Volume 3 Issue 2 August-September, 2022

New Literaria

Vol. 3 Issue 2
August- September 2022



The Cacophony of Songbirds- A Potpourri of Voices in the Birdsongs of Kazi Nazrul Islam’s Lyrics and English Romantic Poetry
Adrita Mukhopadhyay

The Silencing and Ostracization of Rohingyas: A Study of Habiburahman’s Memoir First, They Erased Our Name: A Rohingya Speaks
Ipsita Chakrabarty & Agnideepto Datta

The Defense of the Humanities in the Twenty-First Century: Communication in the Literary Laboratory with a Focus on the Verse Narratives by Heinrich Kaufringer
Albrecht Classen

The Messiah of Ogd: An Ode to Nonsense
Christie Rachel Saji

Revisiting Menace in Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance in the Covid-19 Era
Zied Khamari

The Sciences and the Humanities: Building a Bridge between the “Two Cultures” through Rhetoric
Arya Mohan S

The Lady in The Garden of Illusions: A Spinster’s Framed Authority in Rituparno Ghosh’s film, The Lady of the House
Gourab Singha

One and One-Half Friends: A Laingian Approach to Katherine Paterson’s Bridge to Terabithia
S. Leigh Ann Cowan

Modern Maharashtra: Mapping Colonial Rule, Caste Relations and The Significance of Subaltern Movements
Jondhale Rahul Hiraman

Voice of Victimized Child Narrative: A Study of Sylvia Fraser’s My Father’s House
R. Murugesan

Representation of Migrant Women Workers and their Negotiations with the Nation: A Study of Selected Sri Lankan English Fiction
Merinnage Nelani De Costa

Debunking the Power Structure of the Prevalent Western Logic: Interpreting Bob Dylan through the Lens of Derridean Philosophies
Sanghamitra Ghatak

Conflict and Anguish in an Alien Land: How Feminine Writers Cope with Migration
Sandal Bhardwaj

“Persistence of Horror”: An Overview of Texts on Post apocalyptic World Order
Sayan Mukherjee

Ecocritical Post Colonialism and Plantationocene: A Comparative Study of Sky Is My Father by Easterine Kire and Aranyak by Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay
Sindhura Dutta

Neocolonialism, Climate Change, and the Poor in the Himalayas: Examining ‘Intra-species Inequalities’ in Anuradha Roy’s “Drowning in Reverse” (2020)
Somasree Sarkar

Emancipating the Bracketed Self: Articulating Transcultural and Transnational Identity in Sunetra Gupta’s Memories of Rain
Mujaffar Hossain & Prasenjit Panda

Failing to Bury the Giant: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Violence in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Seventh Novel
Amalia Călinescu

Book Review

Lesson from Forest and Mountain (2020), Mahadev Toppo
Hare Krishna Kuiry

Memory of Light (2020) by Ruth Vanita
Nibedita Kuiry


Tanmoy Kundu is Assistant Professor and Head of the Department of English, Midnapore College (Autonomous), West Bengal. He has published four research articles and fourteen book chapters on Feminism, Popular Culture, Indian English Novel, and Indian English Drama in national and international journals and edited volumes. Besides English literature, he has a passion for Linguistics, Dalit Literature, and South Asian Literature. Mr. Kundu has been acting as a reviewer for peer-reviewed national-level journals like Advances Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, (a multi-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal). He has edited a book, Off the Line: Transgression and Its Representation in Literature and Culture (Atlantic Publishers, New Delhi) in 2019. His recent area of research is concerned with Dalit Studies, Street theatre.