Issues

Vol. I Issue III 2013

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1Heterotopic Festivities: Exploring The Dynamics Of The Ganga Jamuna Natya UtsavMr. Abin Chakraborty

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2The Theme Of Metamorphosis In The Fictional Works Of Manoj DasPragyan Prabartika Dash

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3Remedial Teaching Through Refined Teachers And TechnologyDr. S.Mercy Gnana Gandhi

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4Qualitative Gaps Between Teacher And Student While Studying English Literature At Post-Graduate LevelMr. Vishal Chandrakant Bodhale

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5Poetic Rosarium of A.K. ChoudharyDr. Bimal Kumar

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6Dynamics Of Patriotic Identity In The Light Of Raja Rao’s KanthapuraGrishma Khobragade

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7Social Transition Through The Representation Of Home: A Study Of Amit Chaudhuri’s NovelsDr. Arun Yadav

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8English As A Language Of Decolonization In Post- Colonial India: A Study Of Raja Rao’s KanthapuraRaj Kumar

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9Portrayal of Racial-Gender Issues In The Poems of Langston HughesB.Sreekanth Reddy

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10The Fictions of Bharti Mukherjee: A Feministic PerspectiveTarun Kumar Yadav

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11Rabindranath Tagore As a Short Story WriterDr. P.Satyanarayana, A.Phaniraja Kumar

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12Dalit Outcry and Angst in ‘The God of Small Things’Dr. Ujjaval Pandit

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13At A Slight Angle To Reality : Identity Crisis In The Novels Of Bharati MukherjeeR. Annie Vidhya

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14Sri Aurobindo’s Notion of BoycottProf. Debashri Banerjee

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15Chetan Bhagat’s “Five Point Someone” What Not To Do At Iit- A Fascinating Novel of ‘Friendship and Creativity’Dr. S. Sreeramulu

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16The Changing Trends In Indian Writing In English Literature With Special Reference To Chetan Bhagat’s FictionMrs. Abha Dayal

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17Am I Right Or Wrong? A Study Of Marital Dilemmas In Anita Desai’s ‘Cry, The Peacock’Nishtha Mahajan

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18Second Language Learning Via First Language By Testing Learning Vocabulary Through Using Two Different Mediums Of Instruction(Romana) Iran Dolati, Zahra Ghodsi

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19Indo-Nostalgic Writing: A Novel Experiment In CreativePritam Takur

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20Prakash Jha’s Film Arakshan: Ambedkar’s Mission And Vision In Present ScenarioDharmendra Singh

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21Magic of Morphs Behind The Stunning Language of Swami Vivekanandain The World's Parliament of ReligionsPankaj Sharma

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22A Brief Survey of Approaches To Myth With Special Reference To E.B.TylorMahesh M. Nivargi

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23Bibliographical Essay: Criticism On Harold PinterSwarupananda Chatterjee

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24Jacques Derrida As A Deconstructive Theorist With Special Reference To “Structure, Sign And Play In The Discourse Of Human SciencesBabita

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25The Parallel Dynamics Between The Individual And The Nation In Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s ChildrenMs. M. Thenmozhi, Dr.Sarika Tyagi

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26Representing Wo(E)Man In Saikia’s Evening WalkDr. Bishnu Prasad Varma

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27Being Cooperative: A Pragmatic Approach To Teaching Communicative EnglishSunayana Chowdhury Varma

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28Teaching Of Grammar For L2 And L3, In Indian ContextMathachan K.J.

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29Gandhian Ideals In Raja Rao’s KanthapuraP. Prayer Elmo Raj

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30Translating Language Politics And Decolonising The Stage In Dev Virahsawmy’s ToufannDr. Onkar Nath Upadhyay

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31Indian Feminism In Anita Nair’s Ladies Coupe And MistressMrs. Alice Cherian

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32Subversive Politics Of Racism In Toni Morrison’s The Bluest EyeDr. Shruti Das

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33Children’s Fantasy In Harry Potter’s Novels; Relevance In The Contemporary WorldJoe George Emmatty

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34Treatment of Sex And Eccentricity In Man-Woman Relationship In The Selected Works Of Patrick WhiteDr. P. Bagavathy Rajan

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35V. S. Naipaul’s A House For Mr. Biswas: A Study of Mohun’s Rudeness And DisloyaltyBijender Singh

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36Anita Nair As a Post- Modern Indian Woman NovelistA. Phaniraja Kumar, Janardhanreddy.K

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37Tdas: The Theory of The Destruction of All Systems Andrei Azsacra (Zarathustra)

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38“Dalitness” Of Indian Women In Indian English LiteratureCh.Satyavani, K.Satish Kumar

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39“When Circles Are Made Squares And Squares Made Circles”: Translating Kosla And KaalamChilkhe Ganesh Nagorao, Minu Susan Koshy

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40Rural Ethos In Kamala Markandaya's "Nectar In A Sieve"Prof. Akhade Kavita Dattatraya

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41Wole Soyinka’s Kongi’s Harvest: A Political SatireDr. T. Jeevan Kumar

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42Is Lexicography A Field In Semantics?Dr. Parman Singh

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43Infatuation For Selfless Sex And Quest For Voluptuous Love In Kamala Das PoetryDr. Adi Ramesh Babu

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44Reclamation Of Identities Through Screen: A Study of Onir’s I AmManjari Shukla, Maneesh Rai

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45Analytical Study of The Position of Translated Persian Literature In English Literary PolysystemSayyed Mohammad Karimi Behbahani (Ph.D.)

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46Representation of Modern Culture And Modern Trend In Chetan Bhagat FictionDr. Ravi Kumar Mishra

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47Alienation Within The Home: The Predicament Of Minority Assimilation In Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance of LossArun Singh

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48Immigrant Identity, Nostalgia For Home And Home Land: A Perception In Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s The Vine of DesireMrs. G. Serwani Venkata Swamy

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49An Introduction To Wendy Mulford, An Early Postmodern PoetK. Aravind Mitra

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50The Poetry Of Jayanta Mahapatra: A StudyDr. Jibanandanda Mukhaerjee

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51Glimpse of Arbindonean Racy StyleAjay Prasad Singh

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52‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’-A Diasporic Utterance Of Neil BissoondathChirag S Pandya

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53Relic of The Past: An Overview of The Select Poems of Seamus HeaneySheeba V. Rajan

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54The Need To Fictionalize History: A Novel Perspective Of The Historical Events Presented In The Cracking India. ( The Ice Candy ManNavin Patwa

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55Woman As a Rubber Ball In Indian Orthodox Society In Poetry of Kamala DasMrs. Deepika Rani

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56Contemporarising, De-Constructing, And De-Contextualising The Myth In Yayati And YugantaDr. Dhananjay Tripathi, Richa Mishra

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57Alex Haley’s Roots : A Tale of Search Against UprootednessDr. Shilpi Bhattacharya

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58The Policy of Retention Inthe Translated TextsDeepa Rajput

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59Feminist Consciousness In Nayantara Sahgal’s Storm In ChandigarhDr. Kaptan Singh

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60Trauma of An Unleashed Vandalism: Jean Sasson’s Walk Through The Dark Days of Saddam HusseinAnila Chandran

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61Blake And Milton – Some Visual InterpretationsDr. Shreeparna Ghosal

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62Writing An Imagi(Nation): Discursive Formation of Self-Rule In Gandhi’s Hind SwarajDr. Prem Anand Mishra

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63Psycho-Social Study of Marital Relationship of The Younger Generation In Pride And PrejudiceAnuj

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64Art As Technique In Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children And ShameDr. Rajesh Trivedi, Ms. Namrata Soni

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65Terry Eagleton’s The White, The Gold And The Gangrene: A Stylostatistical StudyDr.Jayaprakash Paramaguru

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66The Allegorical Significance Of Arthur Miller’s Dramatic Works With Especial Reference To Death Of A Salesman, All My Sons And The CrucibleDr. Pawan Sharma

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67John Arden’s Commitment In Debunking Interpersonal Violence In His Selected Plays Dr. Abhisarika Prajapati

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68Shattering Indian Families And Their No Future With Reference To Mahesh Dattani’s Families In His Selected PlaysDr. Gunasekharan Dharmaraja

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69Reflections Of Cultural Clashes And Dilemmas In Amulya Malladi’s The Mango SeasonVikas Yadav Raskar

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70Towards An African Palimpsest: Re-Textualizing The Influence of Cary’s Mister Johnson & Conrad’s Heart of Darkness On Achebe’s Things Fall ApartKaustav Kundu

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71Alice Walker – A Feminist ManifestoMs. Payel Ganguly

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72On The Function of Art In Modernism Tohid Asadi, Dr. Esmaeel Ali Salimi

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73The Ecofeminist Stylistics In Sarah Joseph’s Aalahayude PenmakkalNiyathi. R. Krishna

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74Travel Writing And Empire: A Study of Conrad’s Heart of DarknessAkhilesh Kumar

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75Mark Antony’s Funeral Speech – An Emancipation pf Soft Skills To Discard Specious Thoughts of A RabbleC.Gangalakshmi, G.Baskaran

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76Experiencer Subject Constructions And Genitive Case In AssameseDiganta Kumar Nath

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77Jane’s Struggle For Independence In Charlotte Brontë’sjane EyreDr.Rashmi verma

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78Delineation Of Characters In The Select Novels Of Thomas HardyDr. Naveen K Mehta

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79A Quest For Identity And Self Independence In Manju Kapur’s A Married WomanDr. Reena Sanasam

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80Passing: A Compunction In Jessie Fauset’s Plum BunDr. Nargis Dhillon

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81Social Aspects In Mulk Raj Anand’s ‘Untouchable’ Prof. Dr. Prakash M. Joshi

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82An Ecofeminist Approach to Linda Hogan’s PowerBalasaheb Sagade

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83Arbind Kumar Choudhary In An Interview With Dr. S.K.ChoudharyAn Ecofeminist Approach to Linda Hogan’s Power

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84Interview With Author Diana NixonDr. Jitendra Arolia

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85Golden Cacti By Sunil Sharma Reviewed By Dr. Jaydeep Sarangi Dr. Jaydeep Sarangi

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86A Review Of The Book - Monsoons And PotholesDr. T. Karunakara, Riophilla Alfred

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87Mamas Encounter (Chapter I-Mechanics of Modern Life )Sau. Seema S. Jagtap

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88A Shadow From The Past Prachi Malhotra

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89Rowing Still Aju Mukhopadhyay

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90GilgameshSharon Kaczorowski

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91Happy BirthdayBharathi Raj.K

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92How Much I Love You? Amee. S. Soni

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93I Am A Gust Of WindRohit Kumar Verma

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94Once She UrgedRishikesh Kumar Singh

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95The Short -Lived DeathDr. Shaista Irshad

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96Eternal Joy ?Pooja Jain

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97I Am TaughtManoj K Pathak

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98PainArun Singh

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99The Lost LoveMr. Vishal Chandrakant Bodhale

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100ExaltationRamesh Kumar

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101Unable Too… Able Too…Prof. Radhika Subhankar Mukherjee

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102RuminationsVinita Agrawal

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103For My Dear!Mr. Pavan Kumar Nowbattula, Mrs. Prasanthi Pusapati

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