The Literary Criterion
The Literary Criterion is now 66 years old and the longest Indian journal in continuous circulation in the country. It is internationally known and has successfully crated a critical climate for the past 60 years also influencing the academia about new areas of literature like The American, The African, the Australian, Caribbean, the New Zealand etc literature's. It has brought out various special issues and all these areas including Shakespeare, T.S. Eliot, F R Leavis and Indian writers of English. All the special issues have appeared in hardback as independent volumes. Its reputation is such in exchange for it more than 15 international journals are being received at Dhvanyaloka, Mysore.
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- Ragini Ramachandra
Volume 54 (2019) Issue 1-2 , (January-2019 to June-2019)
Editorial by C.N. Srinath
M. G. Vassanji’s The Gunny Sack and The Art of Interplaying History by Manjula K. T. and Babu Gaonkar
Lorrain Hansberry and Ntozake Shange: The Racial Class, Culture and Conflict by Sudarsan Sahoo
Literary Critical Tradition today: Plural and Multicultural by C.N. Srinath
An Appraisal of Habib Tanvir’s Theatre: Intersection of the Folk and the Political by Shyam Babu
Home, Exile and the ‘Other' in Agha Shahid Ali by Asima Sarkar
Autobiographical Mnemonic: The Politics of Remembering in Ruskin Bond’s Scenes from a Writer’s Life by Patil Sangita Sharnappa
Khaled Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns – A Saga of Gender Parity by Salia Rex
Badal Sircar’s Mad Horse: a study of existential crisis and psychological despair by Aditi Banerjee
Theorizing Cosmopolitanism and Comparative Literature by Bijay Kumar Das
Amitav Ghosh’s Dancing in Cambodia, At Large in Burma : A late review by C.N. Srinath
Report & Announcement
A Report on the Proceedings of the C.N. Sanjay Birth Anniversary Seminar on Classical Kannada Literature and Some Literary Texts in English held at Dhvanyaloka, Mysore (Nov.10th 2018)
Volume 53 (2018)
Volume 53 (2018) Issue 3-4 , (July-2018 to December-2018)
Reinventing the Grand Narrative: An Overviewof Contemporary Malayalam Novel by E.V.Ramakrishnan
Translation as Literary History: Reflections on Modernity and Malayalam Literature by P P Raveendran
The Evolution of Malayalam Drama: A Subaltern Perspective by P. N. Prakash
Millennial Short Fiction in Malayalam: A Qualitative Reflection by Arunlal K
Protagonists in Malayalam Dalit Fictional Narratives by M. Dasan
Literary Criticism in Malayalam by P.P. Ajayakumar
A Backward Reading of the Multiple Manifestations of Malayalam Poetry by A.C. Sreehari
Malayalam Novel: An Overview by Reji A.L.
Revisiting Traditional ‘Mappilappattukal’ by Abida Farooqui
C.R. Visweswara Rao
T. Viswanadha Rao
Tej N Dhar
Volume 53 (2018) Issue 1-2 , (January-2018 to June-2018)
by C.N. Srinath
Art-speech and The Man Who Died by N. R. Hayward
Lawrence, Leavis And Art-speech: The Evolution and Application of a Reflexive, Critical Concept
by Paul Filmer
Notes on Lawrence’s The Man Who Died by Philip Bufithis
Max Plowman, Jessie Chambers and D.H. Lawrence by Malcolm Pittock
A Note on Kazuo Ishiguro : The Nobel Laureate for Literature 2017 by S. Ramaswamy
“These grand and fatal movements toward death”: Apocalyptic Visions in Robinson Jeffers’s Poetry
by Pradip Mondal
Masculinisation: The Gender Identity of a Professional Woman in Churchill’s Top Girls by V.Vijayalakshmi and Geetha Senthilkumar
Plato versus Derrida: Philosophy versus Literature by Rajnath
Book Reviews by S. Ramaswamy, S. K. Sharma, Tej N Dhar, Ragini Ramachandra, Shyamala A. Narayan, H.V. Nagaraja Rao
A Report on the proceedings of the C.N. Sanjay Birth Anniversary Seminar on Malayalam Literature at Dhvanyaloka, Mysore, Nov. 8-9, 2017 by Ragini Ramachandra
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