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Volume 10, Number 1, 2018

Special Issue on

“Interrogating Cultural Translation: Literature and Fine Arts in Translation and Adaptation”

In collaboration with the Department of English, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham

Guest-edited by Dr. Hari M G, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, India

Hari M G
Editorial: Interrogating Cultural Translation
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Pramod K. Nayar
Literature (Now) Contains Graphic Language: Adaptation, Visualization and Transmedia Texts
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Rajendran Sankaravelayuthan
Using Untranslatable Dictions as a Literary Device
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Tapaswi H M
Reconsidering Performativity, Performance and Imagination: A Possibility in Erasing the Difference
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Bibhuti Mary Kachhap & Aju Aravind
Revisiting Ethno-nationalism: A Study of Nihal De Silva’s The Road from Elephant Pass
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A. Karthika Unnithan & Harini Jayaraman
Entwining the Omenala and Samskara: an Indo-Nigerian Ethnographic Study of Buchi Emecheta’s Fiction
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Mandeep Boro
Deconstructing Culture/Violence in Distant Star and By Night in Chile
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Arpana Venu
Translating the Traveled Culture: an Analysis of Tamarind City: Where Modern India Began by Bishwanath Ghosh
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Sandhya V et al
Mapping the contours of a Tempestuous Interiority: Reading Kamala Das through Kristeva
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Pallavi Kiran
English Transference of Hindustani: A Pragmatic-Stylistic Study of Gulzar’s Poetry
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Kush Sengupta
The Juror-poet: a New Assessment of William Jones
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D. Sudha Rani
Image of America in Telugu Cinema: A Study of the Cultural Implications
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T. Asha Priya & B. Jayasridevi
Integrating Translation in Classroom: Facilitating Language Skills
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R. E. Shkilev et al
Rendering Imagery in the Semantic Structure of Stable Terminological Word Combinations
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Monali Bhattacharya & Ekta Srivastava
Contemporary Contextualization of Paanchali and Penelope through Chitra Banerjee’s The Palace of Illusions and Margaret Atwood’s The Penelopiad
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Simran Preet Kaur & Kamaldeep Kaur
Writing the Nation in Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children: a Dialectical Interplay of Literary and Cinematic Text
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Arnab Dasgupta & Rupayan Mukherjee
Violently Yours: Nation and its Other in Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist
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Hana’ Khalief Ghani
Negotiating Identity in a Multi-cultural Context in Elizabeth Wong’s Kimchee and Chitlins: A Serious Comedy about Getting Along
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