Tone Sundt Urstad

Professor emeritus
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Postal address ILOS P.O.Box 1003 Blindern 0315 Oslo Norway

Faglige kompetanseområder

  • Literature and politics in 18th century Britain
  • Indian authors who write in English
  • The representation of India in British literature
  • 18th century satire
  • The English short story
  • Modernism
  • Colonial and Post-Colonial Literature
  • The early English novel


  • The Life and Works of Sir Charles Hanbury Williams


  • Urstad, Tone Sundt (2003). The Use of Hindu Mythology in R.K. Narayan's 'A Horse and Two Goats', Literary Sinews: Essays in Honour of Bjørn Tysdahl. Novus Forlag. ISSN 8270993751. p. 185–196.
  • Urstad, Tone Sundt (2001). Ruth Prawer Jhabvala's The Householder as Bildungsroman. In Lothe, Jakob; Rønning, Anne Holden & Young, Peter (Ed.), Identities and Masks: Colonial and Postcolonial Studies. Høyskoleforlaget, Kristiansand. ISSN 82-7634-294-9. p. 81–96.
  • Urstad, Tone Sundt (2000). A Symbolic Landscape: Nature Imagery in Anita Desai's Fire on the Mountain. New Literature Review. ISSN 0314-7495. 35(Sommer), p. 32–48.

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  • Urstad, Tone Sundt (2000). Sir Robert's Poets: The Use of Literature as Pro-Government Propaganda, 1721-1742. University of Delaware Press. ISBN 0-87413-690-3. 297 p.

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