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  • TANGLED LIVES: THE EFFECT OF PARTITION WITH REFERENCE TO TRAIN TO PAKISTAN, AZADI AND TAMAS


Dr. Jaishree Umale, Savita Chaurasiya

Abstract: Train to Pakistan written by Khushwant Singh, Azadi written by Chaman Nahal and Tamas written by Bhisham Sahni are a few novels which are based on the partition of India and Pakistan. All these three novels revealthat before partition there was communal harmony among people of different communities.


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  • TRAPPED IN THE WOVEN PLOTS: IDENTITY RECOGNITION AND RE-ESTABLISHMENT IN THE PLOT AGAINST AMERICA


Gong Yijin

Abstract: The Plot Against America written by Philip Roth in 2004 raises the question what if history has made a turn. In "Writing American Fiction", Roth utters his disappointment for American fiction writing: It stupefies, it sickens, it infuriates, and finally it is even a kind of embarrassment to one's meager imagination.


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  • Major Paradigm of the 21st century in Amish Tripathi’s The Secret of the Nagas


Satish Kumar, Rajkumar Saini

Abstract: The purpose paper deals with the major paradigm of the 21st century. In The Secret of the Nagas, Tripathi represents a clear cut vision of the 21th century India in which various problems as communal violence, human trafficking, bull racing, malnutrition and animal slaughtering that are prevalent in today’s Indian society, are the major selected themes of the novel.


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  • Rabindranath Tagore’s Background and Sensibility


Dr. Sandeep Kr. Sheoran,

Abstract: Rabindranath Tagore’s Background and Sensibility


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  • SALMAN RUSHDIE’S NOVELS


SUNITA DEVI

Abstract: SALMAN RUSHDIE’S NOVELS


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  • वर्तमान शैक्षणिक अनुसंधानों की प्रभावशीलता


डॉ० दीपशिखा मित्तल

Abstract: किसी भी क्रिया, प्रक्रिया तथा प्रतिक्रिया की प्रभावशीलता प्रश्नों के उत्तरों पर निर्भर करती है कि वह समाज, राष्ट्र एवं विश्व के लिए भूतकाल में क्या दिशा प्रदान करती रही है?


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  • JHUMPA LAHIRI’S UNACCUSTOMED EARTH AS A MIRAGE OF CULTURAL IDENTITIES


Dr. Induprakash Singh

Abstract: Indian-American diaspora writers form a distinct part of the American society which has become an epitome of multicultural and multi-ethnic settlements. They have skilfully explored these experiences through their literary contributions. The United States of America is not only diverse in its cultural aspect but also in its literature, it’s rightly called as ‘the melting pot’. Pulitzer Prize winning writer Jhumpa Lahiri is one of the most acclaimed contemporary


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  • Dalit Women Vs Society: Delving into Urmila Pawar’s “The Weave of My Life”


RIPUNJOY BEZBARUAH

Abstract: Dalits are always considered the low caste or outcaste since the ancient times. They are tortured, humiliated and exploited by the so-called upper caste people. In recent times, several constitutional safeguards have imposed to them, but still, they are suffering because they are thought to be the untouchables and this is the sole reason of their suffering. When we speak about women, women are always sub-sided from the society as the inferior being. Now, when we think of the Dalit women, their plight is the worse.


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  • DYLAN THOMAS SEMANTICS


Dr. Anjum Islam

Abstract: Linguistics took about fifty years to attempt systematic analysis of meaning. Linguists and earlier scholars of Language often had very clear ideas about the importance of meaning and the need for the study of it. It was not a subject which proved very easy to study. To begin with, there existed numerous preconceptions and false notions about the nature of meaning. There was also a tendency to identify words and things, to think that meanings were somehow concrete entities. Another was the attempt to see meaning in terms of behavioural stimulus and response, as in the theory of Bloomfield, But here also it is not possible to determine the meaning of a linguistic event only by observation of environment and behaviour. In the early part of this century, the idea of meaning was simplified as the relationship between words and things or as the use of language. When more sophisticated


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