DUJES Current Issue | Volume 26, March 2018 | CONTENTS



“Death” and “Violence” in Mitra Phukan’s Writings: Unraveling an Aesthetics of Pain in The Collector’s Wife and Hope
Namrata Pathak, North-Eastern Hill University
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The Witch and the Uhamiri: Exploring Nuances of Female Bonding in A Mercy and Efuru
Ananya Saha, Jawaharlal Nehru University
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Othering Whiteness – A Reading of Toni Morrison’s Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination
Priyanka Saha, Tezpur University
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Crime Narrative as a Vehicle of Socio-political Critique: A Study of Vikas Swarup’s Six Suspects
Somali Saren, The English and Foreign Languages University
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Fashioning the Self & Home Abroad: Things and material practices in The Namesake
Payal Jain, Cotton University
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The ‘Self’ that is very ‘Public’: A Reading of Assamese Women’s Autobiographical Narration
Lakhipriya Gogoi, Dibrugarh University
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Paradox of Goddess Kali as a blood devouring Mother: A study of the literary representation of Kali with reference to Bankim Chandra Chatterji’s Kapalakundala
Deeptangshu Das, Dibrugarh University
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Appropriating Baul Tradition: Tagore and his Creative Experimentation
Ujjwal Jana, Pondicherry University
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Remapping Places: Storytelling and Identity in Momaday’s House Made of Dawn and Mamang Dai’s Legends of Pensam
Khandakar Shahin Ahmed, Dibrugarh University
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Life in Fiction, and Fiction in Life: A Reading of Syed Abdul Malik’s Rup Tirthar Jatri as a Fictional Biography
Anurag Bhattacharyya, Dibrugarh University
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