Contemporary Literary Review India January 2013
The Circumstances of Silence
Drinking the Day
Rattling Past Calcutta
No Escape Route
Let Them Sparkle
Night Under Wrap
Urban Times [Haiku poems]
PAPRI SRI RAMAN
Chat with Kŕsnā
Is that you?
Chinar - E – Kasheer
The Pied Piper Revisits
My Immortal Uncle, the Celluloid Clown
That’s all they have to say
|Criticism||DR AFAF (EFFAT) JAMIL KHOGEER
Globalization: National Identity, Cultural Hybridization and Displacement As Depicted in The House on Mango Street and Jasmine
Fear of the Politics of Noah's Ark: Technologies of Heterosexual Coercion and LGBTQIA Packaging in Bollywood Films
DR DALIP KHETARPAL
Where Shall We Go This Summer? : A Psycho-Analytical Study
Between Insurgent Reason and Repressed Feeling; The Idea of Masquerade in the Play King Lear
Searching Woman Selfhood: A Case Study Of Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights And Charolette Bronte’s Jane Eyre
DR NAZIR AHMED RESHI
Concept of Absurdity and Its Relationship with Existentialism
DR PRATAP K DASH
A Review of Anthropomorhic Content Configuration in Moby-Dick and A Whale for the Killing
DR VVB RAMA RAO
Rabelaisian but not Ribald: A Study of Sundara Ramaswamy’s Tale of a Tamarind Tree
Review on Lost In Seattle by Ghanshyam Iyyengar
Review on Vinay Capila’s The Revolution And Other Stories
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