Browsed by
Category: Literature

Sadri Language of North Bengal in Crisis: A Thunderclap in Language Diversity ?>

Sadri Language of North Bengal in Crisis: A Thunderclap in Language Diversity

Debabrata Debnath Abstract: Language is the most important communicative tool. The Sadri language is an important tool of communication among the tea labourers of North Bengal. The present study focuses on present situations of the Sadri language in Sadri affected area of North Bengal. The findings show some important issues related to the Sadri language in North Bengal, which are to be noticed that there are various developmental problems such as lack of education through this language, there are no…

Read More Read More

Role of Jibran Khalil Jibran as a Mahjar Writer in Arabic Literature ?>

Role of Jibran Khalil Jibran as a Mahjar Writer in Arabic Literature

Md.Forhad Ali Abstract: The Arabic Word Al-Mahjar means migration which was the first Arab-American literary group was formed for the first time by NesibArida and Abdul Masih Haddad in 1915 in the history of Arabic literature and it reformed in the year 1920 by a group of Arab writers in New York under the president of Jibran Khalil Jibran who was working since 1911. After Jibran’s death in 1931 “The Pen Association” was dissolved. Jibran saw himself reach a peak…

Read More Read More

Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children: A Unique Amalgamation of Christianity, Hinduism & Islam ?>

Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children: A Unique Amalgamation of Christianity, Hinduism & Islam

Sofior Rahman Pramanik Abstract: Salman Rushdie, the famous as well as notorious writer won the prestigious Booker Mc Connell Prize in 1981 for his second novel Midnight’s Children (1980). The novel was well received both in India & abroad with enthusiastic & almost unanimous acclaim not only by ordinary readers but also by literary critics as well. The reasons behind this popularity are the religious controversies over The Satanic Verses. The religion also made a powerful impact on Midnight’s Children….

Read More Read More

Socio-Cultural Conflicts in the Short-Stories of Mulkraj Aanand ?>

Socio-Cultural Conflicts in the Short-Stories of Mulkraj Aanand

Apurba Kumar Roy Abstract: Mulk Raj Anand is undoubtedly one of the most outstanding writers of Indo-Anglian fiction. He was a past master in sketching the social and cultural conflicts present in the social fabric in which the downtrodden people live in India. In his novels the themes which Anand specifically deals with are social awareness, the evils of feudalistic social set up, exploitation of women in the society of downtrodden classes, etc. If we look at conflicts in general,…

Read More Read More

Democracy in Whiman’s ‘Song of Myself’ ?>

Democracy in Whiman’s ‘Song of Myself’

Md. Nurul Hassan Abstract: Walt Whitman (1819-1892) is a democratic poet. His democratic tone is found in the collection ‘The Leaves of Grass’. In the poem Song of Myself’ walt Whitman sings of America herself. Here, the poet gives a panoramic view of America scene as well as expresses those ideals which make Americanness. The poet addresses himself as an American and so the poem really is ‘the epic of America’, the song of America’ and the ‘Bible of Democracy’….

Read More Read More

An Analytical View on the Themes of Dubliners ?>

An Analytical View on the Themes of Dubliners

Bhuyashi Pathak Abstract: James Joyce’s “Dubliners” published in 1914 comprising fifteen short stories exhibit the innovative skill of the writer. This collection was written at the time of the grim stagnation and paralysis connected with Irish Nationalist Movement, which sought cultural, political and economic liberation from the clutches of Great Britain. The stories centre round the characters of lower middle class – shopkeepers, tradesman, clerks, swindlers, bank officials, salesman etc. Dublin is presented as a prison in which characters are…

Read More Read More

Jibran Khalil Jibran as a philosopher in Arabic Literature ?>

Jibran Khalil Jibran as a philosopher in Arabic Literature

Md. Forhad Ali Abstract: This research paper signifies a study of Jibran Khalil Jibran as a philosopher. He was an outstanding poet, philosopher and artist in Arabic literature who was born in Lebanon. He primarily was a thinker addressing himself to the study of his philosophy Thereafter he had been able to establish the thought and well defined theory of love, nature, etc. He was also a good poet and a student of philosophy who found himself more concerned with…

Read More Read More

Ideological Conflicts in Shakespearean Tragedy A Study ?>

Ideological Conflicts in Shakespearean Tragedy A Study

Nirmal Chandra Bhoi Raghu Dev Das Abstract: Shakespearean plays bear ample testimony to the fact that he did have an ideological position which evolves over the years with its own contradictions. Many academic critics tend to miss this point for one reason or other. In modern Shakespearean criticism it has been held that Shakespeare affirmed and celebrated the virtues of traditional social and ideological order by testing their validity against the failing, frustration and crimes of psychopaths. Yet, he saw…

Read More Read More

Development of Indo-Arabic Literature and the Contribution of Dr. Sayeedur Rahman al–A’zmi al-Nadwi in “al-Ba’s al-Islami” ?>

Development of Indo-Arabic Literature and the Contribution of Dr. Sayeedur Rahman al–A’zmi al-Nadwi in “al-Ba’s al-Islami”

Daisy Ahmed Abstract: This paper is a humble attempt to throw light upon the development of Indo-Arabic literature and the contribution of Dr. Syeedur Rahman Al-A’zmi Al-Nadwi in ‘Al-Ba’s Al-Islami. It also focuses the light in detail on the importance of Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulema. Nadwi was planned from the earliest to pursue a balanced and moderate course, its founders were suspicious of extremism, both ancient and modern. Nadwi was designed, fundamentally to strive towards a synthesis of the old…

Read More Read More

The Treatment of Love and Lust in Kamala Das’s Poetry ?>

The Treatment of Love and Lust in Kamala Das’s Poetry

Md Abdus Sattar Abstract: Love and lust are the universal phenomena in the process of procreation in human life. The unification of two souls into one is the fore-point in marriage life. Instead of receiving hearty treatment, Kamala Das experienced a pretension in love from her husband side both physically and mentally that is what she tries to universalize through her poems. Her poems concerning with love and lust vindicate the message to the male community to treat the mother…

Read More Read More