Vol 3, No 2, 2011

Contemporary Poetry in English

Volume 3, Number 2, 2011
On Contemporary Poetry in English

CONTENTS

Editorial (PDF)

227—227

Critical Articles

Narratives of Diaspora  and Exile in Arabic and Palestinian Poetry (PDF)

Saddik M. Gohar

228—242

Stillness of star-less nights: Afghan women’s poetry of exile (PDF)

Rumpa Das

243—250

Rules of the Language in Rules of the House: A Study of Tsering Wangmo Dhompa’s Tibetan English Poetry (PDF)

Shelly Bhoil Sood

251—257

Black Feminist Discourse of Power in For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide (PDF)

Lamia Khalil Hammad

258—267

Voicing Colourspaces: Colour-usage and response as alternative narration in Dennis Cooley’s Bloody Jack (PDF)

Ashes Gupta

268—300

Bob Dylan’s Folk Poetics in the Later Albums:  Telling the Story of America in Ruins in Simple Poetic Language (PDF)

Matt Shed

301—307

The Poetics of John Ashbery (PDF)

Gargi Bhattacharya

308—319

Language as Remnant: Survival, Translation and the Poetry of Paul Celan (PDF)

Dipanjan Maitra

320—329

Memory : The ‘Spiral’ in the Poetry of Joy Harjo (PDF)

Susmita Paul

330—338

Special Article on Elizabeth Bishop  on Her Birth Centennial (1911—2011)

Towards a Postmodern Poetics: Reading Elizabeth Bishop’s Reccy of Realities (PDF)

Amit Bhattacharya

339—354

Creative

Paintings of Murali Sivaramakrishnan (PDF)

355—365

Poems and Paintings by Rob Harle (PDF)

366—371

Five Poems by Peter Nicholson (PDF)

372—374

Selected Poems of Partha Mukhopadhyay (PDF)

375—377

Book Reviews

Book Review of  Michael Chitwood’s Poor-Mouth Jubilee (PDF)

By Paula Hayes

378—382

Book Review of  Alexs Pate’s In the Heart of the Beat (PDF)

By Pragna Paramita Mondal

383—385

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