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- Kurzbeschreibung"Arnapurna has produced a fine piece of original, scholarly research which demonstrates an exceptionally clear and fluid writing style that makes for agreeable reading. What is especially impressive is the way she establishes, maintains, and adheres to a precise focus and twofold line of reasoning from the very beginning to the very end. Her general objective is to open up new theoretical ways of thinking about Mikhaïl Bakhtin's chronotope as a form of dialogism and to study subgenres in the novels of Amitav Ghosh.Rath demonstrates a solid mastery and understanding of the complexity of Bakhtin's major works. Rath's theoretical considerations conclude with a stimulating discussion of the postcolonial chronotope and a contrast between the chronotopic visions of Rushdie and Bakhtin, as well as a convincing justification for the decision to explore the novels of A. Ghosh in light of the chronotope." -- Prof. Clive Thomson, Director, School of Language and Literature, University of Guelph, Canada
- AutorDr. Arnapurna Rath
- VerlagLAP Lambert Academic Publishing
- Seiten312 Seiten
- Gewicht430 g
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