New Academia: An International Journal of English Language and Literary Theory  (Online ISSN 2347-2073) (UGC Journal. No. 44829) 

Volume VII Issue III July 2018

Editor:   Dr. Sachin Londhe

 

Contents

1. Reflection of New Dimensions of Poetic Creed in O. P. Bhatnagar’s Poetry

Dr. Ananta Geetey Uppal, Greater Noida

2. The Politics of Being a Woman: A Study in Shweta Mishra’s What is a Woman: Leave It, Its Trash

Pratima Chaitanya, Lucknow

3. Horizons of Education through the Presidential Loom of Utilitarian Rhetoric

Dr. T. Radhakrishna Murty, Visakhapatnam

4Visible Body, Invisible Barrier - Failure of Visual Epistemology and Imagistic System of Signs in A. C. Doyle’s “A Scandal in Bohemia”

Sabir Ahmed, Cooch Behar, West Bengal

5. Aspects and Changes in the Dominant Religious Ideological Structure of Saudi Arabia with Focus on Women Nationals

Nitika Garg, Chandigarh

6. Incorporating Folklore into the Framework of Contemporary Life in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s Sister of My Heart

Manreet Dhaliwal, Chandigarh

7. Kaifi’s Kaifiyat: Kaifi Azmi’s Journey as Poet and as Lyricist

Avish Setia, Chandigarh

8. The Problematic “You” in Lorrie Moore’s Self Help Stories

Dr Shima Mathew, Kerala

9. Life, the Universe and the ‘Onion’: A Study of Plato’s Allegorical Cave in Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

Dr. Payel Dutta Chowdhury, Shoanan Gonsalves, Bengaluru

10. Feminist Concerns In Sarah Joseph’s “In Every Woman Writer”

Salil Varma R., Kerala

11. Mapping Popular Culture and Everyday Life in the Matrix of Metropolitan/Cosmopolitan Identity: A Study of Adiga’s novels

Aman Deep Singh & Kaushik N. Bhuyan, Rajasthan

12. Walcott’s Dream on Monkey Mountain: Negotiating the Heterogeneous Self

Tuhin Mukhopadhyay, Kolkata

13. Ideas of Nirad C. Chaudhuri on Civilization are Abreast of Times – A Discussion

C. Yoganjaneyulu & C.V.viswanatha Rao, Andhra Pradesh

14. A Study of Underlying Discourses in Margaret Atwood’s Bodily Harm and The Handmaid’s Tale from Michel Foucault’s Concept of ‘Statement’

Purnendu Sengupta, West Bengal

15. Non Normative Modes of Affiliation and Dependence: A Study on Alternative Domesticities in Doris Lessing’s the Memoirs of a Survivor

Dr. B. Padmanabhan and Justy Joseph, Coimbatore

16. Dalit Personal Narratives: An Account of Re-contextualization of Indian Religions 

Anita Goswami, Rajasthan

17. A Study of Communication Strategies Employed by Radfan College EFL Students in their Classroom Interaction   

Sabri Thabit Saleh Ahmed  & Dr Sunil V. Pawar, Aurangabad

18. Romantic Imagination: Creation of New World Order

Dr. Sudarsan Sahoo, Odisha

19Voice of the Silenced and the Marginalised: Survival Rhetoric and Resistance of a Pakistani Muslim Woman in Tehmina Durrani’s Autobiography My Feudal Lord 

Prasun Maji, Bankura                                                                         

20. Art as a Remote Dreamland: Private Worlds of the Fairer Sex in Three Short Stories

Gayathri Varma U. , Kerala

21. Domestic Violence in Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus

Savitra Chandrakant Thombare & Dr. A. M. Sarawade, Kolhapur

22. Time and Narrative in Richard Attenborough’s Gandhi (1982)

Sagimaynonathan, Vedamanickam Packianathan, Philippines

23. Wisdom of Understanding, Respecting and Developing an Affinity with Nature: A Native American Ecological Perspective

Dr. N. Srinivasa Rao & Dr.B.Sudha Sai, Visakhapatnam

24. Migration, Memory And An Endless Longing: The Poetry Of Migrant KashmiriPandits

Basharat Shameem, Jammu and Kashmir

25. Issues of Modernity in Vedanayakam’s The Life and Times of Pratapa Mudaliar

Dona Elizabeth Sam, Kottayam

26. Women, Race, Patriarchy: A Transnational Feminist Critique of Rich Like Us and Thousand Splendid Suns

Dr. Shweta Saroha & Ms. Himani Sharma, New Delhi

27. Coleridge’s Memory: Sickness, Opium Dream and Recollection

Soumava Maiti

28. Quest for Self-Realization in Nissim Ezekiel's Poetry

Dr. Kiran Sharma, Bawal (Rewari)

29. The Fall Retold: A Close-Reading of Jayanta Mahapatra’s Short Story ‘and Under the Casuarinas’ in Light of Trauma-Literary Theory

Dr. Sutanu Kumar Mahapatra, West Bengal

30. English through Literature in Collaborative Classroom

G.Sivaranjani & Dr.S.Karthik Kumar

31. Regeneration in U. R Anantha Murthy’s Samskara: A Journey towards a Self in a Class and Caste Ridden Society

Poulami Ganguly, Bankura, West Bengal

32. Abuse and Violence against Children and Women in the Works of Canadian Native Women Writers

Sunita Sadh, Jodhpur

33. Modern Indian Poetry: Reflections on Environmental Hazards

Dr. Sangeeta Jain, Varanasi

34. Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead and Her Idea of Ideal Man-Woman Relationship

Tanaji S. Kamble & Dr. T. K. Karekatti, Maharashtra

35. Clashes between Femininity and Masculinity in William Golding’s Novel Lord of the Files

Kadam Kiran Keshav, Maharashtra

36. Re-reading Red Oleanders and The Handmaid’s Tale:  An Eco-Feminist Perspective

Dr. Nikhilesh Dhar, Bankura (W.B)

37. Disputing the“Domesticity” of Domestic Violence: The Society as aParticipant in Domestic Violence inKiranjit Ahluwalia’sProvoked

Jayasree Mukherjee

38. Interrogating the Silence: The Portrayal of the other Indians in Sudhiranjan’s Short Stories

Dr. Thongam Dhanajit Singh

39. An Effective Use of Non-linear Narrative Techniques in the Selected Contemporary War Novels

Dr. Z. JUSTIN, Chennai

40. Representation of Tribal Life and Society in Gopinath Mohanty’s Paraja

Santosh Saha