Notions Vol V No.2 2014

  1. Sense and Sensibility in Sons and Lovers – Andleep Parvez Bharti, Dr.Bonani Misra

  2. Celebration of Race in Langstion Hughes’s Poetry – Dr. K. Muthuraman, A Anitha

  3. Glimpses of Psychological Scandle in the God of Small Things – Dr.Karthikkumar

  4. Indentity Motifs Shashi Deshpande’s Roots And Shadows – K. Kumar Ashok, K Rajaraman

  5. Bharti Mukherjee ‘s Jasmine – A Multicultural Novel –V. Rajarajeswari

  6. Examining Chetan Bhagat , A Youth Icon who Formed A Niche of Himeselef in Indo English Fiction – Subha Lanke

  7. A Critique of Polygenesis in Bharti Mukherjee’s Jasmine – Dr. I. Mary Praba Felicita

  8. Plato: Philosophy and Imitation – Mohin Mohammad

  9. Diaspora Indian Writer and Exile Literature : V. S. NaiPaul’s A House for Mr. Biswas – Mrs. Nitasha Grewal

  10. Mark Twain and Ernesthemingway : Both are Realistic Painters of Life – Pragya Sinha

  11. Treatment of Women in Shobha De ‘s Sisters – M. Premalatha, Dr. T. Deivasigamani

  12. Quest for Freedom in Walker Precy ‘s The Movieger – M. Vijayaganth , Dr. Sharmila K.N.

  13. Re- Examining Women Suffering Kamala Markandaya‘s Novel Nectar in A Sieve – D. Rajya Lakshmi

  14. Quo Vadis- Indian Diasporicliterature – Dr. (Mrs.) Rana Rashmi

  15. Reconstructing Feminine Indentity : A Lesbian Feminist Perspective of ManjuKapur ‘s A Married Woman – R. Saradha, Dr. Mrs. N. Velmani

  16. Impression on Sarika Mukesh’s ‘Shabdo ke Pul’ – Dr. Neelaanjana Pathak, Dr. Sarika Tyagi

  17. The World of Sensualism in Robin S Nagangom ‘s The Desire of Roots – Dr. Lakhimai Mili, Yumnam Nirmala Devi

  18. Colonial Consciousness in Mulk Raj Anand ‘s Two Leaves and Bud- A Critique – Dr. S. Karthikkumar, V. K. Venkatalakshmi

  19. Chavittu Natakam : A Traditional Christian Theatre Text and its Analysis – P. Prahesh

  20. Portrayal of Women in Hindi Cenema – Gunjan  Sharma