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AGES, MOVEMENTS AND LITERARY HISTORIES...... 4
FORMS OF LITERATURE AND
LITERARY ESSAYS.......................................................... 5
LITERARY CRITICISM ........................................................ 8
ALSO REFER ENGLISH LITERATURE—PROSE........... 8
GENERAL ENGLISH—LANGUAGE,
LINGUISTICS, GRAMMAR, ELT AND ESP .............. 11
DICTIONARIES AND BOOKS FOR RESEARCH........... 12
BOOKS FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMS.............................. 13
VIVA-VOCE ............................................................................ 14
ENGLISH LITERATURE ..................................................... 14
PROSE...................................................................................... 14
POETRY .................................................................................. 18
FICTION.................................................................................. 28
DRAMA ................................................................................... 31
RUSSIAN & FRENCH LITERATURE............................... 34
AMERICAN LITERATURE ................................................ 34
BLACK AMERICAN, COMMONWEALTH
& AFRICAN LITERATURE .......................................... 38
GREEK & LATIN LITERATURE ....................................... 40
INDIAN-ENGLISH LITERATURE..................................... 41
ORIGINAL POETRY COLLECTIONS .............................. 50
GENERAL INTEREST ......................................................... 50
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AGES, MOVEMENTS AND LITERARY HISTORIES
AGES, MOVEMENTS AND LITERARY HISTORIES
1. A Concise History of English Literature (New Revi sed Edi ti on) 220. 00
–S. C. Mundhra & V. N. S. Chowdhar y
2. A Handbook of the Study of Literature : Studies in Literary Forms, 80. 00
Literary Movements and Practical Criticism –M. N. Si nha
3. A History of Anglo-Saxon and Middle English Literature 30. 00
–J. N. Mundhra & S. C. Mundhra
4. A Hi story of Engl i sh Li terature (In Three Vol umes) –J.N. Mundhra & S.C. Mundhra
a. Vol . I. Angl o-Saxon Peri od to the Age of Dryden 155. 00
b. Vol . II The Age of Pope to the Romanti c Peri od 165. 00
c. Vol . III The Vi ctori an Age to the Present Day 220. 00
5. A Histor y of Greek Literature –S. P. Sen Gupt a 200. 00
6. A History of the English Language –A. N. Dwi vedi 50. 00
7. A Reader’s Guide to American Literature –S. C. Mundhra 160. 00
8. A Short History of English Drama –Raghukul Ti l ak 75. 00
9. A Short History of English Literature –Raghukul Ti l ak 68. 00
10. A Short History of English Novel –Raghukul Ti l ak 60. 00
11. A Short History of English Poetry –Raghukul Ti l ak 75. 00
12. A Short History of English Prose & Essay –Raghukul Ti l ak 50. 00
13. A Short Survey of Old and Middle English Poetry –S. N. Arora 20. 00
14. A Social History of England (in Questions & Answers)–S. C. Mundhra 75. 00
15. A Survey of English Literature –Raghukul Ti l ak
Vol. I Chaucer and the Fifteenth Century (1350-1550) 40. 00
Vol. II Elizabethan Literature (1550-1600) 40. 00
Vol. III Early 17th Century or the Age of Milton and Donne
(1600-1660) 45. 00
Vol. IV The Restoration Age or the Age of Dryden (1660-1700) 35. 00
16. A Survey of Indi an Engl i sh Li terature –Satish Kumar
a. Vol . I Indi an Engl i sh Poetry 250. 00
b. Vol . II Indi an Engl i sh Prose 140. 00
c. Vol . III Indi an Engl i sh Drama 90. 00
d. Vol . IV Indi an Engl i sh Novel 220. 00
17. Ages & Movements in Literary History for students –S. C. Mundhra 65. 00
18. An Approach to American Literature – N. S. Sahu 150. 00
19. Answer Bank of Literature for Competitive Examinations – Ni mavat 125. 00
20. Gems of English Literature (English Literature Digest) 125. 00
–Raghukul Ti l ak
21. History of American Literature –Raghukul Ti l ak 125. 00
22. Important Questions on History of American Literature
–Raghukul Ti l ak, Anupuma Gupt a 72. 00
23. Important Questions on Social History of England
–Raghukul Ti l ak, Anupuma Gupt a 35. 00
24. Indo-Anglian Fiction— An Assessment –P. P. Meht a In Press
25. Indo-Anglian Literature (An Outline) –R. K. Badal 15. 00
26. Major Movements in Modern English Literature*–S. C. Mundhra 25. 00
Symbolism, Surrealism, Dadaism, Futurism, Expressionism, Imagism
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27. Major Movements in English Literature–S. C. Mundhra 80. 00
1. THE RENAISSANCE, 2. REFORMATION, 3. THE METAPHYSICAL POETRY, 4. NEO-
CLASSICISM, 5. THE PERIOD OF ROMANTIC REVIVAL, 6. THE OXFORD MOVEMENT,
7. THEPRE-RAPHAELITEMOVEMENT, 8. THEAESTHETICMOVEMENT, 9. IMAGISM, 10.
SYMBOLISM AND ENGLISH POETRY. 11.GEORGIAN POETRY. 12. THE BLOOMSBURY
GROUP. 13. THENEW CRITICISM. 14. THECHICAGOCRITICS. 15. STRUCTURALISM. 16.
POST-STRUCTURALISM. 17. DECONSTRUCTION. 18. MARXIST CRITICISM. 19. PSYCHO-
ANLYTIC CRITICISM. 20. READER-RESPONSE THEORY. 21. FEMINIST CRITICISM. 22.
NEW HISTORICISM
28. Major Works of English Literature (An Acquaintance)–S. C. Mundhra 15. 00
29. Social History of England –Raghukul Ti l ak 30. 00
30. Social and Literary History of England –J. N. Mundhra & S. C. Mundhra 160. 00
31. Students’ Companion to Literature –B. S. Ni mavat 120. 00
32. The Modern Age in English Literature — S. C. Mundhra 30. 00
1. MAINTENDENCIES OFMODERNENGLISHLITERATURE. 2. LITERATUREOFTHEMODERN
AGE— ITS DEVELOPMENT. 3. TRENDS IN TWENTIETH CENTURY LITERATURE— POETRY,
DRAMA, FICTION. 4. MAJORMODERNPOETS. 5. MAJORMODERNDRAMATISTS. 6. MAJOR
MODERN NOVELISTS. 7. MAIN WORKS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY LITERATURE.
33. Trends and Movements in English Literature 132. 00
–S. P. Sen Gupt a & S. C. Mundhra
1. CLASSI CI SM 2. ROMANTI CI SM 3. MARXI SM 4. SURREALI SM 5. DADAI SM
6. AESTHETI CI SM 7. FUTURI SM 8. THE GROTESQUE 9. EXI STENTI ALI SM
10. IMPRESSIONISM 11. EXPRESSIONISM 12. SYMBOLISM INTWENTIETHCENTURYPOETRY
13. THE NATURE OF LITERATURE 14. LITERATURE AND ITS FUNCTIONS 15. THE
RENAISSANCEAND THEREFORMATION 16. HUMANISM 17. THEMETAPHYSICAL POETRY
18. THE GRAVEYAND SCHOOL OF POETRY 19. THE NEO-CLASSICAL POETRY 20. THE
ROMANTICMOVEMENT21. THEOXFORDMOVEMENT22. THEPRE-RAPHAELITEMOVEMENT
23. THEVICTORIANCOMPROMISE24. THENAUGHTYNINETIES25. THEPROBLEM PLAY26.
POETICDRAMA 27. THETHEATREOFTHEABSURD 28. THENEW CRITICS AND AFTER OR
FORMALIST CRITICISIM AND THE“ CHICAGOSCHOOL” 29. THEGRAND STYLEIN ENGLISH
POETRY 30. REALISM IN ENGLISH POETRY 31. IMAGIST POETRY 32. PSYCHOLOGY AND
FICTION33. TRENDSINTWENTIETHCENTURYPOETRY34. TRENDSINTWENTIETHCENTURY
DRAMA 35. TRENDS IN TWENTIETH CENTURY CRITICISM 36. TRENDS IN TWENTIETH
CENTURY FICTION 37. THEAGEOFPROSEAND REASON 38. GEORGIAN POETRY 39. THE
BLOOMSBURY GROUP 40. THEENGLISH SATIRE.
REES, R.J.
34. English Literature–An Introduction for Foreign Readers –Ni mavat & Ni mavat 35. 00
TOYNE ANTHONY
35. An English Reader’s History of England 32. 00
(With Literary Topics)–P. P. Meht a & P. N. Bhat t
FORMS OF LITERATURE AND
LITERARY ESSAYS
1. A Dictionary of Literar y Terms— A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 165. 00
2. A Handbook of Literary Forms –M. K. Pandey 15. 00
POETRY–EPIC, MOCK-EPIC, ELEGY, ODE, SONNET, SHORTLYRIC, THEPASTORAL DRAMA–
THE TRAGEDY, THE COMEDY, TRAGI COMEDY, THE PROBLEM PLAY, MELODRAMA,
FORMS OF LI TERATURE AND LI TERARY ESSAYS
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FARCE, THEABSURD DRAMA RHETORICAND PROSODY–FIGURES OFSPEECH, SIMILE,
METAPHOR, PERSONIFICATION, APOSTROPHE, HYPERBOLE, EUPHEMISM, ANTITHESIS,
OXYMORON, EPIGRAM, PUN, IRONY, METONYMY, SYNECDOCHE, TRANSFERRSED
EPTHET, ANTI-CLIMAX, (BATHOS), ONOMATOPOEA, ALLITERATION, PARADOX PROSE–
AUTOBIOGRAPHY, BIOGRAPHY FICTION–REALISTICNOVEL, PSYCHOLOGICAL NOVEL,
THE STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS NOVEL, LYRICAL NOVEL, HISTORICAL NOVEL, THE
EXPERIMENTAL NOVEL, THE GOTHIC NOVEL
3. A Literary Spectrum (Essays in Literature) –I. N. Agarwal 20. 00
1. THE ESSAY: I TS ORI GI NS, GROWTH AND MODERNI TY 2. WALTER DE LA MARE:
THE BACKGROUND AND THE WORK 3. LORCA AND THE SPI RI T OF ANDALUSI A 4.
TONE I N THE POETRY OF C. P. CAVALY 5. ENGLI SH POETRY TODAY 6. THE
LANGUAGE AND THE LI MI TS OF THE SELF I N THE POETRY OF KAMALA DAS 7.
TONI GHT THI S SAVAGE RI TE: A PERSPECTI VE OF PRI TI SH NANDY' S LOVE POEMS
8. EPI PHANI ES I N A POTRAI T OF THE ARTI ST AS A YOUNG MAN 9. TOLSTOY' S WAR
AND PEACE 10. MANOHAR MAGONLAR' S THE ENTERTAI NTER 11. ON A SHORT
STORY OF ALBERT CAMUS 12. ARNOLD WASKER AND THE NEW ENGLI SH DRAMA
4. Advanced Critical Essays – J. G. Bhuva 20. 00
1. ART AS MINESIS, 2. THECONCEPT OFKATHARSIS, 3. ART AND MORALITY OR ART FOR
ART' S SAKE, 4. THE MIRACLE AND THE MORALITY PLAY OR THE DEVELOPMENT OF
MEDIAEVAL ENGLISHDRAMA, 5. SHAKESPEAREANTRAGEDY, 6. SHAKESPEAREANCOMEDY,
7. RESTORATI ON COMEDY, 8. STYLE: I TS PROBLEMS AND PRI NCI PLES,
9. THE TEST OF A CLASSIC.
5. Advanced Literary Essays –J. N. Mundhra & C. L. Sahni 120. 00
1. THE ENGLISH ESSAY, 2. THE ENGLISH SHORT STORY, 3. LITERATURE REFLECTS
THE SPIRIT OF THE AGE, 4. LITERATURE AND ITS FUNCTIONS, 5. ART AND MORALITY
OR ART FOR ART' S SAKE, 6. LITERATURE AND SCIENCE, 7. BIOGRAPHY IN ENGLISH
LITERATURE, 8. THENATUREAND FUNCTIONS OFLITERARY CRITICISM, 9. CRITICISM
AND CREATION OR “ TO JUDGE OF POETS IS ONLY THE FACULTY OF POETS” , 10.
TRENDS IN MODERN LITERARY CRITICISM, 11. POETRY: ITS NATURE, POWER, AND
FUNCTION, 12. REALISM IN ENGLISH POETRY , 13. THE METAPHYSICAL SCHOOL OF
POETRY, 14. PRE-RAPHAELITE POETRY OR THE FLESHLY SCHOOL OF POETRY, 15.
TRENDS IN MODERN ENGLISH POETRY, 16. THE BALLAD IN ENGLISH LITERATURE,
17. THE ENGLI SH SONNET AND SONNET SEQUENCE, 18. THE ODE I N ENGLI SH
LITERATURE, 19. THE ENGLISH LYRIC, 20. EPIC POETRY, 21. INDIAN POETRY IN
ENGLISH, 22. INDIAN WRITERS OF ENGLISH FICTION, 23. THE IMAGES OF MAHATMA
GANDHI I N I NDO- ENGLI SH FI CTI ON, 24. SELF- SEEKI NG I N FI CTI ON OR THE
AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NOVEL, 25. THE HISTORICAL NOVEL, 26. THE GOTHIC NOVEL,
27. SCI ENCE FI CTI ON, 28. THE PSYCH- LOGI CAL NOVEL, 29. THE STREAM OF
CONSCIOUSNESS NOVEL, 30. TENDENCIES IN THE TWENTIETH-CENTURY ENGLISH
FICTION, 31. TRAGEDY AND THE TRAGIC HERO, 32. THE ENGLISH COMEDY, 33. THE
ENGLISH POETIC DRAMA, 34. TRENDS IN TWENTIETH CENTURY DRAMA, 35. SATIRE
IN ENGLISH LITERATURE, 36. THE PICARESQUE NOVEL, 37. THE REGIONAL NOVEL.
6. Comedy-A Study in Form— P. P. Meht a 15. 00
7. Contemporary Indian English Verse –A. N. Dwi vedi
Vol.I Essays on Female Poets 150. 00
Vol.II Essays on Male Poets 175. 00
FOR DETAILS, PLEASE REFER SECTION ON INDIAN-ENGLISH LITERATURE
8. Critical Essays on Comparative Literature –B. Shyaml a Rao 25. 00
THE IMPACT OF LITERATURE ON THE MODERN VALUES OF LIFE, SHAKESPEAR’ S
CONCEPTION OFCOMEDIES, ELIZABETHAN THEATREAND AUDIENCE, KEATS AND TORU
DUTT- A COMPARATIVE STUDY, THE INDO-ANGLIAN NOVEL AND THE PROBLEM OF
FORMS OF LI TERATURE AND LI TERARY ESSAYS
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LANGUAGE, THE INDO-ANGLIAN NOVEL, JAWAHAR LAL NEHRU’S CONTRIBUTION TO
INDO-ANGLIAN LITERATURE, THEPOETICEXCELLENCEOFSHELLEY, SHAKESPEARE’S
CONCEPTI ON OF TRAGEDY, THE I NFLUENCE OF ENGLI SH ROMANTI C POETS ON
MODERN TELUGU POETRY, SHAKESPEARE AND KALIDASA- A COMPARATIVE STUDY,
SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE— AN ASSESSMENT, T.S. ELIOT AS A POET AND CRITIC,
DR. SARVEPALLI RADHA KRISHNAN-THE PHILOSOPHER STATEMAN.
9. Essays on Canadian Literature –ed. K. Bal achandran 150. 00
FOR DETAILS PLEASE REFER SECTION ON COMMONWEALTH LITERATURE
10. Essays on Contemporary Li terature –I.D. Sharma 45. 00
I NTRODUCTI ON TO NEW DEVELOPM ENTS I N M ODERN LI TERATURE,
DECOLONI SATI I ON I N AFRI CAN LI TERATURE, DECOLONI SATI ON I N I NDI AN
LITERATURE, ANALYSIS OF‘DECOLONISINGTHEINDIAN MIND’, AN ESSAY BY NAMVAR
SINGH, ANALYSIS OF ‘ BEING A WRITER IN INDIA’ BY U.R. ANANTHAMURTHY, THEME
OFPARTITION IN INDIAN LITERATURE, EPICDIMENSIONS OFPREM CHAND’S ‘GODAN’,
T.S. PI LLAI ’ S ‘ CHEEMEEN’ AS A TRAGEDY ON GRAND SCALE, THE PROBLEM OF
COMMUNICATION IN TRANSLATED WORKS, CRITICAL EVALUATION OFAUROBINDO’S
SAVITRI, CARTOGRAPHY OF CONSCIOUSNESS IN ‘ SAVITRI’ , THE IMAGE OF INDIAN
WOMANHOOD IN ‘GAURI’ AND ‘THEPAINTER OFSIGNS’, QUEST MOTIFIN ‘SAMSKARA’
AND ‘ SAMSKARA’ , SHIV KUMAR’ S ‘ LUNA’ –AS ASSESSMENT, MAHASHEWATA DEVI’ S
‘ RUDALI’ –A READING, ‘ ICE-CANDY MAN’ AS POST COLONIAL NOVEL, DIASPORIC
CONSCIOUSNESS IN ‘ ICE-CANDY MAN’ AMD ‘ THE SHADOW LINES’ .
11. Interpreti ng Li terature : A Real i ty and a Myth –G.D. Barche 175. 00
FOR DETAILS PLEASE REFER CAPTION ON NEXT PAGE
12. Key to Li terar y Forms & Terms–Sudhir Arora 40. 00
13. Satire : A Study in Form –S. N. Arora 12. 00
14. The Feminist Mode in Commonwealth Literature— R. A. Si ngh 120. 00
15. The English Essay & Essayist — S. C. Mundhra & S. C. Agarwal 75. 00
FOR DETAILS PLEASE REFER SECTION ON ENGLISH LITERATURE— PROSE
16. The Epic : A Study in Form — P. P. Meht a & P. N. Bhat t 10. 00
17. The Novel : A Study in From –P. P. Meht a and P. N. Bhat t 20. 00
18. The Novel : Its Forms & Techniques –S. P. Sen Gupt a & S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
19. The Short Stor y and One Act Play : A Study in From –P. P. Meht a 12. 00
20. The Temperate Zone : Essays on Post- 75. 00
Second-World War Poetry – S. N. Pandey
FOR DETAILS PLEASE REFER SECTION ON ENGLISH LITERATURE— POETRY
21. Theory of Literature and Other Essays –S. P. Sen Gupt a & S. C. Mundhra 80. 00
1. LI TERATURE AND THE OTHER ARTS. 2. CHANGES I N LI TERARY TASTE.
3. FORM, STRUCTUREAND CONTENT IN LITERATURE. 4. THEPROBLEM OFVALUEAND
EVALUATION IN LITERATURE. 5. THE NATURE OF LITERATURE. 6. THE FUNCTION OF
LITERATURE. 7. LITERATURE AND BIOGRAPHY. 8. LITERATURE AND PSYCHOLOGY. 9.
LITERATUREAND SOCIETY. 10. LITERATUREAND SCIENCE. 11. LITERATUREAND IDEAS.
12. THEPROBLEM OFLITERARY HISTORY. 13.THEMEANING, FUNCTIONS AND TYPES OF
CRITICISM. 14. CRITICISIM AND CREATION. 15. THERELATIVEIMPORTANCEOFPLOT AND
CHARACTERINTRAGEDY. 16. THEPICARESQUENOVEL. 17. THEREGIONAL NOVEL. 18. THE
AGEOFPROSEANDREASON, OUREXCELLENTANDINDISPENSABLEEIGHTEENTHCENTURY.
19. THE POETIC DRAMA. 20. POETRY, ITS NATURE, POWER AND FUNCTIONS. 21. THE
OPPOSITEOFPOETRY IS NOT PROSEBUT SCIENCE. 22. THEENGLISH ESSAY. 23. THE
IMPACT OF THE BIBLE ON ENGLISH LITERATURE. 24. THE ENGLISH SATIRE. 25. THE
VICTORIAN COMPROMISE
22. Tragedy — Its Theory and Forms –P. P. Meht a & P. N. Bhat t 15. 00
FORMS OF LI TERATURE AND LI TERARY ESSAYS
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LI TERARY CRI TI CI SM
LITERARY CRITICISM
ALSO REFER ENGLISH LITERATURE—PROSE
1. A Begi nner’s Gui de to Modern Cri ti cal Theor y– Samir K. Dash 40. 00
POST MODERNISM, POST MODERN CRITICAL THEORY, FORMALISM, NEW CRITICISM, STRUCTURALISM,
POSTSTRUCTURALISM, DECONSTRUCTIONANDSUPERSTRUCTURALISM, MODERNREADERSRESPONSE
THEORY, READERSRESPONSETHEORYINREFERENCETOSTENLEYFISH, NEWHISTORICISM, POSTCOLONIAL
STUDIES, ORIENTALISM, FEMINISM, ANSWERS TOSELECTED QUESTIONS AND PROBABLEQUESTIONS.
2. A Handbook of the Study of Literature : Studies in Literary Forms, 80. 00
Literary Movements and Practical Criticism –M. N. Si nha
3. A Reader' s Guide to Principles of Literary Criticism 65. 00
and Literary Critics –S. C. Mundhra & S. C. Agarwal
4. Aspects of Modern Cri ti ci sm –B.K. Patnayak 25. 00
POST-STRUCTURALI SM, DERRI DA’ S THEORY OF DECONSTRUCTI ON, FEMI NI ST
CRITICISM, DERRIDA' S STRUCTURE, SIGN AND PLAY IN THEDISCOURSES OF HUMAN
SCIENCES, RONALD BARTHES' FROM WORK TO TEXT
5. Basic Concepts of Literary Criticism–Hari n Maj i t hi a 40. 00
THEIDEAL CRITIC, LITERATUREAS POWER, PLATOON POETRY, ARISTOTLEON TRAGEDY,
SUBLIMITY IN LITERATURE, DANTE’S ILLUSTRIOUS VERNACULAR, SIDNEY’S DEFENCE
OF POETRY, BEN JONSON AS A CRITIC, DRYDEN’ S CONTRIBUTION TO LITERARY
CRITICISM, COLERIDEGE’S THEORY OF IMAGINATION, DEFINITION AND ELEMENTS OF
LITERATURE, METHODS OFSTUDYINGAN AUTHOR, LITERATUREAND SOCIETY, FORMS
OF POETRY, NOVEL AS A POCKET THEATRE, THE DRAMA AND THE STAGE
6. Contemporary Cri ti ci sm –B.S. Nimavat 60. 00
DISCUSS J. M. MURRY' S VIEWS ON ' PUREPOETRY' ?; DISCUSS ALLEN TATES VIEWS REGARDING
' TENSION ' IN POETRY' ; DISCUSS ALLEN TATES VIEWS REGARDING' TENSION ' IN POETRY' ; DISCUSS
LIONEL TRILLING' SVIEWSINHISESSAY' SENSEOFTHEPAST. ' ; WRITEANOTEONINTENTIONAL FALLACY
‘MAKARAND’: A STUDY IN SCHEMA THEORY; A STYLISTIC STUDY OF THE POEMS OF TORU DUTT AND
KAMALA DAS ; ANGER EXPRESSION IN KAMALA DAS’S POETRY: A STUDY IN KLESA-VRITTI ; UPNISADIC
VISION IN KEATS’S “ ODETOA NIGHTINGALE” ; ‘PHOENIX’ AND ‘ICARUS’ REWORKED IN THEEROTICPOETRY
OFR.K. SINGH ; JUXTAPOSITION DEVICEIN JOY’S SHORT POEMS ; ‘SUN MOTIF’ IN THEPOST INDEPENDENCE
INDIAN POETRY IN ENGLISH ; SELECT POEMS OF SUNITA JAIN: A STUDY IN COUPLING COMPLEX ; SELECT
POEMS OF KAMALA DAS & SYLVIA PLATH: A STUDY IN PATANJAL PSYCHOLOGY ; A STUDY OF NATURE-
CULTUREFORCES IN ARUN JOSHI’S THESTRANGECASEOF BILLY BISWASAND NGUIGI WA THIONG’O’S THE
RIVERBETWEEN ; A STUDY OFALIENATION IN BYE-BYEBLACKBIRD& THESTRANGECASEOF BILLY BISWAS;
FACETS OF FEMINISM IN INDIAN ENGLISH FICTION ; LAJJA/SHAME : A STUDY IN PATANJALI’S CONCEPT OF
AVIDYA ; INSIDE THE HAVELI AND THE NOWHERE MAN : A STUDY IN THE UPANISHADIC PRINCIPLE ;
DECONSTRUCTINGTHEDECONSTRUCTION IN ROY’S THEGODOF SMALL THINGS; MANOHAR MALGONKAR’S
THEMENWHOKILLEDGANDHI : A STUDY IN EXISTENTIAL IRONY ; FEROZA IN BAPSI SIDHWA’S ANAMERICAN
BRAT AND OLIVIA IN JHABVALA’S HEAT AND DUST : A PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY ; MAYA : ANOTHER EVE IN
SECONDTHOUGHTS; INDU : ANOTHER SISYPHUS IN ROOTSANDSHADOWS; MARCO— A TRAGICCHARACTER
; QUERRY : A STUDY IN FOUR LAYERS OFCONSCIOUSNESS ; ARUNDHATI ROY’S THEGODOF SMALL THINGS
: A STUDY IN SUGGESTIVITY AS ITS FORTE; SHIKHANDI SYMBOL REWORKED IN SHASHI THAROOR’S NOVEL
RIOT ; THAROOR’S RIOT : A STUDY IN THEMYTH OFFALL ; OTHELLO— A VRITTI APPROACH ; TUGHLAQ: A STUDY
IN PATANJALI’S CONCEPT OFABHINIVESA
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INTERPRETING LITERATURE : A REALITY AND A MYTH
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BYW.K. WIMSATTANDM.C. BEARDSLEY; CRITICALLYDISCUSSFRANKKERMODE' SVIEWSIN' DISSOCIATION
OFSENSIBILITY' ; DISCUSSTHEROLEOFTHECRITICACCORDINGTOHELENGARDNERINHERESSAYTHE
SCEPTREANDTHETORCH. ; DISCUSSJONATHANCULLER' SVIEWSINSTRUCTURALISM ANDLITERATURE;
WRITEANOTEONMODERNISM; WRITEANOTEONSOCIOLOGICAL CRITICISM; WRITEADETAILEDNOTE
ONPOST-MODERNISM; WRITEANOTEONRUSSIANFORMALISM; WRITEANOTEONSTRUCTURALISM.
; DISCUSS JOHN CROWE RANSOM' S VIEWS ON CRITICISM; WRITE NOTE ON T. S. ELIOT' S VIEWS IN
TRADITIONANDTHEINDIVIDUAL TALENT; DISCUSSTHEVIEWSOFI. A. RICHARDSON' THEFOURKINDS
OFMEANING' ; WRITEANOTEONMARXISTCRITICISM; WRITEANOTEONPSYCHO-ANALYTICAL SCHOOL
CRITICISM. ; WRITE A NOTE ON STYLISTICS BY H. K. WIDDOWSON. ; WRITE A NOTE ON DERRIDA' S
THEORYOFLECONSTRUCTION. ; DISCUSSTHECRITICAL VIEWSOFROLANDBARTHESINTHEDEATHOF
THEAUTHOR; DISCUSSNORTHROPEFRYE' SARCHETYPAL LITERARYCRITICISM.
7. Essays in Criticism— A New Interpretation –M. Panda 35. 00
A CRITIQUE OF JOSEPH ADDISON' S “ THE PLEASURES OF IMAGINATIONS” , WILLIAM
WORDSWORTH AND SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE ON IMAGINATION, EDGAR ALLAN
POE' S DOCTRINE OF ANTI-DIDACTICISM, EDGAR ALLAN POE' S IDEAS ON TRADITION
AND NATIONALITY IN LITERATURE, A CRITIQUEOFMATTHEW ARNOLD' S “ THESTUDY
OFPOETRY” , T. S. ELIOT' S DOCTRINEOF“ OBJECTICECORRELATIVE” , I. A. RICHARDS' S
DOCTRINEOFSYNAESTHESIS, I. A. RICHARDS' S “ CONTEXT THEOREM OFMEANING” AND
CONCEPTOF“ METAPHOR” , JOHNCROWERANSOM'SDOCTRINEOFIRRELEVANCEOFTHE
TEXTURE TO THE STRUCTURE OF THE POEM.
8. Makers of Criticism –S. D. Sharma 40. 00
OF DRAMATIC POESY: JOHN DRYDEN, OF TRUE AND FALSE: JOSEPH ADDISION, OF
POETICS: ARISTOTLE, OFCRITICAL UNIVERSALS: HORACE, BEN JONSON GREEK, DANTE
ALI GHI ERI , SI R PHI LI P SI DNEY, ENGLI SH NEO- CLASSI CI SM: BEN JONSON, OF
IMAGINATION: SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE, OFROMANTICCREATIVITY : CHARLESS
LAMB, OFPROGNOSTICATION: P.B. SHELLEY, OFPRACTICALISM: I.A. RICHARDS
9. Modern Theories of Poetic Criticism –R. S. Ti wari 125. 00
WHAT IS POETRY?, WHY WEREAD POETRY?, THEQUESTION OFART IN POETRY, HOW TO
APPRECIATE POETRY?, IS LITERATURE A FORCE?, NATURE OF POETRY: ELITIST OR
POPULIST?, CONDITIONSAFFECTINGPOETRY, APPRECIATIONOFPOETRYININDIANPOETICS,
PROFESSOR EAGLETON & LI TERATURE, THE STARTI NG POI NT- ROMANTI CI SM,
PREDECESSORSTO‘NEW CRITICISM’—RUSSIANFORMALISM, PRACTICAL CRITICISM, I.A.
RICHARDS, THENEW CRITICISM, PHENOMENOLOGY, HERMENEUTICS, RECEPTIONTHEORY,
ANATOMYOFCRITICISM, STRUCTURALISM, SEMIOTICS, NARRATOLOGY, DECONSTRUCTION,
PSYCHOANALYSIS & SURREALISM, TASTE VERSUS NUDITY IN LETTERS, THE CRITIC,
CONCLUSION, THE ORIGINAL SIN: A CONTROVERSIAL QUESTION.
10. A Guide to Practical Criticism –U. S. Rukhai yar & A. N. Prasad 45. 00
11. Practical Criticism –S. C. Mundhra & S. C. Agarwal 70. 00
12. Perspectives in Indian English Poetry Criticism –B. K. Das 75. 00
FOR DETAILS PLEASE REFER SECTION ON INDIAN ENGLISH LITERATURE
13. Principles and History of Literary Criticism 190. 00
–S. C. Mundhra & S. C. Agarwal
14. Trends in Shakespearean Criticism –S. P. Sen Gupt a 85. 00
ARISTOTLE
15. The Poetics

–S. P. Sen Gupt a & S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
ARNOLD, MATTHEW
16. A Study of the Works of Matthew Arnold : The Overwhelming 95. 00
Question – N. S. Sahu
LI TERARY CRI TI CI SM
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17. Essays in Criticism (2nd Series)

–R. Si ngh & R. L. Ti wari 40. 00
1. THE STUDY OF POETRY 2. MI LTON 3. THOMAS GRAY 4. JOAN KEATS
5. WORDSWORTH 6. SHELLEY.
18. Preface to 1853 Vol. of Poems

–S. P. Sen Gupt a 35. 00
19. The Function of Criticism at the Present Time

25. 00
–K. N. Joshi & S. C. Agarwal
20. The Study of Poetry

–K. N. Joshi & S. C. Agarwal 25. 00
BLACKSTONE
21. Practical English Prosody –P. P. Meht a & P. N. Bhat t 20. 00
COLERIDGE, S.T.
22. Biographia Literaria

–M. C. Saxena 70. 00
DAICHES, DAVID
23. Critical Approaches to Literature–P. P. Meht a & P. N. Bhat t 35. 00
DRYDEN, JOHN
24. An Essay of Dramatic Poesy

–K. N. Joshi 25. 00
25. Preface to the Fables

–K. N. Joshi 20. 00
ELIOT, T.S.
26. T.S. Eliot : The Man as a Poet, Playwright, Prophet and Critic : 95. 00
A Reorientation –N. S. Sahu
27. T.S. Eliot’s Three Essays –K. N. Joshi & S. C. Agar wal 25. 00
TRADI TI ON & THE I NDI VI DUAL TALENT, THE FUNCTI ON OF CRI TI CI SM,
THE FRONTIERS OF CRITICISM
28. The Sacred Wood –S. C. Agarwal 25. 00
29. Tradition and The Individual Talent –R. K. August i ne 30. 00
30. A Reader' s Gui de to Tradi ti on and Indi vi dual Tal ent (Engl i sh-Hi ndi Med. ) 40. 00
ENRIGHT AND CHEKARA
31. English Critical Texts – P. P. Meht a & P. N. Bhat t 30. 00
HORACE
32. The Art of Poetry

–S. P. Sen Gupt a 25. 00
HUDSON
33. An Introduction to the Study of Literature–Ni mavat 32.00
JAKABSON, ROMAN AND GENETTE, GERARD
34. Linguistics and Poetics, The Metaphoric and Metonymic Poles,
Structuralism and Literary Criticism –Gi ri sh Saxena 20.00
JOHNSON, SAMUEL
35. Dr. Johnson as a Critic –Sanj ay Kumar In Press
36. Life of Milton

–R. Si ngh & S. C. Ti wari 30. 00
37. Life of Pope

–S. D. Sharma 50. 00
38. Preface to the Plays of Shakespeare

–S. D. Sharma 45. 00
LI TERARY CRI TI CI SM
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39. A Critique on F.R. Leavis' s Literary Criticism & Philosophy –Gi ri sh Saxena 20. 00
LONGINUS
40. On the Sublime –S. D. Sharma 50. 00
RICHARDS, I.A.
41. Principles of Literary Criticism–P. P. Meht a & P. N. Bhat t 30. 00
SCOTT JAMES, R.A.
42. The Making of Literature –P. P. Meht a & P. N. Bhat t 30. 00
43. The Maki ng of Li terature (Questi on-Answer Form) –B.S. Nimavat 40. 00
SHELLEY, P.B.
44. A Defence of Poetry

–S. P. Sen Gupt a 40. 00
SIDNEY, PHILIP
45. An Apology for Poetr y

–O. P. Saxena 50. 00
WELLEK & WARREN
46. Theory of Literature –P. P. Meht a & P. N. Bhat t 50. 00
WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM
47. Preface to the Lyrical Ballads

–K. N. Joshi 56. 00
GENERAL ENGLISH—LANGUAGE,
LINGUISTICS, GRAMMAR, ELT AND ESP
1. A Handbook of Communication Skills and Functional English 55. 00
–B. K. Das (IInd Edition)
LANGUAGEANDCOMMUNICATION, BODYLANGUAGEORNON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION,
ORAL COMMUNI CATI ON, DYADI C COMMUNI CATI ON, MEETI NGS, SEMI NARS AND
CONFERENCES, GROUP DISCUSSION, DEBATES, NEGOTIATIONS, AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS,
WRITTEN COMMUNICATION, (LETTER, WRITING, BUSINESS LETTERS) REPORTING
( NEWS REPORTI NG, BUSI NESS REPORTS, REPORTS OF COMMUNI CATI ON I N
GOVERNMENT), WRITINGWITH A PURPOSE(PARAGRAPH WRITING, ESSAY WRITING,
WRITINGA SHORT STORY, PRECIS WRITING), READINGWITH A PURPOSE, (SKIMMING,
SCANNING, HOW TO USE A DICTIONARY, NOTE MAKING), ADVERTISING AND JOB
DESCRIPTION, COPY EDITING, HYPERTEXT, INDEXING, PROJECT WRITING, BOOKING
AND MAKINGDEPOSITS (RESERVATION/ CANCELLATION, DEPOSITINGCHEQUES/ CASH/
BANK DRAFTS, TESTINGAND TYPES OFTESTS, COMMUNICATIVELANGUAGETESTING
2. A Handbook of Comprehension, Translation 50. 00
& Common Errors –S. C. Mundhra
3. A Handbook of Applied Grammar and Composition –S. C. Mundhra 68. 00
4. A Handbook of Applied Grammar, Translation and Comprehension –S. C. Mundhra 65. 00
5. A Handbook of Business Communication –B. S. Ni mavat & K. Gedi ya 72. 00
6. A Handbook of Engl i sh Phi l ol ogy –M.N. Sinha 60. 00
7. A Handbook of English Pronunciation –M. V. S. Sarma 25. 00
8. A History of the English Language –A. N. Dwi vedi 50. 00
GENERAL ENGLISH—LANGUAGE, LINGUISTICS, GRAMMAR, ELT &ESP
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9. A Handbook of English Grammar –S. C. Mundhra 55. 00
10. A New approach to Engl i sh Grammar (IInd Edi ti on) –A.N.Prasad 75. 00
11. A Textbook of English for Students of Science 45. 00
–A. K. Chat urvedi & S. Kukret i
12. Acquisition of Hindi and English –Uma Raj put 225. 00
13. Aspects of Linguistics — N. S. Sahu 55. 00
14. Avoid Common Errors in English –P. P. Meht a 20. 00
15. Developing a Learner–Centred ELT Curriculum in India 250. 00
(Trends and Issues)–Mohammad Asl am
16. Development of Roman Alphabets –I. C. Rahi 15. 00
17. Essentials of English Grammar & Composition –Luka Kari vel y 20. 00
18. General English Practice –R. K. Si ngh 50. 00
(For Proficiency in College and Competitive Exams)
19. Glorious Thoughts on Science –A. Rama Raj u 10. 00
20. Multiple Choice General English for Competitions –R. K. Si ngh 75. 00
21. New Pattern Golden General English 50. 00
(For Intermediate Classes, according to U.P. Board)– R. N. Baj pai
22. Practising English in Science & Technology –R. K. Si ngh 35. 00
23. Professional Communication— Grammar and Composition –R. K. Si ngh 60. 00
24. Professional Communication –M. A. Ri zvi 95. 00
TECHNICAL WRITING, SPEAKING, LITENING, LETTER WRITING, REPORT WRITING,
PROPOSAL WRITING
25. Punctuati on and i ts al l i es–B.K. Pattanayak 40.00
26. Solution to Intermediate General English –I. H. Ri zvi 6. 00
(For Intermediate Classes, according to U.P. Board)
27. The Advanced Learner’s Remedial English Grammar–M. Panda 40.00
28. Trends in English Language Teaching in India –Mohd. Asl am 95. 00
29. Teaching of English as a Second Language in India –A. Ant ony 75. 00
30. Typical Approach to Comprehension, Translation & Applied Grammar
–Tuf ai l Ahmad Khan 55. 00
31. Using Contemporary English Idioms –R. K. Si ngh 25. 00
32. Using English in Science & Technology –R. K. Si ngh 75. 00
WRENN, C.L.
33. The English Language –P. P. Meht a 20. 00
DICTIONARIES AND BOOKS FOR RESEARCH
1. A Dictionary of Literar y Terms –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 165. 00
2. A Dictionary of Mythological and Bibilical Allusions 50. 00
in Literature –K. N. Joshi
3. A Dictionary of Shakespearean References –Gopal kri shnan 95. 00
4. Creative Writing–The Process, Potential and Ability–K. Prabhavat hi 150. 00
5. Research Methodology for English Literature 60. 00
–S. Rangacheri & Rangacheri
6. Wri ti ng your Thesi s and Research Papers (IInd Ed. ) –R.K. Singh 125. 00
DICTIONARIES AND BOOKS FOR RESEARCH
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BOOKS FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMS
1. A Concise History of English Literature (New Revi sed Edi ti on) 220. 00
–S. C. Mundhra & V. N. S. Chowdhary
2. A Dictionary of Literar y Terms –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 165. 00
3. A Dictionary of Mythological and Biblical Allusions in Literature 50. 00
–K. N. Joshi
4. A Handbook of Communication Skills and Funcational English–B. K. Das 55.00
5. A Handbook of Literary Forms –M. K. Pandey 15. 00
6. A Handbook of the Study of Literature : Studies in Literary Forms, 80. 00
Literary Movements and Practical Criticism –M. N. Si nha
7. Advanced Literary Essays –J. N. Mundhra & C. L. Sahni 100. 00
8. A Handbook of Li terature i n Engl i sh for
Competi ti ve Exami nati ons (IIIrd Edi ti on) –S.C. Mundhra 588. 00
9. Answer-Bank of Literature for Competitive Examinations –Ni mavat 125. 00
10. English Literature for Competitive Examinations –S. C. Mundhra 290. 00
11. Handbook of Language and Li terature for Competi ti ve Exami nati ons 195. 00
(PGT/TGT - U. P. ) –Sudhir K. Arora
LANGUAGE: UNSEEN PASSAGE FOR COMPREHENSION; GENERAL GRAMMAR (PARTS
OF SPEECH, TENSE, PREPOSITION, AGREEMENT, TRANSFORMATION); SPELLING;
PUNCTUATI ON; NARRATI ON; SYNONYM; ANTONYMS; ONE WORD EQUI VALENTS;
FOREIGN EXPRESSIONS; IDIOMS AND PHRASES; PROVERBS; SENTENCECOMPLETION;
NUMBERED BLANKS; SENTENCE ARRANGEMENT LITERATURE : LITERARY FORMS
AND TERMS; FI GURES OF SPEECH; AUTHORS AND THEI R WORKS: WI LLI AM
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM WORDSWORTH, JOHN KEATS, CHARLES LAMB, P.B. SHELLEY,
CHARLES DICKENS, MATTHEW ARNOLD, TENNYSON, THOMAS HARDY, T.S. ELIOT, W.B.
YEATS, D.H. LAWRENCE, G.B. SHAW, R.K. NARAYAN, KAMALA DAS, MULK RAJ ANAND,
NISSIM EZEKIEL, ROBERT FROST, WALT WHITMAN, ERNEST HEMINGWAY, WILLIAM
FAULKNER, JOHN MILTON, JOHN GALSWORTHY
12. General English Practice –R. K. Si ngh 50. 00
13. Key to Literar y Forms & Terms–Sudhi r Arora 40. 00
14. Major Movements in Modern English Literature – S. C. Mundhra 25. 00
15. Major Works of English Literature (An Acquaintance) 15. 00
–S. C. Mundhra
A TEXTBOOK FOR OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS IN ENGLISH LITERATURE
F OR UGC' S NET AND P OST- GRADUATE STUDENTS
Price: Rs. 160.00 pp.: 150 (Size: 9inchesX11.5 inches)
It is designed to impart knowlege about the whole range of literature in
English, as well as the whole body of literary criticism associated with
that literature in the form of subjective matter as well as in objective
type questions. The book has been framed and arranged in terms of
the ten units prescribed in the UGC syllabus for NET in English.
The objective questions are so framed that each contains within itself
two or three or even more questions, which the students must carefully
read, mug and remember.
BOOKS FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONS
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16. Multiple Choice General English for Competitions –R. K. Si ngh 75. 00
17. Objective English Literature for Competitive Examinations –K. Purshot t am 75. 00
18. Principles and History of Literary Criticism – Mundhra & Agarwal 175. 00
19. Social and Literary History of England –J. N. Mundhra & S. C. Mundhra 140. 00
20. Students’ Companion to Literature –B. S. Ni mavat 120. 00
21. Text Book for Obj ecti ve Questi ons i n Engl i sh –Manoj Kumar 160. 00
22. Theory of Literature and other Essays –S. P. Sen Gupt a & S. C. Mundhra 80. 00
FOR DETAILS PLEASEREFER SECTION ON FORMS OF LITERATURE& LITERARY ESSAYS
23. Trends and Movements in English Literature –S. P. Sen Gupt a & S. C. Mundhra 132. 00
FOR DETAILS PLEASE REFER SECTION ON AGES, MOVEMENTS AND LITERATURE
LITERARY HISTORIES
24. Using Contemporary English Idioms –R. K. Si ngh 25. 00
VIVA-VOCE
1. A Manual of Viva-Voce Vol I. –C. L. Sahni 50. 00
2. A Manual of Viva-Voce Vol II –C. L. Sahni 50. 00
3. Objective English Literature for Competitive Examinations–K. Purshot t am 75. 00
4. Students’ Companion to Literature –Ni mavat & Ni mavat 120. 00
5. Textbook For Objective Questions in English Literature–Manoj Kumar 160. 00
ENGLISH LITERATURE
Prose
1. A Short History of English Prose & Essay –Raghukul Ti l ak 50. 00
2. A Text Book of English for Students of Science –Chat urvedi & Kukret i 45. 00
3. An Anthology of Literary Essays –S. C. Mundhra, Kusum Pant 40. 00
(For B.A. II, M.J.P. Rohilkhand University)
4. Bri ef Bi ographi es—A Study (O.U.P.) –Raghukul Ti l ak 16. 00
5. Satire— A Study in Form –S. N. Arora 12. 00
6. The Book of Job

–Raghukul Ti l ak 92. 00
7. Textbook of Short Stori es & Essays –Ruchi Shinghal
FOR B.A.I, MJP ROHILKHAND UNIVERSITY
8. The English Essay & Essayists –S. C. Mundhra & S. C. Agarwal 75. 00
DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENGLI SH ESSAY, FRANCI S BACON, THOMAS BROWNE,
RI CHARD STEELE, SAMUEL JOHNSON, OLI VER GOLDSMI TH, CHARLES LAMB,
WI LLI AM HAZLI TT, THOMAS DE QUI NCEY, ROBERT LOUI S STEVENSON, JOHN
HENRY NEWMAN, JOHN RUSKEN, THOMAS CARLYLE, WALTER PATER, LYTON
STRACHEY, G. K. CHESTERTON. ROERT LYND, A. G. GARNI NER, E. V. LUCAS,
ALDOUS HUXLEY, VI RGI NI A WOOLF, GEORGE WOOLF, GEORGE ORWELL, J.B.
PRI ESTLEY, C.E.M. JOAD, H.G. WELLS, BERTRAND RUSSEL, MAHATMA GANDHI ,
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU, S. RADHAKRI SHNAN, NI RAD C. CHAUDHURY, R.K. NARAYAN
ADDISON & STEELE
9. Coverley Papers from the Spectator & Other Essays

–S. C. Agarwal 100. 00
1. THESPECTATOR' S ACCOUNT OFHIMSELF2. OFTHECLUB 3. LABOUR AND EXERCISE
4. THEVISION OFMIRZA 5. USES OFTHESPECTATOR OR THEAIM OFTHESPECTATOR
6. ON THE SHAME AND FEAR OF POVERTY 7. DEATH OF SIR ROGER 8. HIS ACCOUNT OF
ENGLI SH LI TERATURE—PROSE
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HIS DISAPPOINTMENT IN LOVE9. SIR ROGER AT HOME10. THECOVERLEY HOUSEHOLD
11. CHARACTER OFWILL WIMBLE12. SIR ROGER IN TOWN 16. WOMEN AND LIBERTY 17.
COFFEE-HOUSEPOLITICIANS 18. COUNTRY FASHIONS 19. A HUNTINGSCENEWITH SIR
ROGER 20. ON WITCHCRAFT-STORY OFMOLL GHITE21. SIR ROGER' S REFLECTION ON
THEWIDOW 22. RURAL MANNERS 23. INSTINCT IN ANIMALS 24. INSTINCT IN ANIMALS-
CONTINUED 25. SIR ROGER AT THEASSIZES 26. EDUCATION OFCOUNTRYSQUIRES 27.
MISCHIEFS OFPARTY SPIRIT 28. MISCHIEFS OFPARTY SPIRIT-CONTINUED 29. FANS 30.
THE SCOPE OF SATIRE 31. MEDITATIONS IN THE ABBEY 32. FEMALE ORATORS.
10. Coverley Papers from the Spectator & Other Essays

–S. C. Agarwal 35. 00
1. THESPECTATOR' S ACCOUNT OFHIMSELF2. OFTHECLUB 3. LABOUR AND EXERCISE
4. THEVISION OFMIRZA 5. USES OFTHESPECTATOR OR THEAIMS OFTHESPECTATOR
6. ON THESHMAEAND FEAR OFPOVERTY 7. DEATH OFSIR ROGER 8. HIS ACCOUNT OF
HIS DISAPPOINTMENT IN LOVE.
11. A Reader’s Guide to Addison and Steele (Select Essays)
†*
–Nargi s 35. 00
ARNOLD, MATTHEW
12. Culture and Anarchy

–S. P. Sen Gupt a 75. 00
13. Essays in Criticism (2nd Series)

–R. Si ngh & R. L. Tewari 50. 00
1. THE STUDY OF POETRY 2. MI LTON 3. THOMAS GRAY 4. JOHN KEATS
5. WORDSWORTH 6. SHELLEY
14. Preface to 1853 Vol. of Poems

–S. P. Sen Gupt a 35. 00
15. The Function of Criticism at the Present Time

–K. N. Joshi & S. C. Agarwal 25. 00
16. The Study of Poetry

–K.N. Joshi 25. 00
BACON, FRANCIS
17. Bacon' s Essays

–J. N. Mundhra & S. C. Agarwal 80. 00
1. OF EXPENSE 2. OF REGI MENT OF HEALTH 3. OF FOLLOWERS AND FRI ENDS
4. OF TRUTH 5. OF MARRIAGE AND SINGLE LIFE 6. OF CEREMONIES AND RESPECT
7. OFGARDENS8. OFNATUREINMAN9. OFDISCOURSE10. OFSTUDIES11. OFREVENGE12.
OF PARENTS AND CHILDREN 13. OF TRAVEL 14. OF FACTION 15. OF SUITORS 16. OF
NEGOCIATING (OR NEGOTATION) 17. OF SUPERSTITION 18. OF SIMULATION AND
DISSIMULATION 19. OFGREAT PLACE20. OFFRIENDSHIP 21. OFLOVE22. OFEMPIRE23.
OFDELAYS 24. OFDEATH 25. OFUNITY IN RELIGION 26. OFADVERSITY 27.OFENVY 28. OF
BOLDNESS29. OFGOODNESSANDGOODNESSOFNATURE30. OFNOBILITY31. OFSEDITION
AND TROUBLES 32. OF ATHEISM 33. OF COUNSEL 34. OF THE TRUE GREATNESS OF
KINGDOMS AND ESTATES 35. OF RICHES 36. OF AMBITION 37. OF MASQUES AND
TRIMPHS 38. OFSUSPICION 39. OFFORTUNE40. OFYOUTH AND AGE41. OFBUILDING
42. OF CUNNI NG 43. OF WI SDOM FOR A MAN' S SELF 44. OF DESPATCH 45. OF
PLANTATIONS 46. OFCUSTOM AND EDUCATION 47. OFPRAISE48. OFVAIN-GLORY 49.
OF JUDICATURE 50. OF ANGER 51. OF HONOUR AND REPUTATION.
18. Bacon' s Essays

*
–J. N. Mundhra & S. C. Agarwal 30.00
1. OF EXPENSE 2. OF REGI MENT OF HEALTH 3. OF FOLLOWERS AND FRI ENDS
4. OF TRUTH 5. OF MARRIAGE AND SINGLE LIFE 6. OF CEREMONIES AND RESPECT 7.
OF GARDENS 8. OF NATURE IN MAN.
19. New Atlantis

–S. C. Agarwal 25. 00
BROWNE, THOMAS
20. Hydrotaphia or Urn Burial

–O. P. Saxena 60. 00
CARLYLE, THOMAS
21. Heroes and Hero-Worship

–M. N. Si nha 75. 00
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22. Hero as Man of Letters

–M. N. Si nha 25. 00
23. Hero as Poet

–M. N. Si nha 25. 00
24. A Reader’s Guide to Hero as Man of Letters
*
–Nargi s 25. 00
BOSWELL
25. Life of Dr. Johnson –O. P. Mal avi ya 30. 00
CUMBERLEGE, G.F.J.
26. Several Essays –S. C. Mundhra 40. 00
1. THE ART OF THE ESSAYIST 2. TOBY 3. MARIE-ANTOINETTE 4. PONT-SUR-SAMBRE
5.THE CAT 6. RUMM 7. THE LORD OF LIFE 8. DREAM CHILDREN 9. ON LOVE 10. ON
THE FEAR OF DEATH 11. LIBERAL EDUCATION ITS OWN END 12. THE LONELY AUTHOR
13. SEASIDE 14. LITERATURE 15. ON THE MODERN ELEMENT IN LITERATURE 16.
PERSONAL STYLE17. WHAT IS ART? 18. CAIROTOSUEZ 19. THEBEDUINS 20. CHITOR
21. THE GREAT RIVER EUPHRATIVES 22 FREE TO THE UTTERMOST 23. DALAI LAMA
DRYDEN, JOHN
27. An Essay of Dramatic Poesy

–K. N. Joshi 20. 00
28. Preface to the Fables

–K. N. Joshi 20. 00
ELIOT, T.S.
29. Three Essays –K. N. Joshi & S. C. Agarwal 25. 00
1. TRADI TI ON & THE I NDI VI DUAL TALENT 2. THE FUNCTI ON OF CRI TI CI SM
3. FRONTIERS OFCRITICISM
30. The Sacred Wood –S. C. Agarwal 25. 00
31. Tradi ti on and the Indi vi dual Tal ent –Raju K. Augustine 30. 00
GARDINER, A.G.
32. A.G. Gardiner: Select Essays–S. C. Mundhra 40. 00
1. ONTHERULEOFTHEROAD2. ONCATCHINGTHETRAIN3. ONLIVINGAGAIN4. INDEFENCE
OF I GNORANCE 5. ON THOUGHTS AT FI FTY 6. ON SAYI NG "PLEASE"
7. ONHABITS 8. ONA VANISHEDGARDEN9. ALL ABOUT A DOG10. ONSHOP WINDOWS 11.
ONCOURAGE12. ONSMILES13. ONBEINGIDLE14. ONWALKINGUP15. ONGREATMEN16.
OURSELVES AND OTHERS.
HAZLITT, WILLIAM
33. William Hazlitt: Selected Essays

–S. C. Mundhra 40. 00
1. THEINDIANJUGGLERS 2. MYFIRSTACQUAINTENCEWITHPOETS3. ONGOINGAJOURNEY
4. ON THEIGNORANCEOFTHELEARNED 5. ON THEFEELINGOFIMMORTALITY IN YOUTH
34. William Hazlitt: Selected Essays –S. C. Mundhra 80. 00
1. THE INDIAN JUGGLERS 2. MY FIRST ACQUAINTENCE WITH POETS 3. ON GOING A
JOURNEY 4. ON THE IGNORANCE OF THE LEARNED 5. THE SICK CHAMBER 6. ON
READING OLD BOOKS 7. ON A SUN-DIAL 8. ON ACTORS AND ACTING-I 9. ON ACTORS
AND ACTING-II 10. ON THE FEAR OF DEATH 11. COMMAON SENSE 12. WHY DISTANT
OBJECTS PLEASE 13. ON FASHION 14. ON PREJUDICE 15. ON CANT AND HYPOCRISY
16. ON A LANDSCAPEOFNICOLAS POUSSIN 17. THEFIGHT 18. A FAREWELL TOESSAY
WRITING 19. ON FAMILIAR STYLE 20. ON THE FEELING OF IMMORTALITY IN YOUTH
HUDSON
35. An Introduction to the Study of Literature–B. S. Ni mavat 32.00
ENGLI SH LI TERATURE—PROSE
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36. Music at Night –O. P. Mal vi ya 18. 00
37. Brave New World –S. N. Arora 40. 00
JOHNSON, SAMUEL
38. Life of Milton

–R. Si ngh & S. C. Ti wari 30. 00
39. Life of Pope

–S. D. Sharma 50. 00
40. Preface to the Plays of Shakespeare

–S. D. Sharma 45. 00
LAMB, CHARLES
41. Essays of Elia

–S. C. Agarwal & S. B. Verma 75. 00
1. POOR RELATIONS 2. A BACHELOR' S COMPLAINT OF THE BEHAVIOUR OF MARRIED
PEOPLE 3. NEWYEAR' S EVE 4. MODERN GALLANTRY 5. CHRIST' S HOSPITAL 6. THE
OLD AND THENEW SCHOOLMASTER 7. MY RELATIONS 8. IMPERFECT SYMPATHIES 9.
DREAM, CHILDREN: A REVERIE10. OLD CHINA 11. THECONVALESCENT 12. ALL FOOL' S
DAY 13. MY FIRST PLAY 14. THE CHILD ANGEL: A DREAM 15. THE SUPERANNUATED
MAN 16. THE SOUTH SEA HOUSE 17. OXFORD IN THE VACATION 18. MRS. BATTLE' S
OPINION ON WHIST 19. ON THE ARTIFICAL COMEDY OF THE LAST CENTURY.
42. Essays of Elia

*
–S. C. Agarwal & S. B. Verma 30. 00
1. POOR RELATIONS 2. BACHLOR' S COMPLAINT OF THE BEHAVIOUR OF MARRIED
PEOPLE 3. NEW YEAR' S EVE 4. MODERN GALLENTRY
MILTON, JOHN
43. Areopagitica

–S. C. Agarwal 25. 00
NEWMAN, CARDINAL
44. The Idea of a University

–S. C. Mundhra 100. 00
ORWELL, GEORGE
45. George Orwell: Selected Essays*–S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
1. WHY I WRITE2. LITERATUREANDTOTALITATIANISM 3. POETRYANDTHEMICROPHONE
4. NOTES ON NATI ONALI SM 5. THE PREVENTI ON OF LI TERATURE
6. POLITICSANDTHEENGLISHLANGUAGE7. DOWNTHEMINE8. SHOOTINGANELEPHANT
9. INSIDE THE WHALE 10. POLITICS VS LITERATURE 11. BOYS’ WEEKLIES 12. LEAR,
TOLSTOY AND THE FOOL 13. ENGLAND YOUR ENGLAND.
46. A Reader’s Guide to George Orwell (Select Essays)
*
–Nargi s 25. 00
PATER
47. Appreciations

–R. Si ngh 1. STYLE 2. CHARLES LAMB 3. POSTSCRIPT 30. 00
48. Wordsworth

–S. C. Agarwal 4. 00
RUSKIN, JOHN
49. Sesame and Lillies

–A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 60. 00
50. The Crown of Wild Olive

–K. N. Joshi 35. 00
51. Unto This Last

–S. P. Chat urvedi 40. 00
RUSSELL, BERTRAND
52. Bertrand Russell–An Assessment of His Essay –S. P. Chat urvedi 25. 00
1. IDEAS THAT HAVE HELPED MANKIND 2. IDEAS THAT HAVE HAMRED MANKIND
53. Bertrand Russell–An Assessment of His Important Essays 30. 00
–S. P. Chat urvedi
ENGLI SH LI TERATURE—POETRY
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1. THE FUTURE OF MANKIND 2. ON BEING MODERN MINDED 3. THE FUNCTIONS OF A
TEACHER 4. IDEASTHATHAVEHELPEDMANKIND 5. IDEASTHATHAVEHAMREDMANKIND.
54. Sceptical Essays –O. P. Mal vi ya 20. 00
SHELLEY, P.B.
55. A Defence of Poetr y

–S. P. Sen Gupt a 40. 00
SIDNEY, PHILIP
56. An Apology for Poetr y

–O. P. Saxena 50. 00
STEVENSON, R.L.
57. Stevenson: Selected Essays

–Raghukul Ti l ak 50. 00
1. WALKI NG TOUR 2. AN APOLOGY FOR I DLERS 3. A PLEA FOR GAS LAMPS
4. RANDOM MEMORIES 5. THE IDEAL HOUSE 6. EL DORADO 7. CRABBED AGE AND
YOUTH 8. CHI LD' S PLAY 9. AES TRI PLEX 10. A NI GHT AMONG THE PI NES
11. A COLLEGE MAGAZINE 12. BOOKS WHICH HAVE INFLUENCED ME.
STRACHEY, LYTTON
58. Elizabeth and Essex & Queen Victoria –P. K. Dash 50. 00
SWIFT, JONATHAN
59. The Battle of the Books

–S. C. Mundhra 72. 00
WIMSATT & BEARDSLEY
60. The Intentional Fallacy— An Annotated Bibliography –V. S. Sarma 125. 00
WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM
61. Preface to the Lyrical Ballads

–K. N. Joshi 56. 00
Poetry
1. A Guide to English Poetry –A. K. Chowdhary 30. 00
(DI BRUGARH UNI V. ) BEN JONSON— WI LLI AM SHAKESPEARE, SHAKESPEARE—
SONNET 18, 29, 60, 65, JOHN DONNE—THEGOOD MORROW, SONG[ SONG: ‘SWEETEST
LOVE, I DO NOT GOE’] DEATH BE NOT PROUD, GEORGE HERBERT—EASTER-WINGS,
MAN, ANDREW MARVELL—TO THIS COY MISTRESS, THE DEFINITION OF LOVE
2. A Manual of Rhetori c and Prosody –M. N. Si nha 50. 00
3. A Short History of English Poetry –Raghukul Ti l ak 75. 00
4. A Short Survey of Old and Middle English Poetry –S. N. Arora 20. 00
5. Beowul f and the Angl o-Saxon El egi es

–S. P. Sen Gupt a 30. 00
6. British Love Poetry–Hardy to Hughes–S. Rengachari IN PRESS
7. Evaluation of Poetry –A. S. Franci s 4. 00
8. Gems of English Poetry I— An Anthology –S. C. Agarwal 35. 00
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE— SINCEBRASS, NOR STONE, NOR EARTH, NOR BOUNDLESS
SEA (SONNET 65) LET ME NOT TO THE MARRIAGE OF TRUE MINDS (SONNET 116),
JOHN DONNE—A VALEDICTION-FORBIDDING MOURNING, JOHN MILTON—ON HIS
BLINDNESS PARADISE LOST, BOOK I , LINES 1-16, THOMAS GRAY— ELEGY WRITTEN
IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD (STANZAS 1-19), WILLIAM BLAKE—THE LAMB, THE
TYGER, WI LLI AM WORDSWORTH— THE WORLD I S TOO MUCH WI TH US, THE
DAFFODI LS, THE SOLI TARY REAPER, THREE YEARS SHE GREW, PERCY BYSSHE
SHELLEY—TO A SKYLARK, STANZAS WRITTEN IN DEJECTION NEAR NAPLES, JOHN
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KEATS—LA BELLEDAMESANS MERCHI, ODETO A NIGHTINGALE, SAROJINI NAIDU—
THE FLUTE PLAYER OF BRI NDABAN, I NDI AN WEAVERS, PLANQUI N- BEARERS,
RABINDRA NATH TAGORE—LEAVE THIS CHANTING AND SINGING (SONG NO. 11),
WHERE THE MINDS IS WITHOUT FEAR (SONG NO. 35)
9. Gems of English Poetry II— An Anthology 48. 00
–Ruby Si ddi qui , Pri t i Gaut am, Manj ul a Namboori
ALFRED TENNYSON— ULYSSES, BREAK, BREAK, BREAK, ROBERT BROWNI NG—
PORPHYRI A’ S LOVER, MY LAST DUCHESS, MATTHEW ARNOLD— DOVERBEACH,
SHAKESPEARE, W. B. YEATS—A PRAYER FOR MY DAUGHTER, THE SECOND COMING,
T. S. ELIOT— SUSEE DES BEAUX ARTS, PHILIP LARKIN— CHURCH GOING, NISSIM
EZEKIEL—NIGHT OF THE SCORPION, THE PATRIOT, KAMALA DAS—THE DANCE OF
THE EUNUCHS, PUNISHMENT IN THE KINDERGARTEN
10. Modern English Poetry— A Study –S. C. Mundhra 25. 00
1. W. B. YEATS–AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN, BYZANTIUM, LAPIS LAZULI, THE LAKE
ISLE OF INISFREE 2.T. S. ELIOT-THE LOVE SONG OF J. AFFRED PRUFROCK, SWEENY
AMONG THE NIGHTINGLES, MARINA 3. W. H. AUDEN-IN MEMORY OF W.B.YEATS.O.
WHERE ARE YOU GOING?
11. Modern Theories of Poetic Criticism–R. S. Ti wari 125. 00
WHAT I S POETRY?, WHY DO WE READ PEOTRY?, THE QUESTI ON OF ART I N POETRY,
HOW TO APPRECI ATE POETRY?, I S LI TERATURE A FORCE?, NATURE OF POETRY;
ELITIST OR POPULIST? CONDITIONS AFFECTING POETRY, APPRECIATION OF POETRY
I N I NDI AN POETI CS, PROFESSOR EAGLETON & LI TERATURE, THE STARTI NG POI NT-
ROMANTI CI SM, PREDECESSORS TO ‘ NEW CRI TI CI SM’ , RUSSI AN FORMALI SM,
PRACTI CAL CRI TI CI SM, I .A. RI CHARDS, THE NEW CRI TI SI SM, PHENOMENOLOGY,
HERMENEUTI CS, RECEPTI ON THEORY, ANATOMY OF CRI TI CI SM, STRUCTURALI SM.
SEM I OTI CS, NARRATOL OGY, DECONSTRUCTI ON, PSYCHOANALYSI S &
SURREALI SM, TASTE VERSUS NUDI TY I N LETTERS, THE CRI TI C
12. Nineteenth Century English Poetry (Text Only) 30. 00
WILLIAM WORDSWORTH : TINTERN ABBEY, ODE ON INTIMATIONS OF IMMORTALITY
FROM RECOLLECTIONS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD, RESOLUTION AND INDEPENDENCE
OR THE LEECH GATHERER,MICHAEL-A PASTORAL POEM,SCORN NOT THE SONNET
(SONNET ON SONNET), THE WORLD IS TOO MUCH WITH US; JOHN KEATS : ODE TO
PSYCHE, ODEON A GRECIAN URN, TOAUTUMN, ON FIRST LOOKINGINTOCHAPMAN' S
HOMER, BRIGHT STAR; ALFRED TENNYSON : THE LOTOS-EATERS, CHORIC SONG,
TITHONUS,BREAK, BREAK, BREAK, CROSSING THE BAR; ROBERT BROWNING : THE
LAST RI DE TOGETHER, A GRAMMARI AN' S FUNERAL, MY LAST DUCHESS;PERCY
BYSSHESHELLEY: ADONAIS; SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE: THERIMEOFTHEANCIENT
MARI NER, MATTHEW ARNOLD : DOVER BEACH, RUGHBY CHHAPEL; EDWARD
FITZERALD : RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM
13. Precursors of Romanticism

–Luka Kari vel yn' 15. 00
GRAY: ELEGY WRITTEN IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD, BURNS: TO A MOUSE, BLAKE:
THE LAMB, THE TIGER, JOHNSON, GOLDSMITH
14. Pearl

–S. P. Sen Gupt a 30. 00
15. Romantic Poetry to Poetry of the Present –A. K. Choudhary 98. 00
(GAUHATI UNIV. , B. A. PAPER V) WILLIAM BLAKE— THE LAMB, TYGER, WILLIAM
WORDSWORTH—MICHAEL, S. T. COLERIDGE—KUBLA KHAN, P. B. SHELLEY— TO A
SKYLARK, JOHN KEATS—ODETOA NIGHTINGALE, ALFRED TENNYSON— THEPALACE
OF ART, ROBERT BROWNI NG— PORPHYRI A’ S LOVER, MATTHEW ARNOLD— THE
SCHOLAR GYPSY, W. B. YEATS—THESECOND COMING(1920), T. S. ELIOT—LOVESONG
OF J.ALFRED RRUFROCK (1917), W. H. AUDEN—LOOKSTRANGER, DYLAN THOMAS—
FERN HILL, PHILIP LARKIN—THE WHITSUN WEDDINGS, TED HUGHES—AN OTHER
NOVEMBER, SEAMUS HEANEY—MOSSBAWN: SUNLIGHT, THESEED CUTTERS, WILLIAM
ENGLI SH LI TERATURE—POETRY
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WORDSWORTH—PREFACE TO LYRICAL BALLADS, S. T. COLERIDGE—FANCY AND
IMAGINATION, T. S. ELIOT— TRADITION AND THE INDIVIDUAL TALENT
16. Selections in English Poetry* –Jai n & Sharma 45. 00
1. WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

–THE WORLD IS TOO MUCH WITH US, WE ARE SEVEN,
EDUCATION OF NATURE, DEFFODILS, TABLES TURNED. 2. S. T. COLERIDGE

–KUBLA
KHAN, 3. P. B. SHELLEY

–TO A SKYLARK, STANZAS WRITTEN IN DEJECTION NEAR
NAPLES, LOVE’S PHILOSLPHY, ONE WORD IS TOO OFTEN PROFANED, A LAMENT, 4.
JOHN KEATS

–THE EVE OF ST. AGNES, LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI, 5. TENNYSON


LOCKSLEY HALL, CROSSI NG THE BAR, 6. ROBERT BROWI NG

–THE LAST RI DE
TOGETHER, PROPHYRIA’S LOVER, EVELYN HOPE. 7. W. B. YEATS–THESECOND COMING,
BRONZE HEAD. 8. MATTHEW ARNOLD

–MEMORIAL VERSES, DOVER BEACH.
17. Si r Gawai n & The Green Kni ght

–S. P. Sen Gupt a 50. 00
18. The Epic : A Study in Form –P. P. Meht a & P. N. Bhat t 10. 00
19. The Metaphysical Poets –Luka Kari vel y 18. 00
DONNE: THECANONIZATION, THEBLOSSOME, A HYMN TOGOD THEFATHER, HERBERT:
THE COLLAR, VAUGHAN: THE RETREATE, MARVELLE: TO HIS COY MISTRESS
20. The Poetic Grandeur (An anthology for B.A. Classes 22. 50
Edi t ed wi t h Text and Not es) –B. N. Si ngh & Y. K. Si nha
21. The Romantics and Victorian Poetry–A. K. Chaudhary 60. 00
(DIBRUGARH UNIV. ) WILLIAM BLAKETHECHIMNEY SWEEPER (SONGS OFINNOCENCE),
THE CHIMNEY SWEEPER (SONGS OF EXPERIENCE) WILLIAM WORDSWORTH ODE ON
INTIMATIONS OF IMMORTALITY, COLERIDGE DEJECTION: AN ODE, KEATS ODE TO
AUTUMN, ODEON A GRECIAN URN, TENNYSON CROSINGTHEBAR, ULYSSES, BROWNING
PROSPICE, THE LAST RIDE TOGETHER, ARNOLD DOVER BEACH, A SUMMER NIGHT
22. The Temperate Zone : Essays on Post- 75. 00
Second-World War Poetry – S. N. Pandey
LAWRENCE KRAMER: THE WODWO WATCHES THE WATER CLOCK: LANGUAGE IN
POST-MODERN BRITISH AND AMERICAN POETRY, B. N. PRASAD: STRATEGIES OF
COMMUNICATION IN BRITISH POETRY SINCE 1945, M. S. PANDEY: THE RELI GI OUS
I DENTI TY OF THE MOVEMENT POETS, TERRY WHALEN: TRUTH AND BEAUTY: THE
POETRY OFPHILIP LARKIN, S. N. PANDEY: LARKIN’S VISION OFHUMAN PREDICAMENT,
R. N. RAI: DONALD DAVIE: A STUDY IN POETICGROWTH, E. A. STURZL: THETHEMATIC
CONTENT OF THE POETRY OF ELIZABETH JENNINGS, KEITH SAGAR: HUGHES AND
LANDSCAPE, S. N. PRASAD: COORDINATES OFBEING: AN APPROACH TO THEPOETRY
OFTED HUGHES, MICHAEL KIRKHAM: SYLVIA PLATH REVISITED, N. SRIVASTAVA: ANTI-
SELF IN THE POETRY OF SYLVIA PLATH
23. Twentieth Century Poetry –A. K. Choudhary 50. 00
(DIBRUGARH UNIV. ) THOMAS HARDY—THE DARKLING THRUSH (1900) CHANNEL
FIRING(APRIL 1914), G. M. HOPKINS—PIED BEAUTY, FLEXRANDAL, (APRIL 1880), W. B.
YEATS—SAILINGTOBYZANTIUM (1927), SECOND COMING(1920), T. S. ELIOT—LOVE
SONG OFJ. ALFRED PRUFROCK (1917), WILLFRED OWEN—STRANGEMEETING, W. H.
AUDEN— IN MEMORY OF W.B. YEATS, LOUIS MACNEICE—BIRMINGHAM (1930-36),
PHILIP LARKIN—AMBULANCES
ARNOLD, MATTHEW
24. A Study of the Works of Matthew Arnold 95. 00
The Overwhelming Question –N. S. Sahu
25. Matthew Arnold: Selected Poems

–S. C. Mundhra 85. 00
1. DOVER BEACH 2. A SUMMER NIGHT 3. SOUTHERN NIGHT 4. THESCHOLAR GIPSY 5.
RUGBY CHAPEL 6. SHAKESPEARES 7. QUIET WORK 8. MORALITY 9. THE FORSAKEN
ENGLI SH LI TERATURE—POETRY
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MERMAN 10. MEMORI AL VERSES 11. TO MARGUERI TE ( WE WERE APART) 12.
I SOLATI ON ( TO MARGUETRI E- CONTI NUED) 13. STANZAS FROM THE GRANDE
CHARTREUSE 14.RESIGNATION (TO FASESTON) 15. TO A FRIEND, 16. AUSTERY OF
POETRY, 17. REQUIRESCAT 18. GROWING OLD 19. IMMORALITY.
26. Dover Beach and A Summer Night

–S. C. Mundhra 20. 00
27. Rugby Chapel

–S. C. Agarwal 12. 50
28. Sohrab & Rustum

* –S. C. Agarwal 60. 00
29. The Scholar Gipsy

–S. C. Mundhra 30. 00
30. Thyrsis

–S. C. Agrawal 50. 00
AUDEN, W.H.
31. W.H. Auden: A Critical Study of Five Selected Poems –S. C. Mundhra 18. 00
1.THE SHIELD OF ACHILLES 2. IN MEMORY OF W.B. YEATS 3. THE UNKNOWN CITIZEN
4. PETITION 5. SEPTEMBER 1, 1939.
32. W.H. Auden: A Critical Study of Selected Poems–S. C. Mundhra 75. 00
1. IN MEMORY OFW.B. YEATS 2. THESHIELD OFACHILLES 3. THEUNKNOWN CITIZEN 4.
PETI TI ON 5. SEPTEMBER 1, 1939 6. MUNDUS ET I NFANS 7. DI ASPORA
8. MISSGEE9. CONSIDER10. MUSEEDESBEAUXARTS11. OWHATISTHATSOUNDORTHE
QUARRY 12. O WHERE ARE YOU GOI NG OR THE THREE COMPANI ONS
13. LULLABY OR LAY YOUR SLEEPI NG HEAD, MY LOVE 14. THE WANDERER
15. WHO’ S WHO OR A SHILLING LIFE 16. IN PRAISE OF LIMESTONE 17. WOODS
18. STREAMS 19. SPAIN, 1937. 19. REFUGEE BLUES
33. The Shield of Achilles –S. C. Mundhra 10. 00
BLACKSTONE
34. Practical English Prosody –P. P. Meht a & P. N. Bhat t 15. 00
BLAKE, WILLIAM
35. William Blake:Selected Poems

–S. C. Mundhra 30. 00
1. THE ECHOING GREEN, 2. INFANT JOY 3. THE CHIMNEY SWEEPER (FROM SONGS OF
INNOCENCE) 4. THECHIMNEY SWEEPER (FROM SONGS OFEXPERIENCE) 5. THELITTLE
BOY LOST, 6. THE SICK ROSE, 7. THE TIGER 8. THE GOLDEN NET, 9. THE CRYSTAL
CABINET, 10. THEEVER LASTINGGOSPEL, 11. VISIONS OF THEDAUGHTERS OFALBION,
12. THE LAMB, 13. AUGURIES OF INNOCENCE.
36. Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience

–S. C. Mundhra 72. 00
37. Auguries of Innocence

–S. C. Mundhra 20. 00
38. The Tyger

–S. C. Mundhra 6. 00
BROWNING, ROBERT
39. Robert Browning:Selected Poems

–S. C. Mundhra 100. 00
1. ABT VOLGER 2. A GRAMMARIAN’S FUNERAL 3. ANDREA DEL SARTO 4. ONE WORD
MORE5. MY LAST DUCHESS 6. RABBI BEN EZRA 7. THELOST LEADER 8. PORPHYRIA’S
LOVER 9. PROSPICE 10. EVELYN HOPE 11. THE LAST RIDE TOGETHER 12. THE BISHOP
ORDERS HIS TOMB AT ST. PRAXED’S CHURCH 13. CALIBAN UPON SETEBOS 14. FRA
LIPPOLIPPI 15. MEMORABILIA 16. BY THEFIRE-SIDE17. CHILDEROLAND TOTHEDARK
TOWER CAME 18. THE PATROIT 19. A LIGHT WOMAN 20. O LYRIC LOVE 21. EPILOGUE
TO ASOLANDO 22. HOME-THOUGHTS, FROM ABROAD 23. HOME-THOUGHTS, FROM
THE SEA 24. MEETING AT NIGHT 25.PRATING AT MORNING 26. ‘HOW THEY BROUGHT
THE GOOD NEWS FROM GHENT TO AIX’ 27. SAUL 28. KARSHISH AN EPISTLE 29. THE
YEAR’S AT THE SPRING 30. YOUTH AND ART 31. THE STATUE AND THE BUST.
ENGLI SH LI TERATURE—POETRY
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40. A Grammarian’s Funeral

–S. C. Mundhra 20. 00
41. Andrea Del Sarto

–S. C. Mundhra 25. 00
42. Bishop Blougram’s Apology

–S. C. Mundhra 8. 00
43. Fra Lippo Lippi

–S. C. Mundhra 20. 00
44. Men & Women

–S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
45. My Last Duchess

–S. C. Mundhra 30. 00
46. Prospice and A Light Woman

–S. C. Mundhra 10. 00
47. Porphyria’s Lover

–S. C. Mundhra 15. 00
48. Rabbi Ben Ezra

–J. M. Johri 35. 00
49. The Last Ride Together

–S. C. Mundhra 25. 00
BYRON
50. Chide Harold' s Pilgrimage Canto IV

–S. C. Mundhra 40. 00
51. The Vision of Judgement

–S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
CHAUCER, GEOFFERY
52. The Knight' s Tale

–A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a IN PRESS
53. Nun' s Priest' s Tale

–A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 35. 00
54. The Pardoner’s Tale

–A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 50. 00
55. The Prologue to the Canterbur y Tales

–S. C. Mundhra 65. 00
56. A Readers’ Guide to The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales
†*
50. 00
–Ruchi Shi nghal
COLERIDGE, S.T.
57. Christabel— Book I & II

–S. C. Agarwal 12. 50
58. Kubla Khan, Ode to Dejection, Frost At Midnight, 45. 00
Love & The Eolian Harp

–S. C. Agarwal
59. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

–S. C. Agarwal 40. 00
COLLINS, WILLIAM
60. Collins: Select Odes

–Raghukul Ti l ak & Anupam Gupt a 50. 00
1. ODE TO EVENING 2. THE PASSIONS OR AN ODE TO MUSIC 3. ODE TO SIMPLICITY
4. HOW SLEEP THE BRAVE : ODE WRITTEN IN THE BEGINNING OF THE YEAR, 1746,
5. ODE ON THE POPULAR SUPERSTITIONS OF THE HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND.
DONNE, JOHN
61. John Donne: Selected Poems

–A. N. Dwi vedi 60. 00
SONGS AND SONNETS-1 THEGOOD-MORROW 2. SONG: GOE, AND CATCHEA FALLING
STATE 3. THE UNDERTAKING 4. THE SUNNE RISING 5. THE CANONIZATION 6. THE
TRIPLE FOOLE 7. LOVER’S INFINITNESSE 8. SONG : SWEETEST LOVE, I DO NOT GOE
9. BREAKE OF DAY 10. THE ANNIVERSARIE 11. A VALEDICTION : OF MY NAME, IN THE
WI NDOW 12. TWI CKNAM GARDEN 13. LOVES GROWTH 14. THE DREAM 15. A
VALEDICTION OFWEEPING16. THELOVES ALCHYMIE17. THEFLEA 18. A NOCTURMALE
UPON S. LUCIUS DAY 19. THEAPPRATION 20. A VELEDICTION : FORBIDDINGMORNING
21. THE EXTASIE 22. THE FUNERALL 23. THE BLOSSOME 24. THE RELIQUE 25. THE
PROHIBITION 26. THE EXPIRATION, ELEGIES— 27. THE AUTUMNALL (IX) 28. ON HIS
MISTRIS (XVI) 29. TOHIS MISTRIS GOINGTOBED. DEVINEPOEMS : HOLY SONNETS 30.
THIS IS MY PLAYES LAST SCENE (V) 31. DEATH BE NOT PROUD (X) 32. BATTER MY
ENGLI SH LI TERATURE—POETRY
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HEAR (XIV) 33. A HYMN TO GOD THE FATHER 34. AN ANTOMIE OF THE WORLD : THE
FI RST ANNI VERSARI ES 35. OF THE PROGESSE OF THE SOULE: THE SECOND
ANNIVERSARIES 36. LOVES DELITE 37. AT THE ROUND EARTHS IMAGIN’D CORNERS.
62. John Donne and his Poems

(Three) –S. N. Arora 10. 00
1. DEATH BE NOT PROUD, 2.THE MESSAGE, 3.A HYMN TO GOD THE FATHER
63. A Reader' s Guide to John Donne
†*
–Ruchi Shi nghal 52. 00
GOAND CATCH A FALLINGSTAR, THERELIC, THECANNONIZATION, THESUNNERISING,
DEATH BE NOT PROUD
DRYDEN, JOHN
64. The Odes of John Dryden

–S. C. Mundhra 12. 00
1. ODE TO THE MEMORY OF MRS. ANNE KALLIGREW 2. A SONG OF ST. CECILLA’S DAY
3. ALEXANDER’S FEAST OR THE POWER OF MUSIC
65. Absalom & Achitophel

–S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
66. MacFlecknoe

–S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
67. MacFlecknoe

–Luka Kari vel y 15. 00
ELIOT, T.S
68. Indian Thought and Tradition in T.S. Eliot’s Poetr y 35. 00
–A. N. Dwi vedi
69. T.S. Eliot: The Man as a Poet, Playwright, Prophet and Critic: 95. 00
A Reorientation –N. S. Sahu
70. Ariel Poems –S. C. Mundhra 10. 00
1. JOURNEY OF THE MAGI 2. A SONG FOR SIMEON 3. ANIMULA 4. MARINA
71. Gerontion –S. C. Mundhra 10. 00
72. Preludes –S. C. Mundhra 10. 00
73. The Four Quartets –A. N. Di wi vedi 75. 00
74. The Hollow Men –S. C. Mundhra (IInd Edition) 25. 00
75. The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock –A. N. Dwi vedi 12. 00
76. Bhandhya Dhart i (Hindi Poetic translation of The Love Song 20. 00
of J. Alfred Prufrock & The Waste Land) –Narsi ngh Sri vast ava
77. The Waste Land (with Hindi Verse Translation by Narsingh Srivastava)
–S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
78. The Waste Land and Other Poems –S. C. Mundhra 70. 00
1. THE WASTE LAND 2. LA FIGLIA CHE PIANGE 3. THE LOVE SONG OF J. ALFRED
PRUFROCK 4. PRELUDES 5. RHAPSODY ON A WINDY NIGHT 6. PORTRAIT OFA LADY 7.
GERONTION 8. SWEENEY AMONGTHENIGHTINGLES 9. THEHOLLOW MEN 10. MARINA
11. THE JOURNEY OF THE MAGI 12. A SONG FOR SIMEON 13. ANIMULA.
FITZGERALD, EDWARD
79. Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

*–K. N. Joshi 55. 00
GOLDSMITH, OLIVER
80. The Deserted Village

–K. N. Joshi & S. C. Mundhra 25. 00
81. The Traveller

–S. C. Mundhra 30. 00
82. The Traveller

* –S. C. Mundhra 40. 00
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83. Select Poems

* –Som Deva 45. 00
1. THE PROGRESS OF POESY 2. THE BARD 3. HYMN TO ADVERSITY 4. ODE ON THE
SPRING 5. ODE ON A DISTANT PROSPECT OF ETON COLLEGE 6. ELEGY WRITTEN IN A
COUNTRY CHURCHYARD
84. Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
†*
–S. C. Agarwal 25. 00
HARDY, THOMAS
85. Exploration of Reality: The Poetry of Thomas Hardy –Azara Noor 90. 00
86. Thomas Hardy: Select Poems

–A. N. Dwi vedi 20. 00
1. THE DARKING TRUSH 2. TO AN UNBORN PAUPER CHILD 3. TRANSFORMATIONS 4.
THEVOICE5. AFTERWARDS 6. DRUMMER HODGE7. VOICES FROM THINGS GROWING
I N A CHURCHYARD 8. NATURE’ S QUESTI ONI NG 9. TO THE MOON 10. GOD’ S
EDUCATION 11.HAP 12. THOUGHTS OF PHENA 13. IN TENEBRIS 14. NEUTRAL TONES
15. THE CONVERGENCE OF THE TWAIN 16. IN TIME OF ‘ THE BREAKING OF NATIONS’
HOPKINS, G.M.
87. G.M. Hopkins: Selected Poems

–A. N. Dwi vedi 30. 00
1. THE WRECK OF THE DEUTSCHLAND 2. HEAVEN-HEAVEN 3. GOD’ S GRANDEUR
4. THESTARLIGHTNIGHT5. SPRING6. THEWINDHOVER7. PIEDBEAUTY8. BINSEYPOPLARS
9. FELIXRANDAL 10. SPRINGANDFALL 11. INVERSNAID12. MYOWNHEART13. THOUART
INDEEDJUST, LORD14. INTHEVALLEYOFTHEELWY15. CARRIONCOMFORT
HUGHES, TED
88. Ted Hughes : A study of select poems –Rengachari & Rengachari 15. 00
HAWK ROOSTING, THE THOUGHT FOX, PIKE, VIEW OF A PIG, THE HAWK IN THE RAIN
JOHNSON, SAMUEL
89. The Vanity of Human Wishes

–S. C. Mundhra 18. 00
KEATS, JOHN
90. John Keats: A Sensuous Mystic –N. S. Sahu 100. 00
91. The Odes of John Keats

–Gi ri sh Saxena 45. 00
92. John Keats: Select Poems

–S. C. Mundhra 120. 00
1. THEEVEOFST. AGNES 2. THEEVEOFST. MARK 3. STOOD TIP-TOE4. ODEON INDOLENCE
5. ODE TO PSYCHE 6. ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE 7. ODE ON A GRECIAN URN 8. ODE ON
MELANCHOLY 9. TO AUTUMN 10. ODE TO MAIA (FRAGMENT) 11. ODE TO FANCY 12.
BARDS OF PASSION 13. ODE TO APOLLO 14. HYMN TO APOLLO 15. ODE TO NEPTUNE
16. ODETOPAN 17. ODETOSORROW 18. ODETODIANA 19. ODEON A LOCK OFMILTON’S
HAIR 20. ODEON THEMERMAID TRAVERN 21. ODETOFANNY 22. LA BELLEDAMESANS
MERCI 23. TO ONE WHO HAS BEEN LONG IN CITY PENT. 24. ON FIRST LOOKING INTO
CHAPMAN’S HOMER 25. ON THEGRASSHOPPER AND CRICKET 26. ON THESEA 27. THE
TERROR OFDEATH OR “ WHEN I HAVEFEARS” 28. THEHUMAN SEASONS 29. TOHOMER
30. BRIGHT STAR 31. ODE ON SITTING DOWN TO READ KING LEAR ONCE AGAIN
93. John Keats–Coaching Notes (For Hindi Speaking Pupils) 44. 00
ODE TO PSYCHE,ODE ON A GRECIAN URN, ODE TO AUTUMN, ON FIRST LOOKING INTO
CHAPMAN' S HOMER, BRIGHT STAR
94. Hyperion, A Fragment, and Fall of Hyperion, A Dream

–S. C. Mundhra 22. 00
95. Isabella

–S. C. Mundhra 15. 00
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96. Lamia

–S. C. Mundhra 18. 00
97. Ode on a Grecian Urn and Ode to Psyche

–S. C. Mundhra 30. 00
98. Ode to a Nightingale

–S. C. Mundhra 35. 00
99. The Eve of St. Agnes

–S. C. Mundhra 30. 00
100. To Autumn and Ode to Indolence

–S. C. Mundhra 20. 00
LANGLAND, WILLIAM
101. Piers The Ploughman

–S. P. Sen Gupt a 32. 00
LARKIN, PHILIP
102. A Study of Select Poems –S. Rangachari 50. 00
1. NEXT, PLEASE 2. DECEPTIONS3. TOADS 4. MR. BLEANEY 5. NOROAD 6. CHURCHGOING
7. DAY 8. WANTS 9. ANARUNDEL TOMB 10. THEWHITSUMNWEDDINGS11. FAITHHEALING
12. HOME IS SO SAD 13. REASONS FOR A TTENDANCE 14. POETRY OF DEPARTURES 15.
DOCKERY AND SON
MARVELL, ANDREW
103. Andrew Marvell: Selected Poems

–S. C. Mundhra 60. 00
1. TOHIS COY MISTRESS 2. AN HORATION ODEUPON FROM CROWNWELL RETURN FROM
IRELAND3. THEGARDEN4. THEDEFINITIONOFLOVE5. THEMOWERTOTHEGLOWWORMS
6. THEMOWER AGAINST GARDENS 7. DAMON THEMOWER 8. THEMOWERS SONG9. THE
PICTUREOFLITTLET.C. INAPROSPECTOFFLOWERS10. BERMUDAS11. THECORONET12.
A DIALOGUEBETWEEN THERESOLVED SOUL AND CREATED PLEASURE13. A DIALOGUE
BETWEEN THESOUL AND BODY 14. THENYMPH COMPLAININGFOR THEDEATH OFHER
FAUN 15.ON A DROP OFDEW 16. UPON THEHILL AND GROVEAT BILBROUGH 17.YOUNG
LOVE 18. THE UNFORTUNATE LOVER 19. THE FAIR SINGER 20. EYES AND TEARS.
104. To His Coy Mistress

–S. P. Sen Gupt a & S. C. Mundhra 30. 00
MILTON, JOHN
105. Milton and the Major Metaphysicals –S. Prakash Rao 35. 00
106. L’ Allegro and IL Penseroso

–S. C. Agarwal 20. 00
107. Lycidas

–S. C. Mundhra 45. 00
108. Ode on the Morning of Chirist’s Nativity

–S. C. Mundhra 10. 00
109. Paradise Lost Book I

–Gi ri sh Saxena 50. 00
110. A Readers’ Guide to Paradise Lost Book-1 –Nargi s 45. 00
111. Paradise Lost Book I

* –Gi ri sh Saxena 60. 00
112. Paradise Lost Book II

–Gi ri sh Saxena 40. 00
113. Paradise Lost Book IV

–Gi ri sh Saxena 48. 00
114. Paradise Lost Book IX

–M. C. Saxena 50. 00
115. Paradise Lost Book I & II

–Gri sh Saxena 60. 00
POPE, ALEXANDER
116. An Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot

– S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
117. An Essay on Man– A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 85. 00
118. Essay on Criticism– A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 50. 00
119. The Rape of the Lock

* –J. M. Johri 45. 00
120. The Rape of the Lock

–Luka Kari vel y 20. 00
121. A Readers’ Guide to The Rape of the Lock

* –Nargi s 45. 00
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122. The Blessed Damozel

–S. C. Mundhra 18. 00
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM
123. Sonnets

–Raghukul Ti l ak 58. 00
SHELLEY, P.B.
124. Shelley and Yeats— A Study in Comparison –B. C. Das 85. 00
125. P.B. Shelley: Selected Poems

–S. C. Mundhra 70. 00
1. TOASKYLARK2. ODETOTHEWESTWIND3. THESENSITIVEPLANT4. STANZASWRITTEN
IN DEJECTION, NEAR NAPLES 5. LINES WRITTEN AMONG THE EUGANEAN HILLS 6.
OZYMANDIAS7. TOJANE: THEINVITATION8. TOJANE: THERECOLLECTION9. WITHAGUITAR,
TOJANEOR TOA LADY, WITH A GUITAR 10. TOJANE11. TOEDWARD WILLIAMS 12. LINES
WRITTEN IN THEBAY OFLERICI 13. ENGLAND IN 1819 AN EXHORATION 15. ONEWORD IS
TOOOFTENPROFANED16. INVOCATIONORRARELY, RARELY, COMESTTHOU17. THEFLIGHT
OFLOVEOR WHEN THELAMP IS SHATTERED 18. A LAMENT OR OWORLD ! OLIFE! OTIME!
19. A WINDOW BIRD SATE MOURNING 20. TO SOPHIA STACEY OR TO EMILLA VIVIANI OR
MUSICWHENSOFTVOICESDIE 21. THEPOET’SDREAM 22. HYMNTOINTELLECTUAL BEAUTY
23. THEWORLD’SGREATAGEBEGINSANEW. 24. THEFLOWERTHATSMILESORMUTABILITY
25. THECLOUD26. I FEARTHYKISSES, GENTLEMAIDEN27. TOTHEMOON28. O! THEREARE
SPIRITOFTHEAIR 29. TOWORDSWORTH30. ADIRGE31. LIFEOFLIFE! THYLIPSENKINDLE
OR HYMN TO THE SPRIT OF NATURE 32. LOVE’S PHILOSOPHY 33. THE INDIAN SERENADE
34. THETRIUMPH OFLIFE 35. HYMN OFAPOLLO36. HYMN OFPAN 37. ODETONAPLES 38.
THE WORLD’S WANDERERS 39. TO NIGHT OR TO THE NIGHT 40. ARETHUSA
126. Adonais

* –J. M. Johri 30. 00
127. Alastor

* –S. C. Mundhra 30. 00
128. Hymn to Intellectual Beauty

–S. C. Mundhra 15. 00
129. Lines Written Among the Euganean Hills

–S. C. Mundhra 10. 00
130. Mont Blanc

–S. C. Mundhra 7. 00
131. Ode to the West Wind

–S. C. Mundhra 18. 00
132. Ozymandias

–S. C. Mundhra 6. 00
133. Stanzas Written in Dejection, Near Naples

–S. C. Mundhra 8. 00
134. The Cloud

–S. C. Mundhra 15. 00
135. The Mask of Anarchy

–S. C. Mundhra 7. 00
136. The Triumph of Life

–S. C. Mundhra 10. 00
137. To a Skylark

–S. C. Mundhra 15. 00
SPENSER, EDMUND
138. The Epithalamion and Prothalamion

–A. N. Dwi vedi 20. 00
139. The Faerie Queene (Book I)

–A. N. Dwi vedi 80. 00
140. The Faerie Queene (Book II) Canto VII

32. 00
(The Cave of Mammon) –Raghukul Ti l ak & Anupam Gupt a
141. The Faerie Queene (Book I) * 18. 00
142. A Reader’s Guide to Faerie Queene (Canto I)
†*
–Nargi s 45. 00
TENNYSON, ALFRED
143. Tennyson: Selected Poems

–S. C. Mundhra 100. 00
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1. TI THONUS 2. COME DOWN, O MAI D 3. O SWALLOW, SWALLOW, FLYI NG, SOUTH
4. ODE ON THE DEATH OF THE DUKE OF WELI NTGON 5. THE LOTOS EATERS
6. ULYSSES 7. THE LADY OF SHALOTT 8. SI R GALAHAD 9. A DREAM OF FAI R WOMEN
10. TO VI RGI L 11. TEARS, I DLES TEARS 12. THE BROOK 13.BREAK, BREAK, BREAK
14. CROSSI NG THE BAR 15. THE TWO VOI CES 16. OENONE 17. THE PASSI NG OF
ARTHUR 18. LOCKSLEY HALL 19. MORTE D' ARTHUR 20. MARI ANA 21. COME
I NTO THE GARDEN MAUD 22. THE SPLENDOUR FALLS ON CASTLE WALLS 23.
RI NG OUT, WI LD BELLS 24. HOME THEY BROUGHT HER WARRI OR DEAD 25.
LADY CLARE 26. THE CHARGE OF THE LI GHT BRI GADE, 27. SI MEON STYLI TES.
144. Tennyson– Coaching Notes (For Hindi Speaking Pupil) 40. 00
THE LOTOS–EATERS, TITHONUS, BREAK-BREAK-BREAK, CROSSING THE BAR
145. In Memoriam

–S. C. Mundhra 60. 00
146. Maud

–S. C. Mundhra 20. 00
147. Morte D’Arthur

–S. C. Mundhra 15. 00
148. The Lotos-Eaters

–S. C. Mundhra 30. 00
149. Ulysses

–S. C. Mundhra 25. 00
THOMPSON, FRANCIS
150. The Hound of Heaven

–S. C. Mundhra 15. 00
THOMAS, DYLAN
151. Dylan Thomas: A Study of Select Poems –G. Vai dyanat han 42. 00
1. THE FORCE THAT THROUGH THE GREEN FUSE DVIVES THE FLOWERS. 2. LIGHT
BREAKS WHERE NO SUN SHINES 3. ESPECIALLY WHEN THE OCTOBER WIND 4. AFTER
THE FUNERAL (IN MEMORY OF ANN JONES) 5. POEM IN OCTOBER 6. FERN HILL 7. A
REFUSAL TO MOURN THEDEATH, BY FIRE, OFA CHILD IN LONDON 8. IN MY CRAFT OR
SULIEN ART 9. LAMENT 10.ALTERWISEBY OWE-LIGHT 11.A SEETHEBOYS OFSUMMER
12.IFI WERETICKLED BY THERULEOFLOVE13.DO NOT GO GENTLEINTO THAT GOOD
NIGHT 14.THE CONVERSATION OF PRAYER 15.THE HUNCHBACK IN THE PARK 16. THE
SPIRE CRAMES 17.PROLOGUE 18. MY HERO BARES HIS NERVES
VAUGHAN, HENRY
152. Poems of Henry Vaughan

–S. N. Arora 8. 00
THE RETREATE, PEACE, THEY ARE ALL GONE INTO THE WORLD
WAIN, JOHN
153. The Movement Poet: John Wain–Madhu Si ngh 225. 00
WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM
154. William Wordsworth: Selected Poems

–S. C. Mundhra 100. 00
1. LINES COMPOSED A FEW MILES ABOVETINTERN ABBEY 2. ODEON INTIMATIONS OF
IMMORTALITY FROM RECOLLECTIONS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD 3. THE SOLITARY
REAPER 4. RESOLUTION AND INDEPENDENCE OR THE LEECH-GATHERER 5. THE
WORLD IS TOO MUCH WITH US 6. THE EDUCATION OF NAURE OR THREE YEARS SHE
GREW IN SUN AND SHOWER 7. TO MILTON OR LONDON 1802 8. ODE TO DUTY 9. THE
TABLES TURNED 10. THE DAFFODILS OR I WANDERED LONELY AS A CLOUD 11.
COMPOSED UPON WESTMINSTER BRIDGE 12. SIMON LEE 13. TO A SKYLARK 14. TO
THE CUCKOO 15. THE RAINBOW OR MY HEART LEAPS UP 16. A SLUMBER DID MY
SPIRIT SEAL 17. LINES WRITTEN IN EARLY SPRING 18. EXPOSTULATION AND REPLY
19. LAODAMIA 20. PEELECASLE21. NUTTING 22. CHARACTER OFTHEHAPPY WARRIOR
23. SCORN NOT THE SONNET 24. MICHAEL 25. THE STRANGE FITS OF PASSION HAVE
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I KNOWN 26. SHE DWELT AMONG THE UNTRODDEN WAYS 27. I TRAVELLED AMONG
UNKNOWN MEN 28. THEFOUNTAIN 29. IT IS A BEAUTEOUS EVENING, CALM AND FREE
30. WEARESEVEN 31. SHEWAS A PHANTOM OFDELIGHT 32. LUCY GRAY OR SOLITUDE
33. A NIGHT-PIECE 34. THE FRENCH REVOLUTION 35. HART-LEEP WELL 36.TO RUTH.
155. Lucy Poems

–S. C. Mundhra 25. 00
1. STRANGEFITS OFPASSION HAVEI KNOWN 2. THREEYEARS SHEGREW IN SUN AND
SHAVOER3. SHEDWELTAMONGTHEUNTRODDENWAYS4. I TRAVELLEDAMONGUNKNOWN
MEN 5. A SLUMBER DID MY SPIRIT SEAL
156. Laodamia

–S. C. Mundhra 8. 00
157. Michael

–S. C. Mundhra 8. 00
158. Ode on Intimations of Immorality

–S. C. Mundhra 20. 00
159. Resolution & Independence or The Leech Gatherer

–S. C. Mundhra 12. 00
160. Tintern Abbey

–S. C. Mundhra 30. 00
161. The Prelude Book I & II – K. N. Joshi 50. 00
YEATS, W.B.
162. Shelley and Yeats— A Study in Comparison –B. C. Das 85. 00
163. W.B. Yeats: Select Poems

–S. C. Mundhra 95. 00
1. WHEN YOU ARE OLD 2. NO SECOND TROY 3. UPON A HOUSE SHAKEN BY THE LAND
AGITATION 4. TO A SHADE 5. CRAZY-JANE TALKS WITH THE BISHOP 6. NEWS FOR THE
DELPHIC ORACLE 7. THE LAKE ISLE OF INNISFREE 8. THE LOVER TELLS OF THE ROSE IN
HIS HEART 9. THE WILD SWANS AT COOLE 10. THE INDIAN UPON GOD 11. THE SECOND
COMING12. A PRAYER FOR MY DAUGHTER 13. EASTER, 1916 14. THESTOLEN CHILD 15.
NINETEEN HUNDRED & NINETEEN 16. LEDA AND THESWAN 17. THETOWER 18. SAILING
TOBYZANTIUM 19. AMONGSCHOOL CHILDREN 20. BYZANTIUM 21. A DIALOGUEOFSELF
AND SOUL 22. LAPIS LAZULI 23. A BRONZEHEAD 24. THECIRCUS ANIMAL’S DESERTION
25. LONG-LEGGED FLY 26. ADAM’S CURSE27. AN IRISH AIRMAN FORESEES HIS DEATH 28.
SEPTEMBER 1913, 29. AN ACRE OF GRASS, 30. WHAT THEN?
164. W.B. Yeats: Four Selected Poems

–S. C. Mundhra 18. 00
1. SAILLING TO BYZANTIUM 2. BYZANTIUM, 3. DEATH 4. THE SCHOLAR
165. A Prayer for my Daughter * –Gi ri sh Saxena 10. 00
Fiction
1. A Short History of English Novel –Raghukul Ti l ak 60. 00
2. The Novel : Its Forms and Techniques –S. P. Sen Gupt a, S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
3. The Novel : A Study in Form –P. P. Meht a & P. N. Bhat t 20. 00
4. The Short Stor y and One Act Play : A Study in Form –P. P. Meht a 12. 00
AUSTEN, JANE
5. Emma –Gi ri sh Saxena 40. 00
6. Important University Questions on Emma–Ruchi Shi nghal 45. 00
7. Pride and Prejudice*–Gi ri sh Saxena 30. 00
8. Sense & Sensibility –Gi ri sh Saxena 50. 00
BACON, FRANCIS
9. New Atlantis

–S. C. Agarwal 20. 00
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BENNETT, ARNOLD
10. Old Wives Tale –R. S. Saxena 35. 00
BRONTE, EMILY
11. Wuthering Heights –S. C. Mundhra 60. 00
BUNYAN, JOHN
12. Pilgrim’s Progress –Raghukul Ti l ak & Anupam Gupt a 40. 00
CONRAD, JOSEPH
13. Heart of Darkness –Raghukul Ti l ak 50. 00
14. Lord Jim –R. S. Sexena 30. 00
CRONIN, A.J.
15. The Citadel –Luka Kari vel y 10. 00
DICKENS, CHARLES
16. A Tale of Two Cities –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 50. 00
17. Bleak House –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 50. 00
18. David Copperfield –S. K. Mukherj ee 40. 00
19. David Copper field* –Y. B. Si ngh 45. 00
20. Great Expectations* –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 75. 00
21. Hard Times –M. C. Saxena 35. 00
22. Oliver Twist –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 40. 00
ELIOT, GEORGE
23. Mill On the Floss –Neel am Varshney 25. 00
24. Silas Marner –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 55. 00
FIELDING, HENRY
25. Joseph Andrews –S. C. Mundhra 70. 00
26. Tom Jones –S. C. Mundhra 70. 00
27. Important University Questions on Tom Jones –Ruchi Shi nghal 40. 00
FORSTER, E.M.
28. A Passage to India*–A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 90. 00
29. Important University Questions on A Passage to India –Ruchi Shi nghal 45. 00
GOLDING, WILLIAM
30. Lord of the Flies*–Luka Kari vel y 25. 00
GOLDSMITH, OLIVER
31. The Vicar of Wakefield –S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
GREENE, GRAHAM
32. The Heart of the Matter –S. N. Arora 50. 00
33. The Power & The Glory* –Raghukul Ti l ak 65. 00
HARDY, THOMAS
34. Hardy— The Novelist –P. P. Meht a 10. 00
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35. Far From the Madding Crowd* –S. K. Mukherj ee 50. 00
36. Jude The Obscure –R. S. Ti l ak 32. 00
37. Tess of the D’Urberviles* –S. K. Mukherj ee 35. 00
38. The Mayor of Casterbridge* –S. K. Mukherj ee 75. 00
39. The Mayor of Casterbridge –S. K. Mukherj ee 55. 00
40. The Return of the Native* –K. N. Joshi 55. 00
41. The Mayor of Casterbridge

50. 00
(Text with Introduction and Notes) –S. N. Arora
42. The Woodl anders –S. S. Agarwal 65. 00
HUXLEY, ALDOUS
43. Brave New World* –S. N. Arora 40. 00
JOYCE, JAMES
44. The Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 50. 00
KIPLING, RUDYARD
45. Kim* –R. L. Ti wari 38. 00
LAWRENCE, D.H.
46. D.H. Lawrence : A Study of His Novels –M.Prasad 40. 00
47. Sons and Lovers
*
–S. C. Mundhra 70. 00
MAUGHAM, SOMERSET
48. Maugham’s Novels –A Critical Study –D. V. S. R. Murt hy 125. 00
49. Cakes and Ale –Som Deva 40. 00
50. Of Human Bondage –Som Deva 30. 00
ORWELL, GEORGE
51. Animal Farm* –S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
52. Nineteen Eighty-four –S. C. Mundhra 35. 00
RICHARDSON, SAMUEL
53. Clarissa Harlowe –S. P. Sen Gupt a 18. 00
SCOTT, WALTER
54. The Bride of Lammermoor –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 15. 00
SPARK, MURIEL
55. The Pri me of Mi ss Jean Brodi e –S. S. Agarwal 55. 00
SWIFT, JONATHAN
56. Gulliver’s Travels

(Text with Introduction and Notes)–S. N. Arora 50. 00
57. Gulliver’s Travels* –K.A. Agarwal 35. 00
THACKERAY, W.M.
58. Henry Esmond –S. C. Mundhra IN PRESS
59. Vanity Fair –S. C. Mundhra 60. 00
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60. Virginia Woolf— A Study of Her Novels – N. S. Subramani am 50. 00
61. Mrs. Dalloway
*
–A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 48. 00
62. Important University Questions on Mrs. Dalloway–Ruchi Shi nghal 36. 00
63. To The Light House –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 50. 00
Drama
1. A Short History of English Drama – Raghukul Ti l ak 75. 00
2. Comedy— Its Theory and Forms –P. P. Meht a 15. 00
3. Ever yman (Mi ddl e Engl i sh Li terature) –S. P. Sen Gupt a 30. 00
4. One-Act Plays— An Anthology for B.A.-II M.J.P. Rohilkhand University 40. 00
–S. C. Mundhra, Ruby Si ddi qui , Pri t i Gaut am, Manj ul a Namboori
5. Tragedy— Its Theory and Forms – P. P. Meht a & P. N. Bhat t 12. 00
6. Twentieth Century Drama – J.N. Mundhra & S.C. Mundhra 25. 00
BARRIE, JAMES
7. Admirable Crichton –R. S. Saxena 28. 00
BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER
8. The Knight of the Burning Pestle

–S. C. Mundhra 40. 00
9. The Maid’s Tragedy

–S. C. Mundhra 40. 00
10. The Philaster

–S. C. Mundhra 45. 00
BECKETT, SAMUEL
11. Waiting for Godot* –S. P. Sen Gupt a 35. 00
CONGREVE, WILLIAM
12. The Way of the World

–Som Dev 75. 00
DEKKER, THOMAS
13. The Shoemaker’s Holiday

–S. C. Mundhra & S. C. Agarwal 45. 00
DRINKWATER, JOHN
14. Abraham Lincoln

* –Raghukul Ti l ak 45. 00
DRYDEN, JOHN
15. All For Love
†*
–Som Dev 75. 00
ELIOT, T.S.
16. T.S. Eliot : The Man as a Poet, Playwright, Prophet and Critic: 95. 00
A Reorientation –N. S. Sahu
17. Murder in the Cathedral *–T. J. Madapal l y 80. 00
18. Murder in the Cathedral –T. J. Madapal l y 65. 00
19. The Cocktail Party –Luka Kari vel y 12. 00
20. The Confidential Clerk –S. Rengachari 35. 00
21. The Family Reunion –O. P. Mal vi ya 50. 00
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22. The Lady is Not For Burning* –Raghukuk Ti l ak 40. 00
GALSWORTHY, JOHN
23. Justice

* –Sat i sh Kumar 50. 00
24. Loyalties

– S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
25. Strife

*
–Sat i sh Kumar 50. 00
26. The Silver Box

* –S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
GAY, JOHN
27. Beggar’s Opera

– S. C. Mundhra 35. 00
GOLDSMITH, OLIVER
28. She Stoops to Conquer

* – S. C. Mundhra 70. 00
IBSEN
29. The Doll’s House – O. P. Mal vi ya 60. 00
JONSON, BEN
30. Every Man in His Humour

–S. C. Agarwal 50. 00
31. Volpone or The Fox

–S. C. Agarwal 65. 00
MARLOWE, CHRISTOPHER
32. Dr. Faustus

–Om Prakash 55. 00
33. Dr. Faustus

* –B. R. Sharma 40. 00
34. Edward II

–Som Dev 75. 00
MILTON, JOHN
35. Samson Agonistes

–S. C. Mundhra & S. C. Agarwal 60. 00
OSBORNE, JOHN
36. Look Back in Anger * –S. P. Sen Gupt a 60. 00
PINTER, HAROLD
37. The Birthday Party –T. R. S. Iyer 18. 00
38. The Caretaker–Ram Sharma 50. 00
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM
39. A Dictionary of Shakespearean References –P. V. Gopal kri shnan 95. 00
40. A Study of Choric Characters in Shakespeare’s Plays –P. C. Roy 95. 00
41. An Introduction to William Shakespeare –S. P. Sen Gupt a 80. 00
42. Shakespearean Comedy –Raghukul Ti l ak 60. 00
43. Shakespeare— Romances –Om Prakash 10. 00
44. Shakespeare :Select Tragedies— A Story in Yogic Psychology IN PRESS
–A. D. Barche
45. Shakespearean Tragedy –Raghukul Ti l ak 75. 00
46. Trends in Shakespearean Criticism –S. P. Sen Gupt a 85. 00
47. A Mid-Summer Night’s Dream

–Girish Saxena 50. 00
48. A Mid-Summer Night’s Dream

*–S. C. Agarwal 60. 00
ENGLI SH LI TERATURE—DRAMA
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49. All’s Well that Ends Well –S. P. Sen Gupt a 25. 00
50. Antony & Cleopatra – S. P. Sen Gupt a 24. 00
51. Antony & Cleopatra

– Rajendra Singh IN PRESS
52. As You Like It –S. P. Sen Gupt a 10. 00
53. As You Like It

–S. C. Agarwal 50. 00
54. As You Like It

* –S. C. Agarwal 60. 00
55. Coriolanus –S. P. Sen Gupt a 20. 00
56. Cymbeline –S. P. Sen Gupt a 25. 00
57. Hamlet –S. P. Sen Gupt a 40. 00
58. Hamlet* –J.P. Goel 35. 00
59. Hamlet

* –B. C. Chakravort y 100. 00
60. Henry IV Part I –S. P. Sen Gupt a 15. 00
61. Henry IV Part II –S. P. Sen Gupt a 10. 00
62. Henry V –S. P. Sen Gupt a 10. 00
63. Julius Caesar –S. P. Sen Gupt a 22. 00
64. King Lear – S. P. Sen Gupt a 30. 00
65. King Lear

* –B. C. Chakravort y 65. 00
66. King Richard II –S. P. Sen Gupt a IN PRESS
67. King Richard II

–T. K. Dut t a 40. 00
68. Love’s Labour’s Lost –S. P. Sen Gupt a 25. 00
69. Macbeth –S. P. Sen Gupt a 30. 00
70. Macbeth

–M. N. Si nha 70. 00
71. Macbeth

* – S.C. Agarwal 95. 00
72. Measure for Measure –S. P. Sen Gupt a 28. 00
73. Much Ado About Nothing –S. P. Sen Gupt a 15. 00
74. Othello –S. P. Sen Gupt a 40. 00
75. Othello

* –S. C. Mundhra & S. C. Agarwal 60. 00
76. King Richard III –S. P. Sen Gupt a 15. 00
77. Romeo and Juliet –S. P. Sen Gupt a 20. 00
78. Romeo and Juliet

–Gi ri sh Saxena 50. 00
79. Romeo and Juliet

* –Gi ri sh Saxena 60. 00
80. The Merchant of Venice –S. P. Sen Gupt a 18. 00
81. The Taming of the Shrew
†–
S. Rengachari 80. 00
82. The Tempest –S. P. Sen Gupt a 25. 00
83. The Tempest

–Girish Saxena 90. 00
84. The Tempest

* –Gi ri sh Saxena 80. 00
85. The Winter’s Tale –S. P. Sen Gupt a 20. 00
86. Troilus and Cressida –S. P. Sen Gupt a 25. 00
87. Twelfth Night* –K. A. Agar wal 20. 00
88. Twel fth Ni ght

*–S.C. Agarwal 75. 00
89. The Two Gentlemen of Verona –S. P. Sen Gupt a 15. 00
SHAW, BERNARD
90. Arms and the Man

* –R.S. Saxena 75. 00
ENGLI SH LI TERATURE—DRAMA
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91. Candida –Charu Mehrot ra IN PRESS
92. Candida

* –M. R. Vedant 75. 00
93. Man And Superman

–Kal yan Nat h Dut t a 60. 00
94. Pygmalion* –R. L. Ti wari 60. 00
95. Saint Joan

–Kal yan Nat h Dut t a 60. 00
96. The Apple Cart* –R. L. Ti wari 25. 00
SHELLEY, P.B.
97. Prometheus Unbound

–S. C. Mundhra 60. 00
SHERIDAN
98. The Rivals

* –M. N. Si nha 80. 00
99. The School For Scandal

* –M. N. Si nha 70. 00
SWINBURNE
100. Atalanta in Calydon

–S. P. Sen Gupt a IN PRESS
SYNGE, J.M.
101. The Tragic View in the Plays of J.M. Synge –P. C. Davi d 90. 00
102. The Playboy of the Western World

–P. P. Meht a 25. 00
103. Riders to the Sea

* –S. P. Sen Gupt a & S. C. Mundhra 45. 00
WEBSTER, JOHN
104. The Duchess of Malfi

* –A. N. Gupt a, Ruchi Shi nghal 100. 00
105. The White Devil

–K. A. Agarwal 70. 00
WILDE, OSCAR
106. The Importance of Being Earnest

–P. P. Meht a 45. 00
RUSSIAN & FRENCH LITERATURE
CAMUS, ALBERT
1. The Outsi der –J. Prasad 120. 00
CHEKHOV, A.P.
2. The Cherry Orchard

* –R. L. Ti wari 45. 00
DOSTOEVESKY
3. Crime & Punishment –S. P. Sen Gupt a 45. 00
GORKY, MAXIM
4. Mother –R. L. Ti wari 80. 00
TOLSTOY, LEO
5. Anna Karenina –S. P. Sen Gupt a 40. 00
6. War & Peace –S. P. Sen Gupt a 25. 00
AMERICAN LITERATURE
1. A Reader’s Guide to American Literature –S. C. Mundhra 160.00
2. An Approach to Ameri can Li terature – N.S. Sahu 150. 00
RALPH WALDOEMERSON' S VISION OFNATURE, ART AND LIFE; HENRY DAVID THOREAU
AND THE NEW CRITICISM;EDGAR ALLAN POE: THE POET AS AN ARTIST, CRITIC AND
RUSSIAN AND FRENCH LI TERATURE
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THINKER; WALT WHITMAN, THEWORLD POET; HERMAN MELVILLE; A MAJOR ARTIST;
NATHANI EL HAWTHORNE' S QUEST FOR THE USABLE PAST, AND SYMBOLI C BUT
ETHICAL IDEALISM; MARK TWAIN, THE ARTIST; THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY
FINN: MARK TWAIN' S PLEA FOR SOCIAL CONCERNS; EMILY DICKINSON AS A POET OF
LOVE, AND BEAUTY; HENRY JAMES: A PROPHET OF AMERICAN INNOCENCE, ROBERT
FROST: A POET OF ETERNAL THEMES; ‘MAN' AND ‘TRADITION' IN EUGENE O' NEILL' S
PLAYS; LORE OF JEWISHNESS IN MAXWELL ANDERSON; IRONY AND PARADOX IN
MAXWELL ANDERSON' S PLAYS; "SATURDAY' S CHILDREN" : A PLAY WITH THE THEME
OF CONTEMPORANEITY; SATURDAY' S CHILDREN: A QUEST FOR FREEDOM; THERE
SHALL BE NO NIGHT : A DRAMA OF SOCIO-POLITICAL DISINTEGRATION; WILLIAM
FAULKNER: A TYPICAL CREATIVE WRITER; ERNEST HEMINGWAY : AN ADVOCATE OF
THE‘LOST GENERATION' ; T.S. ELIOT' S SENSEOF‘HISTORY' AND ‘TIME' ; T.S. ELIOT AND
HIS CRITICAL CANON; DEATH OF A SALESMAN: A POINT IN CASE ABOUT AMERICAN
DREAM; ‘BLACK HUMOR' : A NEW PERSPECTIVEIN HUMOUR; DEATH OFA SALESMAN:
A PLAY ABOUT SUCCESS-MYTH; THECRUCIBLE: A COMMENT ON ‘FAIR TRIAL' ; IRONY
AND HUMOUR IN "WHO' S AFRAID OFVIRGINIA WOOLF:"; EDWARD ALBEE, THENIHILIST,
SAUL BELLOW: A VOICE IN MODERNISM; SAUL BELLOW' S THE ADVENTRES OF THE
AUGIE MARCH: L A STYDY IN HOPELESS NIHILISM
3. History of American Literature –Raghukul Ti l ak 125. 00
4. Selected Questions on History of American Literature
— Raghukul Ti l ak, Anurama Gupt a 72. 00
ALBEE, EDWARD
5. The Zoo Story –S. C. Mundhra 25. 00
6. Who is Afraid of Virginia Woolf? –S. C. Mundhra 20. 00
DICKINSON, EMILY
7. Essential Emily Dickinson (Selected Poems)

–J. Sri Hari Rao 80. 00
1. ON THIS WONDROUS SEA (4) 2. I HAVEA BIRD IN SPRING(5) 3. SLEEP IS SUPPOSED TO
BE(13) 4. ADRIFT ! A LITTLEBOAT ADRIFT ! (30) 5. I NEVERLOST AS MUCHBUT TWICE(49)
6. I OFTEN PASSED THE VILLAGE (51) 7. IF I SHOULD DIE (54) 8. SUCCESS IS COUNTED
SWEETEST (67) 9. EXULTATION IS THE GOING (76) 10. THE RAINBOW NEVER TELLS ME
(97) 11. A SCIENCE- SOTHESAVANTS SAY (100) 12. THEBEEIS NOT AFRAID OFME(111)
13. WHAT INN IS THIS (115) 14. I HAD SOME THINGS THAT I CALLED MINE (116) 15. TO
FIGHT ALOUD, IS VERY BRAVE(126) 16. BRINGMETHESUNSET IN A CUP (128) 17. THESE
ARE THE DAYS WHEN BIRDS COME BACK (130) 18. DUST IS THE ONLY SECRET (153) 19.
THEMURMUR OFBEE(155) 20. JUST, LOST, WHEN I WAS SAVED ! (160) 21. TOLEARN THE
TRANSPORT BY THE PAIN (167) 22. IF I SHOULDN’T BE ALIVE (182) 23. I’M WIFE - I’VE
FINISHED THAT (199) 24. I TASTE A LIQUOR NEVER BREWED (214) 25. SAFE IN THEIR
ALABASTER CHAMBERS (216) 26. I LIKEA LOOK OFAGONE(241) 27. ‘HOPE’ IS THETHING
WITHFEATHERS(254) 28. THERE’SACERTAINSLANTOFLIGHT(258) 29. I LEFTAFUNERAL,
INMY BRAIN(280) 30. THEROBIN’S MY CRITERIONFORTUNE(285) 31. A CLOCK STOPPED
(287) 32. I’M NOBODY ! WHOAREYOU? (288) 33. OFBRONZE-AND BLAZE(290) 34. I GOT
SO I COULD TAKE HIS NAME (293) 35. THE SOUL SELECTS HER OWN SOCIETY (303) 36.
THE DAY CAME SLOW-TILL FIVE O’CLOCK (304) 37. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DISPAIR
(305) 38. THE SOULS SUPERIOR INSTANTS (306). 39. I SHOULD HAVE BEEN TOO GLAD,
I SEE(313) 40. HEFUMBLES AT YOUR SOUL (315) 41. I’LL TELL YOU HOW THESUM ROSE
(318) 42. THERE CAME DAY AT SUMMER’S FULL (322) 43. SOME KEEP THE SABBATH
GOING TO CHURCH (324) 44. BEFORE I GOT MY EYE PUT OUT (327) 45. A BIRD CAME
DOWN THE WALK (328) 46. AFTER GREAT PAIN, A FORMAL FEELING COMES (341) 47. I
DREADED THAT FIRST ROBIN, SO (348) 48. THERE’S BEEN A DEATH, IN THE OPPOSITE
HOUSE49. SOME-WORK FOR IMMORTALITY (406) 50. YOU’LL KNOW IT-AS YOU KNOW’T
AMERI CAN LI TERATURE
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IS NOON (420) 51. MUCH MADNESS IS DIVINEST SENSE(435) 52. THIS IS MY LETTER TO
THEWORLD(441) 53. I DIEDFORBEAUTY-BUTWASSCARCE(449) 54. I HEARDAFLYBUZZ-
WHEN I DIED (465) 55. GOINGTOHIM! HAPPY LETTER! (494) 56. IT WAS NOT DEATH, FOR
I STOODUP(510) 57. IFYOUWERECOMINGINTHE FALL (511) 58.‘TWASWARM - AT FIRST
-LIKE US (519) 59. I STARED EARLY -TOOK MY DOG (520) 60. TO HEAR AN ORIOLE SING
(526) 61. MINE–BY THE RIGHT TO THE WHITE ELECTION ! (528) 62. I MEASURE EVERY
GRIEFI MEET(561) 63. I LIKETOSEEITLAPTHEMILES(585) 64. I THINKI WASENCHANCED
(593) 65. THEBRAINIS WIDERTHANTHESKY (632) 66. A THOUGHT WENT UP MINDTODAY
(701) 67. BECAUSEI COULD NOT STOP FOR DEATH (712) 68. BEHIND ME-DIPS ETERNITY
(721) 69. I MANYTIMESTHOUGHTPEACEHADCOME(739) 70. RENUNCIATIONISAPIERCING
VIRTUE(754) 71. MY LIFEHAS STOOD - A LOADED GUN (754) 72. DESPAIR’S ADVANTAGE
IS ACHIEVED (799) 73. A LIGHT EXISTS IN SPRING(812) 74. SPRINGIS THEPERIOD (844)
75. THE POETS LIGHT BUT LAMPS (833) 76. A NEARNESS TO TREMENDOUSNESS (963)
77. A NARROW FELLOW IN THE GRASS (986) 78. FURTHER IN SMMER THAN THE BIRDS
(1078) 79. TITLEDIVINE-IS MINE! (1072) 80. THELAST NIGHT THAT SHELIVED (1100) 82.
TOO COLD IS THIS (1135) 83. GREAT STREETS OF SILENCE LED AWAY (1159) 84. HE
PREACHED UPON “ BREADTH” TILL … (1207) 85. THERE IS NO FRIGATE LIKE A BOOK
(1263) 86. THE MUSHROOM IS THE ELF OF PLANT (1298) 87. DEAR MARCH— COME IS
(1320) 88. LAY THIS LAURCI ON THE ONE (1393) 89. BEES ARE BLACK, WITH GILT
SURCINGLES (1405) 90. THOSE NOT LIVE YET (1454) 91. HOW HAPPY IS THE LITTLE
STONE (1510) 92. AS IMPERCEPTIBLY AS GRIEF (1540) 93. THE BIBLE IS AN ANTIQUE
VOLUME (1545) 94. THE FARTHEST THUNDER THAT I HEARD (1581) 95. HE ATE AND
DRANK THE PRECIOUS WORDS (1587) 96. THE CAME A WIND LIKE A BUGLE (1593) 97.
APPARENTLY WITH NOSURPRISE(1624) 98. IN WINTER IN MY ROOM (1670) 99. MY LIFE
CLOSED TWICE BEFORE ITS CLOSE (1772) 100. ELYSIUM IS AS FAR AS TO (1760).
EMERSON
8. Emerson— A Study

–A. N. Dwi vedi 60. 00
ESSAYS : 1. NATURE 2. THE AMERICAN SCHOLAR 3. THE DIVINITY SCHOOL ADDRESS
4.SELF-RELIANCE5. THEOVER-SOUL 6. ART 7. THEPOET 8. LOVE. POEMS : 1. CONCORD
HYMN OR CONCORD FIGHT. 2. EACH AND ALL 3. THE PROBLEM 4. THE SNOW-STORM
5. THRENODY 6. ODE, INSCRIBED TO W.H. CHANNING 7. URIEL 8. HAMATREYA 9.
BRAHMA 10. DAYS. 11. TERMINUS 12. MAIA 13. THE RHODORA.
9. Emerson— The American Scholar –A. N. Dwi vedi 35. 00
FAULKNER, WILLIAM
10. The Sound and the Fury–Ruchi Shi ngal IN PRESS
FROST, ROBERT
11. Robert Frost (A Study of Selected Poems) –A. N. Dwi vedi 50. 00
1. MOWING 2. RELUCTANCE 3. MENDING WALL 4. THE DEATH OF THE HIRED MAN 5.
HOME BURIAL 6. BLUE BERRIES 7. AFTER APPLE-PICKING 8. THE WOOD-PILE 9. THE
ROAD NOT TAKEN 10. BIRCHES 11. BROWN’S DESCENT 12. THE VANISHING RED 13.
FIRE AND ICE 14. NOTHING GOLD CAN STAY 15. STOPPING BY WOODS ON A SNOWY
EVENING 16. THE NEED OF BEING VERSED IN COUNTRY THINGS 17. ACQUAINTED
WITH THE NIGHT. 18. WEST : RUNNING BROOK 19. TWO TRAMPS IN MUD TIME 20.
DEPARTMENTAL 21. DESERT PLACES 22. DESIGN. 23. THE GIFT OUTRIGHT 24. A
CONSIDERABLE SPECK 25. DIRECTIVE.
12. Robert Frost* — A. N. Dwi vedi 40. 00
(BIRCHES, TWO TRAMPS IN MUD TIME, MENDING WALL, THE ROAD NET TAKEN,
FIRE& ICF.)
13. Mowing and Mending Wall * –A. N. Dwi vedi 15. 00
AMERICAN LITERATURE
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HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL
14. The Scarlet Letter –A. N. Dwi vedi 60. 00
HEMINGWAY, ERNEST
15. Ernest Hemingway— The Impact of War 140. 00
on His Life and Works –S. C. Mundhra
16. Ernest Hemingway— A Study in his Evolution –J. P. Tri pat hi 285. 00
17. The Sun Also Rises –S. C. Mundhra 60. 00
18. A Farwell to Arms –S. C. Mundhra 45. 00
19. For Whom the Bell Tolls –S. C. Mundhra 40. 00
20. The Old Man and the Sea –S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
JAMES, HENRY
21. The Portrait of a Lady (IIIrd Edition) –A. N. Dwi vedi 65. 00
MILLER, ARTHUR
22. All My Sons* –O. P. Mal avi ya, Rekha Bhart i 52. 00
23. Death of a Salesman –A. N. Dwi vedi 45. 00
MELVILLE
24. Moby Dick –A. N. Dwi vedi IN PRESS
O’ NEILL, EUGENE
25. Cutural Conflict in the Plays of Eugene O’Neill— Ruchi Shi nghal 150. 00
26. Eugene O’Neill— A Study of his Tragic Vision –P. K. Dey 150. 00
27. Desire Under the Elms –A. N. Dwi vedi 25. 00
28. Mourning Becomes Electra –S. C. Mundhra 35. 00
29. The Emperor Jones –S. C. Mundhra & V. N. S. Chowdhary 60. 00
30. The Iceman Cometh –S. C. Mundhra 20. 00
31. The Hairy Ape –S. C. Mundhra 60. 00
32. The Strange Interlude –S. C. Mundhra 10. 00
PLATH, SYLVIA
33. A Study of Sylvia Plath & her Works–M. V. S. Sarma 40. 00
34. Black Statements: Sylvia Plath’s Poetry and Fiction–Shyamsundar Padi hari 55. 00
SAUL BELLOW
35. Herzog – B.S. Nimavat IN PRESS
POE, EDGAR ALLAN
36. Edgar Allan Poe’s Influence on Detective Fiction–Anupam Bansal 120. 00
TENNESSE, WILLIAMS
37. The Gl ass Menageri e * –O.P. Malaviya 60. 00
THOREAU
38. Civil Disobedience& other essays

–A. N. Dwi vedi 75. 00
1. CI VI L DI SOBEDI ENCE 2. WHERE I LI VED, AND WHAT I LI VED FOR, 3. THE BATTLE
OF THE ANTS
AMERI CAN LI TERATURE
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39. Walden

–A. N. Dwi vedi IN PRESS
TWAIN, MARK
40. Mark Twain— The Novelist –A. N. Dwi vedi 10. 00
41. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – A. N. Dwi vedi 55. 00
WHITMAN, WALT
42. Walt Whitman— Selected Poems

–A. N. Dwi vedi 85. 00
1. ONE’S SELF I SING 2. I HEAR AMERICA SINGING 3. SONG OF MYSELF : GENERAL
INTRODUCTION (I) I CELEBRATE MYSELF (II) I BELIEVE IN YOU MY SOUL (III) TWENTY-
EIGHT YOUNGMEN BATHEBY THESHORE(IV) ANIMALS (V) THESPOTTED HAWK (VI) A
CHILD SAID WHAT IS THEGRASS(VII) I BELIEVEA LEAFOFGRASS 4. NATIVEMOVEMENTS
5. ONCEI PASS’DTHROUGHAPOPULOUSCITY6. I SAW INLOUISIANAALIVEOAKGROWING
7. HEAR IT WAS CHARGED AGAINST ME 8. SONG OF THE OPEN ROAD 9. CROSSING
BORKLYN FERRY 10. PIONEERS! O PIONEERS! 11. OUT OF THE CRADLE ENDLESSLY
ROCKING12. AS I EBB’D WITH THEOCEAN OFLIFE13. ON THEBEACH AT NIGHT 14. THE
DALLIANCE OF THE EAGLES 15. CAVLRY CROSSING A FORD 16. THE WOUND-DRESSER
17. WHEN LILACS LAST IN THE DOORYARD BLOOM’D 18. O CAPTAIN! MY CAPTAIN! 19.
THERE WAS A CHILD WENT FORTH 20. PASSAGE TO INDIA 21. PRAYER OF COLUMBUS
22. THESLEEPERS 23. CHANTINGTHESQUAREDEIFIC24. A NOISELESS PATIENT SPIDER
25. FACES 26. SHUT NOT YOUR DOORS 27. I SIT AND LOOKOUT 28. AS ADAM EARLY IN
THE MORNING 29. WHEREVER YOU ARE HOLDING ME NOW IN HAND.
43. Walt Whitman— A Critical Sur vey –Preet i Gaut am, Joyt i Parasher, 56. 00
Rubi Si ddi qui
(SONG OF MYSELF— SECTION 1, 6, 31, 32, 35, I HEAR IT WAS CHARGED AGAINST ME)
BLACK AMERICAN, COMMONWEALTH
& AFRICAN LITERATURE
1. Essays on David Williams (A novelist from the Canadian Prairie) –B. N. Si ngh 200. 00
2. Essays on Canadian Literature –ed. K. Bal achandran 150. 00
1. STEPHEN GI LL: A SEARCH OF ELYSI UM , 2. M ARGARET AVI SON, THE
SYNTHESI ZER, 3. AN EMI GRANT ARCHETYPALI ZED : A STUDY OF MARGARET, 4.
THE CONCEPT OF ANGER I N A.J.M. SMI TH’ S ‘ LI KE AN OLD PROUD KI NG I N A
PARABLE’ , 5. NI HI LI SM, NI ETZSCHE, AND LAYTON, 6. BEYOND GOD THE FATHER:
THE MANAWAKA NOVELS OF MARGARET LAWRENCE AS A FEMI NI ST REWRI TI NG
OF T.S. ELI OT’ S ‘ FOUR QUARTETS’ , 7. THE TRADI TI ON, THE VALUES AND THE
CHANGES : A STUDY OF RI CHER’ S ‘ SON OF A SMALLER HERO’ ] 8. GAI L SCOTT’ S
‘ HEROINE’ : A FEMINIST CULTURAL MOSAIC, 9. THE TRAVAILS OF THE IMMIGRANT’ S
JOURNEY THROGH GDOGRAPHI CAL AND CULTURAL SPACE : A STUDY OF M.G.
VASSANJI ’ S ‘ NO NEW LAND’ , 10. ATWOOD’ S LADY ORACLE’ : A POST- MODERNI ST
TEXT, 11. CULTURAL CONFLI CT I N THE NOVELS OF MARGARET ATWOOD, 12.
‘ BYOND GENDER‘ :THE I SSUE OF HUMAN DEGNI TY I N THE NOVELS OF MARGERET
ATWOOD, 13. A COMPARATI VE STUDY OF MARGARET ATWOOD’ S ‘ SURFACI NG’
AND ANI TA DESAI ’ S ‘ CRY THE PEACOCK’ , 14. TREATMENT OF WOMEN I N THE
FI CTI ON OF ANI TA DESAI AND MARGARET ATWOOD, 15. ENVI RONMENTAL
CHANGES AND SOCIAL VALUES IN CANADA AND INDIA AS REFLECTED IN CANADIAN
AND INDIAN NOVELS IN ENGLISH, 16. HERO AS QUTSIDER : CANADIAN EXPERIENCE
I N RHHI NTON MI STRY’ S SHORT STORI ES, 17. ALTERNATI VE CULTURE : SHARAN
BUTALA’ S CONCEPT OF NATURE I N ‘ THE PERFECTI ON OF THE MORNI NG’ , 18.
REGI ONALI SM ADN CANADI AN POST- MODERNI SM, 19. ROBERTSON DAVI ES’ ‘ AT
MY HEART’ S CORE’ : A FEMI NI ST RADI NG, 20. ENVI RONMENTAL CHANGES AND
BLACK AMERICAN, COMMONWEALTH & AFRICAN LITERATURE
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SOCI AL VALUES I N THE PLAYS OF MI CHAEL COOK AND DAVI D FRENCH. 21. SOCI AL
PROTEST I N GEORGE RYGA’ S ‘ THE ECSTASY OF RI TA JOE’
3. The Feminist Mode in Commonwealth Literature –R. A. Si ngh 120. 00
1. COPI NG WI TH GENDER AND MAN- MADE LANGUAGE: AN APPROACH TOWARD
FEMI NI SM, 2. FLI GHT FROM RESPONSI BI LI TY OR SEARCH FOR FREEDOM: A STUDY
OF WI THDRAWLM I N FI CTI ON, 3. THE GAME OF POWER: MARGARET ATWOOD’ S
THE HANDMAI D’ S TALE, ANOTA DESAI ’ S CLEAR LI GHT OF DAY AND SHOBHA DE’ S
SNAPSHOTS, 4. FEMI NI NE AWARENESS AND FEMI NI NE SELFHOOD: JEAN RHY’ S
WI DE SARGASSO SEA, MARGARET ATWOOD’ S CAT’ S EYE, BAPSI SI DHWA’ S AN
AMERI CAN BRAT AND SHOBHA DE’ S SOCI ALI TE EVENI NGS 5. A FEMI NI ST READI NG
OF NADI NE GORDI MER’ S A JOURNEY, 6. TRADI TI ON AND WOMEN: A CONTRASTI VE
STUDY I N THE I NDO- CANADI AN CONTEXT, 7. WHO I S AFRAI D OF THE FEMI NI STS?
A CRI TI QUE OF THE NEW WOMAN I N THE NOVELS OF F. SCOTT FI TZGERALD, 8.
WOMAN AS PROFESSOR: A REFLECTI ON OF MARKANDAYA’ S ANTI PATRI ARCHAL
RAGE AND DI VI DED- CONSCI OUSNESS I N POSSESSI ON, 9. THE RAMAYANA, THE
RED OLEANDER AND SURFACI NG: AN ECO- FEMI NI ST PERSPECTI VE, 10. THE
SWORD AND THE NEEDLE: PROTEST I N BAPSI SI DHWA’ S THE PAKI STANI BRI DE,
11. LAJJA/ SHAME: A STUDY I N PATANJALI ’ S CONCEPT OF AVI DYA, 12. THE
SERPANT AND THE ROPE I N ANI TA DESAI ’ S CRY, THE PEACOCK
ACHEBE, CHINUA
4. Anthills of the Savannah– Jaya Lakshmi Rao 55. 00
5. Arrow of God–Jaya Lakshmi Rao 30. 00
6. Culture and Anarchy in the Novels of Chinua Achebe –Jaya Lakshmi Rao 150. 00
INTRODUCTION, THINGS FALL APART, ARROW OF GOD, NOLONGER AT EASE, A MAN
OF THE PEOPLE, CONCLUSION
7. Things Fall Apart (IInd Enlarged Edition) –Jaya Lakshmi Rao 45. 00
ATWOOD, MARGARET
8. Surfacing–R. A. Si ngh In Press
BARAKA, AMIRI
9. Ami ri Baraka: A Cri ti cal Eval uati on–P.K. Dash 60. 00
HURTSON, ZORA
10. There Eyes were Watching God –Mohi ni Chakranarayan 50. 00
MISTRY, ROHINTON
11. That Long Journey –K. V. George IN PRESS
MORRISON, TONI
12. Sul a –Mohini Chakranarayan 70. 00
NAIPAUL, V.S.
13. A House for Mr. Biswas –R. A. Si ngh 35. 00
SIDHWA, BAPSI
14. Ice-Candy Man–I. D. Sharma 22. 00
WALKER, ALICE
15. The Col or Purpl e –Mohini Chakranarayan 60. 00
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GREEK & LATIN LITERATURE
1. A Histor y of Greek Liretrature –S. P. Sen Gupt a 200. 00
AESCHYLUS
2. The Agamemnon–S. P. Sen Gupt a 40. 00
3. The Prometheus Bound –S. P. Sen Gupt a 15. 00
ARISTOPHANES
4. The Cloud –S. P. Sen Gupt a 15. 00
5. The Frogs –S. P. Sen Gupt a 35. 00
ARISTOTLE
6. The Poetics

–S. P. Sen Gupt a & S. C. Mundhra 50. 00
EURIPIDES
7. The Bacchae –S. P. Sen Gupt a 30. 00
8. The Electra –S. P. Sen Gupt a 25. 00
9. The Medea –S. P. Sen Gupt a 55. 00
HOMER
10. lliad –S. P. Sen Gupt a 45. 00
11. Odyssey –S. P. Sen Gupt a 22. 00
HORACE
12. Odes –S. P. Sen Gupt a 25. 00
13. The Art of Poetry

–S. P. Sen Gupt a 35. 00
LONGINUS
14. On the Sublime –S. D. Sharma 50. 00
PLATO
15. The Republic –S. P. Sen Gupt a 30. 00
16. The Symposium –S. P. Sen Gupt a 12. 00
PLATUS
17. Menachmi –S. P. Sen Gupt a 15. 00
18. Ghost (Mostellaria)–S. P. Sen Gupt a 40. 00
SENECA
19. Agamemnon –S. P. Sen Gupt a 15. 00
20. Thyestes –S. P. Sen Gupt a 18. 00
21. The Trojan Women –S. P. Sen Gupt a 15. 00
SOPHOCLES
22. Antigone –S. P. Sen Gupt a 20. 00
23. Oedipus Rex ( Oedipus The King) –S. P. Sen Gupt a 40. 00
VIRGIL
24. The Aeneid –S. P. Sen Gupt a 60. 00
25. The Pastoral Poems –S. P. Sen Gupt a 15. 00
GREEK AND LATIN LI TERATURE
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INDIAN-ENGLISH LITERATURE
1. A Survey of Indi an Engl i sh Li terature –Satish Kumar
a. Vol . I Indi an Engl i sh Poetry 250. 00
b. Vol . II Indi an Engl i sh Prose 140. 00
c. Vol . III Indi an Engl i sh Drama 90. 00
d. Vol . IV Indi an Engl i sh Novel 220. 00
2. Contemporary Indian English Poetry (An Anthology) –I. H. Ri zvi 40. 00
3. Contemporary Indian English Poetry –B. K. Das 60. 00
4. Contemporary Indi an Engl i sh Verse –A. N. Dwivedi
a. Vol . I Essays on Femal e Poets 150. 00
FEMININE AND ANDROGYNOUS VOICE: CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH VERSE BY INDIAN
WOMEN; EVE' SONG; CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH VERSE BY INDIAN WOMEN; ANNA
SUJATHA MODAYIL; CHITRA PERSHAD, ROHINI, GUPTA AND DOROTHY SINHA; GAURI
DESHPANDE; GAURI PANT; KAMALA DAS; LAKSHMI KANNAN; LALI THA
VENKATESWARAN; LEELA DHARAMRAJ, IRA DE AND TAPATI MOOKERJI; LILA RAY;
MARGARET CHATTERJEE; MARY ANN DAS GUPTA AND NASIMA AZIZ- TOALIEN VOICES;
MEENA ALEXANDER; MONIKA VARMA; RITA DALMIYA, RENU ROY AND ZAHIDA ZAIDI ;
ROSHEN ALKAZI AND MAMTA KALIA; SUNITA JAIN-THE CELEBRANT OF LOVE; SUNITI
NAMJOSHI - ART AND ARTI FI CE I N HER WORK; TI LOTTAMA RAJAN AND UMA
PARMESWARAN; VIMALA RAOAND MALATHI RAO
b. Vol . II Essays on Mal e Poets 175. 00
ADAMS' SONG: CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH VERSEBY INDIAN MEN; THEINDIAN POETRY
IN ENGLISH : THE CONTEMPORARY SITUATION; THE POETRY OF ADIL JUSSAWALLA;
THEPOETRY OFA.K. RAMANUJAN; ARUN KOLATKAR AND THETHREEVALUE-SYSTEMS;
THE POETRY OF C.RAJU; THE CANDLE THAT DISCOVERED DARKNESS: THE POETRY OF
DEB KUMAR DAS; DOM MORAES: A RE-ASSESSMENT OF HIS POETRY; GIEVE PATEL' S
POETRY: AN EXPLORATION OF THE ' BODY' ; CAUGHT IN THE CURRENTS OF TIME: A
STUDY IN THEPOETRY OFJAYANTA MAHAPATRA; J.P. DAS: AN APPRAISAL; ‘POETRY FOR
I TSELF' : THE POETRY OF K.D. KATRAK; KESHAV MALI K: THE TOTAL POET; K.N.
DARUWALLA' S POETRY: AN ASSESSMENT, THE POETRY OF KRISHNA SRINIVAS: AN
ASSESSMENT; INFLASH AND ORCHESTRA: A NOTE ON K.V.S MURTI' S MUSE; NISSIM
EZEKIEL; O.P. BHATNAGAR' S POETRY: THEMEANINGFUL GLANCE; P. LAL' S POETRY: THE
HOLY TRINITY OFNATURE, LOVEAND MAN; PRANAB BANDYOPADHYAY; ‘TONIGHT THIS
SAVAGE RITE' : A PERSPECTIVE OF PRITISH NANDY' S LOVE POEMS; THE POETRY OF
RAKSHAT PURI : AN ANALYSI S; R. PARTHASARATHY' S ROUGH PASSAGE' ; R.
RAVINDRANATH MENON' S POETRY; FROM CHIMNEY TO THE SKY: SATYA DEV JAGGI' S
POETRY; SHANKAR MOKASHI-PUNEKAR : SOME NOTES ON HIS POETRY; ‘THE SAME
ROUTEASMYANCESTORSTOOK' : ASTUDYOFTHEINDIANSENSIBILITYINSHIVKUMAR'S
WORKS; S. SANTHI: THE MONARCH OF WIT AND HUMOUR; SUBHAS SAHA: LOVE, NOT
LIVE WITH, PEACE; RE-CREATING ' THE LIVING SCENES OF CONTEMPORARY LIFE' : THE
POETRY OFSYED AMANUDDIN; SYED AMEERUDDIN' S; POETRY: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL
5. Critical Studies in Indian Writing in English –R. K. Gupt a 75. 00
IMAGERY IN CRY, THEPEACOCK, ONTOLOGICAL ENTITY IN RAJA RAO’S THESERPENT AND
THE ROPE, PESTILENCE AND ENDURANCE: A STUDY OF BHABANI BHATTACHARYA’S HE
WHORIDESATIGER, MYSTICVALUEOFAURUM FORTOUTLEMONDE: ASTUDYOFBHABANI
BHATTACHARYA’S A GODDESS NAMED GOLD, A VISION OFLIFE: KAMALA MARKANDAYA’S
NECTAR IN A SIEVE, FEVERISH FALLACY: TEH CALCUTTA CHROMOSOME, THECONCEPT OF
‘NEW WOMAN’ INANITADESAI’SCLEARLIGHTOFDAY, TRAUMAOFAHOUSEWIFE: ASTUDY
OF FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN, IMAGE OF WOMAN IN SHASHI DESHPANDE’S ROOTS AND
SHADOWS, BHABANI BHATTACHARYA’S SOMANY HUNGERS: A PLEA FOR SOCIAL REALITY,
QUEST FOR TRUTH: A STUDY OF ONTOLOGY IN RAJA RAO’S THE CHESSMASTER AND HIS
I NDI AN- ENGLI SH LI TERATURE
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MOVES: A SAGA OFLOVE, A.K. RAMANUJAN: A POET PAR-EXCELLENCE, POETICWORLD OF
SRI AUROBINDO: A TOUR D’HORIZON, THE EXISTENTIAL PREDICAMENT: A LINCH-PIN IN
NAYANTARA SAHGAL’S THE DAY IN SHADOW, THE CONCEPT OF NEW-WOMAN IN SHASHI
DESHPANDE’S NOVEL: THAT LONGS SILENCE, MAN-WOMAN RELATIONSHIP: A STUDY OF
ARUNDHATI ROY’S THEGOD OFSMALL THINGS, A FEMINIST VOICE: A STUDY OFKAMALA
DAS’SPOEMS. SUBMISSIVESOUL: ASTUDYINSALMANRUSHDIES’SMIDNIGHT’SCHILDREN,
HUMANISTICNOTE: A STUDY IN M.R. ANAND’S THEOLD WOMAN AND THECOW
6. Eagle in Flight (Symbols in Indo English Literature)–Q. Z. Al am 150. 00
7. Feminism & Indian English Fiction –P. M. Nayak & S. P. Swai n 100. 00
8. Fits & Misfits— A Study of Anita Desai' s Protagonists 110. 00
–V. L. V. N. Narendra Kumar
9. Four Indo-Anglian Poets –A. N. Dwi vedi 40. 00
1. TORUDUTT, 2. R. N. TAGORE, 3. AUROBINDO, 4. SAROJINI NAUDU
10. Indian Aestecism in R.K. Narayan and other 60. 00
Indo-English Novelists –S. C. Sanayal
11. Indian English historical Fiction— An Assessment –M. A. Jeyaraj u IN PRESS
12. Indian Novels in English— A Sociolinguistic Study–Jagdeep Sarangi 175. 00
I NTRODUCTI ON, MULKRAJ ANAND AND RAJA RAO, R.K. NARAYAN, BHABANI
BHATTACHARYA AND KHUSHWANT SINGH, RAMA MEHTA AND ANITA DESAI, AMITAV
GHOSH AND ARUNDHATIROY, CONCLUSION
13. Indi an Poetry i n engl i sh : A Cri ti cal Apprai sal — A.N. Prasad 75. 00
INDIAN POETRY IN ENGLISH : A BIRD' S EYEVIEW ; FIVESELECTED POEMS OF INDIAN
POETRY IN ENGLISH : A CASESTUDY: THEHARP OFINDIA BY HENRY L- DEROZIO; OUR
CASUARINA TREEBY TORU DUTT ; ENTERPRISEBY NISSIM EZEKIEL ; AN INTRODUCTION
BY KAMALA DAS ; ANOTHLER VIEW OF GRACE BY A. K. RAMANUJAN ; SYMBOLISM IN
TAGORE' S GITANJALI : THEIMAGEOFVESSEL ; THEIMAGEOFFLUTE/LYRE/HARP/VINA
; THE IMAGE OF MUSIC ; THE IMAGE OF FLOWER ; THE IMAGE OF DRESS/GARMENT/
ORNAMENT ; THE IMAGE OF DOOR/GATE ; THE IMAGE OF FIRE ; THE IMAGES OF THE
DUST, DARKNESS, SHROUD ; THEIMAGEOFSILENT STEPS ; THEIMAGEOFBEAUTIFUL
WOMAN ; THEIMAGEOFJOURNEY/VOYAGE/TRAVELS ; TAGORE' S FRUIT GATHERING:
AWORKOFSYMBOLICEXUBERANCES; FRUIT AND FLOWER ; DOOR ; UNHEARD MELODY
; SAILOR/TRAVELLER ; LAMP ; SOMESHORT POEMS OF SRI AUROBINDO: A BLENDING
OF ART AND MYSTICISM : THE TIGER AND THE DEER ; A CHILD' S IMAGINATION ;
TRANSFORMATI ON ; NI RVANA ; THE POEMS OF SWAMI VIVEKANANDA: A FINE
CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN POETRY AND PHILOSOPHY : THE CUP ; TO AN EARLY
VIOLET ; SAROJINI NAIDU' S POETRY : AN EVERGREEN PLANT OF VEDANTICFRUIT AND
POETIC FRAGRANCE : VILLAGE SONG ; MY SOULS PRAYER ; SONGS OF RADHA :THE
QUEST ; IN SALUTATION TO THE ETERNAL PEACE ; THE POETRY OF NISSIM EZEKIEL:
A FINE FUSION OF FEELING AND FORM : ISLAND ; THE NIGHT OF THE SCORPION ;
PHILOSOPHY ; THE POET, LOVER, BIRD WATCHER ; JAYANT MAHAPATRA : A POET OF
COMPETENT CRAFT : DAWN AT PURI : AGAIN ONEDAY ; THEMOUNTAIN SNOW IN IOWA
CITY ; FOREIGN FOLIAGEON NATIVEROOT : A BRIEFSTUDY OFNISSIM EZEKIEL, P. LAL,
KAMALA DAS AND A.K. RAMANUJAN ; SELECT READINGLIST
14. Indianness in Major Indo-English Novels –S. C. Sanayal 125. 00
15. Indo-Anglian Fiction— An Assessment –P. P. Meht a IN PRESS
16. Indo-Anglian Literature (An Outline) –R. K. Badal 15. 00
17. Modern Indian-English Poetry –B. K. Das 50. 00
18. Ori gi n, Devel opment and Hi story of Indi an Engl i sh Poetry 220. 00
– Rizvi, Rizvi
19. Persecuted Women in Indo-Anglian Novels–Aruni ma Si ngh 100. 00
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I NTRODUCTI ON, A HI STORI CAL PERSPECTI VE, THE GENESI S OF PERSECUTI ON,
MARRIAGE AND PERSECUTION, REMEDIAL MEASURES, CONCLUSION
20. Perspectives on Indian English Poetry Criticism –B. K. Das 75. 00
INDIAN POETICS AND THE INDIAN ENGLISH CRITICS, INDIAN ENGLISH POETRY AND
INDIAN ENGLISH CRITICISM, AUROBINDO: THECRITIC, POONEERS: K.R.S. IYENGER, V.K.
GOKAK AND C.D. NARASIMHAIAH, ACADAMICCRITICISM: V.A. SHAHANE, M.K. NAIK AND
OTHER, POET CRI TI CS, : NI SSI M EZEKI EL, R. PARTHASARATHY, P. LAL AND O.P.
BHATNAGER, INDIAN ENGLSIH CRITICISM: THERECENT SCENE, FOREIGN CRITICS: DAVID
MCCUTCHION, H.M. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM WALSH, BRUCEKINGAND JOHN OLIVER PERRY
21. Political Consciousness in the Post Independence Indian English Fiction IN PRESS
–O. P. Mat hur
22. Response : Recent Revelations of Indian Fiction In English –H. M. Prasad 85. 00
PERSPECTIVES: LANGUAGEAND AUDIENCE, REALISM: ROOTS AND FOLIAGE, CULTURE:
HERITAGE AND HERESY, QUEST: BEYOND AND WITHIN, THE MYTHIC PARALLEL: A
STUDY IN ANAND’S LETER FICTION, IRONY AS STANCE AND VISION: A COMPARATIVE
STUDY OF V.S. NAIPUAL’S THE MYSTIC MASSEUR AND R.K. NARAYAN’S THE GUIDE,
PHILOSOPHY INTOFICTION: A STUDY OFTHETHEMATICASPECT OFRAJA RAO’S NOVELS,
THE QUEST FOR EXEPRIMENT IN ALL ABOUT H. HETTER, BHABHANI BHATTACHARYA:
THE NOVELIST OF SOCIAL FERMENT, A NOVEL OF INDIA’S LOST GENERATION; A BEND
IN THE GANGES, THE QUINTESSENCE OF KAMALA MARKANDAYA’S ART, SHANTHA
RAMA RAU: THE IMAGINATION OF FACT, KHUSWANT SINGH’S I SHALL NOT HEAR THE
NIGHTINGALE:AN ANALYSIS, BALCHANDRA RAJAN: A RETURN OF THE NATIVE, THE
DUALITY OF EXPERIENCE IN JHABVALA’S HEAT AND DUST, THE VISITOR AND THE
EXILE: A STUDY IN ANITA DESAI’S BY BY BLACKBIRD A VIEW OFWHERESHALL I GOTHIS
SUMMER?, THEART AND VISION OFARUN JOSHI, FROM CATERPILLAR TOBUTTERFLY;
STAGES IN RAHUL’S METAMORPHOSIS TO SAINTHOOD, A POET’S TALE: A DOLL FOR
THE CHILD PROSTITUTE, DENIZENS OF ETERNITY, AFTERWORD–MULK RAJ ANAND
23. Studies in Indian Drama in English –A. N. Prasad & S. Yadav 150. 00
INDIAN ENGLISH DRAMA: TRADITION AND ACHIEVEMENT, SYMBOLISM IN TAGOREPLAY
‘THE POST OFFICE’, TAGORE’S ‘CHITRA’: A MIRROR OF MUSIC AND METAPHORIC
STRUCTURE, RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCEAS DRAMA: “ THEKINGOFTHEDARK CHAMBER” ,
R.N. TAGORE’S “ CHITRA” : A SEARCH FOR SIMILARITIES, FEMINNINESWAY IN TAGORE’S
PLAYS, SRI AUROBINDOO: THEPLAYWRIGHT, SRI AUROBINDO’S “ VASAVADUTTA” : THE
DRAMA OFREASISM AND ROMANCE, GIRISH KARNAD’S FEMALEPROTAGONISTS: THEIR
JOURNEY FROM IDENTITY TORECOGNITION, MYTHS IN GIRISH KARNAD’D PLAYS, “ INDIA
THEN AND NOW” THE CONTEMPORARY RELEVANCE OF GIRISH KARNAD’S “ TALE-
DANDA” , INDIANNESS IN GIRISH KARNAD’S “ HAYAVADANA” , “ TUGHLAQ: A STUDY IN
PATANJALI’S CONCEPT OF ABHINNIVESA, FALL OF A SULTAN : A STUDY OF “ TUGHLAQ” ,
VIJAY TENDULKAR’S “ KAMALA” : THETHEATRE OF CRUELTY, “ GHASIRAM KOTWAL” : AN
EVIL PROJECTION, CELEBRATION OF VIOLENCE A STUDY OF VIJAY TENDULKAR’S “ THE
VULTURES, ARJUN’S DOUBT : A STUDY OF GOPAL GANDHI’S “ DARA SHUKOH” , MOHAN
RAKESH’S “ ADHURE” : ADHA ADHURA PLAY-POINT OF VIEW, THE MAN, THE MISTRESS,
THE WILL: THE MOTIFS IN MAHESH DATTANI’S “ WHERE THERE IS A WILL.”
24. Studies in Indo-Anglian Literature –K. N. Joshi & B. Syamal aRao 60. 00
25. Studi es i n Indi an Engl i sh Poetry –S. Z. H. Abidi, C.L. Khatri 150. 00
26. The Impact of Gandhism on Indo-English Fiction –I. Venkat eswarl u 150. 00
27. The Indian Short Story in English –C. V. Venugopal 40. 00
28. The Indi an Poeti cs (wi th speci al reference to Bharata’s Natyashastra) 60. 00
–B.S. Nimavat
29. The Problem of Alienation in the Post-Independence 200. 00
Indo-Anglian Fiction –M. D. Si ngh
30. The West Looks at India –K. N. Joshi 25. 00
31. Thematic Dichotomy of Writing in Indian English, Indology 45. 00
and Culture –S. D. Sharma
32. Themes i n the Indi an Short Story i n Engl i sh—An Hi stori cal and
Cri ti cal Survey –M.D. Melwani 175. 00
SECTION I: THE BEGINNINGS 1835- 1935
INDIAN- ENGLISH LITERATURE
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SECTION II: THEFIRST FLOWERING1935-1945 MULK RAJ ANAND, R.K.NARAYAN, RAJA
RAO, MANJERI S. ISVARAN, OTHERS (A) KHWAJA AHMAD ABBAS (B) ELA SEN (C) LOUIS
GRACIOUS
SECTION III: THEFIFTIES ATTIA HOSAIN, KHUSHWANT SINGH, OTHERS (A) G.D. KHOSLA
(B) S.K. CHETTUR (C) SACHINDRA MUZUMDAR (D) N.S.PHADKE
SECTION IV: THESECOND FLOWERING:1960-1970 RUTH PRAWAR JHABVALA, BUNNY
REUBEN, THE GENTLE VOI CES, BHABANI BHATTACHARYA, OTHERS ( A) R.DE L.
FURTADO, (B) LESLIE DE NORONHA,
SECTION V: THE BLOSSOMING CONTINUED 1970-1980 PADMA HEJMADI, KEKI N.
DARUWALLA, ANITA DESAI, HAMDI BEY, THE VOICES OF YOUTH (A) JUG SURAIYA (B)
VI VEK ADARKAR SHASHI DESHPANDE, ARUN JOSHI , KAMALA DAS, MANOHAR
MALGONKAR, A.D.GORWALA, OTHERS (A) SASTHI BRATA, (B) JAI NIMBKAR, (C) SUJATHA
BALA SUBRAHMANIAN, (D) RAJI NARASIMHAN, (E) JULIETTE BANERJEE, (F) SAROS
COWASJEE, (G) S.B. CAPOOR, (H) NERGIS DALAL
SECTION VI: AN EXTENDED SPRINGVIKRAM CHANDRA, AMIT CHAUDHURI, LAVANYA
SANKARAN, RADHIKA JHA, MANJULA PADMANABHAN, SHREE GHATAGE, DIANA
ROMANY, R. RAJA RAO, TEMSULA AO, GITHA HARIHARAN, ANITA NAIR, VIJAY LAKSHMI,
ESTHER DAVID, SANGEETA WADHWANI, ANJANA APPACHANA, MEHER PESTONJI,
SUSAN VISVANATHAN, NISHA DA CUNHA, RISHI REDDI, SHEELA JAYWANT, UMA
PARAMESWARAN, SHINIEANTONY, BIKIKA LALOOTARIANGSECTIONVII: THEPROSPECT
33. Three Political Indo-English Novelists — R. A. Si ngh 50. 00
Salman Rushdie, Khushwant Singh, Chaman Nahal
ANAND, MULK RAJ
34. Coolie* –S. Z. H. Abi di 12. 50
35. Coolie –S. Z. H. Abi di 25. 00
36. Untouchable*–S. Z. H. Abi di 50. 00
ANANTHAMURTHY, U. R.
37. Samskara –I. D. Sharma 45. 00
AUROBINDO
38. Sri Aurobindo— Critical Considerations (IInd Enlarged Edition) 300. 00
–O. P. Mat hur
39. Sri Aurobi ndo’s Savi tri : Essays of Love, Li fe and Death– R.K. Singh 250. 00
1.SAVITRI:SRI AUROBINDO’S SPIRITUAL ROMANCE 2. SRI AUROBINDO’S YOGA: THE
PHILOSOPHY OFCONSCIOUS SELF-FINDING3. SRI AUROBINDO’S POETICS: AUTONOMY
OF THE SPIRIT 4. SOMEREFKECTIONS ON THE MYTHICAL CONSTRUCTION OF DEATH
IN SAVITRI 5. ISIS 1.REVELATI-OSIRIS: A RECONSTRUCTION IN SAVITRI 6. EMILY
DICKINSON AND SRI AUROBINDO: AN ‘OVERHEAD’ CONFLUENCE OF LOVE, LIFE, AND
DEATH 7. THE POET OF SAVITRI: A STUDY OF IN ROMANTIC STRAIN 8. THE EPIC
TRADITION AND SAVITRI 9. THE TEXTURE OF SAVITRI 10. APPENDICES: EXTRACTS
FROM SAVITRI: A LEGEND AND A SYMBOL ‘THE SYMBOL DAWN DAWN’, PART ONE,
BOOK ONE, THEBOOK OFBEGINNINGS, ‘THEWORD OFFATE, PART TWO, BOOK SIX, THE
BOOK OF FATE, ‘THE DEBATE OF LOVE AND DEATH’, PART THREE, BOOK TEN, THE
BOOK OF THE DOUBLE TWILIGHT, ‘ THE RETURN OF EARTH’ , PART THREE, BOOK
TWELVE, EPILOGUE, 11. SRI AUROBINDO’S LIFE–A GLIMPSE
40. Savitri— A Spiritual Epic –R. K. Si ngh 65. 00
41. A Study of Savitri and Other Select Poems

–A. N. Dwi vedi 72. 00
1.REVELATION 2.TRANSFORMATION 3.THOUGHT THE PARACLETE 4.ROSE OF GOD
5.TRANCE OF WAITING 6.THE TIGER AND THE DEER 7.A DREAM OF SURVEAL SCIENCE
8.FROM ILIAN–THETROJAN WAR 9.SAVITRI— (A)THESYMBOLS DAWN (BOOK1, CANTO1)
(B)THE ISSUE (BOOK1, CANTO2) (C)THE VISION AND THE BOON (BOOK 3, CANTO 4)
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42. Young Aurobi ndo’s Vi si on: The Vazi ers of Bassora –M.K. Mishra 200. 00
BHATTACHARYA, BHABANI
43. A Goddess Named Gold –B. Syamal a Rao 40. 00
44. Dream in Hawai –B. Syamal a Rao 45. 00
45. He Who Rides a Tiger –B. Syamal a Rao 45. 00
46. Music For Mohini –B. Syamal a Rao 15. 00
47. Shadow From Ladakh –B. Syamal a Rao 55. 00
48. So Many Hungers –B. Syamal a Rao 35. 00
BHARAT
49. The Indi an Poeti cs (wi th speci al reference to Bharata’s Natyashastra) 60. 00
–B.S. Nimavat
CHAUDHARY, NIRAD C.
50. Nirad C. Chaudhary— The Man and the Writer –Sat i sh Kumar 12. 00
51. A Passage to England –Sat i sh Kumar 35. 00
52. The Autobiography of an Unknown Indian –Sat i sh Kumar 25. 00
CURIMBHOY, ASIF
53. The Dol drumers –S.S. Agarwal 55. 00
DARUWALLA, KEKI N.
54. Keki N. Daruwalla— An Assesment as a Poet –R. A. Si ngh 90. 00
55. The Keeper of the Dead –R. A. Si ngh 20. 00
56. The Poeti c Worl d of Keki N. Daruwal l a –A.K. Sinha & Sanjay Singh In Press
DATANI, MAHESH
57. Tara–Shubra Tri pat hi 60. 00
58. The Dramati c Worl d of Mahesh Dattani –Amarnath Prasad 90. 00
DESAI, ANITA
59. Existential Characters of Arun Joshi & Anita Desai –R. A. Si ngh 90. 00
60. Fire on the Mountain IN PRESS
61. The Mind and Art of Anita Desai –J. P. Tri pat hi 60. 00
62. Bye-Bye Blackbird –R. A. Si ngh 35. 00
63. Clear Light of Day –R. A. Si ngh 12. 00
64. Cry, The Peacock* –R. A. Si ngh 30. 00
65. Voices in the City–O. P. Mal vi ya IN PRESS
66. Study of Love, Sex & Marriage in the Novels of Anita Desai –Vi nay Dubey 95. 00
DESHPANDE, SHASHI
67. The Dark Holds No Terror –Meenu Dubey In Press
DEVI, AASHAPURNA
68. Snakebite & The Distant Window –P. K. Dash 50. 00
DEVI, MAHASWETA
69. Rudali –I. D. Sharma 50. 00
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70. Ancient Ballads & Legends of Hindustan

–A. N. Dwi vedi 75. 00
71. Lakshman

*
–S. C. Agarwal 20. 00
72. Savitri

*
–S. C. Agarwal 50. 00
EZEKIEL, NISSIM
73. Ezekiel, Nissim Select Poems –Ram Sharma 60. 00
PHILOSOPHY; NIGHT OFTHESCORPION; POET, LOVER, BIRD-WATCHER; ENTERPRISE;
THE VISITOR; GOOD BYE PARTY FOR MISS PUSHPA T.S.; POEM OF THE SEPARATION;
BACKGROUND CASUALLY; IN INDIA; MARRIAGE; VERY INDIAN POEM IN INDIAN ENGLISH;
LAWN; THE COMPANY I KEEP; MY CAT; IN THE COUNTRY COTTAGE; TWO IMAGES
GANDHI, M. K.
74. Mahatma Gandhi— The Man and the Writer –Sat i sh Kumar 12. 00
75. The Stor y of My Experiments with Truth –Sat i sh Kumar 50. 00
76. The Hind Swaraj–Sat i sh Kumar 50. 00
GHOSH, AMITAV
77. The Shadow Lines –I. D. Sharma 30. 00
JHABVALA, R.P.
78. The Novels of R.P. Jhabvala –V. P. Si ngh In Press
JOSHI, ARUN
79. Existential Characters of Arun Joshi & Anita Desai –R. A. Si ngh 90. 00
80. The Foreigner –R. A. Si ngh 25. 00
81. The Strange Case of Mr. Billy Biswas–R. A. Si ngh 20. 00
KALIDASA
82. Abhijnanasakuntalam–I. D. Sharma (II
nd
Edition) 45. 00
INDIAN- ENGLISH LITERATURE
A SURVEY of
INDIAN-ENGLISH LITERATURE
in four volumes
by: Sat i sh Kumar
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…It is a comprehensive critical review of Indian English writing from before
the war years and coming of Freedom, till now.
…it is a liberal, collection of appreciations of the novels in Indian English
in our country from the beginnings to Vikram Seth and, of course the
woman novelists.
…from the point of view of its contents it is the most comprehensive, recreation
of Indian English Writing after the first book of Dr. Srinivas Iyengar.
Mu l k Ra j An a n d
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KARNAD, GIRISH
83. Hayavadana –B. S. Ni mavat 30. 00
84. Fire and the Rain–Shubhra Tri pat hi IN PRESS
85. Nagamandala–C. L. Khat ri 60. 00
86. Tale-Danda–Shubhra Tri pat hi 55. 00
87. Tuglaq –Om Prakash & M. Sen 60. 00
88. Tughlaq* –V. B. Si ngh 28. 00
KRISHNAMURTY, J.
89. J. Kri shnamurty: A rare Mysti c –B.S. Nimavat 70. 00
MAHAPATRA, JAYANTA
90. Perspectives on Relationship & Later Day Psalms –B. K. Das 20. 00
91. Relationship – S. K. Padhi 30. 00
MALGONKAR, MANOHAR
92. The Novels of Manohar Malgonkar –R. A. Si ngh 60. 00
93. A Bend in the Ganges –S. Z. H. Abi di 18. 00
MARKANDAYA, KAMLA
94. The Novels of Kamala Markandaya–R. A. Si ngh 60. 00
THE I NDI AN ETHOS, THE FREEDOM MOVEMENT, THE HI STORI CAL VI SI ONS, THE
IDENTITY CRISIS, THE CULTURAL CLASHES, THE RACIAL RELATION, THE INDIAN
SENSIBILITY, THECRAFT OFFICTION, THENARRATIVEDESIGN, IMAGERY AND SYMBOL,
THE LANGUAGE AND STYLE, CULTURAL DUALISM IN KAMALA MARKANDAYA
ORIGIN, DEVELOPMENT AND HISTORY OF INDIAN ENGLISH POETRY
pp.: 250 By: Rizvi, Rizvi Rs.: 220.00
If one wants to know about the post- Independence Indi an Engl i sh poetry, one needs to read
poetry of such poets as "P.Lal , Kri shna Sri ni vas, Ni ssi m Ezeki el , Kamal a Das, Keshav Mal i k,
Pri ti sh Nandy, Shi v K. Kumar, Jayanta Mahapatra, O.P. Bhatnagar, Maha Nand Sharma, Bal dev
Mi rza, I.H.Ri zvi , R.K.Si ngh, K.N. Daruwal l a, Dwarkanath H. Kabadi , and Syed Ameeruddi n."
For a cl earer pi cture, I woul d l i ke to add the names of a few more poets to thei r l i st: I.K. Sharma,
P. Raj a, Gopal Honnal gere, Bi bhu Padhi , Mani Rao, Anuradha Nal apet, Mari a Netto, Mamang
Dai , Angel ee Deodhar, Kal a Ramesh, K. Ramesh, PCK Prem, and R. Rabi ndranath Menon.
Not that Ri zvi and Ri zvi have not i ncl uded these poets i n thei r revi ew of the Indi an Engl i sh
poeti c scene. In fact, i n a bri ef span of about 240 pages, they have careful l y, neatl y, and
i magi nati vel y wri tten about the ori gi n and poeti cal scenari o i n the fi rst hal f of the 19th century,
the second hal f of the 19th century, before Independence, i .e. from 1901 to 1947, after
i ndependence, i .e. upto 1970 (mal e poets), and femal e poets (upto the present day).
They have menti oned al l the establ i shed poets al ongsi de new and i gnored poets. Ri zvi and
Ri zvi are fai r, bal anced and thorough i n thei r presentati on. They are cl ear i n thei r mi nd that the
current Indi an Engl i sh poetry scene i s "crowded" wi th poetasters, versi fi ers, struggl i ng poets,
true poets, and great poets and that there i s "a great need of putti ng thi ngs i n the proper
order… .One has to si ft gol d from sands, but most of them, as far as possi bl e, shoul d be made
a menti on of." (p.5).
It makes a refreshi ng readi ng and i ndeed offers a ful l er pi cture of Indi an Engl i sh poeti c
creati vi ty "after the end of col oni al i sm", and especi al l y after 1970.
- - Dr.R.K.SINGH, Dhanbad
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95. A Handful of Rice –B. K. Das 20. 00
96. Nectar in a Sieve –S. Z. H. Abi di 40. 00
97. The Golden Honeycomb–R. A. Si ngh IN PRESS
MOHAN RAKESH
98. Halfway House (Aadhey-Adhoorey) –C. L. Khat ri 40. 00
NAIDU, SAROJINI
99. Sarojini Naidu— A Study of her Select Poems –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 75. 00
100. Sarojini Naidu*— Select poems –S. C. Agarwal 25. 00
THE QUEEN’S RIVAL, THE FLUTE-PLAYER OF BRINDAVAN, THE SOUL’S PRAYER
101. Sarojini Naidu-Coaching Notes (For Hindi Speaking Pupils) 35. 00
AWAKE, GUERDON, THELOTUS, INDIAN WEAVERS, TO A BUDDHA SEATED ON LOTUS,
SONG OF RADHA— THE MILKMAID
NARAYAN, R. K.
102. R.K. Narayan-A Study –P. P. Meht a 20. 00
103. The Malgudi Novels –R. A. Si ngh 90. 00
104. Lawley Road and Other Stories –S. Z. H. Abi di 25. 00
105. Swami and Friends* –Bamt a & Bamt a 50. 00
106. The Bachelor of Arts* –Raghukul Ti l ak 50. 00
107. The Bachelor of Arts* –Rubi Si ddi qui 15. 00
108. The Bachelor of Arts* (Coaching Notes-For Hindi Speaking Pupils) 45. 00
109. The Financial Expert* –Sat i sh Kumar 25. 00
110. The Guide –Som Dev 50. 00
111. The Malgudi Days –R. A. Si ngh 15. 00
112. The Maneater of Malgudi –B. S. Ni mavat 40. 00
113. The Vendor of Sweets –R. A. Si ngh 25. 00
114. Tiger For Malgudi –R. A. Si ngh IN PRESS
NEHRU, J. L.
115. An Autobiography –R. L. Ti wari 60. 00
116. The Discovery of India –Sat i sh Kumar 40. 00
PARTHASARATHY, R.
117. Perspectives on the Poetry of R. Partasarathy –B. K. Das 55. 00
118. A Reader' s Guide To Ten Twentieth Century Indian Poets–B. K. Das 30. 00
PILLAI, T. S.
119. Chemmeen –I. D. Sharma 35. 00
PREM CHAND
120. Godaan –I. D. Sharma (IIIrd Edition) 45. 00
RAJA RAO
121. The Mind and Art of Raja Rao –Narsi ngh Sri vast ava 35. 00
122. Kanthapura –Som Dev 60. 00
123. The Serpant and the Rope –Som Dev 50. 00
ORIGINAL POETRY COLLECTIONS
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RADHA KRISHNAN, S.
124. The Hindu View of Life –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 80. 00
125. Kalki or The Future of Civilization –Sat i sh Kumar 20. 00
ROY, ARUNDHATI
126. The God of Small Things –A. N. Prasad 45. 00
127. The God of Small Things* –R. A. Si ngh 25. 00
RUSHDIE, SALMAN
128. Mid Night' s Children –R. A. Si ngh 35. 00
129. Shame –R. A. Si ngh 20. 00
SAHANI, BHISHMA
130. Tamas –I. D. Sharma (III
rd
Edition) 40. 00
SAHGAL, NAYANTARA
131. The Novels of Nayantara Sahgal –R. A. Si ngh 60. 00
SHIV KUMAR
132. Luna –I. D. Sharma IN PRESS
SINGH, KHUSHWANT
133. A Story teller called Khuswant Sigh –L. T. Arasu 120. 00
134. The Mark of Vishnu –Gi ri sh Saxena 10. 00
135. Train To Pakistan* –R. A. Si ngh 35. 00
136. I Shall not hear the Nightingale–R. A. Si ngh 25. 00
TAGORE, R. N.
137. Mysticism in Tagore’s Poetr y –A. R. S. Nagar 120. 00
138. Chandalika –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 30. 00
139. Chitra

–A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 35. 00
140. Gitanjali
†*
–Som Dev 72. 00
141. Gitanjali* –Som Dev 25. 00
SONG NO. 1, 3, 4, 5 & 6
142. Gora–B. S. Ni mavat 40. 00
143. Muktdhara –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 45. 00
144. Natir Puja –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 25. 00
145. The Post Office

–A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 60. 00
146. Three Plays –A. N. Gupt a & Sat i sh Gupt a 60. 00
MUKTHDHARA, NATIR-PUJA, CHANDALIKA
TENDULKAR, VIJAY
147. Ghashiram Kotwal –A. N. Prasad 55. 00
148. Silence! The Court is in Session –C. L. Khat ri 45. 00
VIVEKANANDA
149. Swami Vivekanada: Select Speeches –Abni sh Si ngh 60. 00
150. Speeches of Swami Vivekananda and Subhash Chandra Bose:
A Comparative Study– Abni sh Si ngh 200. 00
ORIGINAL POETRY COLLECTION
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Text of the work is included
* Either Summary of the work, complete work, notes or all three
are also given in Hindi
ORIGINAL POETRY COLLECTIONS
1. A Thirsty Cloud Cries –Sudhi r Arora 50. 00
2. Aju Mukhopadhyay’s Poems on Sri Aurobindo and The Mother 50. 00
3. Clouds in Cages –I. H. Ri zvi 75. 00
4. Gathering Broken Glasses –I. H. Ri zvi 75. 00
5. My Silence and other Select Poems –R. K. Si ngh 125. 00
6. Thirsty Pebbles –I. H. Ri zvi 25. 00
7. Rainbow at Sixty –P. C. K. Prem 60. 00
8. Ripples in the Lake–C. L. Khat ri 60. 00
9. Remember –Vi nay Dubey 50. 00
10. Responses to I.H. Rizvi’s Poetry–I. H. Ri zvi 75. 00
11. Self –Prabhul i nga Shast ri 50. 00
12. Sexl ess Sol i tude and Other Poems –R.K. Singh 98. 00
13. Silence 60. 00
14. The Paper Boat –Aj u Mukhopadhyay 50. 00
15. The Burning Brain –M. R. Vedant 25. 00
16. The State –R. M. Prabhul i nga Shast ry 60. 00
17. The Live Censor –Kri shna Gopal 40. 00
18. The Ri ver Returns –R.K. Singh 80. 00
19. Throbbing Lyre –M. Chat urvedi 80. 00
20. Unfading Blooms –I. H. Ri zvi 20. 00
21. Voice of Agony –M. Chat urvedi 40. 00
22. Where Shall We Turn? –B. Samal 75. 00
23. Whispers at Midnight –N. S. Sahu 120. 00 00 00
2 4 . 2 4 . 2 4 . 2 4 . 2 4 . Wor ds f r om Wi t hi n – B. S. Ni mavat Wor ds f r om Wi t hi n – B. S. Ni mavat Wor ds f r om Wi t hi n – B. S. Ni mavat Wor ds f r om Wi t hi n – B. S. Ni mavat Wor ds f r om Wi t hi n – B. S. Ni mavat 60. 00
25. Wounded Roses Sing –I. H. Ri zvi 50. 00
26. I–P. Shast ri 20. 00
GENERAL INTEREST
1. Encounters and Clippings (Ulta-Pulta) –P. D. Maheshwari 120. 00
AN ATTEMPT HAS BEEN MADE TO BRI NG HARD REALI TI ES OF LI FE THROUGH
DIALOGUES FOCUSSINGON SATIRES, PHRASES, IDIOMS AND PROVERBS ETC. THESE
HAVE BEEN EXPLAINED DIFFERENTLY BY CHANGING THE ORDER OF THE WORDS.
2. Inspiration –G. D. Maheshwari 50. 00
RELIGION
3. Anand Cult and Teachings of Sivayogi –Gopal Kri shan 60. 00
GENERAL INTEREST
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mÙkj kapy l kfgR; (Books on Uttaranchal)
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and Frustration —Zakir Hussain
# gsy[ k. Ml kfgR; (Books on Rohilkhand)
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BOOKS ON UTTARANCHAL AND ROHILKHAND
PBD CHECK-LIST 2010 55
fp=kd yk o l a x hr (Drawing, Painting and Music)
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MUSIC, DRAWING- PAINTING
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l anHkZ(Reference)
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i =kd kfj r k (Journalism)
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i ; kZoj . k (Environment)
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bfr gkl (History)
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HISTORY
PBD CHECK-LIST 2010 57
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—Zakir Hussain
z-. Communal Hormony and The Future of India —Zakir Hussain ·z:.ss ·z:.ss ·z:.ss ·z:.ss ·z:.ss
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—Ram Kishore Pandey
HISTORY
58 PBD CHECK-LIST 2010
Hkwx ksy (Geography)
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j kt uhfr ' kkL=k(Political Science)
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POLITICAL SCIENCE
PBD CHECK-LIST 2010 59
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11. GIST Of Human Resource Management–Dr. Mehndi 72. 00
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ECONOMICS AND COMMERCE
PBD CHECK-LIST 2010 61
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DEFENCE AND MILITARY STUDIES
62 PBD CHECK-LIST 2010
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