SubalternSpeak: An International Journal of Postcolonial Studies (PRINT ISSN 2277-3959)(Online ISSN: 2347-2103)

Volume IV Issue I Oct. 2015

Contents

 

1. Unheard Female Voices: A Comparative Study of Nayantara Sahgal’s This Time of Morning and Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors

Vijay Digambar Songire

2. Cartography with Melting Borders: Post-nationalism in Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines

Debdulal Banerjee

 3. Portrayal of Subaltern’s Voice Through Self Narration in Omprakash Valmiki’s Joothan: A Dalit’s Life

Dr. Dhanesh Mohan Bartwal

4. Colours as Symbols in Life of Pi

Dr. V. Rajasekaran

S Godwin Raj

5. Sadgati: Through the Lens of Satyajit Ray

Dr. Anupriya Roy Srivastava

6. Postcolonial Traits in Shashi Tharoor’s Novel Riot

Rajkumar B. Bhairam

7. Beyond A Charted Identity

Elham Shayegh

8. Nissim Ezekiel’s “Night of the Scorpion”: In the Light of Humanistic Psychology

G Sathya

9. From Erasure to Assertion: Kala Ghoda and Sarpa Satra

Pulkita Anand

10. In Quest of the Self: Recasting Womanhood in Tagore’s The Wife’s Letter

Dr. Arpita Ghatak

11. Exploring Socio-Environmental Dimensions in Arvind Adiga’s The White Tiger

Dr. Sresha Yadav nee Ghosh

12. The Mãori Matriarch in Keri Hulme’s “Hooks and Feelers”

Bijoyini Mukherjee

13.POST-COLONIALISM IN POST-MODERNISM: A COMPARATIVE CHARACTEROLOGY OF J.M. COETZEE’S FOE AS AN APPROPRIATION OF DANIEL DEFOE’S ROBINSON CRUSOE

Flair Donglai SHI