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Vol. 5, Issue 1: April, 2024

 

 Vol. 5, Issue 1: April, 2024

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Conflicted Space: A Geopolitical Shaping of Integration and Autonomy in Abdulrazak Gurnah’s Paradise

Dr. Elham Hossain

10

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2.

Arabic, Persian, and Turkish Loan Words in Tamil Language

Dr. Mandana Kolahdouz Mohamadi

27

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3.

“The masks continued to pile on him”: Interrogating Faces of Identity in Malachi Edwin Vethamani’s Poems through Lacanian Lens

Ivan Ling Chen Chuen

37

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4.

Social Perspectives in K.V. Raghupathi’s Orphan and Other Poems

Dr. P.V. Laxmiprasad

55

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5.

Exploring the Multifaceted Concept of Death in Indian and Western English Literature

Dr. Anupamratanshanker Nagar

68

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6.

Partition and Its Aftermath: A Postcolonial Reading of Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines

Dr. P. Indira Devi

74

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7.

Representation of Abjection of Women in Literature: A Cross Cultural Comparative Study of Surfacing and The Skeleton

Dr. Jasleen Kaur Nanda & Amandeep Kaur

83

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8.

Odour of Gandhism in the Novels of Mulkraj Anand, Raja Rao and R.K. Narayan

Dr. Ratnesh Baranwal

100

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9.

Expounding Alienation, Home and Homeland in Manju Kapur’s The Immigrant

Gunjan Choudhary & Dr. Anupriya Roy Srivastava

109

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10.

Cultish Crisis in Dystopias: A Close Reading of 1984 by George  Orwell

Avanika Verma & Dr. Prachi Priyanka

122

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11.

From a Being of ‘Emphasised Femininity’ to a Becoming of ‘Oppositional Femininity’: A Study of Female Protagonist in Manju Kapur’s A Married Woman

Sahadev Roy

149

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12.

Voice from Margin Unheard to Center: The Lesbian Drive of the Female Protagonist in Manju Kapur’s A Married Woman

Sahadev Roy

160

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13.

Navigating Bombay’s Urban Landscape: An Exploration of Nandita Das’s Manto

Manojit Chanda

172

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14.

Unpacking the Recovery Narrative: Leslie Jamison's Investigation of Addiction and Recovery in "The Recovering: Intoxication and its Aftermath"

 

B L Jayadev

182

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15.

The Etiquette of Ecocriticism: Ecology and Literature

Wasim Azam

198

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16.

Mapping the Post-War Migration, Cross-Cultural Encounter, and Fluid Identity in Monica Ali’s Brick Lane

Sahabuddin Ahamed

207

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17.

Madness as a Transculturally Pampered Trope to Jeopardise the Miniature-Meaningful Narratives: A Postcolonial Reading of Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea

Jhilam Ganguly

221

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18.

Mapping the Position of Women in New Diaspora: A Study of Transnational Paradigms in Burnt Shadows and Brick Lane

Mujaffar Hossain

235

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19.

Embracement of Ordinariness and Everyday Life is a post-pandemic aura: A Postmodern Discourse of a Time-Spatial Boundary of Women's Lives through the short stories of Shobha De and Juhi Aisin Ghani

Amrita Das

250

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20.

Navigating Ethical Quandaries in the Aftermath: Pure War and Ecological Self in 'Sharing Air'

Juveria Fatima

274

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21.

Mothers, Daughters and More – Exploring the Kaleidoscope of Female Experiences in Geetanjali Shree’s Mai and Tomb of Sand

Shubhangi Srivastava

290

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