Vol. 8, Issue 3 (October 2022)

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1 Equality of the Sexes in Indian Majoritarian Ethos: A Perspective Aaloy Gangopadhyay Article Click Here
2 Examining the role and problems of women in modern African society : A Study of Ama Ata Aidoo’s Changes A Love Story. Anindita Das Article Click Here
3 Resisting the Matrix of Representation: Negotiating Posthuman Horror, Unruly Bodies and Alternate Constructions of Embodiment in Djuna Barnes’ Nightwood Dr. Arindam Ghosh Article Click Here
4 A Matter of House in Shashi Deshpande's A Matter of Time Deepanshi Ailawadi Article Click Here
5 Migration Issues in Amitav Ghosh's Sea of Poppies Dr. Dev Kant Sharma Article Click Here
6 “Streets of a new Time”: The Elderly and the City in Krishna Sobti’s The Music of Solitude Disha Pokhriyal Article Click Here
7 Unspeakable Trauma Mahashweta Devi’s Draupadi: A Survivor’s story Dr. Durgesh Vitthal Borse & Rituparna Chatterjee Article Click Here
8 “New brains seeking a new world?”: The Complex and the Awakening in Takuji Ichikawa’s Monkey Man. Kavya Dinesh Article Click Here
9 Challenging the Odds: Critiquing the Extraordinary Journey of Malini Chib in One Little Finger Monika Dhadwal Article Click Here
10 Mahatma Gandhi’s Hind Swaraj: A Socialistic Perspective Dr. Neha Nagar Article Click Here
11 An Introduction to Umashankar Joshi as a Critic in English Translation Nishita Jataniya Article Click Here
12 Gurkhas in Polish World War II Memoirs Paulina Stanik Article Click Here
13 Astonished not Angered: A Reading of Zora Neale Hurston’s How it feels to be coloured me Dr Rakhi Vyas Article Click Here
14 A Study of Subalternity in the selected novels of Mulk Raj Anand Soma Roy Article Click Here
15 Race, Legality, and Criminality: A Study of Doris May Lessing’s The Grass is Singing and Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird Tahida Parveen Article Click Here
16 Coelho’s Heroes and Campbell’s: A Similitude Vikas Chandani & Prof. Manish Shrivastava Article Click Here
17 Anxiety of Effeminacy and Desperation for Masculinity: A Re-reading of Shakespeare’s Macbeth Ranjan Kumar Auddy Article Click Here
18 Things Fall Apart Arya Pradeep Article Click Here
19 Patriarchy Power and Expectation Causing Destruction in Mahesh Dattani’s Play “Dance Like A Man” Swapna Chandekar Article Click Here
20 Mutant and Proud: Interrogating the Ambit Beyond the Binary Ms. Hiba Ahmed & Ms. Sheena Lama Article Click Here
21 E.M. Forster’s “A Passage to India”: Colonialism and Cultural Misunderstanding Ajitha Vijayakumar Article Click Here