Nuances

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Glimpses of the January-June issue of Nuances (Vol. 2 No.1)


                                  Research Papers

Feminism and Marginalized Texts  

(01 – 22)
Women Writers and Their Marginalized Texts: A Perspective from Ancient and Medieval India
Dilip Naik
Sarangadhar Baral

Religious Perspectives 
 (23 – 32)
Influences of Bhagwat Gita on the works of T.S. Eliot
Sandeep Bhatnagar
(33 – 45)
 Spiritual Conditioning of Ethical and Moral Values Through Islamic Education
Fouzia Khanam
Zebun Nisa Khan

(46 – 54)
    The Dogma of Casteism in Girish Karnad’s Play Tale-Danda
T. Eswar Rao

Irish Immigrant Heritage 
(55 –67)
Symbolism in Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey into Night: A Study of Irish Immigrant Heritage
Sayyed Rahim Moosavinia
Elham Shishebor

Romanticism in Postcolonialism
(68 –74)
The Romantic Orientalists and the Nayars of Malabar:
A Postcolonial Reading
Anupama Nayar

Epic Literature
(75 –87)
Divided by Eras and Culture; United by Genre and Unique Feature: Kalidasa and Milton as Epic Literatures
Sumathi Shivakumar

Story
(88 – 92)
Walk with Death!
Md. Ziaul Haque


Poems

(93 – 95)
Sari
Mr Conscience
Subodh Sarkar
(96 – 97)
Waiting
Overmind Rhythm
Ramesh Mukhopadhyaya


Book Review

(98 – 100)
Harper Lee
Go Set a Watchman

Reviewed by: P. K. Panda