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From: Ariel[(essay date July-October 2002) In the essay below, Wehrs speculates on the significance of the epigraph to In Custody, which is comprised of a passage from William Wordsworth's poem "Rob Roy." Wehrs relates Wordsworth's...
From: Imagining India[(essay date 1989) In the essay below, Cronin examines Desai's treatment of India and Indian life and culture in such works as The Village by the Sea, Fire on the Mountain, and Clear Light of Day.] `Quiet writing, like...
From: Alternative Indias: Writing, Nation and Communalism[(essay date February 2002) In this essay, first presented as a paper in February 2002, Yaqin provides a history of Urdu in India, questioning the validity of Desai's nostalgic outlook on the language in her novel In...
From: Counterrealism and Indo-Anglian Fiction[(essay date 2002) In the following essay, Kanaganayakam surveys Desai's novels, describing the author's technique as one that commingles the real and the symbolic.] Anita Desai's novel Baumgartner's Bombay concludes...
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