Saturday, August 18, 2012


Here is the Table of Contents of the MELUS-MELOW Journal which will be out in a month's time. Because of certain constraints, it was not possible to accommodate all the articles received.
Manju Jaidka
Secretary, MELOW


Deconstructing the Reading Process: A Postmodern Version of Jane Eyre
Margarete Rubik

Cultural Interpretation of India in Eighteenth-Century European Travel and Historical Writing
Pamela Barber    

Autobiographical Experience and Popular Culture in William Burroughs’s Cities of the Red Night
K B Razdan

Reading and Writing Reality: A Mighty Heart and Schindler’s List as Faction
Sukla Basu (Sen)

The Politics of Loss and Trauma in Post-9/11 Fiction: A Study of  Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist
Nishat Haider

Revisiting the Ramayana: Laying Janaki to Rest                                                                          Aarttee Kaul Dhar

Fantasy as Reality and Reality as Fantasy in A.B. Guthrie’s The Last Valley and Frederick Manfred’s Green Earth
Ashu Vashisht

The Environmental Aesthetic of N. Scott Momaday
Sarangadhar Baral

Multiple Displacements and Fractured Identities in Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner and Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance of Loss 
Neela Sarkar

The Way the World Looks to Them: Asperger’s Syndrome in Fiction
 Nilakshi Roy

The Changing Face of Bollywood Women: Renegotiating the Notion of the Self
Seema Bhupendra

Solution to Global Warming: Deciphering  An Inconvenient Truth
Renuka Thapliyal

Colliding Cultures and a Ritualistic Murder: Reading The Merchant of Venice from the Margin
Purnendu Chatterjee

Veiled and Unveiled: Draupadi in Pratibha Ray’s Yajnaseni and Irawati Karve’s Yuganta
Charu C Mishra

The Inscrutable Americans: Redefining Nations, Cultures, and Identities
Debalina Banerjee

An Exploration of Isaac Asimov’s Robot Series: The Caves of Steel, The Naked Sun, and The Robots of Dawn
Debobani Biswas

The Representation of Calpurnia in To Kill a Mocking Bird: A Postcolonial Reading
Kaustav Bakshi

Paraguayan Liminality and the Crises of Alterity in Roa Bastos’s Madama Sui
Pragna Paramita Mondal

Here and There: Glocalizing Feminist Utopias
Prasita Mukherjee

No Longer Watno Dur: Technologizing the Diasporic Mirage
Rima Chakraborty                        

The Politics of ‘the Storied Dead’ in Mirza Waheed’s The Collaborators
Anil Raina

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