GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) English History of English Literature Study Material (Page 22 of 26)

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Indian English Writings in the World

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  • New English Literatures is concerned with colonial and postcolonial writing which emerged in former British colonies such as: parts of Africa, Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Caribbean countries, India, Malaysia, Malta, New Zealand, Pakistan, Singapor…

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Bharati Sarabhai՚s the Well of the People

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  • Bharati Sarabhai was born in 1912, a time when India was struggling to free itself from the chains of British colonisers.
  • Bharati was also part of this freedom struggle. She was an ardent follower of Mahatma Gandhi and worked in his Sabarmati Ashram.
  • A bilingual writer, she wrote in Gujarati and English. She was one of the first modern women playwrights of Indian English drama. Her two plays The Well of the People and Two Women are inspired by Mahatma Gandhi՚s philosophy of life.
  • Sarabhai used to write poetry as well. She has contributed some of her poems to the publications of Indian Writing and The London Mercury.
  • The London Mercury was a monthly magazine founded in 1919, which published creative writing …

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