JAYDEEP SARANGI – A CHECKLIST
Biswas, Manohar Mouli. Surviving in My World: Growing Up Dalit in Bengal. Kolkata: Samya, 2013. xxx, 125.
Note: Translated and Edited by Angana Dutta and Jaydeep Sarangi
Dominic, K.V. Postcolonial Readings in Indo-Anglian Literature. Delhi: Authorspress, 2009. xiii, 306.
Note: Contents: 1. Viva la Defference! Imperialism, Colonialism, Post-colonialism: Challenges to Cultural Plurality by K. Ayyappa Paniker; 2. Beyond ‘New Literatures’ and ‘Postcoloniality’ by Sreedevi K. Nair; 3. Postcoloniality as Counter-Discourse by E.A. Thomas; 4. Women: Colonial Narratives and Post-colonial Images by G.S. Jayasree; 5. The Short Story Genre, Postcolonialism and Women Writers by H. Kalpana; 6. The Tragic Dilemma of Larins Sahib; by Basavaraj Naikar; 7. Latter-Day Psalms: A Post-Colonial Reading by Fed Mathew; 8. Postcolonial Imaging of Human Suffering in PCK Prem’s Oracles of the Last Decade by D.C. Chambial; 9. De- or Re-Colonisation? Kamala Markandaya’s Pleasure City as a Postcolonial Novel by Roshin George; 10. R.K. Narayan’s The Guide: A Postcolonial Reading by K.V. Dominic; 11. Acculturation: India in Literary Imagination: A Study of Rohinton Mistry’s A Fine Balance by Vijay Sheshadri; 12. Rehabilitation of an Indian Nationalist Hero in Basavaraj Naikar’s Novel: The Sun Behind the Cloud by M.A. Jeyaraju; 13. Language Hybridism in Postcolonial Space: A Study of Rama Mehta’s Inside the Haveli and Anita Desai’s Clear Light of Day and Fasting, Feasting by Jaydeep Sarangi; 14. Art and Activism: An Analytical Study of Arundhati Roy’s Fictional and Non-fictional Writings in the Light of Gayatri Spivak’s Theory of Subalternity by Shibu Simon and Siji Varghese; 15. Socio-ethical Perspectives in Basavaraj Naikar’s Fictional World: A Study of The Rebellious Rani of Belavadi and Other Stories by by Bhagabat Nayak; 16. Tales from Firozsha Baag: A Complex Study in the Relativity of Cultures by K.V. George; 17. The Carnivalistic Mode of R.K. Narayan’s Malgudi Novels by Elizabeth John; 18. Down Dark Corridors: Wives in Shashi Deshpande’s Select Novels by Vincent Aerathu; 19. An Eco-Marxist Analysis of H.S. Shiva Prakash’s Play Mahachaitra, the Great Spring by S. Kumaran; 20. Contextualising History for Communal Amity: Shashi Tharoor’s Riot by Eliza Joseph; 21. The Subaltern can Speak? Bama’s Sangati as a Chronicle of a Caste by Vincent B. Netto; 22. Ethics as Resistance in the Novels of R.K. Narayan by P.V. Jayaraj; 23. Turning Historical Material into Art: A Study of The Devil’s Wind and The Sun Behind the Cloud by S.B. Singh; 24. Difficult Daughters: A Critique of Filial Relations by K. Nirmala; 25. Premanand Gajeev’s Kirwant: A Critique on the Discrimination among the Brahmins by R.T. Bedre and Vijay Bedre; 26. Facets of Nature in Anita Desai’s Cry, the Peacock by Diwakar Thomas; 27. Rabindranath Tagore: The Greatest after His Great Ancestors by Aju Mukhopadhyay; 28. The Saga of Eroticism: A Reading of Khushwant Singh’s The Company of Women by Mini John; 29. Impulsive Truant or Unsung Hero? A Brief Character Sketch of Swaminathan in R.K. Narayan’s Swami and Friends by Naina Dey; 30. The Theme of Resistance in Sara Joseph’s Alahayude Penmakkal by Lis Marie Das.
Harle, Rob and Jaydeep Sarangi (Ed.). The Land: Poems from Australia and India. Allahabad: Cyberwit.net, 2015. 121.
Note: Dedicated to Late Professor Paul L. Love for his contribution to promotion of Indian Writing in English
Khan, A. A. Changing Faces of New Woman: Indian Writing in English. New Delhi: Adhyayan Publishers and Distributors, 2012. xx, 268.
Note: Contents: Acknowledgements; Preface; Our Contributors; 1. Changing Face of New Woman in Indian Writing in English by T.S. Chandra Mouli; 2. The Metaphors of Conquest: Trends in Contemporary Indian Woman Poets in English by Jaydeep Sarangi; 3. Breaking the Shackles of Colonialism: Emergence of the New Woman in Kundanika Kapadia’s Novel ‘Sat Pagla Aakash Ma’ by Fatima Sugrawala; 4. The Changing Face of Modern Indian Woman in That Long Silence by Manish A. Vyas; 5. Gender Budgeting and Economic Empowerment in Modern India by Priya Rao; 6. Feminist Discourse: The Rational West vs. the Emotional East: A Comparative Study by Jayakrishnan Nair; 7. The Changing Image of Women in Bharati Mukherjee: A Study of the Lady from Lucknow and Visitors by Rooble Verma and Manoj Vrema; 8. The Muslin Veil–Betwist Appearance and reality: The Face of the New Woman by Samira Sinha; 9. Exploration of the Inner Psyche of the Feminine Perspective with Reference to Sudha Murthy’s Short Story: How I Taught My Grandmother to Read by Sangeetha R and A.A. Khan; 10. Finding Her Space: The New Woman in Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters and Anita Nair’s Ladies Coupe by Shubha R. Mishra and Urmila Dabir; 11. Aayadan, the Weave of My Life: A Critique of new Dalit Women by Urmila Pawar by Mahjabeen Neshat Anjum; 12. Ashima Ganguli’s Journey Across the Two Worlds in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Novel The Namesake by Jaya Dwivedi and Shalini Dube; 13. Changing Faces of New Woman in Gita Mehta’s Fiction Raj by Shrabani Chakravorty; 14. Bim: Unfailing Source of Strength in Anita Desai’s Clear Light of Day by Vimala Chandrasekharan; 15. The Emergence of New Woman in the Novels of Shobha De by Qamar Talat and Tarlochan Kaur Sandhu; 16. Changing Faces of Women in Indian Writing in English: A Study of Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things by Firoz A. Shaikh; 17. Endorsement of Patriarchy Through Female Agency: Gender Socialization in Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors by Protibha Mukherjee Sahukar; 18. Conceiving Altered Perspective of Feminity: A Neoliberal Analysis of ‘Spouse’ by Shubra Verma; 19. Indian New Woman Poet in English: Restless Quest for a New Home! by Uma Ram; 20. Image of New Woman in Shashi Deshpande’s Roots and Shadows by S. Mansoor Ali; 21. The Emerging Awareness of Self-Identity: Women in the Novels of Kamala Markandaya by Susan Udai; 22. The Concept of New Women in Mahesh Dattani–Bravely Fought the Queen by Manisha Dwivedi; 23. The Theme of Sisterhood in Shobha De’s Sisters by P. Vasanta Kala; 24. Shobha De; Making of the Novelist by Vatsala Iyer; 25. Manju Kapur’s The Immigrant: Traverse of a New Woman by Satendra Kumar; 26. Representative of New Woman Image: Analysing Shantha as a New Woman in The Cat and Shakespeare by Kirti Tiwari; 27. Nisha: The New Woman in Manju Kapur’s Home by Bindu Jacob; 28. A General Estimate of Kamala Das as an Indian Poetess in English by Abdul Haque; 29. The Concept of ‘New Woman’ in Shobha De’s Second Thoughts by Rajesh R. Ladva; 30. Rereading Mahasweta Devi’s Draupadi as a New Woman by Sheila Vijay; Index.
Limbale, Sharankumar and Jaydeep Sarangi. Dalit Voice: Literature and Revolt. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2018. 282.
Note: Contents: Editors’ Note – p.5-12; 1. ‘Honour’ Killings and the Dalits in Fiction and Films: Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things and Priyadarshan’s Aakrosh by Rajeshwar Mittapalli – p.13-23; 2. Taazhapattor: A Cry Lost in the Politics of Caste: Bama’s Kondattam by Indira Nityanandam – p.24-29; 3. Living without Religion or Caste by Ashok Gopal – p.30-50; 4. Quest for Identity: A Study of Subaltern Perspectives of Pitambar Tarai’s The Mortgaged Man by Gobinda Sahoo – p.51-61; 5. Understanding the Brahmanization of Sikhism in Madhopuri’s Changiya Rukh by Neha Arora – p.62-81; 6. Neerav Patel: A Voice of Gujarati Dalit by M. B. Gaijan – p.82-89; 7. Spatializing Dalit Narratives: Relocating Caste Through Textual Space(s) by Kalaivani Karunakaran – p.90-105; 8. A Study of Caste and Gender Interface in the Poetry of Meena Kandasamy by Partibha Biswas – p.106-128; 9. Speaking from the Margin: A Comparative Analysis of Sharan Kumar Limbale’s The Outcaste and Lal Singh Dil’s Dastann by Rajinder Kumar Sen and Sunny Kumar – p.129-141; 10. Manohar Mouli Biswas’ Poems: A Prepresentation of Bengali Dalit Voice by M. B. Gaijan – p.142-153; 11. Bangla Dalit Autobiography: How It Tells the Dalit Social History of Bengal by Manohar Mouli Biswas – p.154-160; 12. The Story of the Dalit Autobiographical Story by Ashok Gopal – p.161-192; 13. Subjugation of Dalit Women in Bama’s Sangati by S. Horizan Prasanna Kumar – p.193-197; 14. Sharankumar Limbale’s The Outsider: A Microscopic Reality of Dalit World in Democratic India by M.B. Gaijan – p.198-209; 15. Masculinity in J.P. Sanakya’s “The Men’s Ghat” and “The Echoing Voice is Indeed Yours”: ‘Presecne’ through ‘Absence’ by R. Arul – p.210-217; 16. Dalit Literary Movement in India: A Critical Perspective by Moola Ram – p.218-232; 17. Unheard Voices of Partition: The Namasudras of Bengal by Ruchi Singh – p.233-240; 18. Social Emancipation through Dalit Literature: A Study of Chandramohan’s Poems by K. Pankajam – p.241-247; 19. The Emergence of Dalit Hero in Bollywood Films by Rajeshwar Mittappalli – p.248-258; 20. Bangla Dalit Theatre by Raju Das – p.259-265; Jaydeep Sarnagi and Angana
Dutta in Conversation with Arjun Dangle – p.266-270; Jaydeep Sarangi Interviews Bama Faustina – p.271-277; Notes on Contributors – p.278-279; Index – p.280-282.
Nawale, Arvind M.. Indian Writing in English: Speculations and Observations. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2011. xvii, 249.
Note: Contents: Preface; About Contributors; 1. Primitivism in Arun Joshi’s The City and the River by Aravind M. Nawale; 2. R.K. Narayan’s The English Teacher: A Journey from Natural to Supernatural or Beyond? by Ketaki Datta; 3. Indian English Fiction: Mulk Raj Anand and Raja Rao by Bhaskar Roy Barman; 4. Portrayal of Women’s Status through Symbols and Images in the Novels of Ruth Prawer Jhabvala by Vimmie Manoj; 5. Women’s Rights: A Study of Rohinton Misry’s A Fine Balance by Babbellapati Indira and C.V. Padmaja; 6. Middle Class Modern Indian Woman’s Woes in Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors by Arjun Jadhav and Sujata Bamane; 7. The Theme of Woman’s Search for Self-identity in Shashi Deshpande’s Selected Works by Vishwanath Bite; 8. Journey from Anonymity to Recognition: A Study of Kamala Markandaya’s Women by Sahab Uddin; 9. Tradition to Post-Modernism: The God of Small Things by Neerja Sachdev; 10. The Image of Modern India in Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger by A. Ramesh Babu; 11. Cultural Dynamics and the Contemporary Indian English Novel by N.K. Neb; 12. A Study of Globalization and Changing Social Behaviour in Indian English Literature by Anju Bala Agrawal; 13. Indian English Short Stories: A Comparative Study by Aju Mukhopadhyay; 14. Anthologies of Indian English Short Story–A Survey by M.G. Hegde; 15. Social Realism in Premchand’s Short Stories by Beena V. Rathi; 16. The Inheritance of Chaos: Crisis of Values and Ethics in Modern Indian English Poetry by Kanwar Dinesh Singh; 17. The Metaphors of Conquest: Trends in Contemporary Indian Woman Poets in English by Jaydeep Sarangi; 18. Compromise as a Suvival Kit in Girish Karnad’s Naga-Mandala by Smita R. Nagori (Lakhotiya); 19. The fragrance of Flowers: A Reading into Girish Karnad’s Monologue by Zinia Mitra; 20. Encounter in Umbugland and Ghashiram Kotwal: Tendulkar’s Comment on Power Politics by Shailaja B.Wadikar; 21. Communication in Drama: Exploration towards a new Analytical Model by Umesh S. Jagadale; Index.
Ray, Mohit K. and Rama Kundu Studies in Women Writers in English: Vol. II. New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors, 2005. xii, 192.
Note: Contents: General Preface – p.v-vi; Preface to Volume Two – p.vii-x; 1. Life and Art: A Comparative Study of Christina Rossetti and Emily Dickinson by Partha Pratim Dasgupta – p.1-25; 2. Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mocking Bird: A Portrayal of Human Values by T.M.J. Indra Mohan – p.26-30; 3. Look Back in Gender: Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun by Anita Singh – p.31-35; 4. Poetry as a ‘Therapeutic Process’: Sylvia Plath and Kamala Das by Nandini Sahu – p.36-46; 5. Atwood’s ‘Muse.” In the ‘[Grand]mother’s Mirror’ by Rama Kundu – p.47-57; 6. Kamala Markandaya’s Nectar in a Sieve: A Reappraisal by Santwana Haldar – p.58-71; 7. Aesthetics of the Dance of Shiva and Imagery of Kamala Das by A.K. Awasthi – p.72-84; 8. Sahgal’s Female Protagonists: Storm in Chandigarh and The Day in Shadow by Beulah Ranjitsingh – p.85-95; 9. Man-Woman Relation in the Novels of Ania Desai by Ajay K. Ghosh – p.96-112; 10. When Dreams Travel: ‘Writing Back’ to The Arabian Nights by Mohua Ghosh – p.113-127; 11. Feminist Interrogation of a Patriarchal Text: Intertextual Echoes and Departures by Mohua Ghosh – p.128-138; 12. Bond without Bondage: Bharati Mukherjee and Jhumpa Lahiri by Jaydeep Sarangi – p.139-149; 13. The ‘New Woman’ in Post-Independence Novels: An Emerging Image by Smriti Singh – p.150-164; 14. Polyphonic Voices of Indian Feminism by Shyam S. Agarwalla – p.165-182; 15. Feminism Today: A Perspective by T.M.J. Indra Mohan – p.183-188.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Indian Novels in English: A Sociolinguistic Study. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 2005. 154.
Note: Contents: 1. Introduction – p.1-21; 2. Mulk Raj Anand and Raja Rao – p.22-57; 3. R.K. Narayan, Bhabani Bhattacharya and Khushwant Singh – p.58-93; 4. Rama Mehta and Anita Desai – p.94-113; 5. Amitav Ghosh and Arundhati Roy – p.114-132; 6. Conclusion – p.133-141; A Selected Bibliography – p.142-152; Index – p.153-154.
Sarangi, Jaydeep and Gauri Shankar Jha. The Indian Imagination of Jayanta Mahapatra. New Delhi: Sarup and Sons, 2006. xii, 193.
Note: Content: Preface – p.v-vii; 1.Birds and Rocks – a tribute to Jayanta Mahapatra: a poem by Rudra Kinshuk – p.1; 2.Conflict, Grief, and Guilt in the Green Gardener and Other Stories by Reema Kansal and Amit Sarwal – p.2-13; Jayanta Mahapatra and the Poetic of Pain by Niranjan Mahani – p.14-30; Jayanta Mahapatra’s India: because i cannot grow a rose, i plant the seeds of the thistle by Syamala Kallury and Anjana N Dev – p.31-63; The Poetry of Mahapatra: an overview by Malati Mathur – p.64-68; Reading Jayanta Mahapatra’s ‘Dawn at Puri’ as an attempt towards circumscribing a local space against the politics of universalisation by Ashes Gupta – p.69-76; Whiteness of Bone: a treatise of Jayanta Mahapatra’s meandering sparks and fury by Binod Mishra – p.77-88; “Random Descent”: the still, sad music of humanity in the poems of Jyanata Mahapatra by Pradip Kumar Patra – p.89-94; Gasping in the Darkness: re-reading into Jayanta Mahapatra’s life signs by S Robart Gnanamony – p.95-110; Learning for Ourselves a study of Janata Mahapatra’s select poems by K S Anish Kumar – p.111-117; Contemporary abuses and the need for edifying generality: a study of Jayanta Mahapatra’s poems by Kasthuri Bai – p.118-129; Unvoiced Pathos: the portrayal of Women in Jayantha Mahapatra’s poetry by Himadir Roy – p.130-142; Frontiers of a Muddle Poet: Jayanta Mahapatra’s Poetic Contours by Gauri Shankar Jha – p.143-153; Poet with a Heart of Gold – Jayanta Mahapatra by T Sai Chandra Mouli – p.154-167; Random Descent: matrix of legends by Nigamananda Das – p.168-173; Jayanta Mahapatra: a poet of competent craft by Amar Nath Prasad – p.174-180; Return of Native: Oriya poetry of Jayanta Mahapatra by Chittranjan Mishra – p.181-186; An Interview with Jayanata Mahapatra by Jaydeep Sarangi – p.187-193
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Basavaraj Naikar: Trends and Techniques. Delhi: GNOSIS, 2008. xiv, 254.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Women’s Writing in English: India and Australia. Delhi: GNOSIS, 2008. xvi, 197.
Note: Contents: Preface; List of Contributors; 1. ‘No Place for a Woman’: A Brief Tour of Janette Turner Hospital’s Writing by Paul Sharrad; 2. The Female Space through Indian and Australian Poetic Lenses by Sudhir K. Arora; 3. Ethel Anderson on India by Alur Janaki Ram; 4. History of Women’s Writing in Bengal by Saumitra Chakravarty; 5. Multiculturalism in Change of Skies and The Time of the Peacock: Protest and Acquiescence in the Novels of Yasmine Gooneratne and Mena Abdullah by Pradip Kumar Patra; 6. Indians in Exile: Self-assertion and (Re-)Creation in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s The Mistress of Spices by Ludmila Volna; 7. Postcolonial Immigration and Psychic Devaluation in Jhumpa Lahiri’s “Once in a Lifetime” by Sule E. Egya; 8. Tales They Tell: Early Australian and Indian Women’s Travel Writing by K. Sreenath Muraleedharan; 9. Narrative Techniques in Shashi Deshpande’s A Matter of Time by Arun Verma; 10. Gita Mehta’s Raj: A Study of Woman’s Struggle for Her Identity and Existence by M.B. Gaijan; 11. Gujarati Dalit Novel Shosh: A Study in Connection with Psychodynamics of Women by M.B. Gaijan; 12. Structure against Place, Fate and Cruelty: Deplorable State of Bush Women from the Works of Barbara Baynton by P. Bhubaneswari; 13. Peace and Freedoms for Indian Women in the Digital Era by Stephen Gill; 14. Shellshocks and Aftershocks: Scars of the Holocaust Problematising Identity in Elizabeth Jolley’s Milk and Honey by V. Lakshmanan; 15. Nova Peris: Telling a Personal Story by Supla Pandirajan; 16. Understanding the Father and the Son–A Study of Anita Desai’s Short Story “A Devoted Son” by Usha Bande; 17. The Voyage Within: A Study of Archana Sahani’s First Fire by Jaydeep Sarangi.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. From Dulong to Beas: Flow of the Soul. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2012. 71.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. On the Alien Shore: A Study of Jhumpa Lahiri and Bharati Mukherjee. Delhi: GNOSIS, 2010. xiv, 234.
Note: Contents: Preface; List of Contributors; 1. Made in the USA: Second Generation South Asian Identity Interpreted through a Lacanian Lens by Farha Shariff; 2. Mixed Marriages Are a Doomed Enterprise: A Taxonomical Approach to Family Units in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Short Fiction by Blasina Cantizano Marquez and Jose R. Ibanez Ibanez; 3. The Dwindling Presence of Indian Culture and Values in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Unaccustomed Earth by Aitor Ibarrola-Armendariz; 4. Cross-cultural Differences and Cross-border Relationships in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Unaccustomed Earth by Subashree Mukherjee; 5. Cultural Diversity and Immigrant Identity in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Interpreter of Maladies by S. Robert Gnanamony; 6. Short Stories of Cultural Mix and Clash by Aju Mukhopadhyay; 7. ‘Object/Subject’ Dialects in Jhumpa Lahiri’s “A Temporary Matter” and “At Mrs. Sen’s” by D. Nagarani; 8. Jhumpa Lahiri, a Perceptive Interpreter of Maladies by V. Jaya Lakshmi Rao; 9. Themes of Cultural Clash and Marriage in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Interpreter of Maladies by Shuchi Agrawal; 10. Self and Social Identity in an Alien Land by Meera Bharwani; 11. Life Gets Uncomplicated Here–A Cruise through Lahiri’s Stories by Gigy J. Alex; 12. From the Interpreter of Maladies to the Unaccustomed Earth by Shubha Mukherjee; 13. Jhumpa Lahiri’s Short Stories by Mallikarjun Patil; 14. Diasporic Indian Women in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Unaccustomed Earth by Tanushree Singh; 15. Bharati Mukherjee: a Post-Modern Indian Woman Novelist by M. F. Patel and Dinesh B. Chaudhary; 16. Indian Woman in America and Canada: a Study in connection with Bharati Mukherjee’s The Middleman and Other Stories by M.B. Gaijan; 17. Indianness in the Short Stories of Bharati Mukherjee: A Study of “Hindus”, “Visitors” and “A Father” by Rooble Verma and Manoj Verma; 18. Representing Immigration through the Logic of Transformation: Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine by Lata Mishra; Index
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Presentations of Postcolonialism in English: New Orientations. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2007. xii, 282.
Note: Contents: Preface; List of Contributors; 1. Representations of Colonialism in Indian Fiction in English by Rajeshwar Mittapalli; 2. Europe and the New Culture by Jose Carlos Redondo Olmedilla; 3. Postcolonialism: Theory, Issues and Applications by Sudhir K. Arora; 4. Empowering the Third World Women: The Postcolonial Perspective by Gajendra Kumar; 5. Going Back to Ireland–Irish Homes in Bernard Maclaverty’s Grace Notes and Vincent Wood’s A Cry from Heaven by Elisa Armellino; 6. Benjamin’s Ambivalence in Illuminations and reflections by Beerendra Pandey; 7. Grounding the Text: Acts of Translations and the Representation of the Hindu World by Alessandro Monti; 8. Marginals, Education and Postcolonial Society by C. Kodhandaraman; 9. “Every Poem Becomes Dangerous”: The Aesthetics of Resistance in Contemporary Nigerian Poetry by Sule E. Egya; 10. The Spanism Imagination Exploring India: A Postcolonial Study by Antonio Navarro Tejoro; 11. Voice of Minority in New Literature: Canada and India by M.B. Gaijan; 12. Neither on Either Side Nor In-Between: The Anglo-Indian and Postcolonial Indian Fiction in English by V. Padma; 13. The Politics of Correctness: India in Translation by Malati Mathur; 14. English … New Englishes … Canadian English … Whither English? by D. Venkataraman; 15. Tibetan Dasporic Poetry and the Politics of Neglect by Archna Sahni; 16. Basavaraj Naikar’s Kannada Translations: A Postcolonial Reading by Mallikarjun Patil; 17. “Value Education: A Synonym to a Healthy Education System”–A Postcolonial Study by G.A. Ghanshyam and U.K. Shrivastava; 18. Nayantara Sahgal’s Lesser Breeds: A Postcolonial Text by Shivputra Shivraj Kanade; 19. Postmodern Traits: Salman Rushdie’s The Moor’s Last Sigh by Anju Bala Agrawal; 20. Uttering Reality: Alexis Wright’s Plains of Promise by Himandri Roy; 21. Perspectivising Indian Poetics in Postcolonial Context: A Study in Application of Rasa Theory by Ujjwal Jana; 22. Replacing Language in the Post-Colonial Space: A Study of Rama Mehta’s Inside the Haveli and Anita Desai’s Clear Light of Day and Fasting, Feasting by Jaydeep Sarangi; 23. From the Spiritual to the Material Hero: The Development of the Puritan Character by Ana M. Perez Cabello; A Select Bibliography; Index.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Silent Days. Allahabad: Cyberwit.net, 2013. 68.
Note: Foreword by Lakshmi Kannan
Sarangi, Jaydeep and Champa Ghosal. Marginal Writings in English: Bengali and Other Regional Literature. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2013. xix, 248.
Note: Contents: Preface – p.vii-xii; Contributors – p.xiii-xv; 1. Key-note Address on Literature of Resistance or Dalit Literature by Bajrang Korde – p.1-19; 2. Building a Movement of Faith: The Matuas of Bengal by Sipa Mukherjee – p.20-27; 3. Gujarati Dalit Poetry in Twenty-first Century by M. B. Gaijan – p.28-38; 4. Writing Resistance, Righting Repression: A Reading of Three Stories by Provas Ray, Manoranjan Bapari and Manohar Mouli Biswas by Sayantan Dasgupta – p.39-47; 5. Translating Dailt Literature: Texts and Problems by Amrit Sen – p.48-55; 6. “A Poetry of Resistance”: The Literature of Manipur by Mausumi Sen Battacharjee – p.56-62; 7. Repression and Resilience: Exploring Indigenous Women’s Representations in Mahasweta Devi’s Imaginary Maps by Meenakshi Dey – p.63-68; 8. Dalit “Draupadi”: Violation of Women and the Subversion of Epic Tradition by Baisali Hui – p.69-80; 9. Mahasweta Devi’s Pterodactyl, Puran Sahay, and Pirtha: A Reading in Dalit Resistance to ‘Development’ by Joyjit Ghosh – p.81-89; 10. Of Maternal Inheritance: Dalit/Coloured Women and Strategies of Rewriting Cultural Identity-scapes by Sarottama Majumdar – p.90-95; 11. Representation of the Dalits and Other Marginal Classes in the Plays of Girish Karnad: A Study by Abhinanandan Malas – p.96-115; 12. The Expendable Dalit in Hindu-Muslim Riots: A Critiacl Reading of Nabendu Ghosh’s Partition Story “The Saviour” by Debasri Basu – p. 116-127; 13. Saga of the Downtrodden (Dalit): Protest Against Exploitation in Mulk Raj Anand by Oindrila Ghosh – p.128-137; 14. Kanyadaan: Daring Beyond Politics of Casteism? by Srideep Mukherjee – p.138-145; 15. From Maid to Literary Star: A Dalit Woman Writes Back by Sravasti Guha Thakurta – p.146-152; 16. Is the Subaltern Heard?: Interrogating Spivak’s Translation of Mahasweta Devi’s Draupadi by Anirban Guha Thakurta – p.152-165; 17. Unarmed Mutiny through Literary Writings: The Role of Dalit Literature in Promoting the Dalits’ Struggle for Dignity, Justice and Equality by Soumitra Chakraborty and Gouri Das – p.166-174; 18. Representation and Resistance: A Reading of Omprakash Valmiki’s Joothan by Bisweswar Chakraborty – p.175-183; 19. Quest for Green Liberation and Enlivening Integral Theology: A Study in Dalit Ecotheology by Sibasis Jana – p.184-191; 20. Dalit Life Narratives: From Silence to Articulation by Arpita Chattarji (Mukhopadhyay) – p.192-198; 21. Bengali Dalit Literature and Culture: A Dignity Discourse by Manohar Mouli Biswas – p.199-212; 22. Venomous Touch: Meena Kandasamy’s Poetics of Resistance by Abin Chakraborty – p.213-224; 23. Emergence of Dalit Literature and Gujarati Dalit Novels by Harish Mangalam – p.225-234; 24. Interview with Harish Mangalam by Jaydeep Sarangi – p.235-244; Index – p.245-248.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. A Door Somewhere? Poems. Allahabad: Cyberwit.net, 2014. 68.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Bangla Dalit Writer Writes Back: Selected Essays on Life and Works of Manohar Mouli Biswas. New Delhi: Authorspress, 2019. 253.
Biswas, Manohar Mouli. “Rebellion and Phulon Devi.” Journal of Literature and Aesthetics 8.1 and 2 (Jan-Dec 2008): 108.
Note: Special Issue on Indian Dalit Literature; Translated by Jayadeep Sarangi
Dangle, Arjun. “Jaydeep Sarangi and Angaga Dutta in Conversation with Arjun Dangle.” Journal of the School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies 19 New Series (Spr/Aut 2014/15): 152-156.
Hamid, S. A. “Jaydeep Sarangi in Conversation with S. A. Hamid.” Poetcrit 28.2 (Jul 2015): 23-26.
Hembram, Shyamcharan. “Why.” Journal of Literature and Aesthetics 8.1 and 2 (Jan-Dec 2008): 96.
Note: Special Issue on Indian Dalit Literature; Translated by Jayadeep Sarangi
Jaydeep, Sarangi. “Full Story.” Writers Editors Critics 7.1 (Mar 2017): 187.
Kumaran, S.. “A Critical Analysis of Jaydeep Sarangi’s From Dulong to Beas.” Writers Editors Critics 3.2 (Sep 2013): 99-107.
Mhatre, Chandrakant Kaluram. Rev. of From Dulong to Beas. Contemporary Vibes 8.31 (Apr-Jun 2013): 50-51.
Mukhopadhyay, Aju. “Jaydeep Sarangi’s Journey from Dulong to Beas.” Poetcrit 27.1 (Jan 2014): 73-76.
Sarangi, Jayadeep. “Rhetorics of Resistance: Dalit Writings from Bengal.” Journal of Literature and Aesthetics 8.1 and 2 (Jan-Dec 2008): 84-87.
Note: Special Issue on Indian Dalit Literature
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “An Interview with Shanta Acharya.” The Atlantic Literary Review Quarterly 6.4 (Oct-Dec 2005): 129-135.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Unhoused Mr. Naipaul: Some Perspectives on the Fiction of Naipaul.” The Commonwealth Review 11.2 (1999-2000): 15-25.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Interview with Stephen Gill.” The Atlantic Literary Review Quarterly 5.3-4 (July-Sep & Oct-Dec 2004): 164-183.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Fusion of Horizons: a Socio-Linguistic Study of Jhumpa Lahiri’s Interpreter of Maladies.” Reflections 3.1 and 2 (Jan-July 2004): 39-51.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “The Calcutta Chromosome: a Linguistic Experiment.” Pegasus 4.(Jan-Dec 2005): 11-13.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Interview with Bibhu Padhi.” Journal of the School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies (Spring 2006): 79-94.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Centering the Margins: a study of Mulk Raj Anand’s treatment of nondescript vocations in Untouchable and Coolie.” Contemporary Vibes 2.5 (Oct-Dec 2006): 18-21.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “An Interview with Niranjan Mohanty.” Points of View 13.2 (Win 2006): 68-77.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Cultural Interfaces: the Asian-Pacific Writers in Australia.” Pegasus 5.(Jan-Dec 2006): 9-13.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “An Interview with Niranjan Mohanty.” Contemporary Vibes 2.8 (Jul-Sep 2007): 26-29.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “The Discourse of Postcolonial Resistance: a study of Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things.” Littcrit 33.2 – 64 (Dec 2007): 144-153.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “An Interview with Geoff Page.” Seva-Bharati Journal of English Studies 4.(Mar 2008): 100-105.
Note: Special Issues on Diasporic Literature
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Resistance to Patriarchy: a post-colonial study of Archana Sahani’s First Fire.” Indian Journal of Postcolonial Literatures 11 (Jul-Dec 2008): 25-31.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Niranjan Mohanty in Memoriam – The Strength in My Bones by Niranjan Mohanty.” Kavya Bharati 20 (2008): 142-149.
Note: Twentieth Anniversary Special – I
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “When she is No More: a Tribute to Professor Meenakshi Mukherjee.” Indian Journal of Postcolonial Literatures 9.2 (Dec 2009): 16-17.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “An Interview with Sunil Sharma.” Labyrinth 1.1 (Mar 2010): 180-189.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “A Trend-Setter in Indian English Criticism: a tribute to Meenakshi Mukherjee.” Indian Literature 53.5 – 253 (Sep-Oct 2009): 237-239.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “An Interview with Christopher Rollason.” Indian Journal of Postcolonial Literatures 10.1 (Jun 2010): 22-29.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “”…the dead do not die nor the living live”: a Study of Raja Rao’s On the Ganga Ghat and The Serpent and the Rope as a Vast Compendium of Spiritual Knowledge.” Poetcrit 23.2 (Jul 2010): 5-10.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “An Interview with Basavaraj Naikar.” New Fiction Journal 1.(Aug 2010): 87-95.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Raghu’s Truth.” New Fiction Journal 1.(Aug 2010): 160-164.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Literary Legend Speaks – Dr. Sarojini Sahoo.” Contemporary Vibes 6.21 (Oct-Dec 2010): 9-12.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “The Metaphors of Conquest: trends in Contemporary Indian Woman Poets in English.” Writers Editors critics 1.1 (Mar 2011): 74-85.
Note: GSDL-ACH-10, GSDL-BH.SU-16, GSDL-DA.K-123, GSDL-KA.ME-6
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Poetics of Pain: new trends in Bengali Dalit Autobiography.” Indian Journal of Postcolonial Literatures 12.1 (Jun 2012): 42-51.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Literary Legend Speaks to Jaydeep Sarangi.” Contemporary Vibes 8.29 (Oct-Dec 2012): 10-11.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Writing from the Margin: Contemporary Bengali Dalit Literature.” Literary Insight 4.(Jan 2013): 191-197.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Bright Morning, Your Bed.” The Challenge 22.1 (Jan-Jun 2013): 63-64.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Poetics of Pain: New Trends in Bengali Dalit Autobiography.” Poetcrit 26.2 (Jul 2013): 24-27.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Jaydeep Sarangi is in Conversation with Bibhu Padhi.” Kavya Bharati 24 (2012): 195-201.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Stop Here, Please, Flight, The Red Soul Allure, I’M on Your Side, For Titas, Missed Calls.” Kavya Bharati 25 (2013): 111-115.
Note: Special Issue Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Special
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Conversion with Sharankumar Limbale.” Writers Editors Critics 4.1 (Mar 2014): 125-128.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Jaydeep Sarangi in Conversation with Philip Salom.” Cyber Literature 32.2 (Dec 2013): 106-115.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “From Refugee Camps to polished Book Stalls: Jaydeep Sarangi in Conversation with Manoranjan Byapari.” New Fiction Journal 4.(2013): 123-128.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Jaydeep Sarangi in Conversation with Sharankumar Limbale.” Poetcrit 27.2 (Jul 2014): 39-42.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “The Wheel that turned: Manoranjan Byapari writes back in Itibritte Chandal Jiban.” Littcrit 40.1 – 77 (Jun 2014): 66-72.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “For a Postman, Spring and Mystery of the Land.” Gnosis 1.1 (Oct 2014): 120-122.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Conversation with Sharnkumar Limbale.” Journal of the School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies 18 New Series (Aut 2012/13): 40-44.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Interview with Jayanti M. Dalal.” Writers Editors Critics 5.1 (Mar 2015): 124-129.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Kavya Bharati 27 (2015): 137-138.
Note: Includes a special section on Homage to Dr. Paul Linder Love
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Women can Make and Women can Break: Dalit Feminism in India through Select Texts and Contexts.” Writers Editors Critics 6.1 (Mar 2016): 20-25.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Panic Attack.” Poetcrit 30.1 (Jan-Jun 2017): 127.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Conversation with Subodh Sarkar.” Writers Editors Critics 7.1 (Mar 2017): 149-153.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Sharan speaks: colours of Resistance and Emancipation on the White Paper.” Writers Editors Critics 7.2 (Sep 2017): 8-15.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Dalit Feminist Activist Writes Back: Bama Faustina in Conversation with Jaydeep Sarangi.” Middle Flight 6.1 (Nov 2017): 234-242.
Note: Special Issue on Peripheral Identities in Literature, Film and Performance
Sarkar, Subodh. Indian Literature 58.6 – 284 (Nov-Dec 2014): 47-48.
Note: Special Issue on Bengali, Translated from Bengali by Jaydeep Sarangi
Sharma, Sunil. “Interview with Jaydeep Sarangi.” Poetcrit 26.1 (Jan 2013): 39-44.
Chakraborty, Soumitra. Rev. of Laal Palasher Renu. Poetcrit 26.1 (Jan 2013): 157-159.
Dhanasekaran, P. J. Paul. Rev. of Explorations in Indian English Poetry. Contemporary Vibes 2.8 (Jul-Sep 2007): 42-43.
Dutta, Angana. Rev. of Silent Days. Poetcrit 27.2 (Jul 2014): 145-146.
George, Anju Sosan. “Relocating Home in Jayadeep Sarangi and Rob Harle’s Homeward Bound – Poems from Australia and India.” Rev. of Homeward Bound. Contemporary Vibes 10.39 (Apr-Jun 2015): 47-48.
Harle, Rob. Rev. of The Wheel Will Turn. Contemporary Vibes 9.35 (Apr-Jun 2014): 47-48.
Kishore, Usha. Rev. of A Door Somewhere. Kavya Bharati 27 (2015): 248-252.
Malas, Abhinandan. “Marginal Writings in English: Bengali and Other Regional Literature.” Rev. of Marginal Writings in English. Contemporary Vibes 8.32 (Jul-Sep 2013): 51-52.
Prime, Patricia. Rev. of Silent Days. Writers Editors Critics 3.2 (Sep 2013): 239-241.
Prime, Patricia. Rev. of To Whom I Return Each Day. Writers Editors Critics 7.2 (Sep 2017): 135-138.
Radhamani, S. Rev. of A Door-Somewhere. Gnosis 1.1 (Oct 2014): 123-124.
Renganathan, Mala. “Exploring the Canon.” Rev. of New Explorations in Indian English Poetry. Kavya Bharati 19 (2007): 176-178.
Sales, Dora. Rev. of From Dulong to Beas: flow of the Soul. The Challenge 22.1 (Jan-Jun 2013): 98-99.
Sangiri, Sourav. Rev. of Silent Days. Cyber Literature 31.1 (Jun 2013): 121-124.
Sarabgi, Jaydeep. Rev. of Writing Octopus. Writers Editors Critics 5.2 (Sep 2015): 112-113.
Sarangi, Jayadeep. “A Gallery of Images.” Rev. of Tiger and Other Poems. Indian Literature 53.2 – 250 (Mar-Apr 2009): 217-220.
Note: Special Feature on Marathi Short Stories P. 9-64
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Rev. of Shringara. Indian Literature 50.4 – 234 (Jul-Aug 2006): 197-200.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Rev. of Touch. Parnassus 1.(2009): 115-116.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Rev. of The Poetic Corpus of Stephen Gill. Indian Journal of Postcolonial Literatures 10.1 (Jun 2010): 174-175.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Rev. of Itibritte Chandal Jiban. New Fiction Journal 3.(Aug 2012): 150-152.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Rev. of Itibritte Chandal Jiban. The Challenge 22.1 (Jan-Jun 2013): 102-104.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Rev. of Golden Cacti. Cyber Literature 31.1 (Jun 2013): 118-121.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Exchanges with the Thinker.” Rev. of Exchanges with the Thinker. Littcrit 39.2 – 76 (Dec 2013): 109-110.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Rev. of Exchanges With the Thinker. Indian Journal of Postcolonial Literatures 13.2 (Dec 2013): 202-205.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Rev. of White Lotus and Other Poems. Gnosis 1.1 (Oct 2014): 124-126.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Rev. of Elephant Woman Song. Writers Editors Critics 7.2 (Sep 2017): 133-134.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. “Memories of the Heart.” Rev. of Sea Dreams. Contemporary Vibes 13.49 (Oct-Dec 2017): 55.
Sarangi, Jaydeep. Rev. of Four Gardens and Other Poems. Writers Editors Critics 8.2 (Sep 2018): 113-116.
Sharma, Anuradha. Rev. of Writing as Resistance: Literature of Emancipation. Contemporary Vibes 7.26 (Jan-Mar 2012): 53-54.
Sharma, Sulakshna. Rev. of Voices Across the Ocean. Poetcrit 28.1 (Jan 2015): 158-161.
Ghosh, Anisha. Rev. of Faithfully, I Wait: Poems on rain, thunder and lightning at Jhargram and Beyond. Writers Editors Critics 8.2 (Sep 2018): 117-120.
Harle, Rob. “Bygone Memories.” Rev. of Surviving in My World: growing up Dalit in Bengal. The Book Review 39.12 (Dec 2015): 18.
Ray, Bishnupada. “Caged Vision and the Creative Breakthrough: Jaydeep Sarangi’s A Door Somewhere.” Rev. of A Door Somewhere: poems. Contemporary Vibes 10.37 (Oct-Dec 2014): 51.
Kishore, Usha. “Translationalism and Reflective Verse.” Rev. of Voices across the Ocean: poems from Australia and India. The Book Review 39.4 (Apr 2015): 37-38.
Kishore, Usha. “A Caretaker of Feelings.” Rev. of Faithfully, I Wait: poems on rain, thunder and lightning and beyond. The Book Review 42.8 (Aug 2018): 28-29.
Gaijan, M. B. Rev. of Stories of Social Awakening: reflection of Dalit Refugee Lives of Bengal. Middle Flight 6.1 (Nov 2017): 231-234.
Panda, Durga Prasad. “An Ambitious Effort.” Rev. of Jayanta Mahapatra: the Joy of Living and Loving in his Poetry. Indian Literature 57.2 – 274 (Mar-Apr 2013): 231-233.
Narayan, Shyamala A. Rev. of Raja Rao: the master and his moves. The Journal of Indian Writing in English 35.2 (Jul 2007): 72-74.
Chambial, D. C. Rev. of Two Minute Silence by C. L. Khatri, Silent Days by Jaydeep Sarangi, Paradise Returned and Other Poems by Kedar Nath Sharma, Sukamaa and Other Poems by Nandini Sahu, Maudlin Musings by Manas Bakshi and Eighteen Selected Essays on Divinity and Individuality. Poetcrit 28.2 (Jul 2015): 181-186.
Chandra, Uday. “Escape through the world of books.” Rev. of Baluta by Daya Pawar and Surviving in My World: growing up Dalit in Bengal. Biblio: a Review of Books 20.9-11 (Sep-Nov 2015): 24-25.
Sharma, Sulakshna. Rev. of A Time to Forget by Rajiv Khandelwel; Faithfully, I Wait: poems on rain, thunder and lightning at Jhargram and beyond; Road Not Taken and Other Stories by Ramesh K Srivastava; Folk Tales: from the Northern Region of India. Poetcrit 31.2 (Jul-Dec 2018): 156-162.
Tyagi, Alka. “Two Collections of Disparate Poetic Voices.” Rev. of Song of Silence by Sangeeta Gupta and Faithfully, I Wait. Indian Literature 62.5 – 307 (Sep-Oct 2018): 192-195.
Malas, Abhinandan. Rev. of Marginal Writings in English: Bengali and Other Regional Literature. Poetcrit 27.1 (Jan 2014): 161-165.