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Introduction xi 1 Imagining the Past: The Native and the Not-So-Native 1 Anchorings JasbirJain 2 Narrative Endings 15 Prafulla C. Kar 3 The Book of Mrs. Noah: Theory and Practice in Feminist 25 Rewriting Sudha Rai 4 John Fowles: Two Novels 39 RK. Kaul 5 The Search for Authenticity in The Biographer's Tale 47 Santosh Gupta 6 Interrogating the 'Self: An Exploration of 58 Anita Brookner's Hotel du Lac Shaila Mahan 7 Exuberance as a Strategy in Angela Carter's Wise Children 80 Charu Mathur , 8 Subversive Narratives in Muriel Spark's Fiction: A Reading 89 of Two Novels Preeti Bhatt 9 Multiculturalism in Margaret Drabble's The Witch ofExmoor 106 Nidhi Singh 10 Nighls at the Circus: Multiple Directions in Narratology 116 Sudha Shastri 11 Challenging the Male Gaze and Motherhood in 127 Doris Lessing's The Summer Before the Dark and The Fifth Child Mini Nanda 12 Anita Brookner: A Reluctant Feminist's Fictional World 137 Bandana Chakrabarty 13 The Stories Ghosts Tell in Muriel Spark's 144 The Portobello Road and Other Stories Urmil Talwar 14 The Nowhere People: Paul Scott's Staying On 154 Veena Singh 15 Multiple Selves of Kate Brown in Doris Lessing's 164 The Summer Before the Dark Supriya Agarwal 16 The House and the Church in Michele Roberts' 174 Daughters of the House Krishna Sharma 17 Growing Up in Wilderness: African Stories of Doris Lessing 186 Madhuri Chatterjee 18 Shadows of 'Bloody Past and Uneasy Present': Space in 194 Paul Scott's TheJewel in the Crown Ila Rather 19 The Aesthetics of Nostalgia in the Films of Merchant-Ivory 202 Vijaya Singh 20 Fantasy and the Harry Potter Novels 211 Joya Chakravarty 21 "The Cages People Live In": The Short Stories of 225 Doris Lessing Manveen Brar 22 The Role of Epiphany in the Novels of Angus Wilson 237 Aruna Pandey 23 Patriarchal Agency and the Agents of Patriarchy: Re-reading 256 Angela Carter's Feminism Rajul Bhargava