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Critical Studies on Contemporary Indian English Women Writers (Edited Book)

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K. V. Dominic’s (ed) Critical Studies on Contemporary Indian English Women Writers. New Delhi: Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2010. HB. Pp. xx+336. Rs. 1100. ISBN-978-81-7625-631-5.


Editor’s Preface

The Stone Angel: The Story of a Woman with a Will

–Basavaraj Naikar

Postmodernism as Feminist Text: A Reading of the Short Text of Canadian Women Writers

–Jameela Begum A.

Assertion of the Female Self through Motherhood in Margaret Atwood’s Surfacing

–Rajeshwar Mittapalli & A. Aravind Reddy

“Alone Alone All All Alone”: The Loneliness of Almeda Roth in Alice Munro’s “Meneseteung”

–K. Radha

E. J. Pratt’s Historic Canadian Perception of Mankind in Select Poems

–G. Baskaran 

Aboriginality and Rita’s Sisters: A Cursory Glance at the Native Theatre in Canada

–B. Chandrika

From Society through Sex to Selfhood: Attainment of Identity in Margaret Laurence’s A Jest of God

–Rajeshwar Mittapalli & A. Aravind Reddy

Rohinton Mistry’s Tales from Firozsha Baag: A Vista of Memories and Fantasies

–Evangeline Shanti Roy

Indian Diasporic Writers in Canada: A Bird’s Eye View

–Satendra Kumar

“The Marginal Men” in Stephen Gill’s Immigrant and Uma  Parameswaran’s Rootless But Green are the Boulevard Trees

–G. Dominic Savio & S. J. Kala

Interview with Dr. Stephen Gill

–K. V. Dominic

The Mega Text in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale

–Hema Nair R.

Bending Time and Space: Margaret Laurence’s A Bird in the House and Margaret Atwood’s Cat’s Eye

–Dolors Collellmir

What Man has Made of Man: Portrayal of the Marginalised ‘Red Children’ and Subversion of the Deceptive Myths in Sharon Pollock’s Docudrama Walsh

–S. Chandralekha

The Schizophrenic World of Jewish-Canadian Poetry

–Rajasekhar Patteti

Margaret Atwood’s Weltanschauung

–Mariamma Chacko

Margaret Atwood: Twenty-Five years of Gothic Tales

–Behzad Pourgharib

John Ralston Saul, Cultural Globalization and Canadian Realities

–Motaleb Azari

Sexual Power Politics: A Post-Modern Reading of Margaret Atwood’s The Edible Woman and Toni Morrison’s Sula

–W. S. Kottiswari

In Defiance of the Plague of Perfection: Timothy Findley’s The Butterfly Plague

 –Achamma Alex 

Postmodernist Narrative Strategies in Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace

–Lata Mishra

Economic Hardships and Exploitation of Lower Caste Woman in the Fiction of Rohinton Mistry

–Manoj Kumar

Inner Journey of the Immigrant Protagonist in Margaret Laurence’s The Fire Dwellers: A Psychological Perspective

—Elizabeth Lucy

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