DUJES Vol. 29 June 2021 Issue




Dr. Lakhipriya Gogoi                                                  Mr. Deeptangshu Das 

Assistant Professor                                                      Assistant Professor

Department of English                                                Department of English

Dibrugarh  University                                                 Dibrugarh  University                                                                                                                      






1. Of Growth and Development: Appropriating the Pedagogical Significance
of Science Fiction- A Case Study of H.G. Wells’s The Time Machine and Michael Crichton’s Jurassic Park

Goutam Karmakar 


2. Subaltern Lives and Utopian Potentialities in Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar’s Jwala Kumar and the Gift of Fire: Adventures in Champakbagh

Abin Chakraborty


3. Migration and the Struggle with Choices in an Increasingly Unstable World: A Reading of Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West and Amitav Ghosh’s Gun Island

Rimi Nath


4. Writing Kashmir, Writing the End of Empire: A Study of two Post-war British Novels

Somjyoti Mridha

5. The Depiction of Dalit Women in Indian Women’s Poetry in English

 Shruti Sareen


6. What Makes You a “BRIDE”: A Comparative Study of Assamese Folk Balladic Bride Jona Gabharu and Chaucerian Bride in The Wife of Bath’s Tale

Gutimali Goswami


7. A Postmodern Feminist Interpretation of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Half of a Yellow Sun and  Michael Grant’s Front Lines

 Punyashree Panda  and Trina Bose


8. Transformed Role of Jewish American Women in Judaism: Reading Rebecca Goldstein’s Mazel

Bhaskar Lama

9. Being to Becoming: The Discourse of Self in Doris Lessing’s The Golden Notebook and Love, Again 

Sanghamitra Sadhu


 10.  Afghanistan in Post-9/11 American Poetry: A Creative  Response to Orientalism

Joydeep Chakraborty


11.  Stranger Gods, Untouchable Offspring: The Politics of Space and Hegemonic Masculinity in Perumal Murugan’s One Part Woman

Damini Kashyap


12. Aesthetics of the Grotesque Body: The Dismemberment Metaphor in the Assamese Folktale “Tejimola”

Jharna Choudhury


13.   Subversion of Post-Truth Discourse and Data Politics in Indian Agrarian Crisis:Kota Neelima’s Shoes of the Dead

Miruna George and Jaya Selvi D 


14. Theorizing the Ontology of ‘Home’ in Diaspora Imagination  

Bhagabat Nayak

15. Masquerading gelotophobia through self-evasive laughter: Exploring the link between the ridiculous Bangal in select popular Bengal Cinema of the 60s and his Ghoti Bhadralok and Bangal refugee viewer in the entre nous(?) of the movie hall

Ashes Gupta


16. “Walking with the Gods”: Writing Body and Land in India’s Northeast

 Rakhee Kalita Moral


17. The Postfeminist World-view and Superheroines: Critiquing Female Representations within the Superhero Genre

Anindya Syam Choudhury and Kinshuk Chakraborty


18. Muslin in their Mouths: Identifying Conflict in Sophie Mackintosh’s The Water Cure

Chaandreyi Mukherjee


19. Altered States: A Reading of Cesar Aira’s An Episode in the Life of a Landscape Painter

Mubashir Karim


20. Gender and Disguise: Representation of Bacha Posh in Nadia Hashmi’s One Half from the East and The Pearl that Broke its Shell

Mridula Kashyap


21.The Order of Extra-Terrestrials – Researching the Dynamics of Alien Forms in Science Fiction

Ruchita Machal


22. Cry Witch: Representation of German Witch-Lore and Persecution of Dispossessed Women in Oliver Potzsch’s The Hangman’s Daughter and Erika Mailman’s The Witch’s Trinity

Isha Biswas


23. “Shifting Landscapes of Childhood”: Situating the Identity of Ila in terms of Place and Space in Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines

Pratik Chowdhury


 24. “The Picture of Oryx Looking”: The Returned Gaze as Feminist Resistance against the Male Gaze in Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake

Cr Patricia Mary Hodge


25.  The Unclean Female Body and the Discourse of Sanitation in Three Cinematic Texts

 Sugandha Sehgal


26. The City of Colombo in Carl Muller’s Colombo and Shyam Selvadurai’s The Hungry Ghosts

Esther Daimari


27.To Be or Not To Be? The Dichotomy of Being Oneself in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake

Priyanka Sharma


28. The Image of Mahatma Gandhi in Advertisement: Subverting its Conventional Semiotics 

  Saba Anish and Dwijen Sharma


29.  Revisiting Gender Narratives: A Critical Study of Nee Devi’s Short Stories

Gurumayum Deepika


30.  Revisiting Bhadralok: “Dangoriya” as the term for Assamese Masculinity

Parikshit Sarmah


31. The Gaze of the ‘Other’: A Study of Frederick Douglass’s Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave (1845)

Pronami Bhattacharya


32.  The Cyborg Lives of the Frankenstein Myth: A Study of Re/Presentation and Consumption of Frankenstein in select 21st Century Pop Culture Adaptations

Sango Bidani and Zahra Rizvi.


33. The neoMONSTERS Thesis: Dystopias, Ideologies and Monsters in Ghoul and Betaal

 Sami Ahmad Khan     


34. Hunger, Representation, and the Gorkhaland Movement

Samiran George Ghissing          


35. The Pastoral Power Dialectic: A Foucauldian Reading of The Slayer Slain

Mini M Abraham                  


36. Fandry: A Cinematic Journey from Rejection to Resistance

Jaishree Kapur            


37. Locating Hotel as a Postmodern Trope of Homelessness and a Microcosm of Segregationist Society of London in Monica Ali’s In the Kitchen 

 Shafayat Hussain Bhat and Amandeep Singh      


38. The Flora and Fauna in Karnad: A Study of Nāga-Mandala and The Fire and The Rain 

 Devamitra Chakraborty    


39. A-death-within-the-self—the phenomenal expulsion of expectation”: Reading Narratives of Miscarriage

 Bonjyotshna Saikia  

40.  Bi Now, Gay Later or Gay Now, Bi Later: A Close Reading of Cinnamon Gardens

Monoj K. Hazarika 

41Rereading ‘Mahatma’ in Indian History through a reading of Bhimayana: Experiences of Untouchability

Mushrifa Ibrahim


42. The Colonial/ Postcolonial Gaze: A Feminist Analysis of Malek Alloula’s The Colonial Harem

Nazrana Haque


43. Representation and Nuances: Interrogating Representation of the Tribal in Mamang Dai’s The Legends of Pensam and Gopinath Mohanty’s Paraja

 Lakshminath Rabha  

44.  Striking a Balance between the Male and the Female Principles: A Reading of Achebe’s Things Fall Apart and Anthills of the Savannah

Lakshminath Kagyung


Book  Review 

1. An Onerous Achievement 

Anubhav Pradhan

2. preeto and Other Stories: the male gaze in urdu

Harshit Nigam