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Year : 2006

Bibliography : xx + 162pp

ISBN : 8175413123, Price : $60.00 Add To Cart

About the Book

This book studies how the most widely known, translated and read novel in the world, Don Quijote, written in two parts in 1605 and 1615 by the Spanish writer Miguel de CERVANTES Saavedra, has been received in India. Although the masterpiece is well known amongst the educated in this country, there has never been an attempt to examine the nature of its popularity. Here, for the first time some very eminent writers and intellectuals have engaged themselves in offering their personal response as well as studying the immortal work's impact in the literatures of different languages in India. In that sense, this pioneering book is a welcome contribution to the extraordinary literature existing on the subject and its author worldwide. The book is not only a fitting tribute from India on the occasion of the completion of 400 years of the novel, so enthusiastically celebrated all over the world, but also fulfills the long felt need to provide a foundation for more systematic studies on the subject in this country, without ignoring the Indian component.

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About Author

Professor S.P.Ganguly, has been engaged in teaching and research in Spanish and Latin American studies at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, for about three decades. Earlier he taught economics in two colleges at the University of Delhi for ten years. His interests range from Indo-Hispanic inter-cultural themes to Latin American economic and cultural processes. Author of a number of books and essays, his research on the reception of Tagore in Spain is considered a significant contribution. He has also worked on the theme of 'Dependencia' theory in Latin America. More recently he has coauthored two bilingual anthologies on Spanish and Latin American poetry. He is also closely associated with theatre.


Foreword: Rafael Conde de Saro(Ambassador of Spain)



The Most Well Known Character in World Literature
Sunil Gangopadhyay

Don Quijote in the Oriental Perspective
Susnigdha Dey

Returning to Quixote
Meenakshi Mukherjee

The Natyashashtra and the Quixote on the Understanding of Fiction
Preeti Pant

The Non-reception of Don Quijote in 19th Century Bengal: Literary Interrogations of Romance and Nationalism
Kavita Panjabi

El Quijote in India:
Some Transcultural Considerations
Shyama Prasad Ganguly

Reading Don Quixote through Translation
Vibha Maurya

Marathi Literature's Response to Cervates' Don Quixote: G.A. Kulkarni's Yatrik
Rajendra Dengle

Don Quixote and the Bengali Reception
Ujjal Kumar Majumdar

Punjabi Response to Don Quixote
Tejwant Singh Gill

Tamil Response to Cervantes and Don Quixote
G. Subramanian

Cervantes and the Religions of the Mediterranean
Minni Sawhney

Encounters with Don Quixote
Dileep Jhaveri

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