Role of Language, Literature and Culture in Nation Building: Essays in the Construction of Political Reality, Edited by Sandip Sarkar, Shashikanta Tarai, and Anoop Kumar Tiwari

Edited by Sandip Sarkar, Shashikanta Tarai, and Anoop Kumar Tiwari

From the Introduction (pg. 1):
This editorial volume offers an interdisciplinary approach of conceptualizing thematic-theoretical notions covering the cross-cultural, linguistics and literary roots of nationalism and nation-states.

Table of Contents

Introduction - The Role of Language, Literature and Culture in Nation Building
Chapter 1 Literature, Nation, and Nationalism: The Co-production of Intertwined Realities,
by Harshana Rambukwella
Chapter 2 Role of Flipside Society in Nation Building: A Study on the Condition of the Kashmiris in Munnu:
A Boy from Kashmir

by Manjula S. & Sangeeta Mukherjee
Chapter 3 Critiquing the Curious Clash of Nationalism and Nativism in Bhisham Sahani's Tamas
by Saikat Majumdar & Sandip Sarkar
Chapter 4 Co-evolution of Language, Culture and Nationalism:Evidence from Theoretic and Applied
by Roopak Kumar, Anbu Savekar & S. Tarai
Chapter 5 Literature and History: Retrospecting the Liberation War on Bangladesh through Tahmima Anam's
A Golden Age
by Krupali Parekh & Urvashi Kaushal
Chapter 6 National Heroes in Children's Literature: Interpreting the Significance of Amar Chitra Katha
in Nation Building
by Chandni Sengupta
Chapter 7 Sunset and Sunrise at Kanchenjunga: Reading Kiran Desai's Inheritance of Loss from
Postmodern Lenses
by Madhusmita Pati
Chapter 8 Narrating Nationhood through Female Mouthpieces: A Critique of Select Bollywood Films
by V. K. Karthika
Chapter 9 Imaging Nation and National Culture in a Diasporic World: Bollywood Films as a Foundational
Source of Soft Power
by Rashmi Singh
Chapter 10 Rashtrakavi Ramdhari Singh Dinkar: A Whistle Blower of the National Consciousness
Movement in India
by Nirmala Tiwari & Anoop Kr. Tiwari
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