Social Tension in Modern Indian Literature and FIlm

Special issue of Archiv Orientalni 81:1 (2013)

[Archív Orientální, 81:1]  2013.  iv, 126 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
The Transformation of a Naga Prince Tale
Ruth Laila Schmidt
1–15
Narrating Gender: Tradition and Transgression in Tagore’s Fiction
Sanjukta Dasgupta
17–32
Witches and Rebels: Archaic Beliefs and Their Misuse by the Power Discourse (in selected Bengali texts)
Blanka Knotková-Čapková
33–47
Mahābhārata and Emergency: Girirāj Kiśor’s Play Prajā hī rahne do
Theo Damsteegt
49–66
“Gender Trouble” in the New Hindi Novel: The Ambiguous Writings on Womanhood in K. B. Vaid’s >Līlā and Mridula Garg’s Kathgulāb
Anne Castaing
67–88
What Can Indian Film Thrillers Tell the Viewer?
Dagmar Marková
89–101
Hey Ram! Oh God! Communal Riots and Religious Fundamentalism as Depicted in a Partition Film
Claudia Preckel
103–118
Book Reviews and Notes
R. Azhagarasan, Ravikumar (eds.). The Oxford India Anthology of Tamil Dalit Writing.
Reviewed by Pavel Hons
119–122
Our Contributors
123–124
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