CONTENTS



FLIGHT AND RETURN: VICTORY OF HUMAN WILL ................................................................ 1

DR. ATIMA SHARMA


RAYMOND WILLIAMS’ APPROACH TO CULTURE AND LANGUAGE..................................... 8

DR. MADHUMEET


FEMINIST MANIFESTO IN SHOBHA DE’S STARRY NIGHTS..................................................13

DR. DEEPIKA ANAND


FANTASIZING HISTORY: THE VISION OF AMITAV GHOSH ....................................................19

PROF. PARMJIT KAUR CHAHAL & PADAM PREET KAUR


BRAVELY FOUGHT THE QUEEN - - - MAHESH DATTANI’S TARA IN TARA..........................24

DR. SUNIT


“TEXTUALITY OF HISTORY AND HISTORICITY OF TEXT”: A NEW HISTORICIST ANALYSIS
OF RUSKIN BOND’S A FLIGHT OF THE PIGEONS..................................................................29

DR. ROHIT PHUTELA


ELT IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS .....................................................................................................36

DR. ARUN K. BEHERA

 

 


PROTO-FASCIST VÖLKISCH IDEOLOGIES IN D.H. LAWRENCE’S
THE PLUMED SERPENT ............................................................................................................40

SANDEEP CHAHAL


THE KEY STRAND OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING - ESP............................................47

DR. SANDHYA TIWARI


ANITA DESAI’S CRY, THE PEACOCK IN THE LIGHT OF AUSTIN WARREN’S ESSAY “THE
NATURE AND MODES OF NARRATIVE FICTION”...................................................................52

SHALINI GULATI


VOICE AGAINST PATRIARCHY IN MULK RAJ ANAND’S GAURI...........................................58

REENA SHARMA


IDENTITY CRISES IN INDIAN FICTION.....................................................................................61

AB. MAJEED DAR


MAHESH DATTANI’S USE OF UNPRECEDENTED
DRAMATIC TECHNIQUES IN TARA .......................................................................................... 68

MOHINDER KUMAR (ABRC)


IN CONVERSATION WITH ARBIND KUMAR CHOUDHARY................................................... 71

DR. DTK DUTTA


LEXICOCULTURAL ANALYSIS OF MANJU KAPUR’S
DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS ...........................................................................................................75

HARMOHINI


THEORIZING THE ENCOUNTER BETWEEN SELF AND THE OTHER: A STUDY OF IMTIAZ
ALI’S ROCKSTAR .......................................................................................................................79

KAPIL DEV


VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AS PORTRAYED BY VIJAY TENDULKAR IN KAMALA,
SAKHARAM THE BOOK BINDER AND VULTURES ................................................................83

K. ANURADHA


MARRIAGE AS MISALLIANCE: A STUDY OF SHASHI DESHPANDE’S
SHIPS THAT PASS.......................................................................................................................86

RITU KUMAR


MASCULINE ANXIETY IN SAUL BELLOW’S DANGLING MAN ............................................. 92

RUCHI VERMA


AN ECOCRITICAL ANALYSIS OF AMITAV GHOSH’S THE HUNGRY TIDE.............................96

UJJALJIT KAUR


OBLIQUITY IN ENGLISH POETRY HAS A STRIKING
SIMILARITY WITH VAKROKTI................................................................................................ 100

DR. VASUDHA MAITRE