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An International Peer Reviewed Online Journal of Language, Literature and Critical Theory

What cannot be said above all must not be silenced but written.

― Jacques Derrida



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VOL. 3, ISSUE 1, JANUARY 2021


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1Cover PageDownload
2Contents Download
3All Dolled Up: Anne Sexton’s “Self in 1958” Drafts as a Tool for Exploring EatingDisorders in Mid-Century America & in Sexton’s Personal LifeJessica MehtaResearch ArticleDownload
4How much does it cost to fix your smile? (An Essay on the Theory of Comedy)P. Prayer Elmo RajResearch Article Download
5Dipak Giri, Perspectives on Indian Dalit Literature: Critical Responses, Booksclinic Publishing, 2020, pp. 270. Priyadarshini ChakrabartiBook ReviewDownload
6Jayanthi Sankar, Misplaced Heads, Zero Degree Publishers, 2020, pp. 489.Revathy SivasubramaniamBook ReviewDownload
7Forest Edward WellsShort FictionDownload
8HISS... Srija Nandini. M Short FictionDownload
9Blood is the Colour Payal Priya PoemDownload
10DeathD. Monika PoemDownload
11A Newly Sprouted SeedArshad KhanPoemDownload
12Speaking SilenceP. MalathyPoemDownload
13Totem’s SanctumM. ElamaranPoemDownload
14I have met you before, Haven’t I?Bijoyini MayaPoemDownload
15It’s Good to Be Alive Today Hedal Mary FrancisPoemDownload
16List of ContributorsDownload