Theatrical Space and Visibility of Children’s Concerns in Ramu Ramanathan’s Play The Boy Who Stopped Smiling

Nehal Hardik Thakkar Research Scholar, K.E.T’s V.G.Vaze College ( Abstract In India, a lot of pressure is imposed on children for performing better than others in the examination. For many, the parents decide which career they should opt as they are considered incapable ofmaking decisions for themselves. Children are given no individual space and their […]

A Critical Discourse on Aesthetics in Contemporary Indian Dalit Literature

Limbad Girishkumar Nagjibhai Ph.D Research Scholar, Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University ( Abstract This paper is an attempt to study Aesthetics in contemporary Indian Dalit literature. Dalit literature is prominently a literature of social reform and awareness. In the second half of the 20th century, Dalit literature has emerged as a new literary current to address the […]

The Empire is Resurfacing: Rapacious Neocolonial and Bounteous Primitive in Buchi Emecheta’s The Rape of Shavi

Dr. Arun Singh Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Rajasthan ( Abstract The paper explores the newly emerging structures of the ‘Empire’: the insidious forms of neo-imperialism seeping into a ‘primitive’ society. Buchi Emecheta’s novel The Rape of Shavi deals with the accidental intrusion of a group of Western people into an indigenous African […]