Volume 10, Number 2, 2018

 

Volume 10, Number 2, 2018

Articles on the General Areas

Javier González García
New Technologies of Time Manipulation
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Miguel López-Astorga
Mood Baroco, Avicenna’s Proof of it, and Reasoning by Means of Models
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Kaliakbarova Lyailya et al
Spatial Orientations of Nomads’ Lifestyle and Culture
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A. R. Aslanova et al
Sacred Functions of Musical Instruments in the Creative Syncretism of Shamanistic Ritual
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Ali Taghizadeh & Forough Emam
Maggie’s Deafening Silence: Femininity as a Masquerade in Henry James’ The Golden Bowl
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Saumya Bera & Soumyajyoti Banerjee
Self and the Quest for Ideal Existential Space: a Study of Jack Kerouac’s On the Road
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Sugeetha K & Harini Jayaraman
Happiness: A Journey rather than a Destination in Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead
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Zulfiya Zinnatullina & Liliya Khabibullina
Analyzing the “Internal Other” in English literature: Welsh Characters in J. Fowles’ A Maggot and A. Burgess’ Any Old Iron
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Can Bahadir Yüce
Clashing Masculinities: Amos Oz’s Panther in the Basement
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Yuki AMAKI
Development of Global-Mindedness among College Students: a Comparative Study among the Japanese and US Students
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Rocco A. Astore
Doubting Descartes: How Berkeley’s Immaterialism Outshines the Cartesian System
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A. K. Naisbayeva et al
Modern Advertising Practice: Gender Images and Stereotypes Generation
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Adharshila Chatterjee
‘Forgive Me Father, for I have Sinned’: The Violent Fetishism of Female Monsters in Hollywood Horror Culture
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A. S. Begalinov et al
Cinema as the Platonic Cave: French Thinkers’ Views on Media Education
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Virender Pal
The Prodigal Sons of Africa Proselytized to Christianity: Cultural Renegades and Apostates in Achebe’s Novels
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Rasheda Parveen & Akshaya K. Rath
Positioning Kali in Thuggee Tradition
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Swati Priya & Rajni Singh
Khortha, a Dying Language and Urgency to Retain its Pure Variety
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Andrea Pérez Mukdsi
‘I know I will hear what I heard before:’ The Role of Music in Narrative Progression
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Articles on Frankenstein 200, 1818-2018

Will Greenshields
Frames, Vanishing Points and Blindness: Frankenstein and the Field of Vision
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Ghiasuddin Alizadeh
More Horrible than the Monster: Social Antagonism and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
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Debapriya Goswami
‘Filthy creation’: the Problem of Parenting in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
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Anish Bhattacharyya
Frankenstein and Ackroyd: a Study of the Text as the Monster
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Taejin Koh
What made the Monster? Lack of Communicative Competence & Communication
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Abhishek V. Lakkad
Frankenstein’s Avatars: Posthuman Monstrosity in Enthiran/Robot
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Reviews

Srajana Kaikini
Curating Interdisciplinarity in Literature-Art: a Review of Mukhaputa
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Shipra Gupta
Book Review: Steven Spielberg: A Life in Films by Molly Haskell
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Maya Vinai
Book Review: Banaras Reconstructed: Architecture and Sacred Space in a Hindu Holy City by Madhuri Desai
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Bidisha Pal
Book Review: Interrogating My Chandal Life: An Autobiography of a Dalit by Manoranjan Byapari, translated by Sipra Mukherjee
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Adishree Vats
Book Review: Gloria Naylor’s Fiction: Contemporary Explorations of Class and Capitalism by Ama S. Wattley and Sharon A. Lewis
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