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Jainendrakumar and His Contribution to Indian Poetics

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Brief Background of Hindi Literature

  • Hindi is one of the major languages of India. Not only it is the mother tongue of a large population of India, but it also serves as a medium of communication among the non-Hindi speakers in India.
  • For thousands of years Hindi has given birth to gifted writers and poets who have set a benchmark in the Indian literary tradition.
  • The beauty of Hindi literature is based on the mystic poetry of Kabir and Jayasi, in the magnanimous religious epic of Tulsi Das, the devotional songs created by Surdas and also in the profoundl…

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Suresh Joshi and Indian Poetics

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Introduction

  • Suresh Joshi is rightly deemed to be the forerunner of the modernist and post-modernist trends in the post independent period of Gujarati literature.
  • He brought modernism to Gujarati literature as like B. S. Mardhekar to Marathi. His contribution to short fiction, literary prose and literary criticism is remarkable. He gave acute self-awareness to Gujarati literature.
  • His critical writing highlights the processes of aesthetic transformation in literary transactions.
  • He introduced a theory of fiction in Gujarati known as ‘Ghatanavilop’ which insisted on minimizing the plot element and enriching the sugge…

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