DUJES Volume 28 | March, 2020 Issue | Contents


Jaishree Kapur and Harshit Nigam 


Pick a story and see where it will lead you”: Reconfigurations of the Cultural Narratives in Sujata Bhatt’s Selected Poems
Manika Arora

“Servant to Hunger”: A Panpsychist Reading of J. M. Coetzee’s Life and Times of Michael K
Sinjan Goswami

Diasporic Characters’ Desire to Take a ‘U-Turn’ in Selected Punjabi Short Stories
Sumneet Kaur

Nature in Nuremberg: A Study of W G Sebald's After Nature
Chandan Kumar Panda

Freeing Every Last Man of Shawshank: A Reading of Frank Darabont’s The Shawshank Redemption
Debaditya Mukhopadhyay

The Mother of the Vaishnav Nation in Bankim Chandra Chatterjee’s Anandamath: Construction and Worship
Nakul Kundra

Migration and Memory in James Welch’s The Heartsong of Charging Elk: A Postcolonial Study
Issa Omotosho Garuba

Italian Travel Narratives on India: Translation in the Politics of British Imperialism
Jitamanyu Das

Forms of Social Transmission and the Making of the Public Self in Jose Saramago’s The Year of the Death of Ricardo Reis
Khalida Ahmed

The Possibility of ‘Counter Travel’ in the Age of ‘Belated Travelers’: Tahir Shah as a Counter Traveler in Sorcerer’s Apprentice
Rima Barua

Representing the Urban in Rana Dasgupta’s Capital
Sayan Chaudhuri

Sexuality, Selfhood and Self-Annihilation in William Blake’s Poems
Subhasish Guha

Honour(ing) Existence, Resisting Honour: Exploring The Pakistani Bride as the Testament to Establish and Exercise Khudi
Pradipta Shyam Chowdhury

Racial Subalternity of the Issei in Select Japanese North American Fiction
Ambika Vishnu Kamat and André Rafael Fernandes

Writing the Body: A Feminist Reading of the Poems of Rajathi Salma and Kutti Revathy
Smithalekshmi S.

Anxiety, Alterity and Alienation of Pan-diasporic Kerala Women in Arranged Marriages: An Analysis of Janu in Jaishree Misra’s Ancient Promises
Sonu Sujit David and K. G. Bhuvana Maheshwari

From Page to Screen: Bangladesh Revisits Tagore’s Raktakarabi (Red Oleanders)
Srideep Mukherjee

The Representation of the Aged in J. M. Coetzee’s Fiction: A Select Study
Padumi Singha

Missionary Ethnography and the Manufacturing of Desire in North-East India
Hamari Jamatia

Analysis of Ideology of Domesticity in Charlotte Mary Yonge’s The Daisy Chain; Or, Aspirations: A Family Chronicle and Frances Wright Collins’ The Slayer Slain
Vishnu Priya T. P.

Utopian Visions of Feminist Science Fiction: A Pathway to ‘Better’ Futures
Pritam Panda

Demystification of the Postmodern Dialectics of Space and Identity in Peter Carey’s Jack Maggs
Anjan Saikia

Aboriginal Places and Colonialist Interventions: Interrogating Spatial Politics in Linda Hogan’s Mean Spirit
Khandakar Shahin Ahmed