A Research Journal in English

 ISSN 0971 - 605X


  Volume XII

Number 2

Winter 2005


  S. ViswanathanThree Shakespeare Butts: Schoolmasters, Poets and ConstablesRead PDF
  A.N. DwivediShakespeare's Sonnets: The Overwhelming Question of 'Identity'Read PDF
  Seemin HasanRomanticizing Feminism: The Shaping of the Female Identity in Keats's PoemsRead PDF
  B.D. SharmaRiti Siddhanta and StylisticsRead PDF
  Raihan RazaMulk Raj Anand's Morning Face: A PerspectiveRead PDF
  Kuhu ChananaMeaningful Mediocrity: Ismat Chugtai's The Wild OneRead PDF
  Anita MylesMahendra Bhatnagar: A Poet of Optimism and CertitudeRead PDF
  Madhuker BansalGirish Karnad's Bali: The Sacrifice -Dough-Cocks Do Not CrowRead PDF
  H.C. GuptaThe Novel as a Bed of Procrustes: Khares' Passions' Creation Read PDF
  Shibu Simon &
  Sijo Varghese. C
Art and Activism: An Analytical Study of Arundhati Roy's Fictional and Non-Fictional Writings in the Light of Gayatri Spivak's Theory of SubalternityRead PDF
  C.N. EswariHistory from a Subaltern Perspective: A Study of Shauna Singh Baldwin's What the Body Remembers Read PDF
  A. NamasivayamThe Relevance of American Experience in American StudiesRead PDF
  Lovelina SinghThe Politics of Culture-Conflict:Saul Bellow's "The Old System"Read PDF
  Ravinder SinghThe Dismembering Landmark: Humanity as Hallucinogenic Black Hole in William S. Burroughs's Nova Express Read PDF
  Neera SinghEcofeminism in Margaret Laurence's A Bird in the HouseRead PDF

Book Reviews

  R.K. SinghA.P.J. Abdul Kalam, The Life Tree: PoemsRead PDF
  Usha BandeAbdul Rashid Bijapure, The Third Maya and Other PoemsRead PDF
  C.S. SinghBinod Mishra, Existential Concerns in the Novels of Mulk Raj Anand Read PDF
  S.S. AgarwallaC.L. Khatri ( Ed.) , Indian Writing in English: Voices from the Oblivion Read PDF
  K.K. SharmaS. Viswanathan, Exploring Shakespeare: The Dynamics of Playmaking Read PDF


  ContributorsRead PDF

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