January 2021 – Vol 3, Issue 1

 
 

A Feministic Perspective of Suppression of Women in Anita Nair’s Ladies Coupé

Dr.C. Chellappan, Guest Faculty of English, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai.
Dr. V. Nagarajan, Associate Professor and Head, Department of English, Alagappa Government Arts College, Karaikudi.


Abstract

From the antiquated to the cutting edge times, it is apparent that concealment of ladies wins in practically all developments and societies. In a man centric culture like India, it is the basic generalization that hampers the lives of ladies. Women are prone to male pettiness, female youngster sexual maltreatment, assault, assault, life accomplice savagery, lesbianism and female foeticide. Nair composes what she happens to see and hear through every last bit of her characters that draw out the unprejudiced condition of the cutting edge society which is against ladies and their privileges. This part calls attention to the untold hopelessness and the universe of ladies where they are hushed by brutality and assault. The wrongdoing against ladies is one of the shocking violations on the planet which is frequently left unnoticed and unpunished on the grounds that the vast majority of these are submitted by men. Men frequently use brutality to control and enslave ladies to steal their benefits. Ladies are compelled to acknowledge her sub-par position by concealment from men. Spouse battering, assault, rape and different types of pitiless savagery bring into see the frightening conviction of male authority in its unchallenged right to smother lady or a female kid to personality them. The paper gives a concise view on the wonder of male closed-mindedness and sexual savagery constrained on ladies in the novel Ladies Coupé.

Keywords: Feministic Perspective, Suppression of Women, Anita Nair, Ladies Coupé

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The Basic Tenets of Buddhist Philosophy- A Study

P.Prabhu, Research Scholar, Dept. Of Indian Culture and Tourism, Govt. Arts College, Kumbakonam, Tamilnadu.
Dr.K.Manivannan, Asst. Professor, Dept. Of Indian Culture and Tourism, Govt. Arts College, Kumbakonam, Tamilnadu.


Abstract

The Buddhist Philosophy is a treasury of rational thoughts with material world. Its teaching emphasise on the practical matters of Morality. The Buddha Philosophical enquiries concern to be interpreted as indicating the inappropriateness of the questions itself; the question is inappropriate in that only the asking of the question but any attempt to answer it can only lead one into the quagmire of idle metaphysical speculation and futile Philosophical disputes , further more importantly, the Buddha’s silence is directly awareness about the Nirvana is a state that transcends every mundane experience and hence cannot be talked about; for all talk is possible only within the perceptual- conceptual realms wholly governed by the Doctrine of Dependent Origination, whereas Nirvana is beyond the language and taught.

Keywords: Buddhist Ethics, Ontology, Karma, Non-self (anatta), World, Knowledge

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Impact of Curriculum in Education

Mrs. S. Sabitha Shunmuga Priya, Ph.D Research Scholar, Research Centre of English, VHNSN College, Virudhunagar.
Dr. R. Kabilar, Associate Professor, Research Centre of English, VHNSN College, Virudhunagar.


Abstract

A curriculum is an important form of specification in the educational idea. It has the uniqueness of each classroom setting. It has the central defining feature. It should be directed towards an examination as an objective without loss of quality. It means that the examination of a particular course must be in march to pursue other aspiration. In many respects a curriculum in practice and practical development of the process model. These process models should be in the pace of judgment and meaning-making. It may be used as a continual reference to the progress of human spirit and welfare. Thus the action of the curriculum is an informed and committed format which is in usage.

Keywords: Impact, Curriculum in Education, Modern Education

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A Stylistic Analysis of Alfred Lord Tennyson’s Poem “Break, Break, Break”


Mr.B.Thangamarimuthu, Assistant Professor of English, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Constituent College, Nagalapuram.
Ms.S.Sindhu, Assistant Professor of English, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Constituent College, Nagalapuram.
Mr.M.Pandiyaraja, P.G.Scholar, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Constituent College, Nagalapuram.


Abstract

Style varies from text to text depending on various factors like the form, meanings, grammar and structure. Stylistic analysis examines various aspects of the style of a text. This article aims to analyze Tennyson’s poem “Break, Break, Break” from a stylistic point of view. The analysis is made under the aspects of graphological, phonological and semantic point of view. This sort of analysis helps in understanding the basic linguistic concepts and literary ideas of the poem with the ability to reasoning. Furthermore, it highlights the difference between ordinary languages used in daily life compared to the literary language that is used in the poetic text. Hence, the paper investigates the poem to decode the deep linguistic and literary insights of the poem.

Keywords: Stylistics, Literary Criticism, Tennyson, “Break, Break, Break”

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Simplicity and Profundity in T.S.Eliot: An Understanding through Reader’s Response Criticism

Mr.R.Vinoth, Assistant Professor of English, Thiagarajar College of Engineering, Madurai – 15.


Abstract

When “Depersonlisation”, “Dissociation of Sensibility” and “Objective Correlative” ideas are given prior importance to creation of poetry by T.S.Eliot, there emerges a school of thought that supports individualistic reader-oriented responses allowing “associations”, “feelings” and “memories” of the reader to play the key role in interpreting a literary work. While Eliot prescribes correlation of objectivity, the reader response theorists applies subjectivity. On one side, the importance is levied so highly on the creator of poetry to express with historic value and contemporary relevance, the other side focuses on the individual reader to evaluate the poems with personal relevance. So, with the readers given so much liberty whether the works so meticulously carved with value will have its effect on the reader is a question. This paper interprets and analyses the poem, “The Naming of Cats” in a reader oriented approach and attempts to the greatness of T.S.Eliot.

Keywords: T.S.Eliot, Depersonalization, Dissociation of Sensibility, Objective Correlative

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