New Academia

An International Journal of English Language, Literature and Literary Theory

Vol. III Issue III

Jul 2014

CONTENTS

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1.THE DARK HOLD TRRORS ALSO! AN

ANALYSIS OF SOCIALPROBLEMS OF INDIA AS REVEALED IN THE NOVELS OF SHASHI DESHPANDE

Prof. Amitabh Roy

 

2.IVAN KARAMAZOV AND THE GRAND INQUISITOR AS NIHILISTIC REBELS IN DOSTOEVSKY’S BROTHERS KARAMAZOV 

Prakriti Renjen

3.MODE OF ASSERTION ADOPTED BY THE WOMAN PROTAGONIST IN ARUNDHATI ROY’S THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS

Dr. N.Jamuna Rani

4.REGIONAL PRISMS AND GLOBAL VISIONS: AN APPROACH TO GITA KRISHNANKUTTY’S TRANSLATION OF NAALUKETTU

Dr.Sakunthala A.I. 

5.ELT IN RURAL INDIA: THE NEW MODEL OF DEVELOPMENT 

Dr. Mallika Tripathi

6.THE ROMANTIC SELF AS TRANSMUTING AND PROGRESSING: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF S T COLERIDGE’S POETIC EXPRESSION

Prof. Charles Ngiewih TEKE

7.REVISITING AND RESOLVING THE BORDEN’S MYSTERY OF LIZZIE’S ‘FORTY WHACKS’ IN ANGELA CARTER’S “THE FALL RIVER AXE MURDERS”

Stuti Sharma

8.NATURE, MAN AND THE TRAGIC SENSIBILITY IN PATRICK WHITE’S THE COCKATOOS 

Tathagata Das 

9.POLITICS OF IDEOLOGIES: POPULAR CONSEQUENCES OF POLITICAL TRANSITION IN THE SEPTEMBERS OF SHIRAZ AND THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN 

Jayasree Mukherjee Lahiri 

10.THE POSITIVE DISINTEGRATION AND CULTURAL SEMIOTICS IN JULIA ALVAREZ’S SAVING THE WORLD  

Pretty John P

11.ENGLISH SHORT STORIESLAMENTING SAGA OF COMMUNAL BARBARISM AND OXIDIZATION OF HUMAN VALUES 

Mayur Wadhwaniya

12.CULTURE OF MARGINALIZATION  GENDER IN KAVERI NAMBISAN’S NOVELS

A A. Vijaya Jyothi

13.SOCIO-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE INDO ISLAMIC WORLD: A THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF ISMAT CHUGHTAI’S FICTION 

Dr. Jyoti Tabita Hermit

14.LAND AND LEGACY AS MEANS OF ECOFEMINISTEMPOWERMENT IN ANITA NAIR’S THE BETTER MAN

Niyathi RKrishna

Dr Pashupati Jha

15.CLASSICISM,MODERNITY, SYMBOLISM: ANALYSIS OF W.B.YEATS AS A POET 

Amrita Shashi 

16.OTHERING” IN THE MUGHAL COURT: THE “FIRANG” PHYSICIAN AND THE WHITE MUGHAL EMPEROR 

Sukshma Vedere

17.THE QUESTION OF FEMALE SEXUALITY IN J. K. ROWLING’S HARRY POTTER SERIES

Kaustav Chanda 

18.CHARISMATIC BLOOD BOND AND SIBLING RELATIONSHIP: A PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY OF KHALED HOSSEINI’S THE KITE RUNNER

Dr. D. C. Chambial

Sulakshna Sharma

19.TOBA TEK SINGH: AN EVALUATION

Zeba Mehdi

20.THE FARCICAL AND THE MAGICAL: GHOST(LY) RE-WORKINGS IN J. M. SYNGE AND SEAMUS HEANEY 

Kusumita Datta

21.INTERPRETIVE PRACTICE AND REDEFINING MEANING IN HARRY POTTER

Jessica Seymour

22.THE SUPERNATURAL AND THE INFLUENCE OF GRIMM’S TALES ON ANGELA CARTER’S THE BLOODY CHAMBERCOLLECTION AND MURIEL SPARK’S SELECTED FICTION

Marta Nowicka

23.REDEMPTIVE SOUTH AFRICA: READING J. M. COETZEE’S DISGRACE 

Dr. Manish Kumar Gaurav

24. "DEPICTION OF SOCIAL EVILS IN MUNSHI PREMCHAND'S GODAN"

Parul Agraval

25.Videshi-desi: India and ingestion in expatriate Writing

Anubhav Pradhan

 

POETRY SECTION

1.REALISATION

Dr. Mallika Tripathi