Grish Karnad is one of India's foremost dramatists and actors. This play, first staged at the Leicester Haymarket Theatre, is based ona tenth-century Jain myth about a king who finds his queen involved with an elephant-keeper.
Medieval, Renaissance, 17th Century and Restoration and 18th Century literary texts. Entries for each author include: works, biography, criticism, quotations and links. Texts are from The Norton Anthology of English Literature, 6th ed.
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This lengthy analysis of Victorian era Anglo-Indian literature includes sections on "Early historians", "William Browne Hockley; Philip Meadows Taylor; The mutiny ", "Sir Edwin Arnold; Sir Alfred Lyall", "Bankin Chandra Chatterji", and "Torulata Dutt."
Contains: Historical Context, Content Analysis, Bibliography
Author: Edward Farley Oaten
From: The Cambridge History of English and American Literature Volume XIII: English, The Victorian Age, Part Two,The Nineteenth Century, III