This book offers a critical exploration of the role of English in postcolonial communities such as India. Specifically, it focuses on some local ways in which the language falls along the lines of a class-based divide (with ancillary ones of gender and caste as well). The book argues that issues of inequality, subordination and unequal value seem to revolve directly around the general positioning of English in relation to vernacular languages. The author was raised and schooled in the Indian educational system.Write two paragraphs about your plans for Christmas /Diwali/Id. ac You are traveling by bus /train. There is an accident on the way. Write two ... Write an essay on the migration of birds and some reasons for it. ac Imagine that you were lost in aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The English-vernacular Divide|
|Publisher||:||Multilingual Matters Limited - 2005|