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Index – 1

SR. No

NAME OF THE AUTHOR

TITLE OF THE RESEARCH PAPER

PAGE

 
1

ROBERT MASTERSON

The Crypto-Canon: What Lies Below And What Speaks Beneath

1-11

2

AMRIT SEN

Towards Comparative Cultural Studies: Debate And Experiments

12-22

3

FATHIMA M

Adaptation: An Inevitable Form Of Delusion

23-30

4

DR.PULAKESH GHOSH

Atwood’s Surfacing And Mehta’s A River Sutra: A Comparative Study

31-38

5

DR. CLARAMMA JOSE
MRS. MYTHILI MUKUND

Re-Presentation Of Myths: A Reading Of Githa Hariharan’s
The Thousand Faces Of Night

39-46

6

DR.TASNEEM ZEYA

Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable And Bama’s Sangati: A Comparative Analysis

47-57

7

DR. SUDARSAN SAHOO

William Shakespeare And August Wilson: A Comparative Study

58-63

8

DR. RADHA S. GAUTAM

Voicing The Silenced Histories: A Comparative
Study Of Rahimasoom Reza’s Adhagaon And Intizarhussain’sbasti

64-78

 
9

DR. NEETA PURANIK

Draupadi’s Invincible Approach: A Voice Of Common Woman
(The Palace Of Illusions)

79-86

10

RAJEEV NAIR

Identity Crisis Of Comparative Literature As An Academic Discipline

87-95

11

DR. HARPREETKAURTUTEJA

The Emergence Of India As A Global Soft Power In Power Politics

96-102

12

DIPANWITA  DASGUPTA

The Liberal Morality of Mahanirvana Tantra and The Bhadraloks in Nineteenth Century Bengal

103-110

13

GAUTAM KUMAR,  PALLAVI RANI,
NONI AVITAL

Darpan: An Installation Portraying The Culture of Bihar

111- 121

14

DR. DEEPANJALI MISHRA

Portrayal of Women In Media

122-128

15

INDRAJEE DE ZOYSA
KASUNGAJASINGHE

Deconstructing India Vs Pampering The West: A Re-Reading
Of Roy’s The God Of Small Things

129- 137

16

BAISHALI  MAJUMDAR

Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Language And Religion: A Brief Study

138- 149

17

ASHWIN  CHOUHAN

Portrayal Of Diasporic Dilemma in Bharathi Mukherjee’s Jasmine and Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake: A Comparative Analysis

150- 155

18

DR. MADHURI K. PHULE
ARCHANA M. KULKARNI

Exploration Of Human Relationships In Nayantara Sahgal’s Storm In Chandigharh And Doris Lessing’s A Proper Marriage

156-162

19

ANAMIKA DAS

Divide of The Moment – Digital Divide An Obstacle Towards Gaining Cultural Autonomy And Equality

163-167

20

A.F.BASIT

Rekhta: Unraveling The Beauty Of Urdu Poetry

168- 172

21

TANVEER AHEMAD

Digital Media And Culture: The Divide Between Traditional And Modern Communication Culture

173- 191

22

DR. PRERNA A. P. SINGH

Translation As A Gateway To Comparative Study

192-199

23

THONGAM DHANAJIT SINGH

Behind The Violence: A Literary Reading Of Ethnic Violence in Manipur

200- 208

24

RAJASI RAY

The Unspoken of : In Dattani’s Do The Needful And Seven Steps Round The Fire

209-215

25

SUJAN MONDAL

The Cross-Cultural Encounter:  Indian Critical Perspective On E.M. Forster’s A Passage To India

216- 225

 
26

DR. SUPARNA CHAKRABORTI

Cultural Transportation Through Translation A Translator’s Dilemma

226- 232

 
27

SUCHETA PRAMOD SHINDE

Portrayal Of Women in Print And Visual Media For Children In India

233-  242

28

DR. SHIKHA DUTTA

Comparative Diasporic Literature: South Asian Canadian Male And Female Writing

243- 252

29

SOLMAZ NOURZADEH TORKDEH

Reusing Of Historical Materials In The Tortter- Nama By A. Sealy And A History Of The World In 10½ Chapters By J. Barnes

253- 261

30

SNEHA BURDE
ABHIRAM  DAPKE

The Quest for Self-Discovery: The Present and The Self Ricocheting Between Past and Future

262-269

31

SHWETA SINGH

Cultural Dislocation And Identity Crisis In Jhumpa Lahiri And Bharati Mukherjee

270-274

32

SRIKANTH. S

A Comparative Study Of Kamala Das And Taslima Nasrin As Confessional Poets

275-282

33

ISHITA DAVE,
SHASHANK SREEDHARAN

Resolving The Situation In Kurdistan: Setting A Precedent For
The Middle Eastern Crisis

283- 292

34

MOHAMMAD SHAHID, UDAYA KUMAR DHARMALINGAM, MRIGANKA MADHUKAILYA

Abhikshna’ Reality & Illusion: A Comparative Cultural Study Of Bihar & Uttar Pradesh

293-301

35

SAYAN DEY

Commercializing And Politicizing Dharma: A Neo-Puritanical Approach Through Rajkumar Hirani’s Pk

302- 310

 36

SAVITA YADAV

Cross-Cultural Analysis of Mistress of Spices

311- 318

37

KASUN GAJASINGHE,
INDRAJEE DE ZOYSA

Critiquing The “Rationale” Of “Aggrandizing” English In The Contemporary ESl Classroom In Sri Lankan Universities

319-327

 38

SANGITA PATIL,
DR. KARTHIK PANICKER

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s ‘The Bats’ And ‘The Disappearance’: A Study In Contrast

328-334

39 

SADASHIV KALYAN

The Portrayal of India As Nation in Crisis in Anandmath

335-339

 40

DR. ROHINI ARYA

Transnational Identity In Bharti   Kirchner’s ‘Shiva Dancing’

340- 346

41 

DR. MADHAV HANDE

Interaction between Literature and other Arts

347-349

 42

DR. S. VALLIAMMAI
KANIMOZHI T

Realism And Social Concern: A Comparative Study Of  A. J. Cronin’s The Citadel And N. A. Parthasarathy’s Sathyavellam

350- 355

 43

VASUDHA GORE

Contribution Of Translators To Spread The ‘Light Of Indian Spirituality’

356-363

 44

DR. PUNAM C. SHARMA

Undoing The ‘Us- Them’ Colonialism:  A Comparative Study Of Maria Campbell’s Half-Breed And Sally Morgan’s My Place

364-374

45 

PREETI SINGH,
S.D.ROY

Carnivalesque and Dialogism in the plays of  Vijay Tendulkar

375-379

46 

DR. PRATIMA P. MALWADKAR

Second Language Acquisition: ‘Acquisition Of Auxiliaries: Do-Support And Be-Inversion In Question Formation By Marathi Speaking Children Learning English As A L2’

380-390

 47

DR. S.V. DEOGIRKAR

Power And Advertisements A Foucauldian Observation

391-400

48 

MADESWARAN
DR.S.SUBBAIAH

Portrayal Of Stress Resistant Personalities: A Comparative Study In Tone Morrison’s Home And Michael Ondaatje’s The English Patient

401-407

 49

PINAKI ROY

Expatriated Union: Hemingway’s Fiesta And Appleton  And Burnett’s Everybody Comes To Rick’s In  Literature And Film

408-415

 50

P.M. JAYAWEERA

Patriarchal Power Struggles Enacted Through The Sexualized (White) Female Body: A Review Of Doris Lessing’s The Grass Is Singing

416-421

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