Journal RE-MARKINGS (Agra, India), Sept 07 issue

Now available is the Sept 2007 number (Vol. 6, No 2) of the journal RE-MARKINGS
(Agra, India – ISSN 0972-611X). The Chief Editor is Dr Nibir K. Ghosh.

For further information, please email Dr Ghosh at:
or visit the journal’s site at:

Passage to America : The Indian Movie Goes Global – Jonah Raskin

  Indian Diaspora and the Constituency of Dissent – Shanker Dutt

  The Tyranny of the Tangible: An Analysis of Othello – Shernavaz Buhariwala

  This Violet and that Violet: From Fragmentation to Wholeness in Jazz – Soophia Ahmad

  Indian Thinking: Post-Modernism and Beyond – Sunita Mishra & C. Muralikrishna

  Historical Criticism and Edmund Wilson – V. Premlata

  Sri Aurobindo’s Criticism: An Evaluation – Pramendra Kumar Pandey

  Partition in Sindhi Fiction – Neena Arora

  Locating Cultural Space: Dom Moraes’s “John Nobody” and Nissim Ezekiel’s “Background, Casually” – Sandeep Kumar Yadav

    Chinua Achebe and the African Oral Tradition – Ranjana Mehrotra

 Between Sita and Draupadi: Search for Identity in Pratibha Ray’s Yajnaseni: The Story of Draupadi – Saroj Thakur & Aushima  Thakur

  Polyphony in R.K. Narayan’s The World of Nagaraj – Nityananda Pattanayak

  Inside and Beyond the Veil: The Poetry of Imtiaz Dharker – R.K. Bhushan

  Reclaiming the Self through Creative Writing: A Study of  Shashi Deshpande’s That Long Silence – Sunita Goel

  Displacement in Amitav Ghosh’s The Circle of Reason – Nagini Ram

  Book Review: Quixotic Encounters: Indian Responses to the Knight from Spain  by Shyama P. Ganguly – reviewed by Christopher Rollason

(NB: my review is also on-line at:

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