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Author NameTitleSub-TitleJournal NameYearVolumeIssuePage No.
Kamaluddin AhmedComparative Study of Ajit Barua and T.S. Eliot's PoetryNot AvailableAnvesan2011Not Available880-84
Banani ChakravartyA Sociolinguistic Studyu of the Interlingual Communication Pattern in the Genders of AsamNot AvailableAnvesan2011Not Available885-90
Pranjal Sharma BashisthaChallenging PatrianchyA Reading of Navaneeta Dev Sen's MediaAnvesan2011Not Available891-94
Kamaluddin AhmedImpact of Sufism on Assamee Literature and CultureNot AvailableAnvesan2014Not Available980-86
Taranee DekaColnial-type of Urbanism in Preindependence Assamese LiteratureA Discource on the Writings of Anandaram Dhekial PhukanAnvesan2014Not Available987-95
Banani ChakravartyPrinting FolkloreNegotiating with Traditional Forms of Communication in Colonial AssamAnvesan2014Not Available996-110
Pranjal Sharma BashisthaCentrality of Choice in Camus's The PlagueNot AvailableAnvesan2014Not Available9111-115
Malinee GoswamiSpoken Language as Treated by Anundoram BorooahNot AvailableAnvesan2015Not Available106-10
Kamaluddin AhmedRe-Imagining Realism in the Context of Assamese FictionNot AvailableAnvesan2015Not Available10104-110
Dipti Phukan PatgiriThe Kokborok Language of Tripura Not AvailableAnvesan2018Not Available1183-97
Oindrila GhoshProgenitor of Revolutionary Nationalism or Communal UneaseRevisiting AnandamathEnglish Forum20154Not Available4-13
Monica S. UdoetteRe-Reading Black Female Assertion and Authority in Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching GodNot AvailableEnglish Forum20154Not Available14-22
Bibhash ChoudhuryShakespeare’s Tragic Vision and the Nature of the IrreversibleNot AvailableEnglish Forum20154Not Available23-31
Banibrata MahantaLiterature and Human Rights in the Context of the ElderlyA Perspective from Indian English FictionEnglish Forum20154Not Available32-38
Binoy Bhushan AgarwalTo be a White and Male in the American South Negotiating Race and Gender in William Faulkner’s Dry SeptemberEnglish Forum20154Not Available39-50
Kamayani BishtThe Fantastic Women of FairylandThe Intersections of Sexism and Ageism in FairytalesEnglish Forum20154Not Available51-58
Sibendu ChakrabortyAdapting the Survival MythJack Davis’s Barungin as a Performative Discourse of the Urban Aboriginal Protest/ExistenceEnglish Forum20154Not Available59-78
Saswati SahaTranslating Primers, Translating KnowledgeReassessing Colonial Modernity through Translatorial Politics of VidyasagarEnglish Forum20154Not Available79-103
Pinaki Roy“DAMIT WIR NICHT VERGESSEN!”A Very Brief Survey of Select Holocaust PlaysEnglish Forum20154Not Available104-121
Abdul Mubid IslamReading ‘Body Politics’ in Wole Soyinka’s King BaabuNot AvailableEnglish Forum20154Not Available122-135