Crossings: Volume 3 (2010-11)

Crossings: Volume 3 (2010-11)

Front Matter

Editorial Note


Tagore and Nazrul
Rafiqul Islam

The Longing for Freedom and the Reality of Bonding in the Plays of Tagore
Serajul Islam Chowdhury

Master of the Line: Art and Aesthetics of Rabindranath Tagore
Syed Manzoorul lslam

Pioneering a Tagore Revival: William Radice and Others
Kaiser Haq

An Idealist on the Lectern: Rabindranath Tagore’s Lectures and Speeches in English
Fakrul AIam

Tagore and Shakespeare: A Comparative Study of their Views of Daughters as Reflected in their Works
Mohit Ul Alam

The Restoration of Feminist Subjectivity in Henrik Ibsen and Rabindranath Tagore
Mohammad Shahidul Islam Chowdhury

Humanity in Tagore’s Short Stories
Abdullah Al Mamun


Bakha Dismissed by Untouchable or The Internal-Textual Dislocation: Notes on narrative text and its “Im-perfections”
Arun Gupto

Arundhati Roy: Writer or Activist’?
Nuzhat Amin

Gender Roles in Shakespeare’s Hamlet
Mah-E-Nur Qudsi Islam

Europeans on Kashmir: Translation as an Enabling Intervention
Rajyashree Khushu-Lahiri

The Notion of Eternal Return in Milan Kundera’s The Unbearable Lightness of Being
Shahnewaz Kabir

The Metamorphosis: A Tale of Two Metamorphoses?
Nasrin Islam

Projection of Women in Disgrace
Lucy Lurie: An Emblem of Resistance
Musarrat Shameem

Enigmatic Arrivals: A postcolonial analysis of Bangladeshi English literature
Asif Iqbal

Informative Travels: historicization. hybridity, and local determinism in Iyer’s Falling Off the Map, Seth’s From Heaven Lake, and Ghosh’s Dancing in Cambodia, at Large in Burma
Shakil Rabbi

Existentialism in Tree Without Roots
Md. Shafiul Alam Khan Chowdhury


Teachers’ Awareness and Current Practice of Communicative Activities in Bangladeshi Universities
Md. Shayeekh-Us-Saleheen

Use of the Thesaurus in the Creative Writing Classroom
Mehnaz Tazeen Choudhury

Opportunities and Challenges in Teaching ESP in Private University of Bangladesh
ATM Sajedul Huq

The effect of regional Bengali dialect on English pronunciation of Bangladeshi second language learners : a reflection
Md. Minhaj Ul Abedin

Effects of Imperialism and Cultural Hegemony on Learners of English as a Second or Foreign Language
Nadia Rahman

The effectiveness of the B.Ed. English syllabus: A textual analysis of the syllabus from a critical point of view
Nasreen Sultana

Book Reviews

Crossings: Stories From Bangladesh And India
Farida Sheikh

A doomed love, in a new language
Md. Rafiqul Islam

Postcolonial Study of Cameron’s Avatar
Md. Sadat Zaman Khan

English as a Global language
Khaled Bin Chowdhury

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