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IRWLE
Vol - 6 : No - I
January, 2010
 
       
 
Contents
 
  1. The Grammar of Conflicts in Riot  
    Amrendra K Sharma & Manju Roy  
       
  2. England of Andrea Levy's Small Island Dreams and Realities  
    Usha Mahadevan  
       
  3. The Deconstruction Theory of Derrida and Heidegger Ė A Study  
    Chung Chin-Yi  
       
  4. Language and Style in Manju Kapurís Difficult Daughters  
    Manju Roy  
       
  5. Testimonios: An Indian Perspective  
    S. Armstrong  
       
  6. What do English Communication Skills Laboratories Really Communicate?  
    M. M. Uma Maheswari  
       
  7. The Triumph of Individuality in Norman Mailerís The Naked and the Dead  
    D. Sreejith  
       
  8. Life, love, death, and poetry in the work of Brian Patten  
    S. N. Radhika Lakshmi  
       
 

 

9. Mapping the North as a Female Space in Aritha Van Herk's Geografictione Places Far From Ellesmere

 
    Raj Kumar Sharma & Asra Sultana Mouda  
       
  10. Syntax Patterns in Anurag Mathurís The Inscrutable Americans  
    Sumana Bandyopadhyay  
       
  11. Mahakavi Subramanya Bharthi - A Great Humanist, Nationalist and a Social Revolutionary  
    K.Sambathkumar  
     
  Poetry Section    
  12. Lessons from a Black Crow  
    Pushpa V.K.  
       

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