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Selected Tales and Critical Writings
Edgar Allan Poe, Sathyaraj Venkatesan (Ed.)
Rs. 230, Paperback, 288 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-93-86296-67-2
Edgar Allan Poe is one of the most enigmatic and controversial writers of American literature. Poe’s works continue to engage and baffle readers more than a century after they broke new ground in American letters...
Rs. 250, Paperback, 236 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-93-86296-97-9
This book presents the contexts that generated Victorian literature as we know it: religious dilemmas, new discoveries in science, the advent of industrialisation and the emergence of a new class, growing awareness of women's rights, and the spread of education...
Marxist Literary and Cultural Theory
David Anshen and Andrew Slade (Ed.)
Rs. 220, Paperback, 212 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-93-86392-70-1
This book is designed as an in-depth introduction to Marxist theory and its praxis in literary and cultural studies...
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Harriet Beecher Stowe, Aloka Patel (Ed)
Rs. 425, Paperback, 584 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-93-86296-70-2
Published in 1852, Uncle Tom's Cabinis an account of the trials and tribulations of the eponymous character and other slaves in antebellum America, and is a testament to the fact that literature can bring about social change...
Crossing Borders: Essays on Literature, Culture, and Society in Honor of Amritjit Singh
Tapan Basu and Tasneem Shahnaaz
Rs. 1125, Paperback, 376 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-93-86689-36-8
Crossing Borders is a volume of interdisciplinary essays on the paradigm of borders in African American literature, multi-ethnic U.S. studies, and South Asian studies...
Revolution of the Ordinary: Literary Studies after Wittgensttein, Austin and Cavell
Rs. 1025, Paperback, 304 pp
158 x 240 mm, 978-93-86392-74-9
This book discusses the power of ordinary language philosophy—a tradition inaugurated by Ludwig Wittgenstein and J. L. Austin, and extended by Stanley Cavell—to transform literary studies...
Demonetisation and Black Money
C. Rammanohar Reddy
Rs. 295, Paperback, 272 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-93-86392-61-9
On 8 November 2016, India took the dramatic and unprecedented step of demonetising its high denomination Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes in an effort to fight black money, eliminate counterfeit notes and stop terror funding...
Theoretical Foundations of Comparative Politics
Subrata Mukherjee and Sushila Ramaswamy
Rs. 295, Paperback, 306 pp
180 x 240 mm, 978-93-86296-30-6
The modern study of Comparative Politics emerged in the late nineteenth century, and since then has evolved largely due to the research in US universities...
Immunising the Children of the World
Ralph H. Henderson
Rs. 550, Hardback, 118 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6419-0
In Immunising the Children of the World, Ralph H. Henderson tells the story of WHO’s contributions to the global efforts to ensure worldwide immunisation...
Revisiting India′s Partition: New Essays on Memory, Culture, and Politics
Amritjit Singh, Nalini Iyer, and Rahul K. Gairola (Eds)
Rs. 1100, Hardback, 400 pp
158 x 240 mm, 978-81-250-6412-1
Revisiting India′s Partition: New Essays on Memory, Culture, and Politics is a contributory volume on the Partition of India on the eve of Independence...
Writing and Editing News
K. V. Krishnaswamy
Rs. 525, Paperback, 232 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6418-3
Methods of news gathering and writing, and presenting them have seen unprecedented changes in the past two decades.Newsrooms today deliver news across streams and formats and as it breaks...
Too Many Men, Too Few Women: Social Consequences of Gender Imbalance in India and China
Rs. 995, Hardback, 352 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6249-3
The gender balance in Asia is significantly shaped by the male-biased sex ratios of two of its most populous countries, China and India...
Participation at the Crossroads: Decentralisation and Water Politics in West Bengal
Rs. 650, Hardback, 156 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6308-7
Participation at the Crossroads discusses decentralised governance and the politics of water management in India with specific focus on West Bengal...
The Afterlife of Sai Baba: Competing Visions of a Global Saint
Rs. 950, Hardback, 280 pp
158 x 240 mm, 978-81-250-6313-1
Nearly a century after his death, the image of Sai Baba, the serene old man with a white beard from Shirdi village in Maharashtra, is instantly recognizable to most South Asians (and many Westerners) as a guru for all faiths...
Indian Foreign Policy: An Overview
Harsh V. Pant
Rs. 850, Hardback, 256 pp
158 x 240 mm, 978-81-250-6314-8
India now plays an important role on the global stage.Its political clout has increased, along with its economic and military growth.Considered a balancing power in the Asia–Pacific region...
Doing Style: Youth and Mass Mediation in South India
Constantine V. Nakassis
Rs. 1075, Hardback, 336 pp
158 x 240 mm, 978-81-250-6301-8
In Doing Style, Constantine V. Nakassis explores the world of youth and mass media in South India. Through ethnographic descriptions of college life in urban Tamil Nadu...
Water: Growing Understanding, Emerging Perspectives
Mihir Shah,P.S. Vijayshankar (Ed.)
Rs. 895, Paperback, 576 pp
160 x 240 mm, 978-81-250-6292-9
For decades after independence, Indian planning ignored the need for sustainability and equity in water resource development and management.There was just one way forward...
Education, Conflict and Peace
Rs. 285, Paperback, 120 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6247-9
The past few years have witnessed an alarming rise in prejudice and aggression in India. A nation like ours, pluralistic in nature and secular by Constitution...
International Trade and Industrial Development in India: Emerging Trends, Patterns and Issues
C. Veeramani and R. Nagaraj
Rs. 950, Hardback, 360 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-6299-8
The economic liberalisation of the early 1990s is a significant milestone in the economic history of India. Two decades hence, this book provides a meaningful assessment...
Odishara Bhasha Samooh (Volume 22, Part 3) (Odiya) - Bharatiya Bhasha Lok Sarvekshan
Ganesh Devy (Chief Editor),D. P. Pattanayak, Mahendra Kumar Mishra
Rs. 3250, Hardback, 744 pp
180 x 240 mm, 978-81-250-6291-2
The Peoples’ Linguistic Survey of India is a right based movement for carrying out a nation-wide survey of Indian languages especially the languages of fragile communities such as nomadic, coastal, island, hill and forest communities...
Rs. 350, Paperback, 360 pp
140 x 216 mm, 978-81-250-5954-7
This book is a Telugu version of the Book The Fall and Rise of Telangana published by Orient BlackSwan in 2014...
34th Annual Awards for Excellence in Book Production
The Federation of Indian Publishers (FIP) , September 2, 2016 | New Delhi
Orient BlackSwan won three awards at the 34th Annual Awards for Excellence in Book Production, organised by The Federation of Indian Publishers.
1. In the
General Books (Hardbound) : Regional Languages
category our title:
People's Linguistic Survey of India - Vol. 9, Part 3: Languages of Gujarat (Gujarati)
2. In the
Reference Books: Hindi
category, our title:
People's Linguistic Survey of India - Vol. 16, Part 1: Languages of Madhya Pradesh (Hindi)
3. In the
Price Lists, Catalogues & Brochures (Hindi) category
Hindi Pustakein 2015-16 (for Universities)
catalogue won the
Ms Sugandhi Kapoor
(Vice President, Publishing - Indian Languages) and
Mr Rakesh Khemani
(Senior Regional Production Manager) accepted the awards on behalf of Orient BlackSwan.
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