Additional Resources for India Song by Marguerite Duras

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Bhatia, Nandi, Acts of Authority, Acts of Resistance: Theatre and Politics in Colonial and Postcolonial India, University of Michigan Press, 2004.

Bhatia provides a critical analysis of theater and drama in nineteenth- and twentieth-century India, examined in cultural, political, and historical context.

Cody, Gabrielle H., Impossible Performances: Duras as Dramatist, Peter Lang, 2000.

Cody offers a critical analysis of Duras's major dramatic works.

Dwyer, Rachel, All You Want Is Money, All You Need Is Love: Sexuality and Romance in Modern India, Cassell, 2000.

Dwyer provides a critical analysis of the representation of love, sex, and romance in twentieth-century Indian fiction.

Kerkhoff, Kathinka Renata, Save Ourselves and the Girls!: Girlhood in Calcutta under the Raj, Extravert, 1995.

Kerkhoff offers a critical historical account of the social conditions of girls in Calcutta, India, during the period of British colonial occupation.

Markovitz, Claude, ed., A History of Modern India, 1480—1950, Anthem, 2002.

Markovitz provides an...

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