Volume VI, Number 3

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  • Editorial
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  • Aesthetic Experience as Temporary Relief from Suffering: Schopenhauer, Buddhism, and Mu Qui’s Six Persimmons
    Tony Lack, Jefferson College, USA
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  • Network Theory and Its Applications in Arts Practice and History of Arts
    Miguel Ángel Medina Torres, University of Málaga
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  • Breaking Post-modernism: The Effects of Technology and Writing Programmes on Contemporary Literature
    Amanda M. Bigler, Loughborough University
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  • Rupturing the ‘political’: Socialist-Utopian Performatives in Ray’s Seemabadhha (Company Limited)
    Dwaipayan Chowdhury, University of Amsterdam
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  • Political Propaganda in the Feature Film Industries of Nazi Germany and Maoist China
    James D. Decker, Professor of Political Science, Middle Georgia State College
    Patrick S. Brennan, Associate Professor of English, Middle Georgia State College
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  • De-Essentialising Indigeneity: Locating Hybridity in Variously Indigenous Performative Texts
    Sibendu Chakraborty, Rabin Mukherjee College, Kolkata
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  • Metachronotopy and Transcultural Ideals: Insights into the Poetic Art of Eminescu and Tagore
    Ramona L. Ceciu, Jadavpur University, Kolkata
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  • Adnan Al-Sayegh’s Anti-War Poetry: A Cry Against Inhumanity
    Hana’ Khalief Ghani, University of Al-Mustansiriya
    Sura Hussein Mohammed Ali, University of Baghdad

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  • Nationalism and the Rationalization of Violence in Joyce’s Ulysses, the “Cyclops” Episode
    Camelia Raghinaru, Concordia University, Irvine
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  • Politics of Abjection: Analysing the Debasement of Female Bodies in Cross-Border Conflicts
    Deblina Hazra, Jadavpur University
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  • The Curious Case of Shanthi: the Issue of Transgender in Indian Sports
    Sudeshna Mukherjee, Bangalore University
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  • Sexual Psychology in Theodore Sturgeon’s Fiction
    David Layton, DeVry University, Pomona
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  • Resisting Biopolitics through “Diaphanous Wonder”: Richard Flanagan’s Gould’s Book of Fish (2003)
    Doro Wiese, Utrecht University
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  • Review Articles
  • Indian English Fiction – The Fruit Inevitable: A Review
    Indian Fiction in English: Mapping the Contemporary Literary Landscape, ed. by Himadri Lahiri et al
    Reviewed by Partha Sarathi Gupta, Tripura University
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  • Of Ghosts and Other Perils (written by Troilokyanath Mukhopadhyay in Bengali) Tr. by Arnab Bhattacharya
    Reviewed by Ketaki Datta
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  • Translation
  • “Mother India” by Mahasweta Devi
    Translated by Arun Pramanik, Vidyasagar University
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