Ghosh is a talented writer and can easily appropriate a situation to his advantage. His narrative method combined with his treatment of history weaves delicate connections between different plots so that no event becomes autonomous. The fictional canvas of Amitav Ghosh depicts truth in varied dimensions. The material condition of the post-colonial Indian society; the experience of colonialism, the struggle for liberation and the dehumanizing, decadent socio-political Conditions that follow independence, with their enduring impact, find a sufficient and proper place in Ghosh’s novels. Ghosh is his own critic and proclaims optimistically. "There is so much in my works which comes from life and experience. As long as my curiosity exists my material is inexhaustible.” This book is a brief description to the life of Amitav Ghosh, his expedition from Calcutta to Delhi University, from Delhi University to Oxford and now in USA. It also sheds light on his Universal academic tour to the roots of different cultures and communities through the routes of his brilliancy as a fiction writer. This book contains critical evaluation of two of his novels The Sea of Poppies and The River of Smoke.
Dr. Gazi Tareq Muzamil is M.A., Ph. D in English Literature. Presently lives in Putrigam Pulwama Kashmir with his joint family. They are seven siblings, four brothers and three sisters. His father Late Sheikh Ghulam Ahmad was a Persian Lecturer. His mother Sitara Akhter is an enthusiastic devotee of Islam. His only book published is Socio-Political Turmoil in Latin America, Apprehended by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Apart from this, he is an independent researcher. He has published various research papers in peer-reviewed national and international research journals, conference/ seminar proceedings and edited anthologies.
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