Translation, Script and Orality

30 April 2021

Translation, Script and Orality
Becoming a Language of State
Rochelle Pinto

This book examines debates around Konkani and its development, looking at translations, popular literature, newspaper articles and scholarly essays on the language. It also traces how Konkani acquired cultural dominance and the ways in which it strayed from nationalist literary norms.

Orient BlackSwan, Rs 1,145, 408 pages