Crossings: Volume 7 (2016)

Crossings: Volume 7 (2016)



Front Matter


Editorial Note


Occasional Papers


Ravished Angels: the Memsahib in 1857 Mutiny Fiction
Chaiti Mitra


No Sushi Recipe for a Japanese Story: Japanese Authors in Review
Tirna Ray


Sonnets of Shakespeare: A New Evaluation
Joe Winter


Literature and Cultural Studies


Subversion or Subservience? The Remains of the Empire in Nigeria
Farhana Zareen Bashar


Satyajit Ray’s Ganashatru: An Intersemiotic Translation of Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People
Anik Biswas


Conflict between the Individual and Society in The Scarlet Letter
Leema Sen Gupta


Text and Context: Ginsberg along the Jessore Road in 1971
A. B. M. Monirul Huq and Md. Firoz Mahmud Ahsan


(Re)tracing Resistance from a Culture of Silence:An Alternate Reading of the ‘Jele’ (fishing) Community
Khandakar Ashraful Islam


Madness and Lack of Autonomy: A Close Reading of Mary’s Gradual Mental Disorientation in Doris Lessing’s The Grass is Singing
Sonika Islam


Trauma, Resistance, Survival: Linda Hogan’s Mean Spirit
Munasir Kamal


Magic for Medical Healing in Igbo Society: Ogwugwo in Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart
Hossain Al Mamun


Do I Dare … Disturb the Fan(atic)?: A Sociopsychological Study on Sports Fanaticism, Identity Formation, and the Making of a Fan
Mohammed Mizanur Rashid


Reading the Language of Children in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things
Zakiyah Tasnim


The Effects of Inescapable Memories in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Lowland
Sharjita Yeasmin


Reading Baraka against the Grain
Hasan Al Zayed


Language and Applied Linguistics


ELT: An Overall Insight into the Paradigm Shift in Teaching-Learning Condition in Bangladesh
Rumana Amin


Impact of Studying Abroad on English Language Teachers at University Level in Bangladesh
Rumana Hossain


Preferences and Problems in Feedback Techniques of Bangladeshi Tertiary Level Students
Munzerin Mohiuddin and Asifa Sultana


Speaking Anxiety and Learner’s Own Variety of English
Shafinaz Sikder and Mohammad Mahmudul Haque


Book Reviews


An Epistemological Paradox: How Best to Understand Bangladesh?
Manzoorul Abedin


New Lines in Bangladeshi Writing in English: The Poetry of Shamsad Mortuza
Subir Dhar and Tapu Biswas


Go Set a Watchman: A Reflection of the Present
Sohana Manzoor


Note to Contributors


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