Partition Trauma, Nostalgia and Rootlessness: A Reading of Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters

Dr. Dipak Kumar Doley Assistant Professor, Department of English, Dibrugarh University ( Abstract The violence of the Partition of India in 1947 is comprised not only of physical wounding but of psychological wounding as well. The different tales of memory, nostalgia and trauma remain embroiled not so much in the national discourse as in the […]

Love, Compassion and Relationship: Balancing the Act in Andrew Stanton’s Finding Nemo

Dr. Alka Singh Assistant Professor of English, Dr Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University ( Abstract The concerns for the environment, fish biology and oceanography have gained growing importance in children’s literature. A considerable number of literary and visual texts have been found exemplary and exciting in disseminating knowledge, so far as children’s psyche is […]

From Marginality to Congruity: Revisiting Marginality through a Canonicity of Jain and Sikh Literature

Dr. Varun Gulati Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment ( Abstract This paper examines the influence of Jain and Sikh literature, attempted to provide a critical discourse on marginality as a response to the widespread cultural and political violence, radical upheavals and individual differences. Marginality is universal phenomenon, mentioned in different cultural and genres with […]

The Use of Food Imagery and Representation of Culture in Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Part and A Man of the People

Dr. Lakshminath Kagyung Assistant Professor, Department of English,Dibrugarh University ( Abstract This paper is an attempt— to critically analyse the food and food habits of the Igbo society, to understand how the dominant discourses of the society shape the symbolic significance of or meanings associated with food, and in the process to examine the use […]