Volume 1, Number 1

Volume I, Number 1, 2009

CONTENTS

   

Editorial

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Section I: Criticism
The Essentials of Indianness: Tolerance and Sacrifice in Indian Partition Fiction in English and in English Translation

Basudeb Chakraborti 

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Shashi Tharoor’s Riot: Perspectives on History, Politics and Culture

Paras Dhir 

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Modernist Arabic Literature and the Clash of Civilizations Discourse

Saddiq Mohammad Gohor

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The Utopian Quest in Bessie Head’s When Rain Clouds Gather and Maru

Adamu Pangmeshi

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Section II: Perspective
Teaching Literature in the Age of E-Literacy

Anne Mabry

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Contemporary Gujarati Poetry: For Whom Are They Writing?

 Mukesh Modi

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 80-84
Section III: Creative
Hedonism in Abstract Art: Minimalist digital abstract photography

 Srdjan Jovanovich

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 86-90
Section IV: Book Review
Mani Bhawmik’s Code Name God

Biswaranjan Chattapadhyay

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 92-94
About the Contributors

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