2019 Issue 2

VOLUME IX, NUMBER 2 (new series)
TRAUMA, NARRATIVE, RESPONSIBILITY (II)

The Road Less Travelled: Reading dr. Izzeldein Abuelaish’s I Shall Not Hate as Responsible Response to Trauma
Sudeshna Chakravorty (shaon.megh@gmail.com)
Sushil Kar College, West Bengal; India

Theory of Time and Literature: A Study of Tina Chang’s “Origin and Ash” and “The Idea of Revelation”
Yasser K. R. Aman (ykAman@iau.edu.sa)
Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Dammam; Saudi Arabia

Poetry as a “Sanctuary” Amidst Barbed Wire: The Dialogue of Symbols
Daniel Magdalen (dmagdalen59@gmail.com)
University of Bucharest; Romania

Three Voices in the Wake of an Earthquake
Luis Solis (luisjuanajones@yahoo.com)
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México; Mexico

Trauma and Transgender Space in Arundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
Shruti Das (drshrutidas@gmail.com)
Berhampur University, Odisha; India

Trauma as Social Vaccine in Walter Scott’s Guy Mannering
Cristian Vîjea (cristianstefan138@yahoo.com)
University of Bucharest; Romania

Trauma, Identity and Culture: An Interdisciplinary and Multicultural Exploration
Ramona Ceciu (ramonaelcy@yahoo.com)
Jadavpur University; India

The Unreliable Narrator as a Precedent to the Post-Truth Era: Subjective Personal Memory in the Literary Autobiographies of Eudora Welty and Tom Robbins
Dorotka Bachratá (dorot.bachrata@gmail.com)
Palacký University, Olomouc; Czech republic

Witnessing Inferno: Visual Representation and Perception of Light in a Space of Trauma
Carmen Dominte (carmendominte@yahoo.com)
National University of Music, Bucharest; Romania

Word Havens: Reading One’s Way out of Trauma in Contemporary Fiction
Lucia Opreanu (luciaopreanu@yahoo.com)
Ovidius University, Constanţa; Romania