The Indian Review of World Literature in English

Vol - 12: No - I
January, 2016
  1. Power and its Relation to Conflict in George R. R. Martin’s A Game of Thrones  
    C. Isaac Jebastine & M. X. Alphia Tracy
  2. Embodiment of the Female from the Viewpoint of Cixous’s L’ecriture Feminine in Sylvia Plath’s Poetry – A Study  
    Soghre Nodeh  
  3. Elements of Spirituality in Raja Rao’s Kanthapura and Kipling's Kim  
    Naveen.K. Mehta
  4.Mulk Raj Anand’s Experimental Novel Little Plays of Mahatma Gandhi - A Critical Study  
    D. Sudha Rani 
  5. A Paradigm Shift in the Portrayal of Woman in Wedlock-A Comparative Study between Thereafter and “Comfort”
    K.Suba Priya  
  6. Tracking the Theme of Love in Gabriel García Márquez's Narratives  
    Mandeep Boro

  7. Depiction of Moral Principles in John Steinbeck’s Novels  
    K.Kanchana Devi  

8. An Investigation of Inaction in Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot: A Darwinian Literary Perspective

    Bahare Mehrabi & Amrollah Abjadian

9. Selfing the Home: Quest for Indigenous Entity, Metaphors of the Self and the Other in A.K. Ramanujan’s Poetry

    Kankana Bowmick  
  10. The Multiple Voices and the Mellowing Mediation in Toni Morrison’s Beloved
    Sivanjaneyulu Pagolu  
  11. Low Self-Esteem of ESL Nursing Graduates and Nurses and its Influence on Communicative Efficacy  
    Cynthia Milton  

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