Volume IX, Issue II, November 2020 - April 2021

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 II

  • 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. Bibhash Choudhury, Professor, Dept. of English, University of Gauhati

Members of the Editorial Body

Volume IX, Issue II

  • Dr. Soubhagya Ranjan Padhi, Dept. of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Madhya Pradesh
  • Dr. Manash Pratim Goswami, Dept. of Media and Communication, Central University of Tamil Nadu
  • Dr. Pranjal Sharma Bashistha, Dept. of Assamese, University of Gauhati
  • Dr. Rabi Narayan Samantaray, Dept. of English, Aeronautics College, Berhampur University
  • Dr. Durga Prasad Dash, Dept. of English, Gunjam College Berhampur University, Odisha
  • Dr. Breezmohan Hazarika, Dept. of English, D.C.B College, Assam
  • Dr. Jayanta Madhab Tamuli, Dept. of English, M.S.S Vishwavidyalaya


Volume IX, Issue II
  • Editorial
  • Remapping Trauma in Mythic Narratives: A Study of Surpanakha’s Story, Shruti Chakraborti, M.G. Prasuna
  • Representation And Narration of Trauma in Don Delillo's The Body Artist, Abhijit Sarmah
  • Voices Doomed in the Abyss of Trauma: Discussing Amitav Ghosh's The Hungry Tide, Dr. Joseph Varghese, Ms. Vani Maria, Jose
  • The White Standard of Beauty and its Traumatic Impact: A Study of Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye, Chitra Pegu
  • Reading Home as a Space of Trauma in Trezza Azzopardi’s The Hiding Place, Bonjyotshna Saikia
  • Trauma of the Displaced in Herta Muller’s The Passport and Temsula Ao’s These Hills Called Home: Stories from a War Zone, Dr. Chitra.V. S
  • Hamnet and Narrative Hygiene: Retelling a Life, Anindita Kar
  • Medical Humanities and Contemporary Literary Practices, Dr. Prasenjit Das
  • Trauma narrative as Spaces for Individual Empathy and Community Resistance :Thematic and Narrative Concerns in Maya Angelou’s I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Sapna Kumari
  • "Now We Breathe A Different Air": Reading Post 9/11 Imaginary as a Site of Trauma in Ian Mcewan's Saturday, Smitasri Joy Sarma
  • Tracing the Dystopian Trail of Collective Trauma in Vijay Tendulkar’s Play Ghashiram Kotwal, Dr. Breez Mohan Hazarika
  • The Insane Women- A “trauma” Reading of Felanee, Dr. Jayanta Madhab Tamuly
  • Exploring Trauma through Survivor’s Testimony in Cat’s Eye, Sanjib Das
  • Aesthetizing Trauma:The Politics of Narration in Margaret Atwood’s ‘Surfacing’, Barnashree Khasnobis
  • Negotiating the Construction of Alienated and Distorted Subjectivities through Traumatic Experiences in the memoirs of Salman Rushdie and Dom Moraes, Suroshikha Debnath
  • The Dislocated Self: Trauma in Wendy Pearlman’s We Crossed a Bridge and it Trembled, Dr Shruti Das, Mirza Ibrahim Beg
  • Locating Homophobic Violence and Trauma in the Short Film Touch, Silba R. Marak, Dr. Dwijen Sharma
  • Introspecting Trauma, Sexual Violence against Women and Alienation of ‘Self’ as Portrayed in Partition Literature with Special Reference to Pinjar, Akhil Chandra Borah
  • Trauma and Survival in Jangamby Debendranath Acharya, Prateeti Barman
  • Violence and the Floating Self: A Critical Study of A Time of Madness: A Memoir of Partition, Sukriti Deswal
  • Political Trauma among Common People Reflected in Selected Stories of Temsula Ao, Dr. Champak Kumar Bharali
  • Void, Alienation and Bereavement: Traces of Traumatic Experiences in Samuel Beckett’s Endgame, Dr. Sunita Rani, Vandana Sharma
  • Namita Gokhale’s Selected Novels Studied in Light of Dr Brian Leslie Weiss’ Parapsychological Studies, Dr Rati Oberoi
  • Recording the Refugee: Jatin Bala's Legacy of Persistent Subcontinental Marginality, Mandakini Bhattacherya
  • Role of Logotherapy in Developing Resilience: A Study of Gabrielle Zevin’s novel The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry, Suvitha Subramaniam, Dr. Dhanalakshmi.A
  • A Literary Study of Third World Feminism, Sexual Victimization and Social Injustice towards Bangladeshi Women in Tahmima Anam’s The Good Muslim, Himani Sharma, Dr Bhavya
  • A Passage to Redemption in Anita Nair’s The Better Man, Dr. Nisha Nambiar
  • Projecting ASD : A Study of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Mark Haddon's The Curious Incident of The Dog in The Night Time, Gaurab Sengupta
  • Death as a Passage to Permanence: A Study of Porphyria’s Lover and A Musical Instrument, Tapti Roy
  • Transnationality and Intergenerational Transformation of Indian Middle-Class Family in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Lowland, Dr. Maitrayee Misra
  • Capitalist Patriarchy and Position of Women: An Analysis of Mahesh Dattani’s Tara, Dr. Saugata Kumar Nath
  • Indigenising the Detective Genre in Satyajit Ray’s ‘Feluda’ series: A Study, Dr. Chandreie Mukherjee
  • Homes across the Water: Dislocation and Transcultural Kinship in Amitav Ghosh’s The Glass Palace, Dr. Asis De, Anupam Roy
  • Decoding Lucifer: Challenging the Retro- Fittings in the History of Satan, Anupa Rose Babu
  • Masculinity and Performativity in Patrick White’s The Solid Mandala, Manohar M
  • Engaging the Body: A Study of Desire and Identity in Babyji by Abha Dawesar, Sriya Das
  • Indigeneity in a Nationalist Context: Exploring Alternative Modernity in Upendrakishore Raychaudhuri’s Popular Science Writings, Sutista Ghosh
  • Quo Vadis: A Study of K.V. Raghupathi’s The Images of a Growing Dying City, Dr. P.V. Laxmiprasad
  • Women and the Domestic Space in Rashid Jahan’s Parde ke Peechey, Kanika Lakra
  • The Empire is Resurfacing: Rapacious Neocolonial and Bounteous Primitive in Buchi Emecheta’s The Rape of Shavi, Dr. Arun Singh
  • Serenity in Insanity: Exploring Love in Sajid Ali’s Laila Majnu, Dr Shruti Rawal
  • A Critical Discourse on Aesthetics in Contemporary Indian Dalit Literature, Limbad Girishkumar Nagjibhai, Dr. Prakash M. Joshi
  • Theatrical Space and Visibility of Children’s Concerns in Ramu Ramanathan’s Play The Boy Who Stopped Smiling, Nehal Hardik Thakkar
  • Revisiting Masterpieces of Literature Through Indian Aesthetics: A Myth Of Devotion, a river sutra & NAVEEN PATNAIK , Dr. Kalikinkar Pattanayak
  • “Can a Pulaya Speak of His Life?”: Autobiography as Ethnography in Kallen Pokkudan’s Kandalk kadukalk kidayile Ente Jeevitham, Liju Jacob Kuriakose, Smrutisikta Mishra
  • Re-contextualization and Representation of Folk Art in Advertising, Dr. Manash Pratim Goswami, Dr. Soubhagya Ranjan Padhi
  • Art Forms as Narrative of Resistance: A Glance at the Art Forms of Mavilan Tribe, Dr. Lillykutty Abraham
  • Literary Texts towards negotiating the Practical Problems of Life : A Model, Dr Ravindra Pratap Singh
  • Nation and Nationalism: Feminization of the Nation and its Evolutionary Transcendence in Sri Aurobindo’s Savitri, Arijit Goswami
  • 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
  • From Marginality to Congruity: Revisiting Marginality through a Canonicity of Jain and Sikh Literature, Dr. Varun Gulati
  • Love, Compassion and Relationship: Balancing the Act in Andrew Stanton’s Finding Nemo, Dr. Alka Singh
  • Partition Trauma, Nostalgia and Rootlessness: A Reading of Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters, Dr. Dipak Kumar Doley
  • Dr. Bashabi Fraser’s The Ramayana: A Stage Play and A Screen Play, Debapriti Sengupta