Saturday, 8 March 2014

Forthcoming...Shortly Due for Launch

Mirrors and Lamps:Global Perspectives



Mirrors and Lamps: Global Perspectives, edited by Niobir K. Ghosh and A. Karunaker, brings together writers, academics and scholars from various parts of the world to discuss and deliberate on issues and concerns central to the human predicament through different times and climes. Be it the sphere of the racial dilemma, diasporic ambivalence or a simple but determined effort to negotiate domestic space, one cannot miss the resonant voice of change that emphatically articulates how “poetry” can and does make everything happen! The creative and critical renderings that appear in this collection may mirror the stark reality of calamities, conflicts and apocalypses but they also inspire us to believe that lamps of compassion, peace, harmony and brotherhood will ultimately dispel the darkness that surrounds us on all sides.

The book is undeniably enriched by Sundeep Arora's elegant cover graphics.


Mirrors and Lamps - Nibir K. Ghosh

The Enduring Kinship of Literature and Philosophy - Charles Johnson

Trust the Tale; Trust the Body: D.H. Lawrence Revisited - Jonah Raskin

Richard Wright: Beyond the Harlem Renaissance - Amritjit Singh

History, Morality, Characterization, and the Draft Riots: Peter Quinns Banished Children of Eve - James R. Giles

A Novel Advance in Morality: Rorty and Steinbeck - Richard E. Hart

Explaining the Ineffable - David Ray

Of Hyacinths and Biscuits: Reflections on Poetry - Shanta Acharya

Give to the World the Best You Have: Conversation with Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui - Sunita Rani & Nibir K. Ghosh

Yvor Winters: An Appreciation - Wanda H. Giles

Decentring the Centre: Narrative Strategies in Mehr Nigar Masroor’s Shadows of Time and Shauna Singh Baldwin’s What the Body Remembers - Seema Malik

“The Color Line: An Enduring Arbiter of Human Worth”: Conversation with Joseph Jordan - Nibir K. Ghosh

Creativity and Politics of Representation: Tribal Literature in Northeast India - Sukalpa Bhattacharjee
Partition:A Permanent Scar - Shekhar Varma

The Awakening: Ibsen’s A Doll’s House - Sohrab Sharma

“Why Are You Crying We Are Sisters”: Women Redefined - Seema Shekhar

Print Medium and Language: A Review of Learning Skills - Raichel M. Sylus

Moving Left to the Autobahn Blues (Short Story) - Michael Boylan

La Otra (Short Story) - Kathleen Alcalá

The Gifts (Poem) - Judy Ray

A Lie that Tells the Truth (Review Essay) - Sushil Gupta

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