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Transnational Identity in Unaccustomed Earth: A Study of Jhumpa Lahiri’s and Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’s Short Fictions
This paper intends to examine transnational identity of first- and second-generation Indian diasporic and/or transnational subjects through the portrayal of protagonists in Jhumpa Lahiri’s and Chitra
A colonial by acquisition: ambivalent subjectivity in Agnes Keith's Land Below the Wind
This article analyses the representation of the colonial British in Land Below the Wind (1939), an autobiographical travelogue by Agnes Newton Keith, the American wife of a British colonial officer
Pre-9/11 Politics of Islamophobia and Hanif Kureishi’s The Black Album (1995)
The rising tide of Islamophobia and the consequent acts of violence pertaining to it over the past couple of years, is inflicting misery on Muslims living across the globe. This situation calls for a
An Imperial or a Personal Legacy?: The Rivalry of W. E. Maxwell and F. A. Swettenham in British Malaya
This paper draws together and evaluates a number of historical events that took place during the early period of British rule in Malaya, especially those involving the official duties and the
Agnes Keith’s Land Below the Wind (1939) is an autobiographical semi-fictional novel written based on her life in Sandakan, North Borneo. It provides a detailed account of her joyful—but at times
Maternal Health In Colonial And Sacred Narrative 1940s To 2017 Sabah
This study seeks to explore the elements of folk beliefs / sacred narrative in the process of childbirth: before, during and after practiced by the communities of Murut and Bajau Laut in Sabah.
Identity Recognition as a Tragic Flaw in King Lear by William Shakespeare: Application of Hegel’s Master-Slave Dialectic
According to several theories of recognition it has been established that an individual counts on the feedback of another to seek identity recognition. According to G.W.F. Hegel (1977) the identity