Eco-thoughts in the Select Poetry from Northeast India: Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb

Eco-thoughts  in the Select  Poetry from Northeast India: Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb Greenhouse Gases  in the atmosphere have reached dangerous tipping point,    causing  dangerous climate change.  Climate  change experts warn us that we are already at risk   as carbon emissions have grown sharply since 2000,   having  grown at a rate of 3.5% per year.  As […]

Feminine voice in the Poetry from Nagaland Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb

Feminine voice in the Poetry from Nagaland Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb ‘Feminism’ is centred on the inequality in the  relationships of  sexes, leading to various forms, championing the identity of women  and their rights. It also  studies sexism, gender privilege, and the critical theories formulated by the male dominated literary field. Thus it aims at […]

Multiple Concerns in Monalisa Changkija’s Poetry : Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb

Multiple Concerns in Monalisa Changkija’s Poetry : Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb   Introduction   Following  the adage that a poet “is a man speaking to men… endowed with more lively sensibility, …who has a greater knowledge of human nature…delighting to contemplate similar volitions and passions as manifested in the goings-on of the Universe” (Wordsworth 171), in […]

“Subaltern Predicament in the recent Indian English Fiction: A Study of Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger and Vikram Swarup’s Slumdog Millionaire” : Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb

   “Subaltern Predicament in the recent Indian English Fiction: A Study of  Aravind  Adiga’s The White Tiger and Vikram Swarup’s Slumdog Millionaire” : Prof.  AJ Sebastian sdb  Introduction         Subaltern concerns have been  quite  aptly  portrayed  in some of the recent Indian English fiction  with reference to  those groups that have been   subordinated in manifold […]

Insecurity and loneliness in marriage – Assessing Manju Kapur’s The Immigrant : Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb

 Insecurity and loneliness in marriage – Assessing Manju Kapur’s The Immigrant : Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb It is assumed that in most cases, after marriage the bond between the couples get strengthened in course of time, as they spend time in each other’s company. There is greater and closer understanding of each one’s feelings and […]

Probing Relationships in Jayanta Mahapatra’s Selected Short Stories: Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb

 Probing Relationships in   Jayanta Mahapatra’s Selected Short Stories: Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb Though known for his great poetry replete with symbolism and imagery, Jayanta Mahapatra as a writer is preoccupied with projecting cultural  and human values.   In an interview   he is  recorded to have said: “Write whatever you feel, feel from your heart, from your inside. […]

Betrayal and Remorse in Tania James’ “Atlas of Unknowns” : Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb

Betrayal and  Remorse in  Tania James’  “Atlas of Unknowns” : Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb   Abstract: This paper is a close reading of  the story of  Linno and Anju, two Syrian Christian sisters from Kerala, India, who live through the agony of betrayal, climaxing in the ecstasy of reconciliation. Anju outsmarts her elder sister Linno, who […]

Immortality through Nature in Temsula Ao’s “Laburnum for My Head” : Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb

Immortality  through Nature in Temsula Ao’s “Laburnum for My Head” : Prof. AJ Sebastian sdb         Padma Shree Temsula Ao,   poet and fictionist from   Northeast India, in her  latest collection of short stories entitled Laburnum for My Head, examines various aspects of    human condition in   interpersonal relationships. In the title story of the […]