NewAca

NEW ACADEMIA  (Print ISSN 2277-3967) (Online ISSN 2347-2073)   

Vol. II Issue IV, Oct. 2013

 

CONTENTS

 

FEMINIST INCLINATIONS IN CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE’S HALF OF A YELLOW SUN AND PURPLE HIBISCUS

Ogechukwu A. Ikediugwu

 

RENNIE’S “MASSIVE DIS-INVOLVEMENT” IN MARGARET ATWOOD’S BODILY HARM

Dr. Leena Pundir

 

MEN IN THE SUN: THE PALESTINIAN DIASPORA

Dr. Haidar Eid

 

 ATYPICAL ASPIRATION: RECONSIDERING ‘DESIRE’ IN TWO INDIAN ENGLISH FICTIONS

Dr. Kaustav Chakraborty

 

THE THEORY OF POSSIBLE WORLDS AND HAYABADANA: A REINTERPRETATION

Kousik Adhikari

 

CRITICAL REFLECTIONS ON SOUTH ASIAN ENGLISH: A LITERARY PERSPECTIVE

Mitul Trivedi

 

TO BE A PAKISTANI : IDENTITY CRISIS AS REFLECTED IN SELECTED WORKS: THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST BY MOHSIN HAMID AND THE BLACK ALBUM BY HANIF KUREISHI

Sobia Kiran

 

BHARATI MUKHERJEE’S DESIRABLE DAUGHTERS: A THEME OF SELF VERSUS SOCIETY

Dr. Richa Bijalwan

 

THE ABSURDITY OF SUICIDE: THE EXISTENTIAL STRUGGLE EXPLORED BY VONNEGUT IN BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS

Deanna Rodriguez

 

THE IDEA OF OTHERING IN J.M. COETZEE’S WAITING FOR THE BARBARIANS

Dr. Susan Nirmala.S

 

TRAUMA AND HEALING: A PSYCHOANLYTIC READING OF FLORENS’ CONFESSION IN TONY MORRISON’S A MERCY

Yi-jo Hsieh

 

IMAGES OF WOMEN IN MAMANG DAI’SFICTION

Esther Daimari

 

THE DOUBTING-SELF AS A SITE OF AGENCY? A DECONSTRUCTIVE READING OF THE GITA AND HAMLET

Dr. Sutanu Kumar Mahapatra

 

STRIVING FOR DEMOCRACY: A STUDY OF ALICE WALKER’S MERIDIAN

Dr.  Santosh Kumari

 

NEW KNOWLEDGE, NEW NORM, LANGUAGE AND NEW STRUCTURE: AN ENQUIRY INTO THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE NEW KNOWLEDGE AND THE NEW WRITING TECHNIQUES AND SCHOOLS

Ali Asghar Rahimi

AN ECO-CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE HOLY WATER: A CULTURAL TRANSLATION OFJ.M.SYNGE’S THE WELL OF THE SAINTS

Dr.S.Kumaran

 

EXPRESSIONISM AND EXPRESSIONISTIC VISION IN EUGENE O’ NEILL’S THE EMPEROR JONES

Md Abdul Momen Sarker

Tusar Talukder

Debdas Biswas

 

 

POEM

 

SWEET HOME 

Dr. Mallika Tripathi