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




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