Booker Prize Winner Indian English Novels: A Kaleidoscopic Study celebrates the laurels achieved by Salman Rushdie (Midnight’s Children - 1981), Arundhati Roy (The God of Small Things – 1997), Kiran Desai (The Inheritance of Loss – 2006) and Aravind Adiga (The White Tiger – 2008). These four novelists created an impact in the global scenario, thereby adding accolades to the literary output of India. The present volume, edited by Dr. Arvind Nawale and Dr. Vishwanath Bite brings together the critical and the thematic issues addressed in the aforesaid literary works.
Each novel launches a new perspective to the concerns addressed. The critical essays have been precisely chosen so that readers can figure out the various segments associated with a particular novel. The milieu and the circumstances projected in the respective novel have been assessed in the light of critical theories and insights. This book will certainly be acclaimed and eventually shower esteem and admiration on the four Booker Prize Indian novelists.