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Recent Trends in English Literature and Language in India

Author(s) Sanjay Motiram Nandagawali
Country India
Abstract Literature is the mirror of society. Literature reflects the social, cultural, economic and historical life of human beings. Literature no longer remains limited to particular geographical, national or cultural circumstances. The recent trends in literature may be dangerous for the society or bring a new era in the field of writing in the future. The writers of pre- independence dealt mostly with subjects of nationalism and patriotism in their writings. Most of our writers are bi-lingual, some equally proficient in English and the mother tongue, and some more in one than in the other. In Literature there is an undeniable interrelationship between life, literature, thought and language. The early novels were the patriotic depictions of Indian, but with the advent of Indian Independence India grew out of her own streak of imperialism during the emergency and thus the Indian idiom began to change. The global concerns and shifting paradigms informing different art forms have transformed the nature and the understanding of literature. Now Indian English literature no longer remains limited to the writings necessarily of the “sons of the soil”. It has broadened the scope of fictional concerns of these writers from purely Indian to the global and transnational. Today Indian English as well as Indian writing in English has got its own identity these writers concentrate on different forms of life concerning various cultures.
Keywords Post-colonial- Dalit literature-political imperialism-diversity-Feminism
Field Arts
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-04-11
Cite This Recent Trends in English Literature and Language in India - Sanjay Motiram Nandagawali - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.16875
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