The Ad Litteram Journal

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Ad Litteram

An English Journal of International Literati
(A Double Blind Peer-Reviewed Open Access Refereed Annual e-Journal)

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Second Edition December 2017 – Volume 2

About the Journal
The Board
Concept Note


1. Mythofiction as Voice of the Defeated with special reference to Anand Neelakantan’s Asura, Ajaya and Rise of Kali and Kavita Kane’s Lanka’s Princess
Adrita Bhattacharje
2. Resistance and Reversal of Role: Examining “Shikaar” through the lens of Eco-feminism
Anita Goswami
3. Transcending the Self through Shadows: A Psychological Study Of Pesum Padam or Pushpak
Avishek Deb
4. Resistance against Conformity: A Psychoanalytical Study of Sylvia Plath’s Confessional Poetry with special reference to “Daddy” and “Cut"
Mariam Sami
5. Voices of Resistance and Expression of Love in the Works of Amrita Pritam
Mini Gill
6. Joothan: A Dissent on Hindu Religious Doctrine
Prachand Narayan Piraji and Finitha Jose
7. A Tale of Resistance in Latin America
Priyanchal Khatana
8. Anita Desai: Reading the Other Way
Shyam Ji
9. The Linguistic “Otherness” of a Diaspora: A Study of Jhumpa Lahiri’s In Other Words
10. Thinking beyond the World: An Eco-post Humanist Approach to Atwood’s Oryx and Crake
Yogeshwar Dwivedi
11. I am, A Change is at Hand, Mansoon
Akshat Shukla
12. You in Me, The Bird in the Cage, Stand Alone
Deepshikha Dixit
13. Man and Wife, India and the White Woman
Divyajyoti Singh
14. The Custard Apple Basket (A Narrative Poem)
M. Venkata Reddy
15. Bindi
Priyanka Panwar
16. What Kind of Change is This? We are grown ups
Purbasa Banerjee
17. A Mother’s Plea
Shruti Sonal
18. When You Don’t Fit Anywhere
Purbasa Banerjee
19. The Mighty Amar Singh Rathor
M. Venkata Reddy
20. B. Prasad’s An Introduction to English Criticism
Basavaraju N
21. George Alfred Henty’s With Kitchener in the Soudan – A Story of Atbara and Omdurman
22. Francesca Orsini & Catherine Butler Schofield’s Tellings and Texts: Music, Literature and Performance in North India
Sanjay Verma
23. Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Clothing of Books