Volume 1 Number 2

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 Editorial   (HTML I PDF Version I DOI)



“The Noble Savage and the Civilised Brute: Nature and the Subaltern Angst in Swarup Dutta’s Machh Master (The Expert Angler)
Sajalkumar Bhattacharya  (HTML I PDF Version I DOI)


Finding the voice of the Peasant:  Agriculture, Neocolonialism and Mulk Raj Anand’s Punjab trilogy
Jonathan Highfield  (HTML I PDF Version I DOI)


Rabindranath Tagore’s English Prose: “Some Qualities of Permanence”
Fakrul Alam  (HTML I PDF Version I DOI)


Aesthetics of Indian Feminist Theatre
Anita Singh   (HTML I PDF Version I DOI)


Representation of Indigenous Women in Contemporary Aboriginal Short Stories of Australia and India: A Study in Convergences and Divergences
Indranil Acharya  (HTML I PDF Version I DOI)


Giving the Lie: Ingenuity in Subaltern Resistance in Premchand’s short story ‘The Shroud’
Somdev Banik   (HTML I PDF Version I DOI)



Exile Literature and the Diasporic Indian Writer
Amit Shankar Saha   (HTML I PDF Version I DOI)



Painting and Illustrations
Soumitra Mondal   (HTML I PDF Version)



Book Review: Ruth Vanita and Saleem Kidwai ed. Same-Sex Love in India: A Literary History
Jaydeep Rishi   ( PDF Version)


About the Contributors  (PDF Version)



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