Literary historiography

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Prof. Velcheru Narayana Rao
This is the second of the six lectures delivered by Prof. Velcheru Narayana Rao as part of the Nauras lecture series held at Bangalore International Centre, Bengaluru, May 2019. I will begin with a story you all know. If you are bored by this story you know so well, forgive me for a few minutes.…
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Question: Where do you think the relevance of Comparative Literature lies vis-a-vis the socio-cultural context of India? Rizio Yohannan Raj: Modern India as an integrated socio-cultural entity is a fantasy that we are still desperately attempting to negotiate. We must wake up to the fact that our…
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Ipshita Chanda
The literary work is a deliberate creation of language which addresses readers through different formal configurations, which we call genres. Every work is oriented towards the reader/addressee through a particular arrangement of thematic and generic conventions which form the mode of address and…
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