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Volume : XI, Issue : VI, July - 2021


Dr. Dhanaji Nagane, None

DOI : 10.9780/22307850, By : Laxmi Book Publication

Abstract :

No Indo-English writer of fiction has ever taken up the traumatic issue of India’s partition and dealt with it so vividly and lucidly as Khushwant Singh in Train to Pakistan.

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Dr. Dhanaji Nagane, None(2021). TRAIN TO PAKISTAN: THE THEME OF PARTITION. Indian Streams Research Journal, Vol. XI, Issue. VI, DOI : 10.9780/22307850,

References :

  1. Shyam M. Ansar: “A study of Train to Pakistan” appearing in Rajasthan Journal of English studies, Vol.2, Jan 1976, p.9.
  2. V.A. Shahane: “An Artist in Realism” from Critical Eassys on Indo-English Literature (Dharwar) edited by M.K. Naik.
  3. K.K. Sharma & B.K. Johri: The partition in Indina-English Novels, Chapter III, p.85, Publishers Vimal Prakashan, Ghaziabad. K.K.

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