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The freedom movement spearheaded by Gandhi inspired a flurry of activity in the literary world. The need for an autonomous, independent country lead to an explosion of creativity, which sought to appeal to the masses to take up the cudgels and oust the Britishers from the Indian soil. Therefore, there was a flourish of novels in both regional and as well as in the national stream. This burst of energy in regional literature, laid the ground work of fine - tuning and enhancing the vibrancy and the scope of the Indian English Fiction.
Depositions and Summaries , 1977-1982 Depositions and Summaries
Robert Sam Anson, Oliver Jay Arne, Flossie Kazalen