Volume 9, Number 2, 2017

Volume 9, Number 2, 2017

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Articles on Technocracy, War and Walls in Art and Literature
Reynaldo Thompson
Editorial: Ex-territories and Technological Art: An Overview of a Latin American Heritage
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Dominic Davies
“Walls of Freedom”: Street Art and Structural Violence in the Global City
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Sudebi Giri
Framing Graffiti: “War on Terror” and Iconoclasm in American Writing on War
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Svitlana Lyubymova
Technocracy as a Cultural Concept in American Discourse: Cultural Linguistic Insight
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Joyanta Dangar
The “mended face”: Matty’s Burn Trauma in William Golding’s Darkness Visible
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Kanika Sharma
Arrivals and Departures: Understanding Cultural Memory in The Terminal
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S. N. Mashkova
Globalization and the Modern Non-fiction
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Mohamed Shafeeq Karinkurayil
The Promise and the Lie of Humanities
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Articles on the General Areas
José María Zamora Calvo
Myth and Exegesis in Plotinus: How to Divide and Recompose Words and Things
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Abolfazl Ramazani & Naghmeh Fazlzadeh
Macbeth, the “Wayward son” of Dunsinane: Self-imposed Trauma
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Bilal Hamamra
‘Never shame to hear/What you have nobly done’: The Representation of Existential Shame in Shakespeare’s Coriolanus
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Maryam Navidi & Fazel Asadi Amjad
Repository of Carnivalism in Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus
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Laleh Atashi & Alireza Anushiravani
The Birth of Eve in Fuseli’s, Blake’s, Groom’s and Petrina’s Illustrations of Paradise Lost
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Reema Raveendran Nair
The Aesthetics of Balloon View in Bleak House
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Gulzhan Raspaeva
The Christian Precedent Phenomena in L. N. Tolstoy’s Novel Resurrection
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Joyjit Ghosh
Lawrence’s response to Futurism in the letters vis-à-vis his representation of “what the woman is” in The Rainbow
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Ronit Ghosh
Auditory Aesthetics and Literary Re-mappings: Trans-medial Forays into Joyce’s Ulysses and Beckett’s Ping
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N. E. Seibel et al
The Motive of Death in the Austrian Novel of the Late 1920s – Early 1930s
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Sameer Chopra
Sherlock Holmes on Screen: The Aesthetics and Politics of Adapting the “Great Detective” in a Hyper-mediatised Age
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Sonia Ghalian
Tramping it out: Charlie Chaplin and the Modern
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Kira Andreeva
Decoding the Paradox in Garcia Marquez’s One-Sentence-Long Story, “Great Enchanter”
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Smrity Sonal & Rajni Singh
Black Female Bodies and Resistance in Gayl Jones’ Corregidora and Eva’s Man
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Avijit Pramanik & Arindam Modak
Trouncing Noogenic Neuroses through Logos: A Logotherapeutic Reading of Paul Auster’s The Brooklyn Follies
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Paromita Sengupta
The Subaltern Voice in Kylas Chunder Dutt’s A Journal of Forty-Eight Hours of the Year 1945
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Rahul Bhaumik
Indian Snakes and Snaky India: British Orientalist Construction of a Snake-Ridden Landscape during the Nineteenth Century
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Hari M G
Negotiation of Identity in K R Meera’s Hangwoman
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Meenu B
“The Widow and the Wife”:Debating the ‘Woman Question’ in Muthumeenakshi (1903)
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Rittvika Singh
Nautanki in the time of Independence Struggle: The Tangled History of Sangits and Akharas
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N. V. Shirieva & E. A. Dyganova
East-West Dialogue in Sophia Gubaidulina’s Work “Tatar Folklore Inspirations”: on the Problem of Artistic Bilingualism
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L. Savenkova & N. Fomina
Object-spatial Approach to Studying Fine Art: Development of Three-dimensional and Spatial Perception among Students
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Christopher Yap Wright
Skeletons in the Closets: Gay Themes in the Philippine English Fictions
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M. Shalauddin, M. Shamsul Hoque & T. Bhuiyan
Cognitive Study of Image Schema and Dying-mind in Tagore’s Near-Death Experience (NDE) Poems
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Rajorshi Das
Home, Ethnicity and Sexuality in Shyam Selvadurai’s The Hungry Ghosts
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Mohd Asjad Husain
Theorizing Frameworks for English Language Teaching: A Brief Non-Chronological Practice Based Narrative
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A. Lakra & M. M. Rahman
Vitality and Endangerment of Contemporary Kurukh
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Sanjay Sengupta
Wooden idols of Bengal
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Subhashis Das
The Astronomy of the Megaliths of Chano
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