6.12.16

A Study in Stephen Gill's Novel The Coexistence

Edited by:
Professor Shobha Diwakar
Professor Olimpia Iacob





pp. : 182 + x

ISBN 978-81-7977-585-1

Price : Rs. 350.00

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Contents:


Stephen Gill:
Introduction: Live and Let Live for Peace

SAVIO, Dominic and KALA, S.J.
The Coexistence by Stephen Gill is a novel of ideas

BRATTON, Daniel:
Stephen Gill’s The Coexistence (novel):  A rejection of postmodernism and posthumanism

IACOB, Olimpia:
Style, structure and meaning in Stephen Gill’s novel The Coexistence

DIWAKAR, Shobha:
Stephen Gill’s The Coexistence: Beyond Boundaries

GARG, Rita:
Diaspora in Stephen Gill’s novel The Coexistence

ALEXANDRU, Zotta:
The Coexistence is the conscience of today

GLAZER, Vendelin Fransic:
Tolerance in the novel The Coexistence

DIWAKAR, Shobha:
Rich diversity in Gill’s novel The Coexistence

HORSIA, Marius:
Gill’s The Coexistence and India and Romania

DIWAKAR, Shobha:
Stephen Gill’s novel The Coexistence on the doctrine of live and let live

DIWAKAR, Shobha:
Pariament of nations in the Coexistence

IANCU, Laura-Maria:
Remarks on stephen gill’s novel The Coexistence,

DIWAKAR, Shobha:
Conflict and cooperation in Stephen Gill’s novel The Coexistence

NEGREANU, Angela:
India and Canada in Stephen Gill’s novel The Coexistence

DIWAKAR, Shobha:
Agents of Lucifer in The Coexistence

DHAMYAL, Anwar and RIZWAN, Muhammad
The coexistence substantiates religious humanism

ROY, Vijay Kumar:
Stephen Gill’s novel The Coexistence venerates brotherhood to produce prosperities

FARISTA, Rupal Amyn:
Alienation and mother fixation in Stephen Gill’s novel The Coexistence

MISHRA, Binod:
The Coexistence (novel) is the psalm of Stephen Gill’s soul







1 comment:

Ishtiaq Ahmed said...

Congratulations Dr Gill on the publication of this important novel of yours. Your creative imagination has amazing capacity to weave a story and tell it so well.

Prof. Dr. Ishtiaq Ahmed