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Bombay Modern The FlashPoints series is devoted to books that consider literature beyond strictly national and disciplinary frameworks, and that are distinguished both by their historical grounding and by their theoretical and conceptual strength. Our books engage theory without losing touch with history and work historically without falling into uncritical positivism. FlashPoints aims for a broad audience within the humanities and the social sciences concerned with moments of cultural emergence and transformation. In a Benjaminian mode, FlashPoints is interested in how literature contributes to forming new constellations of culture and history and in how such formations function critically and politically in the present. Series titles are available online at series editors: Ali Behdad (Comparative Literature and English, UCLA), Founding Editor; Judith Butler (Rhetoric and Comparative Literature, UC Berkeley), Founding Editor; Michelle Clayton (Hispanic Studies and Comparative Literature, Brown University); Edward Dimendberg (Film and Media Studies, Visual Studies, and European Languages and Studies, UC Irvine), Coordinator; Catherine Gallagher (English, UC Berkeley), Founding Editor; Nouri Gana (Comparative Literature and Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, UCLA); Susan Gillman (Literature, UC Santa Cruz); Jody Greene (Literature, UC Santa Cruz); Richard Terdiman (Literature, UC Santa Cruz) A complete list of titles begins on page 293. Bombay Modern Arun Kolatkar and Bilingual Literary Culture Anjali Nerlekar northwestern university press ❘ evanston, illinois Northwestern University Press Copyright © 2016 by Northwestern University Press. Published 2016. All rights reserved. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication data are available from the Library of Congress. The paper used in this publication meets the minimum requirements of the American National Standard for Information Sciences—Permanence of Paper for Printed Library Materials, ANSI Z39.4811992. ISBN 978–0–8101–3274–0 (cloth) ISBN 978–0–8101–3273–3 (paper) ISBN 978–0–8101–3275–7 (e-book) this book is made possible by a collaborative grant from the andrew w. mellon foundation. To my mother, Saraswati Kadekodi (1940–1984). She is at the source of all I do. My pencil is sharpened at both ends          . . .    what I write with one end     comes out as English    what I write with the other     comes out as Marathi —Arun Kolatkar, “Making Love to a Poem” ...


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