Religion in Literature and Film in South Asia

Religion in Literature and Film in South Asia

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qThis volume contributes to our understanding of the links between relations in society in the distant past, which has survived in the form of myth, and its connection with modern ideas concerning two major social spheres - gender and politics. It is a representative international project whose participants belong to academic institutions in India, Europe, Canada, and the U.S ...It is a solid work on an important theme that contributes to general areas of humanitarian studies as well as to South Asia Studies. The religious/mythological, political, bio-social (gender), and cultural dimensions, in which the basic ideas that bring the contributions together have been presented, speak for the originality of the work.q - Tatiana Oranskaia, University of Hamburg.It is not by chance that Amrita Bharatia#39;s autobiographical essay is entitled a€œApne Tahata€ (a€œUnderneath myselfa€). Bharati 1992: 47a€“49. ... (a€œThe lonely dream-tree, a€ ibid.: 33), a€œUskAp I„ nAp I„nd ... My literal translation aims to ensure that a€œmomenta€ is not missing from the English as it is significant in the Hindi text. a€œAge-moment, a€ ibid.

Title:Religion in Literature and Film in South Asia
Author:Diana Dimitrova
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2010-02-16


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