Vol.4, No.1, SPRING 2014

 

Special Issue on Literary Theory

 

 

Editorial

Khem Raj Sharma

Kalyanee Rajan

1-Technocriticism and the Changing Contours of Literary Text/Narrative: A Theoretical Overview

 Roshan Lal Sharma

2-Poststructuralist Theory in Postcolonial Contexts: J. M. Coetzee’s Waiting for the Barbarians

Sebastian Chalres Galbo

3-The Presence in Absence: A Lacanian Interpretation of Heart of Darkness

Jennifer Monteiro

4-Relocating Ahmad’s ‘cultural differentialism’ in Salman Rushdie’s ‘Ocean of the Streams of Stories’

Anurima Chanda

5-Lacanian Praxis of “Unconscious”, “Lack” and “Desire”: Reading Ashvin Desai’s A Tale of Two Truths

 Rohit Phutela

6-Postcolonial Transnational Indian Novel in English: A Study of Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses and Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines

Abhinaba Chatterjee

7-Homi Bhabha’s Minority Concerns in The Location of Culture

 Manjinder Kaur Wratch

8-Why do Academicians have Blank Stares? An Essay in Search of the Origin of New Paradigms and Creative thinking

 Siddhartha Chakraborti

9-Towards a Critique of Anthropocentrism: The Case of Andrew Marvell

Raj Kumar Mishra

10-“By God, If Wommen Hadde Writen Stories”: A Feminist Glance at the Wife of Bath’s Love Versions and Subversions

 Savitri Ashok

11-Gender Geometry: A Study of A. Revathi’s Autobiography The Truth About Me: A Hijra Life Story

Mousim Mondal

12-‘In Search of Bronte’: A (Re)-reading of Wuthering Heights and Rethinking Feminism

Sunayan Mukherjee 

13-Munshi’s Jaya Somnath: The “New Historicism” Approach

Darsha Jani

14-Women within Precincts—The Madwoman in the Attic and the Application of the Feminist Critical Framework to Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea

Shilpa Bhat 

15-Electra Complex in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night

Muhammad Shoaib

16-Translation, Discourse and Foucault: Resisting and Producing Meanings

Sunij Kumar Sharma

17-Feminism: Frailty Thy Name is Not Woman

Rita Garg

18-Fighting the Colonial Shadow in the Postcolonial Marathi Theatre: A Redefinition of Culture, Tradition and Myths of India from 1843-Present

Sayan Dey

19-Scratching the Labels: A Feminist Reading of Shashi Deshpande’s Select Short Stories

Manjari Shukla

20-A Sense of the Self from the Margins: Theorizing Adivasi Experience in Kerala

Jobin Thomas

21-Existential Strains in Anita Desai’s Cry, The Peacock

Neetu Tyagi

22- Colonial Outlook and Human Values: Postcolonial Preoccupations in Munshi Premchand’s Karmabhumi

Ashish Kumar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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