Vol. 12. No. 1 Jun 2012

  • Ideal Form of Feminism in Margaret Drabble’s Dr. Brajesh Sawhney Page 1
  • The Radiant Way Ajit Kumar
  • The Powerpuffed Girls of Caryl Churchill Vineet Page 11

  • Peepli [Live ]” and Postcoloniality Dr. Neenu Kumar Page 20
  • Democracy in Jeopardy: Adiga’s ‘between Dr. Rishi Pal Singh Page 28 the Assassinations’ Exposes the Monstrous Diseases in the Veins of India
  • A Critical Analysis of the Themes, Language Dr. A. Chakrabarti Page 34 and Communication in David Malouf’s Remembering Babylon
  • A comparative study of Pinkie and Sarah’s Gurpartap Singh Page 40 redemption in Brighton Rock and The End of the Affair by Graham Greene
  • R. K. Narayan’s Indian Middle Class and Dr . Surekha Ahlawat Page 47 English Language: A Study of His Select Novels
  • Moral Degradation and Spiritual Degeneration Dr. Arun Dev Singh Page 52 in Malamud’s Gods Grace.
  • Survival of Human Values amidst Death and Vinod Chopra Page 59 Destruction: A Study of M. J. Akbar’s Blood Brothers
  • From Murky Grey to Lucid White: Odyssey Dr.Vibha Bhoot Page 66 of the protagonists in The Dark Holds no Terrors, Difficult Daughters and Jasmine
  • The Colour Imagery: Sparkling Red over Sarika Goyal Page 74 the Divine and the Mundane in ‘The Death of Vishnu’
  • Portrayal of Women in Indo Anglian Literature Pooja Singal Page 80
  • Hamlet, A Signifier In Hamlet Studies: Manpreet Kaur Page 87

  • The Structuralist View Conflict Between Kavita Singla Page 92 Self And Society in Arthur Miller’s All My Sons And Death of A Salesman

  • Shashi Tharoor's Show Business: Anand Bajaj Page 96 A Dialogic Study

  • Conceptualisation of Freedom in Preety Goyal Page 103 Saadat Hasan Manto’s “Hatak”

  • The Thematic Concerns in the Major Novels Tasneem Vinod Page 110 of Patrick White

  • Magic Realism : An Innovative Trend in Dr. Harcharan Singh Arora Page 116 Modern Fiction