From Oppression to Empowerment: Dual Representation of Female Identity in Bapsi Sidhwa’s Cracking India

Dipak Kumar Doley Assistant Professor, Department of English, Dibrugarh University (Assam) Email: Abstract The 1947 Partition of British India into two independent nations (India and Pakistan) was accompanied by communal violence unspeakable in its brutality and ferocity. In the months immediately preceding and following the creation of “free” nation-states, untold numbers of murders, kidnappings, […]

The Tempest : A Study through (Post)colonial Discourse

Sanjeet Kumar Das Asstt. Professor, Dept. of English Language and Literature, Central University of Orissa Email: Abstract This paper is an attempt to shed light on the triggering force of English Renaissance spirit that through the character of Prospero is best exemplified by the scientific temperament of venturing into the New Land. That to […]