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Very carefully, we have picked some of the best papers for publication in our August 2016 issue. These papers deal with the current and eternal issues in literature and language. Other than the research articles, we have also published some of the essays that have been submitted to us. These essays will throw light on specific issues they deal with. We hope you will like reading and sharing our collection for the issue XIX. You can download the papers as a volume, containing the collection of papers together. To read online individual papers, please go through the papers by clicking the links. Download the papers in a volume by clicking the button below:

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P A Steward:                                                 Religious Faith in the Victorian Age

Pratap Kumar Dash:                                    The Rhetoric of Non-fiction

Komal Yadav:                                                Urdu Language in In Custody by Anita Desai

Shradha Ashapure:                                      Realistic Optimism in Robert Frost

Shobia R:                                                        Female Bildungsroman in The House on The Mango Street & Looking for Alibrandi

Jyoti Gajbhiye:                                               How Hindi Changed in Modern India

Dr. Shiva Mahzavi:                                        The Images of Women in Eliot’s Confidential Clerk

Sowmya T G:                                                 Feminist Outlook in That Long Silence

Dr. Pankaj Kumari:                                       Post Feminist Analysis of Final Solutions

J Britto Jenobia:                                             Psychological Interpretation in Don DeLillo’s Libra

K. Sirisha:                                                       Diasporic Elements in Bye Bye Black Bird

Dr. A. Mohamed Mohideen:                      Existential Problems & Self Delusion in The Foreigner by Arun Joshi 

K. Bhuvaneswari:                                          Feministic Perspective in Anita Nair’s Ladies Coupe


Sonali Raj:                                              A Philosophical Investigation of Finer Art

Malay R Patel:                                       Towards Creating Liberal Minds in India