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Nationalism and internationalism in selected Indian English novels, 1909-1930

@inproceedings{Banerjee2014NationalismAI,
  title={Nationalism and internationalism in selected Indian English novels, 1909-1930},
  author={Tanmayee Banerjee},
  year={2014}
}
The thesis aims at analyzing the ideas of Indian nationalism and Indian identity as constructed and disseminated through four Indian English novels published between 1909 and 1930. The novels to be dealt with in this thesis were authored and published during two of the very important phases in the history of Indian nationalist movement – the Swadeshi Movement (1903-1908) and the Non Co-operation Movement of the 1920s. Thus, this thesis will prove how Indian English novels published before 1930… 

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