Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Table of Contents

Literary Secularism: Religion and Modernity in Twentieth-Century Fiction

by Amardeep Singh

Table of Contents

Chapter 1- The Critical Tradition and the Modern Novel: From Daniel Defoe to James Wood

Chapter 2: British Secularism, Jewish Assimilation: George Eliot’s Daniel Deronda

Chapter 3: Holy Water, Fluid Modernity – Rabindranath Tagore and Hindu Reform

Chapter 4: Diasporas and Promised Lands: Ireland, Israel, and Joyce's Ulysses

Chapter 5: The Elusive Ideal of Secular Writing: V.S. Naipaul and Literary Secularism in India

Chapter 6: The Ambiguous Relationship Between Men and Angels: Rushdie's Daemonic Secularism

Chapter 7: The Myriad Failures of Religious Law: Indian Feminism and the Uniform Civil Code

Chapter 8: Literary Secularism After 9/11: Orhan Pamuk and Philip Roth

Works Cited




Blogger Vishal said...


Congrats for your book Literary Secularism.
You should list your book at AmritsarHelp.com So, peoples know more about Indian Feminism, Rabindranath Tagore and Hindu Reform ....
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