Volume 1, Issue 2 (December 2014)


FOCUS: Poetry and Philosophy

1. ‘The Nothing That Is’ As Object Blankdwl
Chetan Deshmane (HPT Arts & RYK Science College, Savitribai Phule Pune University, India)

2. Prose, Philosophy, and the Existential Crisis: The Human Condition as Literaturedwl
Derek Kanowsky (San Francisco State University, US)

3. “Monstrous Ideas in Glass Cases”: Charles Simic, Heidegger, and the Revision of Tragedydwl
James McAdams (Lehigh University, US)

4. The Ideals of the King: Positioning the Poetic Philosophies of Alfred Lord Tennyson and William Morris’ Arthurian Poetrydwl
Martha L. Baldwin (University of Kansas, US)

5. On Reconcilable Differences between Philosophy and Poetry: Plato, Aristotle, and Iris Murdochdwl
Mary Lenzi (University of Wisconsin-Platteville, US)

6. Refiguring Giorgio Agamben’s Potentiality through Mina Loy’s Poeticsdwl
Missy Molloy (University of South Florida, US)

7. Imagining Reality: Philosophy and Poetry in Ortega y Gassetdwl
Paolo Scotton (IMT Lucca, Institute of Advanced Studies, Italy)

8. Where Poetry Tends Towards the Philosophical: Helene Cixous’s Gift of Feminine Writingdwl
Rajarshi Bagchi (University of North Bengal, India)

9. Plato Reflected in Tennyson’s Mirrordwl
Saikat Guha (University of North Bengal, India)

10. A Thousand Tiny Deaths: Schizoanalyzing Jibanānanda’s Death Instinctdwl
Subashish Bhattacharjee (University of North Bengal, India)

FEATURE: Twentieth Century Women’s Writing

1. Resisting Mainstream Male Gaze in Mahasweta Devi’s Short Story “The Hunt”dwl
Anjani Sharma (Deoghar College, Jharkhand, India)

2. A Dark Room: Politics and Symbolisms of Enclosed Spaces in A.S. Byatt’s Possessiondwl
Deblina Hazra (Jadavpur University, India)

3. Unveiling Native Women’s Resistance: An Analysis of Flora Annie Steele’s Novel Voices in the Night: A Chromatic Fantasiadwl
Manisha Rudra Tariang (Manohari Devi Kanoi Girls’ College, Assam, India)

4. Dismantling the Metanarratives of the Postcolonial World: A Study of Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance of Lossdwl
Najila T.Y. (MES Asmabi College, Kerala, India)

5. “Trimming subliminal flickers”: Mina Loy’s Feminism and Motley Selfdwl
Rajalekshmi K. (The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, India)

6. Navigation of the Female Tribal Self across Democratic and Insurgent Subject Positions: A Reading of Mahasweta Devi’s Draupadi and C.K.Janu’s Mother Forestdwl
Rupsa Banerjee (The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, India)

7. Atoms, Freud and Gender in Nature: The New Modern Woman Emerges in Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthousedwl
Sharon Worley (University of Phoenix, US)

8. Two Mothers: A Study of Motherhood, Domicile and Memory in Select Works of Jhumpa Lahiridwl
Sourav Kumar Nag (University of Burdwan, India)

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