Issue X | May ’14

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ISSUE IX | MAY ’14 | 3(2)

COVER PHOTOGRAPH: ABHINAV NARAYAN

 

I N T R O D U C T I O N

Introduction
Arup K Chatterjee (pp. 1-4)

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N O N F I C T I O N / E S S A Y

 

Mahabharata’s Spatial Politics and the Khandavadahana
Kanad Sinha (pp. 79-105)

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Geography Fabulous: Conrad and Ghosh
Padmini Mongia (pp. 106-16)

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Demystifying The Imperial Travel Gaze And Synchronizing The Borders: A Study of Vikram Seth’s From Heaven Lake
Pronami Bhattacharyya
(pp. 117-28)

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The Colonial Mission and the Travelling Gaze: Revisiting Mary Mead Clark’s A Corner in India
M. Tianla (pp. 129-52)

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Remapping the Male Road of Terror: Black Women’s Geography of Healing in Toni Morrison’s A Mercy
Majdah Aieh and Susan Deeb (pp. 153-78)

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P O E T R Y

 

Six Poems
Melina Draper (pp. 7-14)

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Two Poems
Rosie Garland (pp. 15-18)

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New York Tongues (I)
Annie Zaidi (pp. 19-28)

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Four Poems
Michael Berton (pp. 29-35)

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Three Poems
Pushpanjana Karmakar (pp. 36-42)

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Four Poems
J.D. DeHart (pp. 43-47)

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Five Poems
William Doreski (pp. 48-58)

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Five Poems
John Amen (pp. 59-67)

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Four Poems
Saima Afreen (pp. 68-72)

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Four Poems
Mohan Rana (pp. 73-77)

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C O N T R I B U T O R S

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