Wednesday, 28 January 2015

K. V. Dominic's New Edited Book--World English Fiction: Bridging Oneness


A Quest for ‘the Otherness’ at the Crossroads of African Culture:  A Study of Achebe’ Things Fall Apart and Arrow of God
--Monir A Choudhury
The Helpless Male: Breaking with the Traditional Male/Female Roles in C. J. Cherryh’s Pride of Chanur and Foreigner 
--Krunslav Mikulan
Patriarchy and Racial Vulnerability: Love and Hate in Toni Morrison’s Love
--Mahboobeh Khaleghi
“Without Contraries Is No Progression”: Pictures from Italy (1846) by Charles Dickens
--Elisabetta Marino
Dialectical Exhumation of the Past in Keki Daruwalla’s For Pepper and Christ
--Asha Viswas
R. K. Narayan’s The Dark Room: A Twist to Conventional Notions of Feminism
--Ketaki Datta
The Place of Women in an Ecological Dystopia: A Revisit to Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale
--Jubimol K. G.
Contemporary Resonance in the Select Novels of Amitav Ghosh and Rohinton Mistry
--Chikkala Swathi
Between Two Worlds: Reading Diaspora in Kavita Daswani’s The Village Bride of Beverly Hills
--Charulatha Ravi
The Vision of Freedom in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake and Rabindranath Tagore’s Farewell My Friend
--Y. Vidya
Concerns within the Multicultural Mosaic: Henry Hwang’s F.O.B. as a Representative Chinese American Play
--Kavitha Gopalakrishnan
Love and Music: The Universal Emotion and Expression in Vikram Seth’s An Equal Music
--T. Ganga Parameswari
The Footsteps are Lost but Experiences Remain: A Critical Exposition of Silviu Craciunas’s The Lost Footsteps
--Aju Mukhopadhyay

Alienation and Mother Fixation in Stephen Gill’s Coexistence

 --Rupal Amyn Farista

Indian Omnipresence in Global Literature: Textualising the Diasporic Metaphors in K. S. Maniam’s The Return and Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake

--Soumya Jose and Sony Jalarajan Raj

Silence and Words as Means of Resistance: A Reading of Resistance to Subalternity in Leopoldo Lugones’ “Yzur” Using Western and Indian Aesthetic Theories
--Vani. K
Discourse in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's Sister of My Heart
--V. Rajesh & J. Jaya Parveen
Journey from Self-alienation to Self-identification as Reflected in Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors
--Grishma Manikrao Khobragade
Exploring the Feminine Psyche--A comparative study of Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes were Watching God and Shashi Deshpande’s Roots and Shadows
--S. Ambika
Gora: Tagore’s Formulation of the Spiritual Domain of Indian Nationalism
--Banibrata Goswami
Post Independence Political Scene as Presented in the Nigerian/African Novel
--Kiran Thakur
Emotional Crisis in Willa Cather’s The Professor’s House
--K. Rajaraman
Githa Hariharan’s The Thousand Faces of Night: Resistance to Patriarchy
--Sandhya Singh
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