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IMAGES OF WOMEN IN INDIAN LITERATURE

  D. RAYAPPA Assistant Professor of English Balaji Institute of Technology and Science NARSAMPET Warangal, Telangana  K.PRISCILLA Head of English Department Sai Sudhir Degree and P.G College ECIL – SECUNDERABAD Telangana K.DASARADHI Research Scholar RTM Nagpur University  NAGPUR   Abstract Women and literature are closely related to each other because it requires a lot of artistic [...]

GAYATRI SPIVAK AND THE SUBALTERN: THE IRRETRIEVABLE SILENCED VOICE AND THE FUNCTION OF THE POSTCOLONIAL INTELLECTUAL

HAMZA SALIH PH.D. STUDENT IN CULTURE LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY RESEARCH LABORATORY MOHAMED V UNIVERSITY RABAT - MOROCCO  Abstract   Gayatri Spivak remains undoubtedly a prominent postcolonial theorist, who has attained international fame and eminence. In fact, her writings and fields of interest are diverse, starting from her engagement with the Marxist critique of capitalism, through [...]

NOTIONS OF TIME IN SAMUEL BECKETT’S WAITING FOR GODOT  

  ANNA KURUVILA POST GRADUATE MASTERS IN ENGLISH WITH COMMUNICATION STUDIES CHRIST UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE INDIA   Samuel Beckett’s Waiting For Godot postulates the idea of time being a stagnant mush. Contrary to the usual notion of “time running out”, here time has to be pushed around in order to make it pass. The main protagonists of [...]

The Protagonist Sindi Oberoi is a “No Where Man” and Feels Alien in Arun Joshi‘s The Foreigner  

  Dr. Arshad Ahmad Ph.D. Scholar Barkatullah University Bhopal M. P. India   Abstract:                        Nowhere man doesn’t have a point of view,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          knows not where is going to, Istn’t be a bit like you and me? Doesn’t have a point of view, Nowhere Man, please listen, You don’t know what you’re missing, -From Nowhere Man, [...]

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