Daniela Rogobete is Senior Lecturer in English Literature at the Department of British, American and German Studies, University of Craiova, Romania. She holds a PhD in Postcolonial Studies and this continues to be her major field of study, with a particular focus on Contemporary Indian Literature written in English. Her published work includes such titles as When Texts Come into Play–Intertexts and Intertextuality (2003), Metaphor—Between Language and Thought (2008), Deconstructing Silence—Ambiguity and Censored Metaphors in Salman Rushdie’s Fiction (2010), numerous articles and studies on Indian English fiction, intertextuality and visual culture published in national and international journals, as well as literary translations. She also co-edited The Silent Life of Things: Reading and Representing Commodified Objecthood, (2016; with Jonathan P. A. Sell and Alan Munton) and The Partition of India: Beyond Improbable Lines (2018; with Elisabetta Marino).