About the BookThe Volume includes discussions on the American tradition of poetry as reflected in and enriched by the poetry of Robert Frost; then moving through Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, Sylvia Plath and Philip Roth and finally focuses on Ernest Hemingway.
Seven highly perceptive studies by eminent scholars on different aspects of Hemingway offer substantial meat as much for Hemingway scholars as for anybody interested in this great Nobel Laureate of keen active interest in the celebration of life in diverse ways.
Anybody who is interested in American Literature will find this book extremely interesting. Teachers, scholars, and students of American literature will also find the book useful because of the authors’ masterly handling of some major American writers and texts.About the Author/sMohit K. Ray, a full Professor since 1982, is one of the seniormost professors in the country. He has published three books and a large number of research papers in scholarly journals in India and abroad, which reflect his wide range of scholarship including Criticism, Comparative Literature, New Literatures, Canonical Literature, Comparative Poetics and Translation Studies. Professor Ray is associated with many international bodies, and has attended and chaired sessions as an invited participant in many international conferences held in different parts of the world — England, France, Austria, Finland, Estonia, America, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, etc.
Professor Ray has studied several languages including Latin, Sanskrit, Arabic, French and German etc.
He has edited several anthologies of critical studies, and edits two research journals.