The Place of Prafulla Mohanti among the Other Indians Writers In English

Manoranjan Behura

Abstract


Prafulla Mohanti is a new name in English literature who was born in 1936 in the remote village of Nanpur, the Jajpur district of Odisha. The uniqueness of his writing is that he portrays his village, Nanpur in almost all of his writings as the main character. This paper makes an assessment of Mohanti and compares him with the other Indian waters in English.

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globalization and indigenous Culture.

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