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South Asian Literature References

General Bibiography on South Asian Literature and Culture

Ulka Anjaria, ed. A History of the Indian Novel in English (Cambridge UP, 2015)

--------------, Realism in the Twentieth-Century Indian Novel: Colonial Difference and Literary Form (Cambridge University Press, 2012)

Deepika Bahri, Native Intelligence: Aesthetics, Politics, and Postcolonial Literature (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota P., 2003)

Meenakshi Bharat, Troubled Testimonies: Terrorism and the English Novel in India (2016)

Elleke Boehmer and Rosinka Chaudhuri, eds. The Indian Postcolonial: A Critical Reader (London; New York: Routledge, 2011)

Mrinalini Chakravorty, In Stereotype: South Asia in the Global Literary Imaginary (Columbia University Press, 2014)

Elizabeth Jackson, Feminism and Contemporary Indian Women’s Writing (London; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)

Pranav Jani, Decentering Rushdie (Ohio University Press)

Toral Jatin Gajarawala, Untouchable Fictions: Literary Realism and the Crisis of Caste (Fordham University Press, 2012)

Ghosh, Bishnupriya, When Borne Across: Literary Cosmopolitics in the Contemporary Indian Novel (New Brunswick and London: Rutgers University Press, 2004)

Gopal, Priyamvada. The Indian English Novel: Nation, History, and Narration (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009)

Priya Joshi, In Another Country: Colonialism, Culture and the English Novel in India (Columbia University Press, 2002)

Tabish Khair, Babu Fictions: Alienation in Indian English Novels (Oxford University Press, 2001)

--------------, “Redefining Indian Writing in English”, Postliberalization Indian Novels in English (London; New York: Anthem Press, 2013) xi-xiv.

Satya P. Mohanty, ed. Colonialism, Modernity, Literature: A View from India (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)

Meenakshi Mukherjee, The Perishable Empire: Essays on Indian Writing in English (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000)

-------------------------, “The Anxiety of Indianness: Our Novels in English”, Economic and Political Weekly 28(48): 1993, 2607-2611.

Upamanyu Pablo Mukherjee, Postcolonial Environment: Nature, Culture and the Contemporary Indian Novel in English (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)

Rukmini Bhaya Nair, “Bringing English into the 21st century: A view from India”, International Journal of Language, Translation and Intercultural Communication 1(1): 2012, 103-122

Alastair Niven, “India and Its Cities through the Eyes of Its Writers”, The Palgrave Handbook of Literature and the City (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)

Rashmi Sadana, English Heart, Hindi Heartland: The Political Life of Literature in India (University of California Press, 2012)

Snehal Shinghavi, The Mahatma Misunderstood: The Politics and Forms of Literary Nationalism in India (Anthem, 2013)

Anis Shivani, "Indo-Anglian Fiction: The New Orientalism". Race and Class 47, 4 (2006)

E. Dawson Varughese, Reading New India: Post-Millennial Indian Fiction in English (Bloomsbury, 2014)

Partition Narratives

Alok Bhalla, ‘Memory, History and Fictional Representation of the Partition’, Economic and Political Weekly, October 30, 1999, pp. 3119-28.

Chand, Sarvar V. Sherry. "Manto's "Open It": Engendering Partition Narratives." Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 41, no. 4, 2006, pp. 308-310.

Chattha, Ilyas. Revisiting India's Partition; New Essay on Memory Culture and Politics. Lexington Books, 2016.

Kavita Daiya, Violent Belongings: Partition, Gender andNational Culture in Postcolonial India (Philiadelphia: Temple University Press, 2008).

Rosemary Marangoly George. “(Extra)Ordinary Violence: National Literatures, Diasporic Aesthetics, and the Politics of Gender in South Asian Partition Fiction.” Signs 33.1 (2007): 135–158.

---------------------------------. “Partition Fiction and the ‘Birth’ Of National Literature.” Indian English and the Fiction of National Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. 173-202

Vishwajyoti Ghosh, ed. This Side, That Side: Restorying Partition (An Anthology of Graphic Narratives) (New Delhi: Yoda Press, 2013).

Hasan, Mushirul. “Partition: The Human Cost.” History Today, Sept. 1997, vol. 47, no. 9, pp. 47-53.

Jauch, Michael. “Witnessing Violence: Perspectives of Sa’adat Hasan Manto’s ‘Khol Do’ and Rajinder SinghBedi’s ‘Lajvanti’.” The Annual of Urdu Studies (2007): 189-202. Web. 27 Dec. 2017.

Joshi, Sasha. “The World of Sa'adat Hassan Manto.” The Annual of Urdu Studies (2013): 141- 153.

Ananya Jahanara Kabir, Partition's Post-Amnesias: 1947, 1971 and Modern South Asia (Women Unlimited, 2013)

Suvir Kaul, The Partitions of Memory: the Afterlife of the Division of India (Permanent Black, 2001)

Menon, Ritu and Kamla Bhasin. “Recovery, Rupture. Resistance: Indian State and Abduction of Women during Partition.” Economic and Political Weekly 28.17 (1993).

Mookerjea-Leonard, Debali. “Geographies of Belonging, Home and the Persistence of Memory”. Literature, Gender and the Trauma of Partition. Routledge, 2017

Rumi, Raza. “Reclaiming Humanity: Women in Manto's Short Stories.” Social Scientist 40.11 (2012): 75-86.

Saint, Tarun K. “The Long Shadow of Manto's Partition Narratives: ‘Fictive’ Testimony to Historical Trauma.” Social Scientist 40.11 (2012): 53–62.

Scott, Bede. “Partitioning Bodies.” Interventions: The International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 11.1 (2009): 35-49.

Singh, Sujala. “Nationalism’s Brandings: Women’s Bodies and Narratives of the Partition.” Comparing Postcolonial Literatures. Ed. Ashok Bery and Patricia Murray. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2000. 122-133.


Arvind Adiga, The White Tiger

Ulka Anjaria, "Realist Hieroglyphics: Arvind Adiga and the New Social Novel". MFS Modern Fiction Studies Vol 61, No. 1, 2015: 114-137.

Anwer, Megha. ‘Tigers of an-other jungle: Adiga’s tryst with subaltern politics’. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, Volume 50, 2014 - Issue 3, Pages 304-315.

Ines Detmers, "New India? New Metropolis? Reading Aravind Adiga's The White Tiger as a "condition-of-India-novel". Journal of Postcolonial Writing Vol 47 (5), 2011.

Toral Gajarawala, "The Last and the First". Economic and Political Weekly. Vol 44, No. 50 (December 12-18, 2009): 21-23.

RBH Goh, "Narrating 'dark' India in Londonstani and The White Tiger: Sustaining identity in the diaspora". Journal of Commonwealth Literature 46, 2011: 327-344.

Jeffries, Stuart. Interview with Aravind Adiga. The Guardian, 16 October 2008

Betty Joseph, "Neoliberalism and Allegory". Cultural Critique Vol. 82, Fall 2012: 68-94.

Khar, Lena. ‘Can the Subaltern Right Wrongs?: Human Rights and Development in Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger’. South Central Review, vol. 29, no. 1, 2012, pp. 41-67.

Kumar, Amitava. ‘Viewpoint’. The Hindu. Literary Review. 2 November 2008, pp. 1-2.

Lochner, Liani. ‘The Politics of Precarity: Contesting Neoliberalism's Subjects in Aravind Adiga's The White Tiger’. English Academy Review Vol. 31 , Iss. 2, pp. 35-48.

Sankha Maji. "The Subaltern Can Speak: A Study of Arvind Adiga’s The White Tiger." The International Journal of Applied Research, vol. 1 no. 8, 2015, pp.351-352

Ana Cristina Mendes, "Exciting Tales of Exotic Dark India: Aravind Adiga's The White Tiger. Journal of Commonwealth Literature Vol. 45 (2), 2010: 275-293.

Upmanyu Pablo Mukherjee, ‘’Which Colony? Which Block?’: Violence, (Post-) Colonial Urban Planning and the Indian Novel’. A History of the Indian Novel in English, edited by Anjaria Ulka, Cambridge University Press, 2015, pp. 282-295.

Swaralipi, Nandi, "Narrative Ambiguity and the Neoliberal Bildungsroman in Aravind Adiga's The White Tiger." Journal of Narrative Theory, vol. 47 no. 2, 2017, pp. 276-301.

P. Suneetha, "Double Vision in Aravind Adiga's The White Tiger". Ariel: A Review of International English Literature. Vol 42, no. 2, 2012: 163-175.

Pais, Arthur. Interview with Aravind Adiga. Rediff India Abroad, 2 May 2008

Pandey, Anjali. “Outsourcing English: Liberty, Linguistic Lust, and Loathing in Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger.Monolingualism and Linguistic Exhibitionism in Fiction. Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2016.

Sebastian, A.J. ‘Poor-Rich Divide in Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger’. Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences, vol. 1, no. 2, 2009, pp. 229-245.

Shingavi, Snehal. ‘Capitalism, Caste, and Con-Games in Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger’. Postcolonial Text, Vol 9, No 3, 2014.

Sundhya Walther, "Fables of the Tiger Economy: Species and Subalternity in Arvind Adiga's The White Tiger. MFS: Modern Fiction Studies Vol. 60, No. 3, Fall 2014: 579-598.

Suneetha, P. ‘Double Vision in Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger’. Ariel: A Review of International English Literature, vol. 42, no. 2, 2012, pp. 163-175.

Amitav Ghosh, The Hungry Tide

Anand, Divya. ‘Words on Water: Nature and Agency in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide’. Concentric.

Barras, Arnaud. ‘The Aesthetics of the Tide: The Ecosystem as Matrix for Transculturation in Amitav
Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide’. Transculturation and Aesthetics: Ambivalence, Power, and Literature. Ed.
Joel Kuortti (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2015): 171-86.

Burton, Antoinette. ‘Amitav Ghosh’s World Histories from Below’. History of the Present 2.1 (2012): 71-77.

Chaudhuri, Supriya. ‘Translating Loss: Place and Language in Amitav Ghosh and Salman Rushdie’. Études
Anglaises 62.3 (2009): 266-79. (The Hungry Tide, Shalimar the Clown)

Cheah, Pheng. ‘World Heritage Preservation and the Expropriation of Subaltern Worlds’. What is a World?
On Postcolonial Literature as World Literature (Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2016):
246-77.

Dawson, Ashley. ‘Another Country: The Postcolonial State, Environmentality, and Landless People’s
Movements’. Democracy, States, and the Struggle for Global Justice. Eds. Heather Gautney, Omar
Dahbour, Ashley Dawson, and Neil Smith (New York: Routledge, 2009): 235-50.

Dutta, Nandana. ‘Subaltern Geoaesthetics in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide’. Commonwealth 39.1 (2016):
35-45.

Fletcher, Lisa. ‘Reading the Postcolonial Island in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide’. Island Studies Journal
6.1 (2011): 3-16.

Ghosh, Tapan Kumar and Prashanta Bhattacharya, eds. In Pursuit of Amitav Ghosh: Some Recent Readings
(New Delhi: Orient Blackswan, 2013).

Girardin, Cécile. ‘The Inheritance of Modernity: Insurgencies in Contemporary Indian Fiction’. Études
Anglaises 62.3 (2009): 292-304. (The Hungry Tide)

Goh, Robbie B.H. ‘The Overseas Indian and the Political Economy of the Body in Aravind Adiga’s The White
Tiger and Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide’. Journal of Commonwealth Literature 47.3 (2012): 341-
56.
Hasan, Nazia. ‘Tracing the Strong Green Streaks in the Novels of Amitav Ghosh: An Eco-Critical Reading’.
Indian Literature 57.1 (2013): 182-93.

Hawley, John C. Amitav Ghosh: An Introduction (Delhi: Foundation Books, 2005).

Jain, Jasbir, ed. Crossing Borders: Post 1980 Subcontinental Writing in English (Jaipur and New Delhi: Rawat
Publications, 2009).

Jaising, Shakti. ‘Fixity Amid Flux: Aesthetics and Environmentalism in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide’.
Ariel 46.4 (2015): 63-88.

Johansen, Emily. ‘Imagining the Global and the Rural: Rural Cosmopolitanism in Sharon Butala’s The Garden
of Eden and Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide’. 4.3 (2008): 1-18.

Khan, Nyla Ali. The Fiction of Nationality in an Era of Transnationalism (London and New York: Routledge,
2005).
Loh, Lucienne. ‘A Distinctly Uncosmopolitan Present: The Postcolonial Rural in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry
Tide and Mahasweta Devi’s Imaginary Maps’. The Postcolonial Country in Contemporary Literature
(Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2013): 145-77.

Mohan, Anupama. Utopia and the Village in South Asian Literatures (London: Palgrave, 2012).

Mondal, Anshuman. Amitav Ghosh (Manchester: University of Manchester Press, 2007).

Mukherjee, Upamanyu Pablo. ‘Surfing the Second Waves: Amitav Ghosh’s Tide Country’. New Formations
59 (2006): 144-57.
--------. ‘Water/Land: Amitav Ghosh’. Postcolonial Environments: Nature, Culture and the Contemporary
Indian Novel in English (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2010): 108-33.
Murphy, Patrick D. ‘Community Resilience and the Cosmopolitan Role in the Environmental Challenge-
Response Novels of Ghosh, Grace, and Sinha’. Comparative Literature Studies 50.1 (2013): 148-68.

Nayar, Pramod K. ‘The Postcolonial Uncanny: The Politics of Dispossession in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry
Tide’. College Literature 37.4 (2010): 88-119.

Pulugurtha, Nishi. ‘Refugees, Settlers, and Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide’. Local Natures, Global
Responsibilities: Ecocritical Perspectives on the New English Literatures. Eds. Laurenz Volkmann,
Nancy Grimm, Ines Detmers, and Katrin Thomson (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2010): 81-89.

Rath, Anapurna and Milind Malse, ‘Chronotopes of “Places” and “Non-places”: Ecopoetics of Amitav
Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide’. Asiatic 4.2 (2010): 14-33.

Revathi, K., John C. Hawley and I. Grewal, ‘Amitav Ghosh: Cosmpolitanisms, Literature,
Transculturalisms’. The Postcolonial and the Global. Eds. K. Revathi and J.C. Hawley (Minneapolis:
University of Minnesota Press, 2008): 178-90.
Rollason, Christopher. ‘”In Our Translated World”: Transcultural Communication in Amitav Ghosh’s The
Hungry Tide’. The Atlantic Literary Review 6.1-2 (2006): 86-107.
Roy, Anjali Gera. ‘Ordinary People on the Move: Subaltern Cosmopolitans in Amitav Ghosh’s Writings’.
Asiatic 6.1 (2012): 32-46.
Sankaran, Chitra, ed. History, Narrative, and Testimony in Amitav Ghosh’s Fiction (Albany: State University
of New York Press, 2012).

Sen, Malcolm. ‘Spatial Justice: The Ecological Imperative and Postcolonial Development’. Journal of
Postcolonial Writing 45.4 (2009): 365-77.

Sharma, K.C. Amitav Ghosh: A Critical Study (Delhi: Ankit Publishing House, 2013).

Sherry, Simon. ‘The Translator in the Plot of Cultural Theory: Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide’. Journal of
Translation Studies 9.1 (2006): 125-44.
Som, Bipasha and Saswat S. Das. ‘The Taking Place of Language’: Contemporizing the Debate about the
Representation of Nation within Bhasa Writing and Indian Writing in English (Oxford: Peter Lang,
2013).
Thieme, John. ‘Out of Place? The Poetics of Space in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide and Michael
Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost’. Commonwealth 31.2 (2009): 32-43.
Tomsky, Terri. ‘Amitav Ghosh’s Anxious Witnessing and the Ethics of Action in The Hungry Tide’. Journal of
Commonwealth Literature 44.1 (2009): 54-56.
Venkateswarlu, Y. The Fictional World of Amitav Ghosh: Truth, History and Politics (New Delhi: Prestige
Books, 2014).
Vescovi, Alessandro. ‘Fear and Ethics in the Sundarbans: Anthropology in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide’.
Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 7.1 (2014):
Weihsin Gui. ‘Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide and Critical Realism in Contemporary World Literature’.
Agora (2008).
White, Laura A. ‘Novel Vision: Seeing the Sundarbans through Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide’. ISLE:
Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 20.3 (2013).

Interviews

‘“The Absolute Essentialness of Conversations”: A Discussion with Amitav Ghosh’ (Claire Chambers).
Journal of Postcolonial Writing 41.1 (2005): 26-39.
‘“Postcolonial” Describes You as a Negative’: An Interview with Amitav Ghosh (T. Vijay Kumar).
Interventions 9.1 (2007): 99-105.
‘Amitav Ghosh in Conversation’ (Alessandro Vescovi). Ariel 40.4 (2009): 129-41.
Interview. History of the Present 2.1 (2012).
‘Diasporic Predicaments” An Interview with Amitav Ghosh’ (Chitra Sankaran). History, Narrative and
Testimony in Amitav Ghosh’s Fiction. Ed. Chitra Sankaran (Albany: State University of New York
Press, 2012): 1-16.
‘Networks and Traces: An Interview with Amitav Ghosh’. Wasafiri 27.2 (2012): 30-35. (Elleke Boehmer and
Anshuman Mondal)

Ancillary (to The Hungry Tide)

Jalais, Annu. ‘Dwelling on Morichjhanpi: When Tigers Became “Citizens”, Refugees “Tiger-Food”’.
Economic and Political Weekly 23 April 2005: 1757-62.
--------. Forest of Tigers: People, Politics and Environment in the Sundarbans (London: Routledge, 2010).
Mallick, Ross. ‘Refugee Resettlement in Forest Reserves: West Bengal Policy Reversal and the Marichjhanpi
Massacre’. Journal of Asian Studies 58 (1999): 104-12.

Vishwajyoti Ghosh, Delhi Calm

Baishya, Amit R. “‘Stuck at Pause’ Representations of the Comatose City in Delhi Calm.” Postcolonial Urban Outcasts: CIty Margins in South Asian Literature, Eds. Madhurima Chakraborty and Umme Al-Wazedi. Routledge: 2017, New York.

Corey K. Creekmur, "The Indian Graphic Novel", in Binita Mehta and Pia Mukherji, eds. Postcolonial Comics: Texts, Events, Identities (Routledge, 2015)

Pramod K. Nayar, The Indian Graphic Novel: Nation, History and Critique (Routledge, 2016)

-------------------, "Postcolonial Demographics: Traumatic Realism in Vishwajyoti Ghosh's Delhi Calm". In Binita Mehta and Pia Mukherji, eds. Postcolonial Comics: Texts, Events, Identities (Routledge, 2015)

Sakshi Wason, "The (De)gendered Role of 'Moon' in Vishwajyoti Ghosh's Delhi Calm. Indian Journal of Gender Studies August 1, 2017.

Arundhati Roy, The God of Small Things

Ahmad, Aijaz. ‘Reading Arundhati Roy Politically’. Frontline (August 8-21, 1997): 103-8.

Anker, Elizabeth S. ‘Arundhati Roy’s “Return to the Things Themselves”: Phenomenology and the Challenge of Justice’. Fictions of Dignity: Embodying Human Rights in World Literature (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2012)

Bahri, Deepika. ‘Geography Is Not History: The Storyteller in the Age of Globalization’. Native Intelligence: Aesthetics, Politics, and Postcolonial Literature (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota P., 2003): 200- 46.

Balvannanadhan, Aida. ‘Re-Membering Personal History in The God of Small Things’. Commonwealth: Essays and Studies 25.1 (2002): 97-106.

Baneth-Nouailhetas, Emilienne. The God of Small Things: Arundhati Roy (Paris: Armand Colin/CNED, 2002).

Benoit, Madhu. ‘Circular Time: A Study of Narrative Techniques in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Journal of Postcolonial Writing 38.1 (1999): 98-106.

Boehmer, Elleke. ‘East is East and South is South: The Cases of Sarojini Naidu and Arundhati Roy’. Woman 11.1-2 (2000): 61-70.

Bose, Brinda. ‘In Desire and Death: Eroticism as Politics in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Ariel 29.1 (1998): 59-72.

Campbell-Hall, Devon. ‘Dangerous Artisans: Anarchic Labour in Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient and Anil’s Ghost and Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Journal of Postcolonial Writing 40.1 (2001): 42-55.

Casey, Rose. ‘Possessive Politics and Improper Aesthetics: Property Rights and Female Dispossession in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Novel 48.3 (2015): 381-99.

Chae, Youngsuk. ‘Postcolonial Ecofeminism in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Journal of Postcolonial Writing 51.5 (2015): 519-30.

Chanda, Tirthankar. ‘Sexual/Textual Strategies in The God of Small Things’. Commonwealth: Essays and Studies 20 (1997): 38-44.

Elisha Cohn, “Radical Aesthetics: Arundhati Roy’s Ecology of Style”, ARIEL, 2009, 40.2: 161-181

Dhawan, R.K., ed. Arundhati Roy: Novelist Extraordinaire (New Delhi: Prestige, 1999).

Draga Alexandru, Maria-Sabina. ‘Performative Symbols and Structures in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Commonwealth: Essays and Studies 31.2 (2009): 68-77.

Durix, Carole and Jean-Pierre Durix, eds. Reading Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things (Dijon: Éditions Universitaires de Dijon, 2002).

Fox, L. Chris. ‘A Martyrology of the Abject: Witnessing and Trauma in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Ariel 33.3-4 (2002): 35-60.

Freed, Joanne Lipson. ‘The Ethics of Identification: The Global Circulation of Traumatic Narrative in Silko’s Ceremony and Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Comparative Literature Studies 48.2 (2011): 219-40.

Ghosh, Bishnupriya. When Borne Across: Literary Cosmopolitics in the Contemporary Indian Novel (New Brunswick and London: Rutgers University Press, 2004): esp. 108-19.

Ghosh, Ranjan and Antonia Navarro-Tejero, eds. Globalizing Dissent: Essays on Arundhati Roy (London and New York: Routledge, 2008).

Gopal, Priyamvada. ‘Of “Small Things”’. The Indian English Novel: Nation, History, and Narration (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009): 155-59.

Gqola, Pumla Dineo. ‘“History Was Wrong-Footed, Caught Off Guard”: Gendered Caste, Class and Manipulation in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Commonwealth Essays and Studies 26.2 (2004): 107-19.

Harish, Ranjana. ‘Her Body Was Her Own: A Feminist Note on Ammu’s Female Estate’. Explorations: Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things. Eds. Indira Bhatt and Indira Nityanandam (New Delhi: Creative, 1999): 42-50.

Herrick, Margaret. ‘New Ways of Thinking Recovery from Trauma in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things and Two Other South Indian Narratives of Caste-Based Atrocity’. Interventions 19.4 (2017): 583-98.

Jani, Pranav. ‘“Naaley. Tomorrow.” Suffering and Redemption in The God of Small Things’. Decentering Rushdie: Cosmopolitanism and the Indian Novel in English (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2010): 191-232.

Jha, Surendra Narayan. ‘Dreams Re-Dreamed: A Study of Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Indian Women Writers. Ed. R.K. Dhawan (New Delhi: Prestige Books, 2001): 158-71.

Kanaganayakam, Chelva. ‘Religious Myth and Subversion in The God of Small Things’. Literary Canons and Religious Identity. Eds. Erik Borgman, Bart Philipsen and Lea Verstricht (Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing 2004): 141-49.

Karttunen, Laura. ‘A Sociostylistic Perspective on Negatives and the Disnarrated: Lahiri, Roy, Rushdie’. Partial Answers 6.2 (2008): 419-41.

Khair, Tabish. Babu Fictions: Alienation in Contemporary Indian English Novels (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001): 141-46.

Kinsky-Ehritt, Andrea. ‘Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Identities and Minorities. Eds. Peter Drexler and Andrea Kinsky-Ehritt (Berlin: Trafo, 2003): 99-122.

Lane, Richard J. ‘The Optical Unconscious: Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. The Postcolonial Novel (Cambridge: Polity, 2006): 97-108.

Lanone, Catherine. ‘Seeing the World through Red-Coloured Glasses: Desire and Death in The God of Small Things’. Reading Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things. Eds. Carole Durix and Jean-Pierre Durix (Dijon: Éditions Universitaires de Dijon, 2002): 125-44.

Lemaster, Tracy. ‘Influence and Intertextuality in Arundhati Roy and Harper Lee’. Modern Fiction Studies 56.4 (2010): 788-814.

Lobnik, Mirja. ‘Sounding Ecologies in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Modern Fiction Studies 62.1 (2016): 115-35.

Lutz, John. ‘Commodity Fetishism, Patriarchal Repression, and Psychic Deprivation in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Mosaic 42.3 (2009): 57-74.

Maiti, Prasenjit. ‘History and Counterhistory: Reading Novels, Reading Politics: Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Indian Women Writers. Ed. R.K. Dhawan (New Delhi: Prestige Books, 2001): 145-57.

Marsh, Kelly A. The Submerged Plot and the Mother’s Pleasure: From Jane Austen to Arundhati Roy (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2016).

Menozzi, Filippo. Postcolonial Custodianship: Cultural and Literary Inheritance (London: Routledge, 2014).

Mody, Naman. ‘Author-Activism: Philosophy of Dissent in the Writings of Arundhati Roy’. Asiatic 7.1 (2013): 56-72.

Mukherjee, A.K. ‘Dark of Heartness Tiptoed into the Heart of Darkness: Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Indian Women Writers. Ed. R.K. Dhawan (New Delhi: Prestige Books, 2001): 194-200.

Mukherjee, Upamanyu Pablo. ‘The River and the Dance: Arundhati Roy’. Postcolonial Environments: Nature, Culture & the Contemporary Indian Novel in English (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2010): 82-107.

--------. ‘Arundhati Roy: Environment and Uneven Form’. Postcolonial Green. Eds. Boonie Roos and Alex Hunt (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2010): 7-31.

Mullaney, Julie. Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things: A Reader’s Guide (London: Continuum, 2002). --------. Globalizing Dissent? Arundhati Roy, Local and Postcolonial Feminisms in the Transnational Economy’. World Literature Written in English 40.1 (2002-03): 56-70.

Nandi, Miriam. ‘Longing for the Lost (M)other: Postcolonial Ambivalences in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Journal of Postcolonial Writing 46.2 (2010): 175-86.

Navarro-Tejero, Antonia. Gender and Caste in the Anglophone-Indian Novels of Arundhati Roy and Githa Hariharan: Feminist Issues in Cross-Cultural Perspectives (Lewiston: Edwin Mellen, 2005).

Needham, Anuradha Dingwaney. ‘“The Small Voice of History” in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Interventions 7.3 (2005): 369-91.

Ojha, Uday Shankar and Gajendra Kumar. ‘The God of Small Things: A Novel of Poetic Narratology and Lawrentian Ecstacy’. Indian Women Writers. Ed. R.K. Dhawan (New Delhi: Prestige Books, 2001): 210-17.

Oumhani, Cécile. ‘Hybridity and Transgression in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Commonwealth: Essays and Studies 22.2 (2000): 85-91.

Outka, Elizabeth. ‘Trauma and Temporal Hybridity in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Contemporary Literature 52.1 (2011): 21-53.

Pandey, K.M. ‘The Small God Made Big: Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things’. Indian Women Writers. Ed. R.K. Dhawan (New Delhi: Prestige Books, 2001): 172-79.

Pandey, Vipin Kumar and Punam Pandey. Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things: A Critical Exploration of Realism and Romance (Jaipur: Aadi Publications, 2012).

Pandit, Nizari. ‘Societal Oppression: A Study of The God of Small Things’. Explorations: Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things. Eds. Indira Bhatt & Indira Nityanandam (New Delhi: Creative, 1999): 168-77.

Patchay, Sheena. ‘Pickled Histories, Bottled Stories: Recuperative Narratives in The God of Small Things’. Journal of Literary Studies 17.3 (2001): 145-60.

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