Volume 2, Issue 3 (December 2015)

Table of Contents

Articles

1. Stephen Spender: A Poet of/in Crisis dwl

Sujit Acharya (PhD scholar, University of North Bengal) and Chandanashis Laha (Associate Professor, University of North Bengal

2. The New Heroes of King Leardwl

Rachael A. Anderson (Independent Researcher, Indiana, USA)

3. Oh, It Hurts So Good: A Psychosocial Reading on Sadomasochism, Criminality and Violencedwl

Adharshila Chatterjee (Assistant Professor, Women’s Christian College, University of Calcutta)

4. Alain Badiou’s Axiomatics of Love, or Why to Love is to Thinkdwl

Jeremy De Chavez (Associate Professor, De La Salle University, Philippines)

5. From Anxiety to Passage to the Act: A Lacanian Analysis of the Unconscious Structure Behind the Murder in Roald Dahl’s “Lamb to the Slaughter”dwl

Subham Chowdhury (MPhil Scholar, University of Calcutta)

6. All the Din and the Quietness Within: Existentialism in Godot and The Rock Opera  dwl

Soham Ganguly (MPhil Scholar, University of Calcutta)

7. Marginal Existence: Individual Inadequacies in T.S. Eliot’s “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” and “Portrait of a Lady”dwl

Oscar C. Labang (Faculty, Kencholia Teacher Training College, Missouri, USA)

8. The Name Game: Presenting J.K. Rowling as Robert Galbraithdwl

Rizia Begum Laskar (Assistant Professor, M.D.K.G. College, Dibrugarh University)

9. “Just Say Yes”: Queer Theatrical Portrayals of AIDS and the Rejection of Safer Sexdwl

Lara Narcisi (Associate Professor, Regis University)

10. Ben as the Object of Abjection in Doris Lessing’s The Fifth Child and Ben, In the World  dwl

Sneha Pathak (Assistant Professor, Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan)

11. The Politics of the Body: Wollstonecraft Interrogating Rousseaudwl

Arunima Ray (Assistant Professor, Lady Shri Ram College, Univeristy of Delhi)

12. God is a Number: The Glove as the Fetish Object as the Queer Object as the Beautiful dwlObject

Daniel Sander (Doctoral Researcher, New York University)

13. “All these presences”: Haunting Memory in Post-Independence Irish Poetrydwl

Madeleine Scherer (Doctoral Researcher and Tutor, University of Warwick)

14.  Poppy and Memory: Darkness Spoken between Ingeborg Bachmann and Paul Celan dwl

Xiaocue Sun

15. Under the Influence: The Lingering Presence of the Dis-empowered Power in the Characters of William Methwold in Midnight’s Children and Lord Darlington in The Remains of the Daydwl

Courtney Watson (Assistant Professor of English and Director of Humanities and Social Sciences, Jefferson College of Health Sciences, Virginia, USA)


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