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

Volume VII Issue IV October 2018

Editor:   Dr. Sachin Londhe

Contents

1. A COMPLIANT WIFE OR THE VALIANT QUEEN?- EXPLORING DRAUPADI THROUGH DIVAKARUNI’S EYES

Somasree Santra, Amity University, Kolkata

2. GUILT AND REPENTANCE LEADING TO INSANITY IN MAHESH DATTANI’S BRAVELY FOUGHT THE QUEEN AND TARA

Chaitali Giri, MUC Women’s College, Burdwan

3. WOMEN AND ANGUISH: A DISCOURSE DISREGARDED

Dr. Sravasti Guha Thakurta, Jogesh Chandra Chaudhuri College, Kolkata

4. ‘MAD AS BIRDS’: INSANITY, DICTION, AND OBSCURITY IN THE POETRY OF DYLAN THOMAS

Diptanjan Sarma Purkayastha

5NECESSITY OF SOFT SKILLS TO INDIAN BUDDING ENGINEERS

D. Neelima Patnaik & Sai Nikhil Rao Annam,  CMR College of Engineering & Technology, Hyderabad

6. A CRITIQUE ON THE RECIPROCAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LITERATURE AND SOCIETY; SOME EXCLUSIVE OBSERVATIONS

Dr. Vikram N. Patel, B. S. Patel Polytechnic, Ganpat University, Kherva

7. ECOLOGY, ENVIRONMENT AND ECOCRITICISM: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

Dominic Joseph P, Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore

8. RE-CASTING THE GAZE: LOCATING THE SHATTERED MIRROR IN PLATH’S ‘LADY LAZARUS’

Dr. Bhumika Sharma & Bidisha Kantha, Central University of Rajasthan

9. DYNAMICS OF RESTRAINT AND DIGNITY IN KAZUO ISHIGURO’S THE REMAINS OF THE DAY

Sowmya Mary Thomas, St Cyril’s College, Adoor, Kerala

10. SOCIOLOGICAL DYSTOPIA IN PHILIP K. DICK’S FLOW MY TEARS, THE POLICEMAN SAID

Manoj Mansingrao Sadale & Dr. A. M. Sarawade, Shivaji University, Kolhapur

11. INTERROGATING THE QUEST FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN SEFI ATTA’S EVERYTHING GOOD WILL COME

Sajna P & Dr Sr Marykutty Alex, Kannur, Kerala

12. READING HISTORY IN FAULKNER, READING FAULKNER IN HISTORY

Abhishek Trehan, Chandigarh

13. THE GAZED DESIRE OF MARGARET IN AFFINITY

Chen Qian, China

14. COMMUNAL PRAGMATISM IN KIRAN DESAI’S THE INHERITANCE OF LOSS

Dr. N. Venugopal, Coimbatore

15. IMPARTING COMMUNICATION SKILLS THROUGH (JKCS) IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Dr. C.V. Viswanadha Rao & Dr. V. Siva Prasad, Andhra Pradesh

16. INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AS PREVENTIVE FACTORS OF ‘MALDEVELOPMENT’ AND UNCHECKED MODERNISATION IN SARAH JOSEPH’S AATHI

Anita Jose, Chennai

17. FROM CRIME TO DETECTIVE FICTION: AN EXPLORATION OF VICTORIAN SOCIETY THROUGH THE PRIVATE EYE

Kanad Giri, West Bengal

18. ROLE OF LANGUAGE AND CULTURE IN A DIASPORIC SOCIETY

Dr. Urmi Satyan, Gujarat

19. LAL DED AND AKKA MAHADEVI: ROLE OF WOMEN IN SOCIAL REFORM MOVEMENT

Sarah Siddiqui & Dr. Shahida, Haryana

20. RECONSTRUCTING THE POWERCUBE: RESISTANCE AND THE NATIVE INTELLECTUAL

Ms. Reeba Sara Koshy, Kerala

21. JONBEEL MELA IN ASSAM: THE ONLY EXISTING BARTER-MARKET OF INDIA

Gutimali Goswami, Lucknow

22. INSTIGATING TERROR: BODY AS A SITE OF RETRIBUTION IN NAYOMI MUNAWEERA’S ISLAND OF A THOUSAND MIRRORS

Kabani R., Gandhigram

23. TRADITION IN MYTHOLOGY: T.S. ELIOT’S POETRY AND HIS TRYST WITH THE INDIAN MYTHOLOGICAL TRADITION

Saumyadeep Bhattacharya, Kauni

24. THE THEME OF CONFLICTING POLITICAL IDEOLOGIES IN AMITAV GHOSH’S CIRCLE OF REASON

Anil Kshirsagar, Maharashtra

25. A PHILOSOPHIC INTERPLAY IN SYMPHONY: LAWRENCE DURRELL’S BALTHAZAR

Dr. P. Meena Grace & Dr. A. Vijaya Jyothi, Visakhapatnam, India

26. REPRESENTING THE DOWNTRODDEN: DALITS AND WOMEN IN ARUNDHATI ROY’S THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS

Anindita Basu, The University of Burdwan, West Bangal

27. POLITICS OF NARRATION IN MEENA KANDASAMY’S THE GYPSY GODDESS

Moumita Biswas, Jadavpur University, Kolkata

28. TAXONOMY OF CONVERSATIONAL IMPLICATURE

Dr. Samadhan S. Mane, Maharashtra

29. IMAGINING ALTERNATIVE REALITIES: HERLAND AND SULTANA’S DREAM AS WORKS OF FEMINIST UTOPIAS

Rupali Grover, Panjab University, Chandigarh India

30. STUDYING THE PROBLEMATIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN GENDER EMANCIPATION AND NATIONALIST DISCOURSE IN RABINDRANATH TAGORE’S CHOKER BALI

Neha Chatterjee, The University of Burdwan, West Bengal

31. PARTITION: A HINDU RESPONSE IN MANOHAR MALGONKAR’S A BEND IN THE GANGES

Jyotsna, Punjab

32. WRITING HUNGER: READING JAYANTA MAHAPATRA’S GRANDFATHER POEMS IN LIGHT OF TRAUMA LITERARY THEORY

Dr. Sutanu Kumar Mahapatra, West Bengal

33. FROM THE MEDIEVAL TO THE RENAISSANCE: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF THE HISTORY OF THE IDEA OF HUMANISM

Arnab Mandal, West Bengal State University

34. RESISTANCE TO RESILIENCE: READING FREDERICK DOUGLASS’ NARRATIVE OF THE LIFE OF FREDERICK DOUGLASS: AN AMERICAN SLAVE

Prakash Kumar Meher, Central University of Himachal Pradesh, Dharamshala

35. DECODING THE INFRASTRUCTURAL LOGIC: AN ANALYTICAL READING OF TABISH KHAIR’S NIGHT OF HAPPINESS AND MANU JOSEPH’S MISS LAILA, ARMED AND DANGEROUS

Abin Sojan, Pondicherry

36. THEMATIC CONCERNS IN THE NOVELS OF ARUN JOSHI AT A GLANCE

Dr. C. Yoganjaneyulu & Dr. C. V. Viswanatha Rao, Andhra Pradesh

37. FAMILY IS THE LOCUS OF TENSION IN LESBIAN RELATIONSHIP: A STUDY ON MANJU KAPUR’S A MARRIED WOMAN

Shrabanti Mal, West Bengal, India

38. ECDYSIS: A STUDY OF THE DISLOCATED AMERICAN FRONTIER IN ARTHUR MILLER’S THE MISFITS

Akansha Singh, Sonipat, Haryana

39. CELEBRATION OF THE BODY: A RE-VISIONING OF MAHASWETA DEVI’S “DRAUPADI”

Dr. R. K. Ashalata Devi, Manipur

40. ONE PARTITION MANY CONFUSIONS: READING MANTO’S MASTERPIECE TOBA TEK SINGH

Siddhartha Sankar Ghosh, Bihar

41. THE ELEMENT OF DIASPORA IN AMITAV GHOSH’S THE GLASS PALACE AND THE SHADOW LINES

Jayanthi P. & Suresh K.

42. THEMATIC ASPECTS IN THE SELECT NOVEL OF CHETAN BHAGAT’S 2 STATES

P. Nisha & Muthu Deepa

43. ANALYSIS OF BILDUNGSROMAN TECHNIQUE AND INDIAN PHILOSOPHY IN MARK TWAIN'S ADVENTURE OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

Bavani. A

44. CONTEMPORANEOUS EFFECT OF CHARLES DICKENS ON DIGITAL MEDIA

Dr Mary Thomas

45. LOVE AND STRUGGLE: SURVEYING THE SUBALTERN ROMANCE IN THAKAZHI SIVASANKARA PILLAI'S CHEMMEEN

P. Subash chinnappanathan & J. Kiruba Sharmila

46. THE IDENTITY CRISIS OF WOMEN INANITA DESAI’S WHERE SHALL WE GO THIS SUMMER?

C. Karthikeyan & Rajalakshmi

47. THEORY OF SYMBOLISM IN ERNEST HEMINGWAY’S THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA AND THE SUN ALSO RISES

T. Manjula & Dr S.Sujatha

48. THE PICTURE OF THE SUBALTERN IN EAST INDIA-PERCEPTION OF MAHASWETHA DEVI'S SHORT STORIES

Daniel Jayarajan. C & C. Shoba

49. EXISTENTIALISM AND CULTURAL MATERIALISTIC IN TONI MORRISON’S BELOVED AND THE BLUEST EYE

R. Lavanya & P. Moby Samuel

50.PORTRAYING THE RELIGIOUS AND CASTE DISCRIMINATION IN SHARANKUMAR LIMBALE'S THE OUTCASTE AND HINDU

E. Reshma & N. Indhira Priya Dharshini

51. EMPOWERMENT OF THE THIRD GENDER AMIDST THE CHALLENGES IN THE SOCIETY EXPRESSED IN THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY I AM VIDHYA BY LIVING SMILE VIDHYA

M. Suganya & J.Kiruba Sharmila

52. A SPACE OF HER OWN: INDIAN JANE AUSTEN FEMINIST VOICE OF THE SUBCONTINENT

Gomathi Preetha R. & K. Suresh

53. CYBERFEMINISM IN CYBERPUNK SCIENCE FICTION

Dr. Ramesh Chougule

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