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Texture : A Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

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Texture, 2017, July, Volume 1, Issue 1
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What Does Young South Asia Want? Can Chetan Bhagat, Mohsin Hamid, and Arundhati Roy tell us? John C. Hawley View Full
Ecological Predicaments in Niaz Zaman’s The Baromashi Tapes.           Chitra Sankaran View Full
“Lost in Translation”? - Identity, Migration and (Trans) Nationalism in Anita Desai’s Bye-Bye Blackbird.    Dr Anna Clarke, FHEA View Full
Richard Powers and the Post-Postmodern Novel of Ideas: Part 1: The First Four Novels.   Martin Kich View Full
W. Somerset Maugham: The Man and the Writer A New Perspective.                                 Kamal K Roy View Full
“DeHaadi Friendship & Beyond: Collapsing Our World and Theirs”.  Bryan Hull View Full
Love, Death and the Satirical Purpose: Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and EvelynWaugh’s The Loved One.     Gillian Dooley View Full
The Body that Writes: Rape and Resistance of Lavinia in Titus Andronicus.                      Arnab Baul View Full
Texture, 2018, January, Volume 2, Issue 1
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A Fanonian Summer
Claire Chambers .
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Jean-Luc Nancy and Oscar Wao: Singular Plurality and Wondrous Writing.   
Ana Luszczynska
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Richard Powers and the Post-Postmodern Novel of Ideas Part 2: The Middle Novels.  
Martin Kich
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“The One and the Many”
A Mystical Reading of Of Human Bondage.                                 Kamal K Roy
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Viral Dimensions of Apartheid: Dramatic Representation of the Undying
Ghost of Human Oppression and Alienation across Spaces. 
Liwhu Betiang
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BOOK REVIEW:
Neel Mukherjee, In a State of Freedom, Vintage Publishing, 2017.
Alessandro Vescovi
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Texture, 2018, July, Volume 2, Issue 2
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Badiou pro Wagner
  Andrew Gibson
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W. Somerset Maugham and Mysticism
Kamal K Roy
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The Aesthetics of History  
Alun Munslow
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The Modern Sonnet: W.H. Auden, Philip Larkin, and Elizabeth Jennings
Stephen Regan
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Nostalgia for the Empire British nationalism in the spatial representation of colonial India in contemporary romantic novels
Manasi Gopalakrishnan

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