Book Details

World English Fiction: Bridging Oneness (Edited Book)

Year Of Publish:



A Quest for ‘the Otherness’ at the Crossroads of African Culture:  A Study of Achebe’ Things Fall Apart and Arrow of God

–Monir A Choudhury

The Helpless Male: Breaking with the Traditional Male/Female Roles in C. J. Cherryh’s Pride of Chanur and Foreigner

Krunslav Mikulan

Patriarchy and Racial Vulnerability: Love and Hate in Toni Morrison’s Love

–Mahboobeh Khaleghi

“Without Contraries Is No Progression”: Pictures from Italy (1846) by Charles Dickens

–Elisabetta Marino

Dialectical Exhumation of the Past in Keki Daruwalla’s For Pepper and Christ

–Asha Viswas

R. K. Narayan’s The Dark Room: A Twist to Conventional Notions of Feminism

–Ketaki Datta

The Place of Women in an Ecological Dystopia: A Revisit to Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale

–Jubimol K. G.

Contemporary Resonance in the Select Novels of Amitav Ghosh and Rohinton Mistry

Chikkala Swathi

Between Two Worlds: Reading Diaspora in Kavita Daswani’s The Village Bride of Beverly Hills

Charulatha Ravi

The Vision of Freedom in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake andRabindranath Tagore’s Farewell My Friend

Y. Vidya

Concerns within the Multicultural Mosaic: Henry Hwang’s F.O.B. as a Representative Chinese American Play

–Kavitha Gopalakrishnan

Love and Music: The Universal Emotion and Expression in Vikram Seth’s An Equal Music

T. Ganga Parameswari

The Footsteps are Lost but Experiences Remain: A Critical Exposition of Silviu Craciunas’s The Lost Footsteps

Aju Mukhopadhyay

Alienation and Mother Fixation in Stephen Gill’s Coexistence


–Rupal Amyn Farista

Indian Omnipresence in Global Literature: Textualising the Diasporic Metaphors in K. S. Maniam’s The Return and Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake

–Soumya Jose and Sony Jalarajan Raj


Silence and Words as Means of Resistance: A Reading of Resistance to Subalternity in Leopoldo Lugones’ “Yzur” Using Western and Indian Aesthetic Theories

Vani. K

Discourse in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s Sister of My Heart

–V. Rajesh & J. Jaya Parveen

Journey from Self-alienation to Self-identification as Reflected in Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors

Grishma Manikrao Khobragade

Exploring the Feminine Psyche–A comparative study of Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes were Watching God and Shashi Deshpande’s Roots and Shadows

–S. Ambika

Gora: Tagore’s Formulation of the Spiritual Domain of Indian Nationalism

–Banibrata Goswami

Post Independence Political Scene as Presented in the Nigerian/African Novel

–Kiran Thakur

Emotional Crisis in Willa Cather’s The Professor’s House

–K. Rajaraman

Githa Hariharan’s The Thousand Faces of Night: Resistance to Patriarchy

–Sandhya Singh

Our Esteemed Contributors

© copyright @ prof.K V Dominic 2019. All Rights Reserved.
Designed And Developed By VOXINNOV

Back to Top