Universals’ in Language

Usage, Cambridge: CUP

5. Carter, R. And D. Nunan (2001), Teaching English to Speakers of Other

Languages (CUP)

6. Fowler, Roger(1981), Literature as Social Discourse. London: Batsford

Academic and Educational Ltd.

7. Grundy, Peter (2000), Doing Pragmatics, London: Edward Arnold.

8. Krishnaswamy, N. and T. Sriraman (1994), English Teaching in India, (T. R.

Publications, Madras)

9. Leech, G. N. (1983), Principles of Pragmatics, London: Longman.

10. Levinson, S. C. (1983), Pragmatics, Cambridge: CUP.

11. Mey, Jacob L. (1993), Pragmatics: An Introduction, Oxford: Blackwell. [Revised

edition is available and is preferred.]

12. Nagaraj, G. (1996), English Language Teaching: Approaches, Methods and

Techniques (Orient Longman)

13. Paul, Beedle & Bob, Burkill(eds).(2008), Reflections on Teaching Today and

Tommorrow. Cambridge: CUP

14. Richards, Jack & Theodore, Rodgers. (2002), Approaches and Methods in

Language Teaching. Delhi: CUP

15. Salkie, Raphael (2005), Text and Discourse Analysis. London: Routledge

16. Schiffrin, D. (1994), Approaches to Discourse. Oxford: Blackwell.

17. Searle, J. R. (1969), Speech Acts, Cambridge: CUP

18. Searle, J. R. (1970), Speech Acts: An Essay in the Philosophy of Language,

Cambridge: CUP.

19. Sperber, D. & Wilson, D. (1986), Relevance: Communication and Cognition,

Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

20. Thorat, Ashok (2009), Discourse Analysis. Mumbai: CUP

21. Thorat, Ashok (ed.) (2007), Pragmatics. Pune: IASE

22. Tickoo, M. L. (2003), Teaching and Learning English.Hyderabad: Orient

Longman

23. Ur, Penny (1996), A Course in Language Teaching: Practice and Theory (CUP)

24. Verschueren, Jef (1995), Handbook of Pragmatics, Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

25. Verschueren, Jef (1999), Understanding Pragmatics, London: Arnold.

26. Yule, George (1996), Pragmatics, Oxford: OUP.

Reflections II (CUP)

(i) Lord of the Flies : William Golding

(ii) Inside the Haveli : Rama Mehta

(iii) A Man of the People : Chinua Achebe

1. Abrams, M. H. – A Glossary of Literary Terms (Latest Edition), (Macmillan)

2. Hawthorn, Jeremy (2005), Studying the Novel (Hodder Arnold)

3. Barnett, Susan – Students Guide to Writing about Literature (Pearson Education)

4. Forster, E. M. – Aspects of Novel

5. Mayhead, Robin – Understanding Literature (Blackie and Sons)

6. Rees, R. J. – An Introduction of English Literature to Foreign Learners

7. Martin, Gray – A Dictionary of Literary Terms (Pearson Education)

8. Boulton, Marjorie – Anatomy of Fiction (Routeledge)

9. Murphy, M. J. –Understanding Unseens

10. Hooper - An Introduction to the Study of Language and Literature

11. Hudson, W. H. - Introduction to the Study of English Literature

12. Iyengar, K. R. Sriniwas and Nandakumar, Prema - Introduction to the Study of English

Literature (Sterling, 1984)

13. Lerner - English Literature : An Interpretation for Students Abroad (OUP)

14. Bloom, Harold (2007)– Lord of the Flies, Viva Modern Critical Interpretations (Viva

Books)

Texts : (i) Death of a Salesman : Arthur Miller

(ii) Hayavadan : Girish Karnad

Abrams, M. H. – A Glossary of Literary Terms (Latest Edition), (Macmillan)

2. Barnett, Susan – Students Guide to Writing about Literature (Pearson Education)

3. Boulton, Margorie – Anatomy of Drama (Routledge)

4. Brooks, Cleanth and Heilman - Understanding Drama

5. Eslin, Martin – Anatomy of Drama

6. Mayhead, Robin – Understanding Literature (Blackie and Sons)

7. Rees, R. J. – An Introduction of English Literature to Foreign Learners

8. Martin, Gray – A Dictionary of Literary Terms (Pearson Education)

9. Kennedy - Literature : An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry and Drama (Longman)

10. Hooper - An Introduction to the Study of Language and Literature

11. Hudson, W. H. - Introduction to the Study of English Literature

12. Iyengar, K. R. Sriniwas and Nandakumar, Prema - Introduction to the Study of English

Literature (Sterling, 1984)

13. Kennedy - Literature : An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry and Drama (Longman)

14. Lerner - English Literature : An Interpretation for Students Abroad (OUP)

15. Bloom, Harold (2007) – Death of a Salesman, Viva Modern Critical Interpretations

(Viva Books)

William Shakespeare : 1. A Requiem

John Donne : 2. A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning

Andrew Marvell : 3. To his Coy Mistress

William Blake : 4. The Chimney Sweeper

5. The Tyger

William Wordsworth : 6. Lucy Gray

7. Strange Fits of Passion Have I Known

Percy Bysshe Shelley : 8. To a Skylark

John Keats : 9. Ode on a Grecian Urn

Lord Alfred Tennyson : 10. From In Memoriam, LIV- LVI

11. Tears, Idle Tears

Matthew Arnold : 12. To Marguerite

Robert Browning : 13. The Bishop Orders his Tomb

Thomas Hardy : 14. The Darkling Thrush

G.M. Hopkins : 15. Felix Randal

W.B. Yeats : 16. An Irish Airman Foresees his Death

T .S. Eliot : 17. Sweeney Among the Nightingales

W.H. Auden : 18. Song

Dylan Thomas : 19. And Death shall have no Dominion

Philip Larkin : 20. Church Going

Nissim Ezekiel : 21. Goodbye Party for Miss Pushpa T. S.

Jayanta Mahapatra : 22. The Abandoned British Cemetery at Balasore

A.K. Ramanujan : 23. The Last of the Princes

R. Parthasarthy : 24. Delhi

Walt Whitman : 25. Gods

Emily Dickinson : 26. The Wind Tapped Like a Tired Man.

Robert Frost : 27. The Road Not Taken

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R. W. Emerson : 28. Give All to Love

Langston Hughes : 29. Ballad of the Landlord

30. I, Too

1. Abrams, M. A. – A Glossary of Literary Terms (Seventh Edition), (Macmillan)

2. Barnett, Susan – Students Guide to Writing about Literature (Pearson Education)

3. Brooks, Cleanth and Robert Penn Warren – Understanding Poetry

4. Mayhead, Robin – Understanding Literature (Blackie and Sons)

5. Martin, Gray – A Dictionary of Literary Terms (Pearson Education)

6. Murphy, M. J. – Understanding Unseens

7. Rees, R. J. – An Introduction of English Literature to Foreign Learners

8. Wainwright, Jeffrey (2004), Poetry : The Basics (Routeledge)

9. Hooper - An Introduction to the Study of Language and Literature

10. Hudson, W. H. - Introduction to the Study of English Literature

11. Iyengar, K. R. Sriniwas and Nandakumar, Prema - Introduction to the Study of English

Literature (Sterling, 1984)

12. Kennedy - Literature : An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry and Drama (Longman)

13. Lennard – The Poetry Handbook: Guide Reading Poetry for Pleasure and Criticism

(OUP)

14. Lerner - English Literature : An Interpretation for Students Abroad (OUP)

1. Thorat, A.and Lokhandwala,M.(2009),Enriching Oral and Written Communication [OBS

2. Mohanraj J. and Mohanraj S. (2001), English Online [OBS]

3. Seely (2006), Oxford Guide to English speaking and writing [OUP]

4. Dutt, P. Kiranmal, Geetha Rajeevan, CLN Prakash (2008), A Course in Communication

Skills [Foundation Books]

5. Anderson, Keith, John Maclean, Tony Lynch (2007), Study Speaking [CUP]

6. Goodale, Malcolm (2008), Professional Presentations [CUP]

7. Morley, David (2007), The Cambridge Introduction to Creative Writing [CUP]

8. Dutt, P. Kiranmal and Geetha Rajeevan (2007), A Course in Listening and Speaking

(Vol. I & II) [Foundation Books]

9. Sasikumar, V., P. Kiranmal Dutt and Geetha Rajeevan (2007), Basic Communication

Skills [Foundation Books]

10. O’Connor, J. D. – Better English Pronunciation (Latest Edition with CD)

11. Narayanswamy – Strengthen Your Writing (OBS)

1. Thorat, A.and Lokhandwala,M.(2009),Enriching Oral and Written Communication [OBS

2. Mohanraj J. and Mohanraj S. (2001), English Online [OBS.]

3. Seely (2006), Oxford Guide to English speaking and writing [OUP]

4. Dutt, P. Kiranmal, Geetha Rajeevan, CLN Prakash (2008), A Course in Communication

Skills [Foundation Books]

5. Anderson, Keith, John Maclean, Tony Lynch (2007), Study Speaking [CUP]

6. Goodale, Malcolm (2008), Professional Presentations [CUP]

7. Morley, David (2007), The Cambridge Introduction to Creative Writing [CUP]

8. Dutt, P. Kiranmal and Geetha Rajeevan (2007), A Course in Listening and Speaking

(Vol. I & II) [Foundation Books]

9. Sasikumar, V., P. Kiranmal Dutt and Geetha Rajeevan (2007), Basic Communication

Skills [Foundation Books]

10. O’Connor, J. D. – Better English Pronunciation (Latest Edition with CD)

11. Narayanswamy – Strengthen Your Writing (OBS)

1. Chindhade, S. and Thorat, A. (2009), Doing Research, Mumbai: CUP

2. Hunt, Andy (2005), Your Research Project, New Delhi: Foundation Books

3. Abdul Rahim, F. (2005), Thesis Writing: A Manual for Researchers (New Delhi: New

Age International)

4. Gibaldi, Joseph (6th edn. 2003), MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, New

York: MLA Association

5. Eliot, Simon and W. R. Owens (4th edn. 1998), A Handbook to Literary Research,

London: Routledge & Open University

6. Miller, R. H. (1995), Handbook of Literary Research, Methuen

7. Lenburg, Jeff (2007), Guide to Research, Viva Books

8. Oakman, Robert L. (1984), Computer Methods for Literary Research, Athens: University

of Georgia Press

9. Altick, R. D. (1963), The Art of Literary Research, New York: Norton

10. Harner, James L. (2002), Literary Research Guide: An Annotated Listing of Reference

Sources in English Literary Studies, New York: MLA of America

11. Barker, Nancy and Nancy Hulig (2000), A Research Guide for Under Graduate Students:

English and American Literature, New York: MLA of America

12. Gupta, R. K. (1971), American Literature Fundamentals of Research, ASRC Hyderabad

13. Mishra, D. S. (1989), A Grammar of Literary Research, New Delhi: Harman Publishing

House

14. Rajannan, B. (1968), Fundamentals of Research, ASRC Hyderabad

15. Bateson, F. W. (1972), The Scholar Critic: An Introduction to Literary Research,

London: Routledge

16. Adam Sirjohn (2004), Research Methodology: Methods & Techniques, Delhi: New Age

International Ltd

17. Caivary, R. & Nayak V. K. (2005), Research Methodology, S. Chand

18. Kothari,C.R. (1985), Research Methodology: Methods & Techniques, Delhi : New Age

International Ltd

19. Litosseliti,Lia (2000), Using Focus Groups in Research, British Library Cataloguing

20. Rahim, F. Abdul (1996), Thesis Writing-A Manual for Researchers, New Delhi: New

Age International Ltd

21. Rengachari,S. & Rengachari,Sulochna - Research methodology for English Literature,

Bareilly : Prakash Book Depot

22. Seliger (2001), Second Language Research Methods, Oxford University

23. Sinha, M.P. - Research Methods in English

24. Winkler, Anthony C. & Accuen, Jo Roy (2003), Writing the Research Paper, Thomson

Heinle

25. Brown, James Dean (2006), Understanding Research in Second Language Learning,

New York: Cambridge University Press

Brumfit, C. and R. Carter (1986), Literature and Language Teaching, (OUP)

2. Brumfit, C. and K. Johnson (1979), The Communicative Approach to Language

Teaching (OUP)

3. Bagchi, G. (1994), Teaching Poetry in School and Colleges, (T.R. Publications, Madras)

4. Carter, R. and M. N. Long (1991), Teaching Literature (Longman, London)

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5. Collie, J. and S. Slater (1987), Literature in the Language Classroom, (CUP, Cambridge)

6. Duff, A. and A. Maley (1990), Literature (OUP)

7. Carter, R. And D. Nunan (2001), Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

(CUP)

8. , S. (Ed.) (2002), English Language Teaching in India (Orient Longman)

9. Richards, J. C. And T. S. Rodgers (1986), Approaches and Methods in Language

Teaching (CUP)

10. Marathe, Ramanan And Bellarmine (1993), Provocations : The Teaching of English

Literature in India (Orient Longman)

11. Nagaraj, G. (1996), English Language Teaching: Approaches, Methods and Techniques

(Orient Longman)

12. Nolasco, R. And L. Arthur (1988), Large Classes, (Macmillan)

13. Nunan, D. (1988), Syllabus Design (OUP)

14. Prabhu, N. S. (1987), Second Language Pedagogy (OUP)

15. LazarBabu, Prabhakar (1993), Teaching Spoken English in Colleges (CIEFL,

Hyderabad)

16. Hill, J. (1986), Using Literature in Language Teaching (Macmillin, London)

17. Hutchinson, T. And A. Waters (1989), English for Specific Purposes: A Learning

Centered Approach (CUP, Cambridge)

18. Indra, C.T. (1995), Teaching Poetry at the Advanced Level (T.R. Publications, Madras)

19. Krishnaswamy, N. and T. Sriraman (1994), English Teaching in India, (T. R.

Publications, Madras)

20. Krishnaswamy, N. And T. Krishnaswamy (2006), The Story of English in India,

(Foundation Books)

21. Kudchedkar, G. (1993), Literature and Language Teaching (Cup)

22. Bassnet, S. And P. Grundy (1993), Language Through Literature (Longman)

23. Corder, S. Pit (1973), Introduction to Applied Linguistics (Penguin)

24. Richards, J. C. (Ed.) (1974), Error Analysis (Longman, London)

25. Tickoo, M. L. (2002), Teaching and Learning English (Orient Longman)

26. Ur, Penny (1996), A Course in Language Teaching: Practice and Theory (Cup)

27. Sarasvati, V. (2004), English Language Teaching: Principles and Practice (O.L.)

28. Widdowson, H. G. (1975), Stylistics and the Teaching of Literature (Longman)

29. Hughes, A. (1989), Testing for Language Teachers (CUP)

30. Allan, J. P. B. And S. Pit Corder (1975), The Edinburgh University Course in Applied

Linguistics, Vol. 1,2 and 3 (OUP)

For Course Materials refer to standard and authentic editions of the texts published by

the publishers like OUP, CUP, Longman, Macmillan, Penguin, Routledge Signet

Classics, Allen and Unwin, etc.

General Books on Drama

1. Bentley, Eric (1954), In Search of Theater, New York: Vintage Books.

2. Dawson, S W (1970), Drama and the Dramatic, London: Methuen.

3. Esslin, Martin (1977), An Anatony of Drama, New York: Hill and Wong

4. Kelsall, Malcolm (1983), Studying Drama, London: Macmillan.

5. Salgado, Gamini (1980), English Drama: A Critical Introduction, London: Arnold.

6. Styan, J L (1960), Elements of Drama, Cambridge: C.U.P.

7. Spaldind P. (1985), Drama in Practice: A Guide for Students, London: Macmillan.

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Shakespeare : Macbeth

1. Bloom, Harold (ed) Macbeth: Viva Modern Critical Interpretations, New Delhi: Viva

Books.

2. Bradley, A C, Shakespearean Tragedy, London: Macmillan.

3. Charlton, H B (1968) Shakespearean Tragedy, Cambridge: C.U.P.

4. Knight G Wilson (1961), The Wheel of Fire, London and New York: Rutledge

5. Lerner, Laurence (1968), Shakespeare’s Tragedies: An Anthology of Modern Criticism,

harmonds-worth: Penguin

6. Harrison, G B (1915) Shakespeare’s Tragedies, London: Rutledge and Kegan Paul.

7. Wells, Stanley (ed) (1986), The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare Studies,

Cambridge: C.U.P.

8. Norton Critical Edition: Macbeth (Viva Books)

8. Viva Modern Critical Interpretations: Macbeth (Viva Books)

G B Shaw : Candida

1. Bentley, Eric (19470, Bernard Shaw, London: Methuen.

2. Huge, Lean (1971), Bernard Shaw: Playwright and Preacher, London: Methuen.

3. Kaufman, R J (1965) Shaw: A Collection of Critical Essays, Englewood Cliffs, New

Jersey: Prentice Hall.

4. Whitman, Robert F (1977), Shaw and the Play of Ideas, Ithaca; Cornell University Press.

5. Williams, Raymond (1968) Drama from Ibsen to Brecht, London: Chatto and Windus.

6. Greene N, (1984) Bernard Shaw: A Critical View, London: Macmillan.

Samuel Beckett : Endgame

1. Esslin, Martin (1961), The Theater of the Absurd, New York: Penguin.

2. Esslin, Martin (ed) (1965), Samuel Beckett: A collection of Critical Essays, Englewood

Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

3. Cohn, Ruby (ed) (1975), Samuel Beckett: A collection of Critical Essays, New York: Mc

Graw

4. Fletcher, John and Fletcher Beryl (1978), A Student’s Guide to the Plays of

Samuel Beckett, London: Faber.

5. Fletcher, John and Spurling, John (1972), Beckett: A Study of His Plays, London: hill

and Wong.

6. Kennedy, Andrew K. (1989), Samuel Beckett, Cambridge: C.U. P.

Tennessee Williams : Glass Menagerie

1. Bloom, Harold (ed) (2007) Glass Menagerie: Viva Modern Critical Interpretations, New

Delhi: Viva Books.

2. Jackson, Esther Merle (1965) The Broken World of Tennessee Williams, Madison and

Milwaukee: Wisconsin University Press.

3. Parker, R B (ed) (1983), The Glass Menagerie: A Collection of Critical Essays,

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

4. Stanton, Stephen S (ed) (1977) Tennessee Williams: A Collection of Critical Essays,

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

5. Tickler, Jack (ed) (1965), Tennessee Williams: Rebellious Puritan, New York: The

Citadel Press.

6. Thorpe, Jack (ed) (1977), Tennessee Williams: A Tribute, Jackson: University of

Mississippi Press.

1. Allen, Walter (1958) The English Novel: A Short Critical History, Harmondsworth:

Penguin.

2. Forster, E M (1927) Aspect of the Novel, Pelican.

3. Leavis F R (1948), The Great Tradition, Hammondsport: Penguin.

4. Lodge, David (1966) Language of Fiction, London: Macmillan.

5. Lack, John (1983) How to Study a Novel London: Macmillan.

6. Van Ghent, Dorothy(1972) The English Novel: Form and Function, New York:Harper

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Wuthering Heights : Emily Bronte

1. Norton Critical Edition: Wuthering Heights (Viva Books)

2. Viva Modern Critical Interpretations: Wuthering Heights (Viva Books)

3. Bloom, Harold (2008) (ed) Wuthering Heights: Viva Modern Critical Interpretations,

New Delhi: Viva Books.

4. Allott, Mirian (1970) Emily Bronte: Wuthering Heights, London: Macmillan.

5. Peterson, Linda (1993) Wuthering Heights: Emily Bronte, London: Macmillan

(Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism Series)

6. Winnifrith, Tom and Chithan Edward (1989) Charlotte Bronte and Emily Bronte:

Literary Lives, London: Macmillan.

Lord Jim : Joseph Conrad

1. Norton Critical Edition: Lord Jim (Viva Books)

2. Bloom, Harold (ed) (1986) Joseph Conrad: Modern Critical Views, New York:

Chelsea House.

3. Krieger, Murray (1960), The Tragic Vision: Variation on a Theme in Literary

Interpretations, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

4. Moser, Thomas C (1957) Joseph Conrad: Achievement and Decline, London: OUP

5. Stallman, Robert W (ed) (1960) The Art of Joseph Conrad: A Critical Symposium,

Michigan University Press.

6. Stape J H (ed) (1996) The Cambridge Companion to Joseph Conrad, London: C U P

7. Tanner T. (1963) Conrad: Lord Jim, London: Arnold.

The Bluest Eye : Toni Morrison

1. Christian, Barbara (1980) Black Women Novelists: The Development of a Tradition,

Westport: Green Wood Press.

2. Evans, Marie (ed) (1984) Black Women Writer, (1950-1980) : A Critical Evaluation,

New York : Anchor Press.

3. Harris, Trudier (1991) Fiction and Folklore: The Novels of Toni Morrison, Knoxville:

University of Tennesse Press.

4. Samuel, Wilfred and Hudson Weems, Clenora(1990) Toni Morrison, Boston: Twayne.

5. Tate, Claudia (ed) (1983) Black Women Writers at Work, New York: Continuum.

The Catcher in the Rye : J D Salinger

1. Burgess, Anthony (1984) Ninety-nine Novels: The Best in English Since 1939,

London: Allison and Busby.

2. Batra, Shakti (2007) The Catcher in the Rye: A Critical Stydy, New Delhi: Surjeet

Publication.

1. British Poetry

William Wordsworth : (i) Michael

S. T. Coleridge : (i) Christabel

John Keats : (i) Ode to Nightingale.

Lord Alfred Tennyson : (i) Tithonus

Robert Browning : (i) Fra Lippo Lippi

W. B. Yeats : (i) Byzantium

T. S. Eliot : (i) The Waste Land.

W. H. Auden : (i) Musee De Beaux Artes.

Philip Larkin : (i) Whitsun Weddings.

Dylan Thomas : (i) Fern Hill.

2. American Poetry:

R. W. Emerson : (i) The Problem

Walt Whitman : (i) There Was a Child Went Forth

Emily Dickinson. : (i) I’m Nobody ! Who Are You?

(ii) I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died.

(iii) I Cannot Live With You.

(iv) A Bird Came Down the Walk.

Robert Frost : (i) Home Burial

(ii) Birches

Wallace Stevens : (i) Sunday Morning

Sylvia Plath : (i) Lady Lazarus.

Robert Lowell : (i) Skunk Hour.

1. Gingerich Martin E (1977) ‘W.H. Auden: A Reference Guide’, Boston, mass: G.K.Hall.

2. Bayley’John (1975) ‘Twentieth Century Poetry: Critical Essay and Documents’, The open

Uni-Press, London.

3. Blair, John G.(1965), ‘The Poetic Arts of W.H. Auden’,Princeton Uni-Press Princeton.

4. Buell, Frederick.(1973) ‘W.H.Auden as a social Poet’,Cornell Uni-Press,London.

5. Farnan, Dorothy J.(1984) ‘Auden in Love’,Simon and Schuster’New York.

6. Williamson’ G (1953), ‘A Reader’s Guide to T.S.Eliot,’New york.

7. Ackroyd Peter (1989), ‘T.S.Eliot,’Cordinal, London.

8. Drew Elizabeth (1970) ‘T.S. Eliot: The Design of His Poetry’, Doaba House, Delhi.

9. Bush, Dauglas (1966), ‘John Keats: his life and Writing,’Macmillan, New York.

10. Evert, Walter (1965), ‘Aesthetic and myth in the Poets of Keats,’ Princeton Uni-Press,

Princeton.

11. Ward, Aileen (1963), ‘John Keats: the making of a Poet,’ Viking Press, New York.

12. Bowra, Maurice (1961), ‘The Romantic Imagination’, Oxford Uni-Press, Oxford.

13. Brooke, Stoppard (1985), ‘Tennyson: His Art and Relation to Modern Life’, Aparna

Publiction Delhi.

14. Dickstein Morris (1971), ‘Keats and His Poetry A Study in Development,’ Uni. Of Chicago

Press, Chicago.

15. Durrant, Geoffrey (1969), ‘William Wordsworth,’Cambridge Uni.Press,Cambridge.

16. Gridley, Roy E (1972), ‘Browning major Poetry’, Clarendon Press, Oxford.

17. Hough, Graham (1967), ‘The Romantic Poets,’ Hutchinson, London.

18. Jack Ian (1973), ‘Browning’s major Poetry,’ Clarendon Press, Oxford.

19. Pattison, Robert (1979), ‘Tennyson and Tradition,’ Harvard Uni.Press, Cambridge.

20. Wilson, F.A.C (1968), ‘W.B.Yeats and Tradition,’ Methuen, London.

21. Garrod H.W. (ed) (1956), ‘The Poetical Works of John Keats,’ Oxford Uni.Press, London.

22. Ricks, Christopher (ed) (1969), ‘The Poem of Tennyson,’ Longman, London.

23. Kuby, Lolette (1974), ‘An uncommon Poet for the Common Man: A Study of Philip Larkin,’

The Hague, Mouton.

24. Timms, David (1973), ‘Philip Larkin,’ Oliver and Boyd, Ediuburg.

American Poetry

Required Reading :

1. Beckett, Lucy,Wallace Stevens,Cambrideg : CUP,1974.

2. Boroff,Marie,ed.Wallace Stevens : A Colletion of Critical Essay, Cambridge,CUP,1963.

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3. Cook,Reginald,Robert Frost : A Living Voice,Amherst,The Univ. of Mass Press,1974.

4. Cox James M.,ed. Robert Frost : A Collection of Critical Essay, Englewood Cliffs, Prentice,

Hall,1962.

5. Crick, J.F., Robert Lowell Edinburg, Oliver and Boyd,1974.

6. Jarrell,Randall, Poetry and the Age,London,Faber and Faber,1955.

7. Kermode,Frank, Wallace Stevens, Edinburgh, London Oliver and Boyd.

8. London, Michael and Boyers R.eds. Robert Lowell : A Portrait of the Artist in His Time,

New York,David Lewis.

9. Patke, Rajeev,The Long Poems of Wallace Stevens : An Interpretative Study, Cambridge :

CUP, 1986.

10. Pearce, Roy Harvey, The Continuity of American Poetry, Princeton, Princeton, UP,1965.

11. Perloff, Marjorie, The Poetic Art of Robert Lowell, Ithaca, Cornell University Press,1973.

12. Plath, Sylvia, Letters Home,ed. Aurelia S. Plath.London Faber and Faber,1975.

13. Poirier, Richard, Robert Frost : The Work of Knowledge, New York.

14. Potter, James L., The Robret Frost Handbook, University Park and London : The

Pennsylvania State University Press,1980.

15. Steiner, Naney Hunter, A close Look AT Ariel : A Memory of Sylvia Plath, London, Faber

and Faber, 1974.

16. Vendler, Helen ed. Voices and Visions : The Poet as American, New Delhi, Tata McGraw

Hill,1987.

1. Austin, J. L. (1962), How to do things with words, Oxford: Clarendon Press.

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2. Black, Elizabeth (2006), Pragmatic Stylistics, (Edinburgh)

3. Chatman, Seymour (ed.) (1971), Literary Style : A Symposium, Oxford : OUP

4. Crystal, David – A Dictionary of Applied Linguistics and Stylistics

5. Cummings, M. and R. Simmons (1983), The Language of Literature : A Stylistic

Introduction to the Study of Literature, London : Pergamon

6. Elam, K. (1980), The Semiotics of Theatre and Drama, London : Methuen

7. Fowler, Roger (1971), The Language of Literature, London : Routledge and Kegan

8. Freeman, D. C. (1970), Linguistics and Literary Style, New York : Holt Rinehart and

Winston

9. Krishnaswamy, N., S. K. Verma and N. Nagarajan (1992), Modern Applied Linguistics,

Madras: Macmillan

10. Leech, Geoffrey (1969), A Linguistic Guide to English Poetry, London: Longman

11. Lyons, J. (1981), Language and Linguistics, Cambridge: CUP.

12. Prakasam, V. (1996), Stylistics of Poetry : A Functional Perspective, Hyderabad : Omkar

Publishers

13. Thomas, G. Meaning in Interaction, London: Longman

14. Thornborrow and Shan Wareing (1998), Patterns in Language : An Introduction to

Language and Literary Style, London : Routledge

15. Welsh, Katie (1989), A Dictionary of Stylistics, London: Longman

16. Wright, Laura and Jonathan Hope (1996), Stylistics : A Practical Course book, London :

Routledge

in addition to the Reading List given here, the teachers and students may also refer to the

relevant reference books stated in the Reading List provided for Paper-III : English

Language Today, Paper - XI : Pragmatics, and from standard reference books on

Stylistics.

Austin, J. L. (1962), How to do things with words, oxford: Clarendon Press.

2. Brown, G. and G. Yule (1983), Discourse Analysis, Cambridge: CUP.

3. Brown, p. and Levinson, S. C. (1987), ‘Politeness: Some Universals’ in Language

Usage, Cambridge: CUP

4. Fowler, Roger – Literature as Social Discourse

5. Grundy, Peter (2000), Doing Pragmatics, London: Edward Arnold.

6. Leech, G. N. (1983), Principles of Pragmatics, London: Longman.

7. Levinson, S. C. (1983), Pragmatics, Cambridge: CUP.

8. Mey, Jacob L. (1993), Pragmatics: An Introduction, Oxford: Blackwell. [Revised

edition is available and is preferred.]

9. Mills, Sara - Discourse

10. Schiffrin, D. (1994) Approaches to Discourse, Oxford: Blackwell.

11. Searle, J. R. (1969), Speech Acts, Cambridge: CUP

12. Searle, J. R. (1970), Speech Acts: An Essay in the Philosophy of Language,

Cambridge: CUP.

13. Sinclaire & others – Approaches to Discourse

14. Sperber, D. & Wilson, D. (1986), Relevance: Communication and Cognition, Oxford:

Basil Blackwell.

15. Thorat, Ashok (2008), Discourse Analysis (FCS)

16. Thorat, Ashok (ed.) (2006), Non-Native Phenomenon of English (IASE, Pune)

17. Thorat, Ashok (ed.) (2007), Pragmatics (IASE, Pune)

18. Verschueren, Jef (1995), Handbook of Pragmatics, Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

19. Verschueren, Jef (1999), Understanding Pragmatics, London: Arnold.

20. Yule, George (1996), Pragmatics, Oxford: OUP.

21. Journal on Intercultural Pragmatics, Eds. Istvan Keckes (Mouton D. Gruyter)

1. Ashcroft, Bill, et al (1989), The Empire Writes Back, London : Routledge

2. Ashcroft, Bill, et al (1998), Key Concepts in Postcolonial Studies, London : Routledge

3. Boehmer, Elleke (1995), Colonial and Postcolonial Literatures : Migrant Metaphors,

OUP

4. Brah, Avtar (1996), Cartographies of Diaspora : Contesting Identities, London :

Routledge

5. Bromley, Roger (2000), Narratives for a New Belonging : Diasporic Cultural Fictions,

Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press

6. Chrisman, Laura and Benita Parry (ed.) (2000), Postcolonial Theory and Criticism,

Cambridge : D. S. Brewer

7. Cohen, Robin (2001), Global Diasporas : An Introduction, London : Routledge

8. Dhavan, R. K. and Krishnasastry (ed.) (1994), Commonwealth Writing : A Study in

Expatriate Experience, New Delhi : Prestige

9. Gandhi, Leela (1998), Postcolonial Theory : A Critical Introduction, New Delhi : OUP

10. Kaur, Tejinder (ed.) (2005), Perspectives of Diaspora : Indian Fiction in English,

Jalandher : Nirman Publishers

11. Kripal, Vinay (1989), The Third World of Expatriation, New Delhi : Sterling

12. Nelson, Emmanuel S. (1992), Reworlding : The Literature of the Indian Diaspora,

Greenwood Press

13. Nelson, Emmanuel S. (ed.) (1993), Writers of the Indian Diaspora : A Bio-

Bibliographical Critical Soiurcebook, New York : Greenwood Press

14. Rushdie, Salman (1991), Imaginary Homelands, London : Granata Books and Penguin

India

15. Suman Bala (ed.) (1994), American Literature Today, New Delhi : Prestige

16. Nayar, Promod K. (2008), Postcolonial Literature : An Introduction, New Delhi :

Pearson – Longman

17. Fowler, Roger (1981), Literature as Social Discourse, London: Batsford Academic and

Educational Ltd.

18. Blommaert, Jan (2005), Discourse, Cambridge: The Press Syndicate of the University of

Cambridge

19. Blommaert, Jan and Verscheuren, Jef (1998) Debating Diversity: Analysing the

Discourse of Tolerance, London: Routledge

20. Mills, Sara, Discourse

21. Sinclair, et al, Approaches to Discourse

22. Thorat, Ashok (2008), Discourse Analysis, Pune: Forum for Culture Studies

23. Coulthart, Michael, Discourse Analysis

24. Dijk, Van, Text and Context

26. Nair, Pramod K.(2008), An Introduction to Cultural Studies, Viva Books

27. Watson, C W (2007), Multiculturalism, New Delhi: Viva Books

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C) On Prescribed Authors

1. Amar Nath Prasad (ed)(2008) “ New Lights on Indian Women Novelists in English”,

Sarup & Sons, New Delhi.

2. Jasbir Jain (ed) (2000) “ Post Coloniality Literature and Politics”, Rawat Publications

Jaipur.

3. Jaydipsinh Dodiya (ed) (2006) “Indian Women Novelists in English”, Sarup & Sons,

New Delhi.

4. Prasanna S (ed) (2005) “Indian Women writing in English”, Sarup & Sons, New Delhi.

5. Alam, Fakrul (1996), Bharati Mukherjee, New York : Twayne

6. Dhavan, R. K (ed.) (1995), Indian Women Novelists, Vol. 3, New Delhi : Prestige

7. Dhavan, R. K (ed.) (1996), The Fiction of Bharati Mukherjee : A Critical Symposium,

New Delhi : Prestige

8. Jain, Jasbir (2003), Writers of the Indian Diaspora, Rawat Publishers

9. Jain, Jasbir (2004), Dislocations and Multiculturalisms, Rawat Publishers

10. Khair, Tabish (2001), Babu Fictions, OUP

11. Kumar, Nagendra (2001), Fiction of Bharati Mukherjee : A Cultural Perspective, New

Delhi : Atlantic Publishers

12. Mandal, Somnath (ed.), (2000), Asian American Writing, Vol. II, New Delhi : Prestige

13. Modern Fiction Studies, Summer 2000, Published by John Hopkins University

14. Nelson, Emmanuel S. (1993), Bharati Mukherjee : Critical Perspectives, New York :

Greenwood Press

15. Tendon, Sushama (2004), Bharati Mukherjee’s Fiction : A Perspective, New Delhi :

Sarup and Sons

General Books on Drama

1. Bentley, Eric (1954), In Search of Theater, New York : Vintage Books.

2. Dawson, S W (1970), Drama and the Dramatic, London : Methuen.

3. Esslin, Martin (1977), An Anatomy of Drama, New York : Hill and Wong

4. Kelsall, Malcolm (1983), Studying Drama, London : Macmillan.

5. Salgado, Gamini (1980), English Drama : A Critical Introduction, London :

Arnold.

6. Styan, J L (1960), Elements of Drama, Cambridge: C.U.P.

7. Spalding P. (1985), Drama in Practice: A Guide for Students, London: Macmillan.

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Eugene O’ Neill : Emperor Jones

1. Carpenter, Frederic I (1964), Eugene O’ Neill, New Haren : College and University

Press.

2. Gassner, John (1964), O’ Neill: A Collection of Ctitical Essays, Englewood Cliffs,

New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

3. Falk, Doris V. (1958), Eugene O’ Neill and the Tragic Tension, New Brunswick:

Rutgers.

4. Winther, S K, Eugene O’ Neill: A Critical Study.

Arthur Miller : The Crucible

1. Bigsby, Christopher (1999) The Cambridge Companion to Arthur Miller, Cambridge:

CUP

1. Bloom, Harold (ed) (2007), The Crucible: Viva Modern Critical Interpretations, New

Delhi: Viva Books.

2. Ferres John H. (ed) (1972) Twentieth Century Interpretations of the Crucible,

Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

3. Martine, James J.(1993) The Crucible: Politics, Property and Pretense, New York:

Twayne.

4. Weales, Gerald (ed)(1971) The Crucible: Text and Criticism, New York: Viking Press.

Henrik Ibsen : Doll’s House

1. Downe Brian W. (1950) A Study of Six Plays of Ibsen, Cambridge : C. U. P.

2. Knight, G Wilson (1962) Ibsen, Edinburgh : Oliver and Boyd

3. Mc Farlane, James (ed) (1970) Henrik Ibsen : A Critical Anthology,

Harmondworth : Penguin.

4. Northem, John (1973) Ibsen : A Critical Study, Cambridge : C. U. P.

5. Tennant, P. F. D. (1948) Ibsen’s Dramatic Technique, Cambridge : C. U. P.

Mahesh Dattani : Final Solutions

1. Pandey, Sudhakar and Freya Barua (1994) New Directions In India Drama, New

Delhi : Prestige.

2. Meherotra, A K (ed) (2003) An Introduction History of Indian /literature in English,

(chap 2.2) Delhi : Permanent Black.

3. Bhatta, S Krishna (1987) Indian English Drama : A Critical Study, New Delhi.

4. Naik, M K and Mokashi – Punekar S. (ed) (1977) Perspectives on Indian Drama in

English, Madras.

Desai S K (ed) (1974) Experimentation with Language in Indian Writer in English, a

Monograph Published by Shivaji University Kolhapur

1. Nail M K, Raja Rao – (A Twayne World Author Series book), Twayne.

2. Mukherjee Meenakshi (1971) The Twice Born Fiction, New Delhi: Heinemann

Educational Books.

3. Narsimhaiah, C D (1973) Raja Rao, New Delhi : Arnold Heinemann

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5. Narayan, Shyamale (1988), Raja Rao : Man and His Work, New Delhi : Sterling

Publisher

That Long Silence: Shashi Deshpande

1. Bharucha, Niloufer and Sarang, Vilas (ed) (1994) Indian English Fiction 1980-90 : An

Assessment, New Delhi : B R Publication.

2. Dhawan R K (ed) (1991) Indian Women Novelists, Set – I, Vol. 5, New Delhi:

Prestige.

3. Dhawan R K (ed) (1995) Indian Women Novelists, Set – III, Vol. 4, New Delhi:

Prestige.

4. Surendersingh J. “Indianized English in Shashi Despande’s That Long Silence” form

Asian Quarterly Nol. 5 Issue-2, August2007, P P.25 to 4-1.

5. Sharma, Siddharth (2004) Shashi Despande’s Novels : A Feminist Study, New

Delhi : Atlantic.

A House for Mr. Biswas : V S Naipaul

1. Boxhill, Anthony (1983) V S Naipaul’s Fiction : In Quest of the Enemy, New

Brenswick : York Press.

2. Gilkes, Michael (1981), The West Indian Novel, Boston : Twayne.

3. Mason, Nondita (1986) The Fiction of V S Naipaul, Calcutta : The World Press.

4. Rai, Sudha (1982) V S Naipaul : A Study in Expatriate Sensibility, New Delhi : Arnold

Heinemann.

5. Ramchand, Kenneth (1970) The West Indian Novel and its Background, London :

Faber and Faber.

6. Walsh William (1973) V S Naipaul, London : Oliver and Boyd.

7. White, Landeg (1975) V S Naipaul : A Critical Introduction, London : Macmillan.

The Outsider : Albert Camus

1. Cruikshank, John (1959), Albert Camus and the Literature of Revolt, London : O. U. P.

2. Thody, Philip (1993) Albert Camus London : Macmillan.

3. Bree, Germaine (ed) (1962) Camus : A Collection of Critical Essays, Englewood

Cliffs, New Jersey : Spectrum.

4. Bree, Germaine and Guiton, Margaret (1962) The French Novel from Gide to Camus,

New York : Harbinger.

Indian Poetry

1. Press John (ed) (1965), ‘Commonwealth Literature’, Heinemann, London.

2.Walsh William (1973), ‘Readings in Commonwealth Literature’, Clarendon Press, Oxoford.

3. Walcott Derek (1969), ‘The Gulf and other Poems Jonathan Cape, London.

4. James Lavis (ed) (1968) ‘The Islands in Between: Essays on West Indian Literature’, O.U.P,

London

Jayant Mahapatra

1. PRASAD, MADHUSUDAN ed. The Poetry of Jayanta Mahapatra New Delhi:Sterling

Publishers,1986.

2. MOHAN DEVINDER .Jayanta Mahapatra New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann, 1987.

3. DWIVEDI, A.N ed. Student in Contemporary Indo-English Verse Bareilly: Prakash Book

Depot, 1984.

4.King Bruce. Modern Indian English Poetry. Delhi: OUP, 1989.

Nissim Ezekiel

1. DWIVEDI, SURESH CHANDRA.ed. Perspectives on Nissim Ezekiel New Delhi:

K.M.Agencies, 1989

2 “Nissim Ezekiel Special Issue”, JOURNAL of Indian Writing 14.2,1986.

3. WISEMAN, CHRISTOPHER. “The Development of Technique in the Poetry of Nissim

Ezekier” in KULSHRESHTHA, CHIRANTAN, ed. Contemporary Indian-English Verse: An

Evaluation.New Delhi: Arnold- Heinemann, 1980.

4. DAS, BIJAY KUMAR, “The Search after Reality. A Study of Ezekiel’s Poems” Journal of

Indian Writing in English, 10.1&2, 1982.

Daruwalla, keki N.

1. KING, BRUCE. “Keki Daruwalla: Outside, Skeptic and Poet” The Indian Literary Review,

4.2, 1986.

2. NAIK, M.K. “ ‘Drama Talk’ The Poetry of K.N. Daruwalla” in Naik Studies in Indian

English Literature New Delhi: Sterling, 1987.

3. Prasad, Madhusudhan. “Keki N. Daruwalla: Poet as Critic of His Age” Literary Half-Yearly,

January 1987.

Ramanujan A.K.

1. DWIVEDI, A.N.A.K. Ramanujan and His Poetry Delhi: Doaba House, 1983.

2. King Bruce. Three Morden Indian English Poets, Delhi: OUP, 1994.

3. DEVY, G. N. “Alienation as Means of Self-exploration: A Study of A.K. Ramanujan’s

Poetry:’ Chandrabhaga 6, 1981.

4. REUBEN, ELIZABETH. The Presence of the Past: The Sense of Time in the Poetry of A.

K. Ramanujan Journal of Indian Writing in English.17.1.1989.

Das, Kamala

1. KOHLI, DEVINDRA. Kamala Das. New Delhi: Arnold –Heinemann, 1975.

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2. Rahaman, Anisur. Expressive Form in the Poetry of Kamala Das .New Delhi: Abhinav

Pubications, 1989.

3. RADHA, K. Kamala Das. Madras: Macmillan India, 1987.

5. DWIVEDI, A.N. Kamala das and Her Poetry Delhi: Doaba House, 1983.

6. KULSHRESHTHA, CHIRANTAN, ed Contemporary Indian –English Verse: An

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Gieve Patel

1. NABAR, VRINDA. “Gieve Patel: Poet as Clinician of Feelings “The Indian Liteary Review.

3.3. 1985.

2. SAHA SUBHAS. Gieve Patel On Killing a Tree: An Analysis: in DAS, BLJAY KUMAR, ed.

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4. SARMA, M.N. The Ambiguous Fate of Being Human: The Poetry of Gieve Patel

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Amanuddin, Syed

1. DWIVEDI, A.N. Syed Amanuddin: His Mind and Art. New Delhi: Sterling, 1988.

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Prakash Book Depot, 1984.

3. YASEEN, MOHAMMED. “Syed Ameeruddin’s Poetry: A Critical Appraisal” in DWIVEDI,

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Honnalgere, Gopal

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Recommended Reading:

1. Booth,James, Writers and Politics in Nigeria, London, Hodder and Stoughton,1981.

2. Brown, Lloyd,West Indian Poetry, Boston, Twayne, 1978.Brydon, Diana and Tiffin,

Helen, eds.

3. Decolonising Fichian, AARHUS, Dangaroo, 1992.

4. Coetzee, J.M.White Writing on the Culture of Letters in South Africa, Johansburg,

Radix, 1988.

5. Gilroy, Paul, The Black Atlantic, Modernity and Double,Consciousness,London and

New York Verso,1993.

6. .Harri’s Wilson, The Womb of Space, The Cross-Culture Imagination, Westport, Conn.,

Greenwood,1983.

7. King Bruce, West Indian Literatures, London Macmillan, 1980.

8. King Bruce, The New English Literatures, London Macmillan, 1979.

9. Ramchand, Kenneth, An Introduction to the Study of west Indian Literatures, London,

Nelson, 1976.

10. Soyinka, Wole,Myth,Literature and the African World, Cambridge, Cambridge

University Press.

11. Moor, Gerald, The Chosen Tongue, English Writing in the Tropical World

(Harlow, Longman, 1969).

12. Ngugi Wan Thiong’o,Decolonising the Mind Heinemann,1986.

13. Nkusi, Lewis,Home and Exile Harlow, Longman,1983.

14. Walsh, William, Commonwealth Litrature, Oxford, UP, 1973.

15. Bill Asheriff,Gareth Griffiths and Helen Tiffin, The Empire strikes, Back Theory and

Practice in Post-colonial Literatures,1989,London,Routledge.

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16. Hutcheon Linda, The Canadian Postmodern, A study of Contemporary English Canadian

Fiction, Toronto OUP, 1988.

17. Keith W.J., Canadian Literature in English, London, Longman, 1985.

18. New,W.H. A History of Canadian Literature, London, Macmillan, 1989.

19. Toye Willam ed. The Oxford Companion to Canadian Literature Toronto, OUP, 1983,

Wilde,William H. Hooton Joy.

20. Atwood, Manager, Survival, a Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature, Toronto, Anansi,

1972.

21. Ojinmah,Umelo, With Ihimaera A Changing Vision( Dunedin, University of Otago

Press,1993).Woodcock, George.

22. The World of Canadian Writing, Critiques and Recollections Vancouver Danglas and me

Dntyro, 1980.

23. Klinck. History of Canadian Literature.

24. Marshall Tom, Harsh and Lovely Land, the University of British Columbia, 1979.

25. Pacey, Desmond, Power above Power, 4 Essays, Canadian Literature in English, Mysore,

The Centre for Commonwealth Literature and Research, 1979.

26. Mcauley James (1975), ‘A Map of Australian Verse’ Oxoford Uni.Press, Melbourne

 

 


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