Monday, November 2, 2009

Selected bibliography of Ramanujan's works

The Striders. London: Oxford U. Press, 1966.
Interior Landscapes: Love Poems from a Classical Tamil Anthology. Bloomington: Indiana U. Press. 1967.
Hokkulalli Huvilla, No Lotus in the Navel. Dharwar, 1969.
Relations. London, New York: Oxford U. Press, 1971.
Speaking of Siva. Harmondsworth, Great Britain: Penguin Books, 1973.
(with Edwin Gerow, eds.) The Literatures of India. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1974.
Selected Poems. Delhi, New York: Oxford U. Press, 1976.
Samskara. Delhi: Oxford U. Press, 1976.
Mattu Itara Padyagalu And Other Poems. Dharwar, 1977.
Hymns for the Drowning. Princeton: Princeton U. Press, 1981.
The Epic of Palnadu: A Study of Translation of Palnati Vinula Katha, a Telugu Oral Tradition from Andhra Pradesh, India. New York: Oxford University Press, 1982.
Poems of Love and War. New York: Colombia U. Press, 1985.
Second Sight. New York: Oxford U. Press, 1986.
(with S. Blackburn, eds.) Another Harmony New Essays on the Folklore of India. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1986. 294-344.
(with Vinay Dharwadker, eds.) The Oxford Anthology of Modern Indian Poetry. 1990
Folktales from India, Oral Tales from Twenty Indian Languages. New York: Pantheon Books, 1991.
The Collected Poems of A. K. Ramanujan. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1995.
A Flowering Tree and Other Oral Tales from India.
Essays :
(with W. Bright.) "Sociolinguistic Variation and Language Change." In Sociolinguistics: Selected Readings. J.B. Pride and J. Holmes, eds. London: Penguin, 1964.
"The Indian Oedipus." In Oedipus: A Folklore Casebook. Alan Dundes and Lowell Edmunds, eds. New York: Garland Press, 1983. 234-261.
"On Folk Puranas." Conference on Puranas, University of Wisconsin, Madison, August, mss. 1985.
"Two Realms of Kannada Folklore." In Another Harmony New Essays on the Folklore of India. Blackburn and Ramanujan, eds. Berkeley: U of California Press, 1986. 41-75.
"Introduction." In Indian Folktales, Beck et al., 1987. xxv-xxxi.
"The Relevance of South Asian Folklore." In Indian Folklore II, Peter Claus, J. Handoo, and D.P. Pattanayak, eds. Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages, 1987. 79-156.
"Classics Lost and Found." In Contemporary India: Essays on the Uses of Tradition. Carla M. Borden, ed. Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1989.
"Where Mirrors are Windows: Toward an anthology of reflections." In History of Religions 28.3 (1989): 187-216.
1990 "Is There an Inidan Way of Thinking?" In India Through Hindu Categories. McKim Marriott, ed. New Delhi/London: Sage publications, 1990.
"Three hundred Ramayanas." In Many Ramayanas: The Diversity of a Narrative Tradition. Paula Richman, ed. Berkeley: U Cal Press, 1991.
"Toward a Counter-System: Women's Tales." In A. Appadurai, F. Korom, and M. Mills, eds. Philadelphia: U Penn Press, 1991.
"A story in search of an audience." In Parabola 17.3 (1992): 79-82.
"On Folk Mythologies and Folk Puranas." In Purana Perennis: Reciprocity and Transformation in Hindu and Jaina Texts. Wendy Doniger, ed. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1993.
1994 "Some Thoughts on 'Non-Western' Classics, with Indian Examples." World Literature Today, 1994. 68.

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