The Serpent And The Rope

Author: Raja Rao
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 9351188019
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The Serpent And The Rope from the Author: Raja Rao. Rama, a young scholar, meets Madeleine at a university in France. Though they seem to be made for each other, both alike in temperament and character, at times they are divided, a huge gulf separating them. Rama’s trip back to India for his father’s illness forcibly reminds him of the underlying contrasts between India and Europe, and of a certain conflict between them in himself. When he returns to France, Rama and Madeleine must face the problems in their marriage. Can they preserve their identities, or must one sacrifice one’s inheritance to make the relationship a success?

Raja Rao

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The Snake And The Rope

Author: Ph. D. George R. Elder
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 1457508788
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The Snake And The Rope from the Author: Ph. D. George R. Elder. While there are many psychological monographs on Hinduism, no work has surveyed the history of that tradition in a sustained way. Thus, The Snake and the Rope: A Jungian View of Hinduism breaks new ground both for religious studies and for psychology. Trained on both sides of the argument, the author of this work is uniquely qualified to elucidate what, for example, the Vedic hymns meant to the people who composed them and what they might mean for us today. He shows us what karma means for Hindus and what Jung says it canmean for us. We learn how Jungians use the term "Self" that Jung borrowed from the Upanishads and how it is the same and different in its new, modern context. The reader will witness a red thread of "goddess worship" from earliest India to Classical Hinduism. Jung says the modern equivalent is devotion to the collective unconscious deep within ourselves. Having served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in a Thai village in the late 1960's, George R. Elder returned to the States to earn a Ph.D. in Buddhist Studies from Columbia University. He subsequently taught Comparative Religions at Hunter College (City University of New York) and would co-chair the Religion Program for several years. In 1989, Dr. Elder and his family relocated to Florida. He trained to become a Jungian analyst and maintains a professional relationship with the C. G. Jung Study Center of Southern California. His works include The Body: An Encyclopedia of Archetypal Symbolism in collaboration with ARAS (Shambhala, 1996). He recently co-edited An American Jungian: In Honor of Edward F. Edinger(Inner City, 2009).

Indian English Literature

Author: Basavaraj S. Naikar
Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist
ISBN: 9788126901203
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Indian English Literature from the Author: Basavaraj S. Naikar. Collected In This Anthology Are Perceptive Articles On The Major Indian English Writers Including Novelists, Dramatists And Poets Who Have Enriched The Realm Of Letters. The Thematic Concerns Of These Writers Range From The Mythical To The Mundane; The Colonial To The Postcolonial; The Social To The Individual And The Psychological To The Satirical. The Anthology Is, Therefore, Polyphonic In Nature.The Writers Studied In This Anthology Represent All The Three Generations : G.V. Desani, Mulk Raj Anand, Raja Rao, Chaman Nahal, Arun Joshi, Basavaraj Naikar, Amitav Ghosh, Nayantara Sahgal, Anita Desai, Shashi Deshpande, Namita Gokhale, Arundhati Roy, Girish Karnad, Jayanta Mahapatra And T.R. Rajasekharaiah.The Contributors To This Volume Include Basavaraj Naikar, S.N. Vikram Raj Urs, Shankar Prasad Singha, Aroonima Sinha, P.D. Dubbe, M.R. Verma, Asha Choubey, N.B. Masal, Kuldeep Kumar, Gajendra Kumar, G.A. Ghanshyam, M.A. Nare, R.K. Gupta And Binod Mishra.

A Critical Study Of Novels Of Arun Joshi Raja Rao And Sudhin N Ghose

Author: T. J. Abraham
Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist
ISBN: 9788171567744
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A Critical Study Of Novels Of Arun Joshi Raja Rao And Sudhin N Ghose from the Author: T. J. Abraham. This Book Attempts To Establish That A Search For One S Self In Indian English Fiction Distinctively Enough, Culminates In An Identification Of Individual Self With The Absolute. Three Novelists Aran Joshi, Raja Rao And Sudhin N. Ghose Who Are Considered To Be Representing Three Un¬Related Concerns Come In For Analysis. It Is Interesting To See How These Three Richly Complex Novelists Opt For A Climactic Non-Dualist Metaphysics, So Much So, That Their Protagonists In Their Autological Best Congregate To Proclaim Not Hosanna But Tat Tvam Asi, That Art Thou.

The Snake And The Rope

Author: Ph. D. George R. Elder
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 1457508788
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The Snake And The Rope from the Author: Ph. D. George R. Elder. While there are many psychological monographs on Hinduism, no work has surveyed the history of that tradition in a sustained way. Thus, The Snake and the Rope: A Jungian View of Hinduism breaks new ground both for religious studies and for psychology. Trained on both sides of the argument, the author of this work is uniquely qualified to elucidate what, for example, the Vedic hymns meant to the people who composed them and what they might mean for us today. He shows us what karma means for Hindus and what Jung says it canmean for us. We learn how Jungians use the term "Self" that Jung borrowed from the Upanishads and how it is the same and different in its new, modern context. The reader will witness a red thread of "goddess worship" from earliest India to Classical Hinduism. Jung says the modern equivalent is devotion to the collective unconscious deep within ourselves. Having served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in a Thai village in the late 1960's, George R. Elder returned to the States to earn a Ph.D. in Buddhist Studies from Columbia University. He subsequently taught Comparative Religions at Hunter College (City University of New York) and would co-chair the Religion Program for several years. In 1989, Dr. Elder and his family relocated to Florida. He trained to become a Jungian analyst and maintains a professional relationship with the C. G. Jung Study Center of Southern California. His works include The Body: An Encyclopedia of Archetypal Symbolism in collaboration with ARAS (Shambhala, 1996). He recently co-edited An American Jungian: In Honor of Edward F. Edinger(Inner City, 2009).