Notions Vol VIII No. 1 2017

  1. (562) The Bearings of Indian Aesthetics in Locating the East in T. S. Eliot’s Poem: The Waste Land- Dr. Randhir Singh Chowalta

  2. (563) Concealment as a Tool of Deception: An Analysis of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets – Sangeetha D.R.

  3. (564) A Look at The Ezekiel’s Poetry and His Indian – Sanjay Singh

  4. (565) Kamla Das : A Voice of Protest Against The ILL- Treatment given to Women in Indian Marriages.- Manju Rani

  5. (566) Dream, as a Thematic Study of Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s Sister of My Heart – V. B. Saktheeswar, Dr. N. Vijayasamundeeswari

  6. (567) A Comparative Study of T.S. Eliot’s Journey of the Magi and Alfred Tennyson’s Ulysses – Dr.S. T. Tamizh Selvi

  7. (568) Echoing Agonies in The Poems of Gauri Deshpande – Dr. Parul Tyagi, Sangeeta Gupta

  8. (569) POEMS – Manthena Damodara Chary

  9. (570) A Problem- Solving Approach to The Development of Intensive Reading – Dr. Rex Angelo

  10. (571) A Critical Analysis of Vikram Sethi ‘s an Equal Music-A Subhashini

  11. (572) Identity Crisis in Ishmael Reed’s Reckless Eyeballing – Dr. R. Krishnaveni

  12. (573) Great Expectation vs. Great Reality – Swati Thakur, Dr. Santosh Thakur

  13. (574) Man’s Inhumanity to Man: the Agonizing Cry – R. Surya, Dr. R. Suresh Kumar

  14. (575) Loss of Self-esteem in Kurt Vonnegut’s Player Piano – V. Balamurugan, Dr. D. Shanmugam

  15. (576) Mahasweta Devi : An Icon of Subalten Literature – Dr. Rex Angelo

  16. (577) Interrogating Family Relations Through Manju Kapur A Married Woman – Dr. S. J. Earnest

  17. (578) Indian Drama Has its Roots in Vedic Period! :  A Bird’s Eye View – Dr. S. J. Earnest

  18. (579) Re- Examing Women Suffering Through Kamala Markandaya‘s Nectar in A Sieve – Dr. Putla Ananda Rao

  19. (580) Exploring the Spectrum of Self – Removal in Mukherjee‘s Novel Wife – Dr. Putla Ananda Rao

  20. (581) Understanding Themes, Motifs and Myths Through Death of Salesman by Arthur Miller – Dr. Ch. Anuradha

  21. (582) Still ! A Cry in the Wilderness – Dr. Mrs. P. V. Anila

  22. (583) Dalit assertion and claiming selfhood in Joseph Macwan’s The Stepchild – Arun Singh Awana