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  2. Alok Bhalla
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  1. “Wall of Words”: Fakir Mohan Senapati, Premchand, and The Language Controversies in Late Colonial India
  2. Sumanyu Satpathy
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  1. A Space for Debate: Fashioning the Urdu Novel in Colonial India
  2. Jennifer Dubrow
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  1. Altered Realities, New Experiences: Bhisham Sahni, Nirmal Verma, and the “Nayi Kahani” Movement
  2. Madhu Singh
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  1. Aja’ib, Ghar’aib, Tilismi Qisse, and Salman Rushdie’s Tilismi Realism
  2. Anjali Gera Roy
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  1. Into Bhasha and English: Comparative Study of Bhasha and English Translation in India
  2. Mini Chandran
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  1. Dialectics and Caste: Rethinking Dalit Life-Writings in the Vernacular, Comparing Dalit Narratives
  2. Sreya Chatterjee
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  1. The Hindi Postcolonial—Categories and Configurations
  2. Harish Trivedi
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  1. Anxieties of Post-Coloniality: Postcolonialism and Odia Literature
  2. Subhendu Mund
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  1. Can Bengali Literature be Postcolonial?
  2. Auritro Majumder
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  1. A Note From the Guest Editors
  2. Amritjit Singh, Nalini Iyer
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  1. Introduction: Beyond the Anglophone—Comparative South Asian Literatures
  2. Amritjit Singh, Nalini Iyer
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