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MA in English Language and Literature

MA in English Language and Literature

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  • Karim, Raisa (East West University, 2016-06-21)
    This paper scrutinizes the selected poems of Kamala Das and Maya Angelou from the point of view of what Simone De Beauvoir has depicted in her masterpiece The Second Sex. Analyzing both of the authors and the critic, this ...
  • Any, Jakiya Sultana (East West University, 2016-06-20)
    This paper examines postcolonial ecofeminism in Kamala Markandaya’s Nectar in a Sieve and Toni Morison’s The Bluest Eye. Nowadays, ecofeminism is considered as one of the major disciplines in literature due to its active ...
  • Karim, Raisa (East West University, 2016-06-30)
    This paper scrutinizes the selected poems of Kamala Das and Maya Angelou from the point of view of what Simone De Beauvoir has depicted in her masterpiece The Second Sex. Analyzing both of the authors and the critic, this ...
  • Nafi, S.M. (East West University, 2016-01-25)
    The Unbearable Lightness of Being, a philosophical romantic novel by Milan Kundera demands a thorough investigation on the theme of love that Kundera tries to depict to his readers. However, this multidimensional, existential, ...
  • Begum, Tapader Fatema (East West University, 2014-09-11)
    Canadian author Alice Munro is known as the ―master of contemporary the short story‖ (Wikipedia). She is the creator of contemporary short stories and has changed the definition of short story. Known as ―Canadian Chekhov‖ ...
  • Islam, Azharul (East West University, 2014-04-05)
    The arrival of Pinter (1930-2008), as a dramatist, revolutionized the theatre world of the 20th century. He belongs to the postwar decades when British society was undergoing a major transformation both in the political ...
  • Islam, Jesica (East West University, 2014-08-12)
    Gloria Anzaldua in her book Borderlands, talks about spirits, multiple voices and hybrid identity. She also talks about community, love, sharing and nurturing. Only people who share her mental space and history of oppression ...
  • Sultana, Nigar (East West University, 2010-12-24)
    Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell is a complex novel narrating six different stories of six different characters living in different times in different parts of the globe. What makes the novel even more dazzlingly interesting ...
  • Billah, Md. Masum (East West University, 2013-04-16)
    Storytelling has occupied an important place through time in cultures across the globe and, in each, has attained an important conduit of expression of their integrated socio-cultural ethos (Mitra 2007: 77). Bruner (1990) ...
  • Sultana, Rajia (East West University, 2012-06-12)
    This dissertation studies Esperanza Cordero’s search for a “self” that would establish herself as a writer. In her quest she found that she had to take some revolutionary steps to reach her goal. At the same time, she also ...
  • Samadi, Rownak Jahan (East West University, 2012-02-07)
    What does it actually feel when we hear the word ‘Rock’ and how is it really perceived when we listen to the ‘rock music’? The matter of fact is that as a genre of popular music, rock music has always been most fascinating ...
  • Alam, Nasih Ul Wadud (East West University, 2012-11-21)
    Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines, published in 1988, is a political novel that focuses mostly on nationalism, the meaninglessness of partition and the 1964 communal riots which occurred in Calcutta, Dhaka and Khulna. This ...
  • Akter, Sabrina (East West University, 2011-12-12)
    Possession: A Romance (1990), by A.S.Byatt, is indeed a romance, but also a mystery, a satire, a detective story and a fairy tale, a novel about English Departments and both a historical and contemporary work of fiction. ...
  • Alam, Nasih Ul Wadud (East West University, 2012-11-21)
    Amitav Ghosh’s The Shadow Lines, published in 1988, is a political novel that focuses mostly on nationalism, the meaninglessness of partition and the 1964 communal riots which occurred in Calcutta, Dhaka and Khulna. This ...
  • Zaman, Shammi (East West University, 2011-04-17)
    In this research the researcher is trying to show how the English Medium Schools impede the development of the country. The research sites were located at ten English Medium Schools in Dhaka city. The research objectives ...
  • Matin, Walima (East West University, 2011-10-30)
    “A little black girl yearns for the blue eyes of a little white girl, and the horror at the heart of her yearning is exceeded only by the evil of fulfillment (Morrison,1970,1994:162) This extract has been taken from Toni ...
  • Hasan, Mohammad Mahmudul (East West University, 2011-08-23)
    In Bangladesh a number of foreign languages like Arabic, French, Japanese, Persian, etc. are used for various purposes. Besides, for a number of reasons only one foreign language i.e., English is taught as a compulsory ...
  • Rahman, Muhammad Shafiqur (East West University, 2011-09-15)
    A translator attempting translations from one language to another is confronted with many linguistic and cultural problems, which he or she needs to tackle effectively. Both linguistic and cultural factors can cause problems ...
  • Choudhury, Tahmina Akter (East West University, 2011-08-07)
    Inclusion of the common people through introducing simple language that represents the ordinary life style of the marginalized, ignored as well as deprived section of the society in the late 18th century and early 19th ...
  • Habib, Sadia (East West University, 2011-12-12)
    Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness is a magnum opus of twentieth century literary studies. No longer confined to the category of modern literature the novel has become a source of versatile criticism. After Achebe’s indictment ...

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