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  • LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND DYNAMICS OF POWER IN HAROLD PINTER’S THE CARETAKER


Dr. Manjari Johri

Abstract: Harold Pinter, the much proclaimed playwright carved a niche with his plays which centered on day to day experiences and which attempted to crystallize fragmentary moments in human interaction. These moments are translated into experiences that human beings can relate with in varied circumstances- as one travels in a train, or takes a bus, or more pointedly spends some time in the waiting room, or within the confines of one‘s workstation at his/her office.


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  • Breaking the Gender and Politics of Culture in Alice Walker’s The Color Purple


Rajesh Kumar

Abstract: The feminist critics generally propagate a prominent notion that gender is a cultural and social construct resulting from the androcentric or patriarchal ideology which treats women as subservient to men.


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  • Treatment of Myth and Individual in The Immortals of Meluha


Satish Kumar, Rajkumar Saini

Abstract: The present research paper is About ‘Treatment of the Myth and individual in Amish Tripathi’s The Immortals of Meluha.’ It deals with individual in the context of the myth. Myth refers to a folk tales which is told by our grandparents and is based on unknowing able facts that becomes parts of our society with the passage of time.


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