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All this comes before we move into a new year, 2017. The final issue for 2016 has come with a quality collection of research articles and essays from our contributors. Read these papers by clicking the title hints.

Happy Reading
The Ashvamegh Team

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(You will see full title of the papers once you click on them and go to the page)

Dr. M Vishnupriya:                         Paper on Soyinka’s Kongi Harvest

Prakash Babu Bodapati:               Paper on Globalization of English Language

Roohi Rachel D’cruze:                   Paper on The Domestic Maid by Anita Desai

Reeswav Chatterjee:           Paper on Mutual Reciprocal Effects on East & Western Plays

Dr. A. Rajalakshmi:                        Paper on Bharati Mukherjee’s “Wife”

A Harisankar:                                 Paper on Pierce’s Boys Don’t Cry               


Gautam Dhanokar:                                  Sound and Fury