VOL:7 ,NO.2,AUTUMN 2017





1-Homing in on “the Unhomed”: A Reading of Rajinder Singh Bedi’s “Lajwanti” and Jamila Hashmi’s “Banished”

Saman Ashfaq

2-Mental Illness of the British Sahibs in Late Nineteenth, Early Twentieth Century Colonial India

Shaona Barik

3-Life and Works of Kumudini Lakhia: A Study in Modern Kathak Choreographies

Suman Bhagchandani

4-Shifting Signifiers and Self-Referentiality in Ian McEwan’s Atonement

Antara Bhatia

5-“Refugee in My Own Country”: Exile, Hospitality and Ethics in the Writings of Kashmiri Pandits

Sritama Chatterjee

6-The Representation of the Ethnic Life-World of the Adis in Mamang Dai’s The Legends of Pensam: An Ecocritical Reading

Anindya Syam Choudhury
Debashree Chakraborty

7-Terror of Human Trafficking: A study of Assamese Contemporary Legends

Arunima Das

8-Voicing the Marginal: A Study of Anita Agnihotri’s Mahuldiha Days

Aaleya Giri

9-Foundation and Sociological Ethos of the Indian English Novel

Sambuddha Jash

10-‘Morality’ and Caste Hierarchy, ‘Honour’ and Misogyny, ‘Tribal Justice’ and Law: The Intersecting Layers of Violence against Women in Mukhtar Mai’s In the Name of Honour

Prakash Joshi

11-Beating Mundanity in a language class …with Innovation, Interaction and Experimentation

Pooja Khanna

12-Different Sitas: A Critical Study of the Visual Enunciations of Sita


13-Understanding the Patterns of Growth of Indian New Woman: Comparative Analysis of Select Fiction by Mahasweta Devi, Manju Kapur, Rupa Bajwa and Shobha De

Priyanka Mahajan Jaideep Randhawa

14-“I Have notes of Several Similar Cases:” The Case-Structure and Sherlock Holmes

Shilpy Malhotra

15-“A Woman Killed With Kindness”: The [Inter]play of Women Physiology and Psychology in African Women Literature

Rohit Phutela

16-“Waking Up to the Fierce Urgency of the Now”: Foregrounding Climate Change in Amitav Ghosh’s The Great Derangement: Climate Change and the Unthinkable and Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything: Capitalism v/s the Climate

Shibashish Purkayastha

17-Journeys and Meta-Journeys: Negotiating Travel Writing in Sree Parabat’s ‘Novels in Motion’

Ananya Saha

18-Reading Shakespeare without his Language: Vishal Bharadwaj’s Maqbool

Devapriya Sanyal

19-Reading David Malouf’s An Imaginary Life through Lacanian Concepts

Tarun Deep Singh

20-“What does it matter who is speaking?”: Literature and the idea of Authorship

Kritika Sharma

21-Ecofeminism in Anita Desai’s Where Shall We Go This Summer

Fouzia Usmani

22-Marketing Indian Chick Lit and the Contemporary Feminist Subject

Nidhi Varma

23-Humanity in Ruins: Vision of War and Auschwitz in Beckett’s Post-war plays

Wungreiyon Moinao

24-Kashmir in the writings of Agha Shahid Ali and Rafiq Kathwari

Asiya Zahoor
Mukesh Ranjan




Roma Tearne’s Mosquito

Reviewed by: Jigyasa Hasija

Troubled Testimonies: Terrorism and the English Novel in India
Reviewed by: Ratna Raman


“The Religion of Love” By- Nandini C Sen

“Tell Me Your Dream” By- Subhash Chandra

“Distilled Memories” By- Ratna Raman

“Death or Die” By- Tanya Singh


Poetry – Akhil Katyal

Poetry – Divya John

Poetry – Mohd Nageen Rather

Poetry – Sanjib Kumar Baishya

Poetry – Swadhinta Gogoi


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