Vol. III Issue II April 2014

 

Contents

 

1. (RE)CONCEPTUALISING SEXUAL AND GENDER RELATED DIFFERENCES IN MARGARET OGOLA'S THE RIVER AND THE SOURCE, I SWEAR BY APOLLO, AND FLORENCE MBAYA'S A JOURNEY WITHIN.

Agnes Muthoni Kihoro Magu

Dr. Tom Odhiambo

Dr. Jennifer Muchiri

 

2. NO MORE ON THE EDGE: A KALEIDOSCOPIC REPRESENTATION OF SELF ASSERTION IN KAMALA DAS'S MY STORY
Anupriya Roy Srivastava

 

3. BRINGING FORTH THE 'FEMALE': A RE-READING OF RABINDRANATH TAGORE'S THE BROKEN NEST
Arpita Ghatak

 

4. WORDS THAT MOVE: A TYPOLOGICAL READING OF THE 26th CANTOS OF DANTE'S DIVINE COMEDY
Matt Wheeler

 

5. BENITO CERENO AND THE INFORMATION ENTROPY OF THE SLAVE REBELLION
Robert Tindol

 

6. 'FAMILIES IN CRISES' IN CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE'S PURPLE HIBISCUS
Mr. Panade Somnath Vitthal
Mr. Londhe Sachin Vaman

 

7. NEGOTIATING IDENTITY IN THE DIASPORIC SPACE IN DIVAKARUNI'S THE UNKNOWN ERRORS OF OUR LIVES
Chaturvedi. Divi

 

8. SOME DIMENSIONS OF VIOLENCE IN ROBERT BROWNING'S MY LAST DUCHESS
Dr. D. S. Salunke


9. THE SCIENTIFIC AND POETIC ASPECTS OF THE CHARACTER OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
Dr. Krishna Daiya

 

10. TRAUMA AND TRAVAILS OF INNOCENT VICTIMS OF INDIAN PARTITION IN BAPSI SIDHWA'S CRACKING INDIA
Dr. Samina Azhar

 

11. NEGOTIATING THE WORLD OF THE POWERFUL AND THE POWERLESS: A FEMINISTIC READING OF OTHELL0
Hem Raj Bansal

 

12. CELEBRATION OF AN INDIGENOUS CULTURE IN JAMAICA KINCAID'S ANNIE JOHN
Hina D. Dobariya

 

13. GOING, GOING, GONE: DICKINSON'S SUBJECTIVE MOVE TOWARDS THE INVISIBLE
Brian D. Reed

 

14. BETWEEN TRADITIONAL AND MODERN: FUNNY BOY AND THE QUEST FOR FILLING THE CULTURAL GAPS
Elham Shayegh

 

15. ENSLAVED BY MOTHER AND LOVER: FLORENS' IMPOSSIBLE SEARCH FOR SELF-LOVE IN TONI MORRISON'S A MERCY
Jill Goad

 

16. THE PREDICAMENT OF SYRIAN CHRISTIANS: CAUGHT BETWEEN EXPECTATION AND REALITY; A MARXIST'S STUDY OF GEETA ABRAHAM JOSE'S BY THE RIVER PAMPA I STOOD
Klinsa Kurien

 

17. COMPROMISE TO DEFIANCE: AN ETHICAL SURVEILLANCE OF JOHN DOS PASSOS'S U. S. A.
Sanil T. Sunny

 

18. VISUALISING GENDER: A STUDY OFSHOBHAADE'S NOVEL SECOND THOUGHTS
Tanima Kumari

 

19. SPECTRAL PRESENCES IN THREE MODERN PLAYS: IBSEN'S GHOSTS, STRINDBERG'S THE GHOST SONATA AND O' NEILL'S THE EMPEROR JONES
Taniya Neogi

 

20. SYNTHESIS OF PAST AND PRESENT IN O'NEILL'S LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT
Dr. Hossain Al Mamun

 

21. THE MORTARED STONE: KENNETH REXROTH'S "PROLEGOMENON TO A THEODICY" AND LOUIS ZUKOFSKY'S OBJECTIVIST POETICS
Scott Riley

 

22. A FLIGHT OF HER OWN—RUMINATIONS AND STRUGGLES IN MARGARET LAURENCE'S THE STONE ANGEL
Shilpa Bhat

 

23. THE AMERICAN MYTH OF THE WILDERNESS IN JACK KEROUAC'S ON THE ROAD, THE DHARMA BUMS, AND DESOLATION ANGELS
Sören Schoppmeier

 

24. ALLUSIONS, SYMBOLS & IMAGERY IN T.S.ELIOT'S 'THE LOVE SONG OF J. ALFRED PRUFROCK'
Dr. Anindita Dutta

25. REPRESENTATION OF MARGINALIZED IN ARVIND ADIGA'S THE WHITE TIGER

Priyanka Maral

 

 

 

POETRY SECTION
1. I KNOW
Zahra Ahmadi(Tanin)

 

 

 

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Issue II          (April) : 25th March
Issue III         (July) : 25th June
Issue IV  (October) : 25th Sept.