Volume 1, Issue 1 (September 2014)

Editorialdwl

Girindra Narayan Roy (North Bengal University, India)

Articles

1. The Abjection of Law: Machinic Assemblages And Kafka’s “Before The Law” And The Trialdwl

Subashish Bhattacharjee (North Bengal University, India)

2. Not for the Male Gaze: (Un)Gendering the Heroine in Cinematic Spacedwl

Rosemary Briseño (Sul Ross State University, US)

3. The Poetry of Eunice de Souza, and Pursuit for the Ways of Belongingdwl

Saikat Guha (North Bengal University, India)

4. “Let’s Go Up and Have Another Look Out That Window:” Fetish, Obsession, the Tragic Mulatta and the Many Descendants of Clare Kendrydwl

Marta Holliday (Alabama State University, US)

5. Frankenstein’s Victorian Legacy: The Creation of “Fellow-devils” in The Island of Doctor Moreau and the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hydedwl

Jane Kubiesa (University of Worcester, UK)

6. Three Great Pioneers for Russian Theatre Studies in Italydwl

Maria Pia Pagani (University of Pavia, Italy)

7. The Wheel that Turned: Manoranjan Byapari Writes Back in Itibritte Chandal Jibandwl

Jaydeep Sarangi & Angana Dutta (GCC College, Calcutta University, India)

8. “I’ll henceforth turn a spy,/ And watch them in their close conueyances:” Spying as Good Service in Thomas Heywood’s A Woman Killed with Kindnessdwl

Iman Sheeha (University of Warwick, UK)

9. Knowledge, Power, and the Self in Freud and Foucault’s Thinkingdwl

Jiayao Wang (University of South Carolina, US)


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