Language, Linguistics, and Literature, the Indian Perspective

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Academic Foundation, 1994 - India - 213 pages
 

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Contents

Preface
9
The Indian Perspective
11
Grammar and Epistemology
19
Texts of the Oral Tradition
27
Oral Narrative and Tense
31
Pedagogic Value of Oral cthnopoetic Texts
41
Communication or Communion The Transfer of Meaning
50
The Metaphoric Case in Language
58
Third World Poetics the Indian Case
110
Metaphor in Sanskrit and English Criticism
121
Alamkara a Theory of Metaphor
137
Grammatical Boundaries of Donnes Metaphors
148
Eliots Poetics and the Indian Reader
158
Fictionalisation of Evil in Hawthornes The Marble Faun
172
Faulkners The Sound and The Fury
180
The Sense of History in R K Narayans Waiting for the Mahatma and Raja Raos Kanthapura
188

The Passive Construction in Panjabi
71
Devices of Emphasis and Processes of Decoding
77
English as Second Language
88
The Dynamics of Hindi Languages Situation
100

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