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The journal is a platform where the possibility of bringing the intrinsic reverberations extracting its throbs from the milieu all around to the extent of maximum potency is uncompromisingly materialized. The journal gives an open firmament to the ideational maxims feasible to uplift the literary sensibility and anthropological acumen of the world we inhabit and endeavor at cementing the unflinching edifice for it. The journal, thus, publishes critically examined and scholarly wrought out writings, interviews, book reviews on literatures emerged or emerging from across the globe.The quality consciousness is of the prime significance this journal takes supremely cognizance of and works on fully open access philosophy.

Articles

Ananya Nanda
ORALITY, ORAL TRADITIONS AND KABIR

Deepshikha Mahanta Bortamuly
TEJIMOLA, CINDERELLA AND KATNISS:
THE CONTRASTIN THE SUBALTERN CHANGE OF STATUS

Dishpreet Kaur Saluja
DISENTANGLING WINTERSON’S SEXING THE CHERRY

Divyajyoti Singh, Phool Kumar Malik
REPRESENTATION OF INDIGENOUS FOLK IN THE ERA OF ‘POSTTRUTH’
POLITICS: WITH REFERENCE TO NATIVE COMMUNITIES
AND CASTE-DYNAMICS IN HARYANA

Fathima Raj Kilimas
A LOOK INTO THE ABYSS IN THE LIGHT OF “IN SEARCH” –
DISCOVERING THE MYSTERY OF LIFE

Jyoti Kulshrestha
A WITCHCRAFT AND THE GOTHIC: AN EXPLORATION OF THE
SUPERNATURAL IN MRS. GASKELL’S SHORT STORIES

Kamaldeep Kaur and SimranPreet Kaur
INTERTEXTUALITY AND HINDI CINEMA: TRACING THE CORPUS OF
CELLULOID DALIT NARRATIVES

Kumari Priti
FOURTH WORLD AND ITS REFLECTION IN MAHASWETA DEVI’SFOLKLORIC FICTION THE BOOK OF THEHUNTER

Parmod Kumar
FOLKLORE, HISTORIOGRAPHY AND THE REPRESENTATION OF MARGINS: REFLECTIONS ON LAXMAN GAIKWAD’S THE BRANDED

Ravi Prakash Dubey and Pinak Sankar Bhattacharya
THE LOSS OF THE AESTHETIC PROPERTIES IN THE MOVIE ADAPTATION
OF R. K. NARAYAN’S THE GUIDE (1968)

S. Malathi
FEMINIST IDEOLOGY IN MARGARET ATWOOD’S NOVEL
OF SURFACING

Saloni
THE ORAL TRADITION OF GATKA

Santosh Kanwar Shekhawat
PHAD : THE VISUAL ORAL NARRATIVE OF RAJASTHAN

Shaik Fareeda
CONTEMPORARY MODERN FICTION INTO FILM ADAPTATION

Sheeba Zafar
PUNJABI FOLKLORE “BALLAD”

Vineet Kaul
FROM ORAL TRADITION TO ELECTRONIC LITERATURE