VOL. 10, No. 2, AUTUMN 2020



The Dalit Peasant’s Struggle for Self and Community in Jatin Bala’s Short Stories

Brati Biswas

Female Workers in Industrial England: Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna’s Helen Fleetwood and The Wrongs of Woman

Chandrama Basu

A Journey in Individuation: Bhaji on The Beach

Madhuri Chawla

Surviving the Darkness of Life with Humour: A study of Howard Jacobson’s The Finkler Question

Neerja Deswal

Food as an Element of Ideological State Apparatus in Indian Family: A Case of Hunger, Desire and Appetite

Shibangi Dash

Understanding of Marlovian Avatar of Tamburlaine in the Light of Bakhtin’s Carnivalism

Shibanur Rahman

Nonsense, Language, and Logic in Through the Looking Glass

Shipra Gupta

Suchitra Bhattacharya’s “Good Woman, Bad Woman”: A Critique of the Patriarchal Practice of Ascribing Feminine Stereotypes

Tuhin Shuvra Sen

Restoration, Congreve and Questions of Legitimate Authority

Viraj Kafle



“The Lie of the Land: An Anthology of Indian Poetry in English” edited by Goutam Karmakar

Reviewed by Sagar Kumar Sharma

“Heart Raining the Light: Poems composed at Jhargram, Kolkata and Beyond” by Jaydeep Sarangi

Reviewed by Sutanuka Ghosh Roy

Revisiting India’s Partition: New Essays on Memory, Culture and Politics, edited by Amritjit Singh, Nalini Iyer and Rahul K. Gairola

Reviewed by Stella Chitralekha Biswas



An elegy to the hungry girl

Bijit Sinha

Sunday Lunch

by Deepa Agarwal

“Wanted”, “Hopscotch”

Layla Mascarenhas


Abhinandan Nandrajog

Anita Nahal

Arijit Roy

Basudhara Roy

Jaydeep Sarangi

Layla Mascarenhas

Mridula Garg

Sanjhee Gianchandani

Shreya Pathak

S.M. Yahiya Ibrahim



“Chitrangada’s Woe” (by Biresh Ranjan Singha)

Bijit Sinha


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