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Jhabvala, R. Prawer: Get Ready for Battle, 1962 750 John Murray ; fester Einband / hard cover; 1. Ed.
Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket Edition: First Edition; First Printing Hardcover. 8vo. John Murray. 1962. 224 pgs. First Edition/First Printing. DJ in VG shape with light shelfwear present to the DJ. No ownership marks present. Text is clean and free of marks, binding tight and solid, boards clean with no wear present. Photos sent upon request. 750; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 224 pages
Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer: GET READY FOR BATTLE, 1989 Simon & Schuster ; weicher Einband / soft cover
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M. Rajeshwar Illustrator: . Indian Women Novelists and Psychoanalysis: A Study of Neurotic Character, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd 2001 ISBN: 9788171567843
New Hardcover . Neurosis reminds us of the fact that there is a seamy side to our civilization. Society compels every individual to repress instinctual urges and the desire for the free exercise of will, all in the name of upholding its ideals and expectations which are very often oppressive and anti-human. If the individual is too ill-equipped to oppose the societal sanctions openly he or she will find an alternative in neurosis because it is a form of protest among other things. Neurosis is thus invested with profound psychological and social significance. It is basically subversive. Indian society continues to be rigid and conservative and the repression one has to put up with is often very severe. Women especially bear the brunt of it as the social norms and moral codes are heavily loaded against them. It is against this background that some of the Indian women novelists in English have fictionally treated the neurotic suffering of susceptible characters. Through this fictional endeavour they seem to underscore the need for subverting the present oppressive value system in order to make way for a humane social order. This book proposes to discuss the neurotic characters of the Indian women novelists in the light of Freudian and post-Freudian psychoanalysis which has equipped the modern literary critic with remarkable knowledge of the inner struggles of literary characters and other aspects of the literary product. The novels studied here are: Anita DesaiaEUR s Cry, the Peacock and Where Shall We Go this Summer?, Bharati MukherjeeaEUR s Wife, Kamala MarkandayaaEUR s A Silence of Desire, Shashi DeshpandeaEUR s That Long Silence, Ruth Prawer JhabvalaaEUR s Get Ready for Battle, Nergis DalalaEUR s The Inner Door and Nayantara SahgalaEUR s The Day in Shadow. Apart from this, the book contains a chapter and an appendix which prespectivise and discuss in detail Freudian psychoanalysis, characters and neurosis, and Indian women novelists in English. Psychoanalytic critical study of literary works is limited to a few stray articles in India. This book is, in fact, the first full-length psychoanalytic critical study of Indian fiction in English. Printed Pages: 120. .
[SW: Indian Women Novelists and Psychoanalysis: A Study of Neurotic CharacterM. Rajeshwar9788171567843]