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Indian Literature in English-Lecture 09 Notes-Literature

Indian Literature In English

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Indian Literature in English-Lecture 09 Notes-Literature-Christoph Reinfandt Globalising India, Terror, the Postcolonial Exotic, Global Terrorism, Globalized Fiction, Vikram Chandra, , Salman Rushdie, Shalimar the Clown, Kiran Nagarkar, God’s Little Soldier, Paradise Pickles , Inheritance of Loss, God of Small Things, Rana Dasgupta, Tokyo Cancelled
Indian Literature in English-Lecture 09 Notes-Literature-Christoph Reinfandt Globalising India, Terror, the Postcolonial Exotic, Global Terrorism, Globalized Fiction, Vikram Chandra, , Salman Rushdie, Shalimar the Clown, Kiran Nagarkar, God’s Little Soldier, Paradise Pickles , Inheritance of Loss, God of Small Things, Rana Dasgupta, Tokyo Cancelled
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INDIAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH: AN INTRODUCTION SS 2008 PROF. DR. C. REINFANDT UNIVERSITÄT TÜBINGEN ___________________________________________________________________________ Indian Literature in English: An Introduction Lecture 9: Globalising India: Terror and the Postcolonial Exotic 1) Visions of Global Terrorism (Rushdie/Nagarkar) 2) The Postcolonial Exotic?! (Roy/K. Desai) 3) A Truly Globalized Fiction (Dasgupta) 1) Visions of Global Terrorism > Vikram Chandra, Sacred Games (2006) > Salman Rushdie, Shalimar the Clown (2005) > Kiran Nagarkar, God’s Little Soldier (2006) Shalimar the Clown: Maximilian Ophuls – Boonyi (Bhoomi) Kaul – Noman Sher Noman India Ophuls Part 1: India [Los Angeles, 1991] Part 2: Boonyi [Pachigam, Kashmir] Part 3: Max [Strasbourg>Paris>London>US (>India)] Part 4: Shalimar the Clown [Kashmir>Pakistan>Afghanistan>US] Part 5: Kashmira [Los Angeles, 1991ff.] “There was no India. There was only Kashmira, and Shalimar the Clown.” ____________________..

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