ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Interrogating the ‘Indian’ in the Indian Novel

Repeated invocations of “India” in the literary scape seemingly exclude India’s North East.


The term “Indian” is used in the titles of many courses in various Indian universities. The recently revised BA Honours English programme by the University of Delhi includes writers from India’s North East in its “Indian” courses, but most of the “Indian” courses in other Indian universities categorically exclude them. Many universities may have centres named after the North East; concurrently, the “Indian” courses in their English departments periodically exclude the same region.

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Updated On : 16th Aug, 2022
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