UPDATE Indian Literature in Translation

full name / name of organization: 
Indian Literature in Translation
contact email: 
rpsingh.lu@gmail.com

Call for Paper on
Indian Literature in Translation
Contact Email: rpsingh.lu@gmail.com
The proposed book seeks to examine various aspects of Indian Literature in Translation with reference to the following:
1. Making of Indian Literature
2. Challenges before Indian Literature in Translation
3. Indian Poetry in Translation
4. Indian Novel in Translation
5. Indian Drama in Translation
6. Other Indian Genre in Translation
7. The Ramayana
8. The Mahabharata
9. Kalidas with special reference to Shakuntala
10. Jaishankar Prasad with special reference to Kamayani
11. Rabindra Nath Tagore with special reference to Gitanjali
12. Mohan Rakesh with special reference to Aadhe Adhure
13. Munshi Premchandra in general/with special reference to Godan/on any other text
14. Srilal Shukla in general/with special reference to Ragdarbari
15. U R Ananthamurthy in general/with special reference to Samskara
16. Qurratul-ain-Haider in general/with special reference to River of Fire
17. Ismat Chughtai
18. Saadat Hasan Manto
19. Panchatantra
20. Any other aspect

Full-text manuscripts between 3,000 and 8,000 words in MLA style (with parenthetical internal citations, a Works Cited page, minimal footnotes, and in Times New Roman 12-point font), should be emailed as Microsoft Word attachments to:

Dr R. P. Singh
Associate Professor of English
Department of English and
Modern European Languages
University of Lucknow
Lucknow - 226007, U P, INDIA
Cell : +91 94151 59137
Email : rpsingh.lu@gmail.com

Last Date for Full Paper: March,15, 2014.
Please include a one-paragraph bio with all manuscripts. Topic inquiries are welcome prior to full-text submission.

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