Volume IX, Issue I, May 2020 - October 2020

ISSN 2319-8281

Approved by UGC and enlisted in the UGC-CARE List (Sr. No. 42) in Arts and Humanities section.

A Refereed (peer-reviewed) Bi-Annual National Research Journal of English Literature/Assamese/Literature/Folklore/Culture

Members of Advisory Body

Volume IX, Issue I

  • Dr. Gayatree Bhattacharyya, Former Professor, Dept. of English, University of Gauhati
  • Dr. Dayananda Pathak, Former Principal, Pragjyotish College, Guwahati
  • Dr. Prabin Chandra Das, Former Head, Dept. of Folklore, University of Gauhati
  • Dr. Dwijen Sharma, Professor, Dept. of English, North Eastern Hill University (Tura Campus)
  • Dr. Kalikinkar Pattanayak, Former Associate Professor in English, Khallikote University, Odisha

Members of the Editorial Body

Volume IX, Issue I

  • Dr. Pranjal Sharma Bashistha, Dept. of Assamese, University of Gauhati
  • Mr. Lakshminath Kagyung, Dept. of English, University of Dibrugarh
  • Dr. Lakshmi Dash Pathak, Dept. of Assamese, L.C.B College, University of Gauhati
  • Dr. Rabi Narayana Samantaray, Dept. of English, Aeronautics College, Berhampur University, Odisha
  • Dr. Durga Prasad Dash, Lecturer, Dept. of English, Gunjam College, Berhapur University, Odisha


Volume IX, Issue I
  • Editorial
  • Metaphysics of Nature in Northeast Indian Writing in English, Dr. Nigamananda Das
  • Negotiating Ecological Crisis in North-East India: An Ecocritical Reading of Select Literary Texts, Dr. Dwijen Sharma
  • Reading between the Currents: Water as a Recurring Motif in the Writings of Aruni Kashyap, Dr. Vrinda R. Chanth
  • Treatment of Man-Nature Relationship in Dhruba Hazarika’s Luck, Sanjib Das
  • The Umbilical Connect between Nature and Narrative : Parismita Singh’s The Hotel at the End of the World, Rita Sarkar
  • The Tales of Therianthropes and Otherkins: AStudy of the‘others’ in Nature as Represented in EasterineKire’s novel Don’t Run, My Love and When the River Sleeps, Nawab Tabassum Yasmin
  • Ecology, Culture and Postcolonialism : An Eco-critical Reading of Indira Goswami’s The Moth-Eaten Howdah of the Tusker, Risha Baruah
  • An Ecocritical Study of the Origin Myths and Totems of the Karbis, Aftafizur Rahman, Dr. Pritam Priya Goswami
  • Voicing the Unvoiced : A Comparative Analysis of Sethe in Beloved and Giribala in The Moth Eaten Howdah of the Tusker, Subhash Barman, Dr. Zothanchhingi Khiangte
  • Negotiating the Dichotomy of Tradition and Modernity in Girish Karnad’s Hayavadana and Bali, Alimpa Bhuyan, Dr. Anup Kumar Dey
  • An Ethnographic Study of Ritual Plants Used by the Tea Workers of Sonitpur District of Assam, Dr. Dipen Bezbaruah
  • The River Ganga in the Purânic Literature, Dr. Jagadish Sarma, Dr. Archana Sarma
  • Martial to the Musical: De-stereotyping the Skills of Tribal Men in India through Select Folktales, Kaustav Chakraborty
  • In Search of a Regional Framework of Theatre: an Analysis of Sukracharjya Rabha's Theatre, Manabendra Sarma
  • Indigenous People of Niyamgiri and Foucault’s Heterotopia, Dr. Shruti Das
  • Indian Tribal Women and Exploitation : A Case Study of ‘Douloti the Bountiful’ by Mahasweta Devi, Kazim Ali
  • From Detention to Liberation: A Diasporic Experience in Manju Kapur's The Immigrant, Dr. Nitasha Bajaj
  • Resonance of Communal dis/harmony in Mahesh Dattani’s Final Solutions, Dr. R. Devanand
  • Negotiating Meaning during Translation: Context of Haryanvi and English, Ravi Bhushan
  • Crossing Patriarchal Threshold in Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors, Riazul Hoque, Dr. Indu Swami
  • Reading Beyond the Archive : A Study of the Novel ‘Aazar’, Dr. Chandan Kr. Sarma
  • A Jungian Analysis of Ageing in the Movie : The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, Kamila Gulnar
  • JG Ballard’s Cocaine Nights: A Time-Space Configured Society, Nagaraju Rottela
  • Writing Violence, Writing Self: Reading Naga Fiction in Light of Easterine Kire’s Essay “Should Writers Stay in Prison?, Prasenjit Das