Articles

List of Critical Articles and Research Papers of Dr Vivekanand Jha published in various  Referred Journals and Anthologies:

  1.  The Theme of Women and Sex in the Poetry of Jayanta Mahapatra.
  2.  Brainchild of Rushdie: Midnight’s Children.
  3. Significance of the Stone in the Poetry of Jayanta Mahapatra.
  4.  A Glimpse of Colonial India: Sea of Poppies by Amitav Ghosh.
  5. Archetype of Indian Womanhood: Kamala Markandaya’s Nectar in a Sieve.
  6. Embodiment of Identity and Hybridity: Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children.
  7. The Theme of Ethics and Identity in the Poetry of Jayanta Mahapatra.
  8. The Working of Minority and Marginality Psyche in the Poetry of Jayanta Mahapatra
  9. Feminism in the poetry of Jayanta Mahapatra
  10. Emergence from Emergency: Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children.
  11. Brutal Frankness of Feminism: The Poetry of Kamala Das.
  12. Discrimination of Class and Gender: Mahesh Dattani’s Tara.
  13. A Drama of Disabilities: Mahesh Dattani’s Tara.
  14. Major Characterization in Amitav Ghosh’s River of Smoke.
  15. Elements of love and sensuality in Amitav Ghosh’s  River of Smoke.
  16. Dominant Imageries in Amitav Ghosh’s River of Smoke.
  17. Homespun wisdom and axiomatic aspects in Amitav Ghosh’s River of Smoke.
  18. A Downpour of Rain in the Poetry of Jayanta Mahapatra.
  19. R K Narayan’s Novel, The Guide: A Reminisce.
  20. Rupa Bajwa’s The Shari Shop: A Typical Tale of Contemporary Urban Society.
  21. The Novelty of Diction in Rupa Bajwa’s The Sari Shop.
  22. Incessant Imageries and Revealing Facts in Kiran Desai’s The Inheritance of Loss.
  23. Elements of Race and Violence in Kiran Desai’s The inheritance of Loss.
  24. An Emblem of Eccentricity: Judge in Kiran Desai’s The inheritance of Loss.


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