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Thursday, May 1, 2014

The Criterion: Vol. 5, Issue-2 (April 2014)

The Criterion (Feb ) 

C O N T E N T S 

Sr. No.Name of the AuthorTitle of the PaperPageNo.PDF
01Pyeaam Abbasi & Homa PourkaramaliThe Rime of the Ancient Mariner: An Ecocritical Approach1-15PDF
02Abhinandan MalasGender Narratives and Cultural Perspectives in Girish Karnad’s Yayati, Hayavadana and Naga-Mandala16-22PDF
03Alpana Bhargava​Samuel Johnson: The Lexicographer23-32PDF
04Dr. R. AnanthbabuWomen Empowerment: A Criticial Study of Bharati Mukherjee’s Wife33-39PDF
05Dr. Anil S. KapoorThomas Hardy: ‘The Inestimably Subtle Man of Letters’40-54PDF
06Anita SRepresentation of Women in the Works of P.G.Wodehouse55-58PDF
07Chingangbam AnupamaAn Eco-Critical Approach: A Study of Selected North East Indian Poets59-67PDF
08Archana M. KulkarniSocialism in Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable68-70PDF
09Arya P. A.Body and Beyond: A Feminist Reading of Kamala Das’ Love Poems71-79PDF
10Ayusman ChakrabortyPandurang Hari and the Criticism of British Rule in India: An Assessment80-86PDF
11Badakynti Nylla IangngapA Postcolonial Reading of Isabel Allende’s Eva Luna87-95PDF
12Bilquees DarAga Shahid Ali as a Daisporic Poet96-99PDF
13Mereleen Lily Lyngdoh Y. BlahIf I Write You Are Not Dead100-103PDF
14Charanpreet RandhawaPresentation of Political Upheavals in Rohinton Mistry’s Such A Long Journey104-109PDF
15Mukhtar Ahmad DarArt and Activism: A Study of Mahasweta Devi’s Mother of 1084110-117PDF
16Saptorshi Das & Dr. (Prof) Arindam ModakSophocles’ Antigone: A Feminist Representation118-122PDF
17Dharmendra SinghTorn between Two Cultures: Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake123-128PDF
18Divya BakshiDetexting Hypertext129-133PDF
19Farha Naz FarrukhFeminist Perspective in Anita Desai’s Where Shall We Go This Summer?134-137PDF
20Farooq Ahmad SheikhIt is all about Big God versus Small God: A Reader’s Response to Chapter One of The God of Small Things138-144PDF
21Firdous Ahmad MirIslam : V. S. Naipaul’s Politics145-155PDF
22Darbarsing D. GiraseDivakaruni’s Arranged Marriage: A Saga of Peripheral Existence156-160PDF
23Hanan AlazazThe Word as a Sword: Linguistic Resistance in Gulliver's Travels161-168PDF
24Hari Babu ThammineniGandhism Is Always a Powerful Tool of Social Change: A Study of Vizai
Bhaskar’s The Return of Gandhi
25Dr. Harish G. TapadiaPortrayal of Tender Brother-Sister Relationship in George Eliot’s The Mill on the Floss172-176PDF
26Insha SirajCelebrating Womanhood in Kamala Markandaya’s Nectar in a Sieve177-181PDF
27Aneyes Ul IslamReading Khaled Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns as a Novel of Women Resilience182-187PDF
28Jasmine FernandezBack to Nature: A Reading of Kiran Desai’s Hullabaloo in the Guava
29Jayanta RanaExploration of English as the ‘Power’ Language in Mulk Raj Anand’s
Early Novels
30Jharana Rani Dh. MajhiTranslating the Untranslatable: The Politics of Language in the English
Translation of Yajnaseni
31Dr. Kafeel Ahmed ChoudhuryThe Other Feminine: Status of Women in Islam in a Globalized World210-215PDF
32Kiranpreet KaurDo You Know Me? The Study of Fear of Losing Identity in Manto’s Toba
Tek Singh
33Sk. KhamarjahanDisquisition of Women Characters in Amitav Ghosh’s The Glass Palace221-228PDF
34Khushee SarohaA Regional Study of Dalit Autobiographies from Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab229-238PDF
35Latha K. ReddyMyth Ritual of Akkammadeities by Urumulavaru239-243PDF
36Dr.Bolla.Mallikharjuna RaoR.K.Narayan’s Talkative Man: A Study in Architectonic Quality244-248PDF
37ManjuClass Classification in Arnold Wesker’s Roots249-252PDF
38Mehvish SyedPatriarchal Pathology: The Case of Sam Shepard’s Buried Child and Mahesh Dattani’s Where There’s a Will253-259PDF
39Misha JoseMarriage to Morbidity: Women in Anita Desai’s Cry, the Peacock and Bharathi Mukherjee’s Wife260-264PDF
40Mohd MohsinAn Ecofeministic Reading of Leslie Marmon Silko’s Storyteller, Lullaby and
Yellow Woman
41Dr. Mona GoelAn Analysis of Mother-Daughter Relationship in Difficult Daughters273-278PDF
42Naveen Kumar PathakEnglish Education: A New Mantra of Social and Economic Development in Rural India279-281PDF
43Dr. Nazia HasanThe World Breathes in Polyphony: Rushdie’s Resistance to Designed Uniformity through Haroun and the Sea of Stories282-289PDF
44Neelam Sanwal BhardwajEnlarging the Limits of the Canvas: Feminist Perspective in Githa Hariharan’s The Ghosts of Vasu Master290-295PDF
45Nivedita LahkarThe Idea of Nation as Heterogeneous: Midnight’s Children and The Shadow
46Omila ThounaojamDislocation and Relocation in Toni Morrison’s Jazz299-305PDF
47Amitava PalLatent Lust in The Last Ride Together: A Study in Deconstruction and
48Dr. Pallavi BanerjeeThe Bluest Eye to Love: Thematic and Structural Evolution in the Fiction of
Toni Morrison
49Ram Naresh PatelA Dalit’s Voice of Oppression, Resistance and Empowerment: A Critique of K.A. Gunasekaran’s The Scar321-326PDF
50Dr. Susant Kumar PatnaikFigure of Speech in R.K.Narayan’s The Bachelor of Arts: A Stylistic Approach327-334PDF
51Prabalika SarmaThe Portrayal of Violence in the Writings of Temsula Ao and Easterine Iralu335-342PDF
52Prakash Chandra PatelKiran Desai’s The Inheritance of Loss: A Saga of Human Relations343-348PDF
53Prasanta GhoshalMultiplicity and ‘Power’ of Rituals in Shri Jagannatha Temple349-357PDF
54Dr. Pratibha KalaniThe Nirvitarka Concentration as Represented in Narayan's Mr. Sampath358-363PDF
55Priyanka MaralEcocritism in Amitav Ghosh’s Sea of Poppies364-369PDF
56Dr. Rajani SharmaT. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land: A Perspective on Indian Thoughts370-377PDF
57Rajashree Pandiyan & Dr. Palany ArangasamySemiotics: A Literary Genre Universal378-383PDF
58Rakhi N PEcological Imperialism and its New Face: The Impact of Technology, Capitalism and Colonialism on Postcolonial Ecologies384-388PDF
59Ram Naresh SahDalit Voices: A Comparative Study of the Novels of Mulk Raj Anand and Richard Wright389-395PDF
60Prabhat RanaMaternity “Bastilled”: Vindicating the Suffering Revolutionary Women in Mary Wollstonecraft’s Maria396-401PDF
61S.RangarajanQuilting Relationships between Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus and William Shakespeare’s The Tempest402-406PDF
62Rathod Rameshwar BalchandA Postcolonial Interpretation of the Colonized: A Study of the
Autobiographical Elements in V.S. Naipaul's The Mystic Masseur
63Ravi KantDalit Iconography and Modes of Resistance: Defying ‘an Aesthetic’411-418PDF
64Reshu Gupta & Vivek GaurIndo-English Women Poetry: A Journey from Feminism to Post-Feminism419-423PDF
65Rinkoo WadheraBucolic Imaginings and Urban Reality: Nissim Ezekiel’s Poetry Suspended in
66Rohini V. PathakInfluence of Society in Meena Kandasamy’s Social and Poetic Identity Reflected in her Poetry438-443PDF
67RupaVemuri & Prof. C.L.L.JayapradaThe Indian Urge to Rewrite: A Critical Study of Postmodern Indian English Historical Fiction444-453PDF
68Dr. Sadhana SharmaMahasweta Devi’s Outcast: Four Stories: The Subaltern do Speak454-459PDF
69Sambuddha Ghosh‘The World is Like a Mask Dancing’: Exploring Pluralist Paradigms of History in Chinua Achebe’s Arrow of God460-466PDF
70Muhammad Reza Samimi & Pyeaam AbbasiCultural Presuppositions in Translation from Persian into English: A Case Study of Two Persian Novels: The Blind Owl and The School Principal467-480PDF
71Dr. Sandhya GuptaGauri Deshpande’s between Births: Unravelling Poetic Sensibility481-487PDF
72Sarap N.S., Mahadik R.P. & Mehta P.G.Difficulties Faced by B.Sc. Agriculture Students in Learning and Use of
73P. Saravanakumar & Dr.D.ShanmugamSeeking Comfort in the Same Sex: An Analysis of Female Characters in Anita Nair’s Ladies Coupe’498-507PDF
74Seema Sharma & Dr. Vidushi SharmaTed Hughes’ Poetry of Manichaean Paradoxes508-513PDF
75Sejal Mahendru The Interplay of Cinema and Theatre in the Shakespearean Trilogy of Lawrence Olivier514-521PDF
76Shailaja A. ChangundiDweller Diaspora in Iain M. Banks’ The Algebraist522-527PDF
77Farah SiddiquiMemory as the Axis of Poetry: A Study of A.K. Ramanujan’s Obituary528-533PDF
78Simwa SolomonModernizing Genre: Subversion of the Epic in Witi Ihimaera’s The Whale Rider534-537PDF
79M. SivapriyaA Seamless Transition from the Fictional to the Real in Anuradha Marwah’s A Pipe Dream in Delhi538-546PDF
80Smita SahuThe Emergence of Environmental Justice in Literature547-551PDF
81Dr. Sneh GuptaConfronting Reality: A Study on Naipaul’s India: A Wounded Civilization552-558PDF
82Dr. Sohail AhmedSocio-Political Irregularities/Anarchy and Caste Aberrations in Rohinton
Mistry’s Such a Long Journey and A Fine Balance
83M. Subha & Dr. T. JayasudhaPostmodern Bricolage: A Study of Rahul Bhattacharya’s The Sly Company of People who Care565-570PDF
84Suchitra PramanikIgbo Culture as Colonial Resistance in Arrow of God571-580PDF
85Sukriti SobtiCreating Communities, Forming Families: Black Women in the American City581-587PDF
86Swati ChandraRashsundari Debi’s Amar Jiban and Binodini Dasi’s My Story and My Life as an Actress: A Comparative Study588-591PDF
87Tamali BhattacharjeeExploring the Self: A Study of Hazlitt’s My First Acquaintance with Poets592-596PDF
88Tripti TyagiRepresentation of History in Girish Karnad’s Tughlaq597-606PDF
89Dr. Vidushi SharmaSearch for Identity in the Poetry of Modern Indo-English Women Poets607-612PDF
90Vivek GaurInterrogating the Margins through Wordsworth’s Romanticism and Patanjali’s Yogasutra613-618PDF
91Zhou YunThe Difficulties in Translation Work and the Role of Translator619-622PDF
01Bhaskaranand Jha BhaskarHues of Life623PDF
02Jawaid Danish Uprising ! (Translated by : Bina Biswas)624PDF
03Cleber PachecoVisions625PDF
04G David SchwartzSocrates Had Two Knees626PDF
05Frank ZahnA Sensuous Pause627PDF
06George K. KarosThe Foundry of Trapped Observations628PDF
07Jonathan DoughtyInheritance/Iteration629PDF
08Lara BiyutsElegiac Stroll630PDF
09Lovely Dutta PrustyMaa631-632PDF
10Dr. Madhuri SoodThe Old Age633PDF
11Mrinal Kanti GhoshRosalind I Am634-635PDF
12Prabal J. RoddannavarA Call at the Door636-637PDF
13Rupesh SinghShe Walks In Beauty638PDF
14Sarita JenamaniAscendant639PDF
15Dr. Abdullah ShaghiUn-Heavily Rained640PDF
16Dr. Shalini YadavI am Chaste641-642PDF
17Shobhana KumarBook of Monuments643PDF
18Siam HussainBeing a Ghost644PDF
19Dr. V. SunithaQuestion Mark645-646PDF
20Jawaid DanishI Was Not Your Virgin Touch! (Translated by: Varsha Singh)647PDF
01Bruce ColbertAngel of the Morning648-661PDF
02Iram FatimaThe Compromise662-667PDF
03Jason FordA Signal from another Species668-680PDF
04Ramesh TiwariOur Inspirations are the Will of God681-686PDF
05Ravi KantThe Last Draught of Water: In Retrospect687-689PDF
06Rumpa DasPuja Thoughts690-691PDF
01Abu SufianLong Day's Journey into Night by Eugene O'Neill692-695PDF
02Chittaranjan BhoiA Daughter Speaks (A Collection of Poems) by Shruti Das696-700PDF
03Dr. Hassen ZRIBAAfter the Arab Spring: How Islamists Hijacked The Middle East Revolts By John R. Bradley701-705PDF
04Hiren ZalaAll & Everything in Diagrams by Mohan Vaishnav706-708PDF
05Ram Avadh PrajapatiThe Mouth of Truth by S.C. Dwivedi709-711PDF
06Varsha SinghThe Ballad of the Bleeding Bubbles; A Fabulous
Bouquet of Love Poems by Ratan Bhattacharjee
07Syeda Shahzia Batool NaqviDiaries of Traveler and Madman’s Song by K’nitin Sarma714-718PDF


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