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English Studies in Italy

Table of Contents number 3, 2020, september-december

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-00418-5
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  • TITLE: Millennium’s Children. New trends in South-Asian Postmillennial Anglophone Literature
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  • Vol.: XXXIII
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    • Rossella Ciocca
    • Millennium’s Children. New trends in South-Asian Postmillennial Anglophone Literature: Introduction

    • pp. 7-17, DOI: 10.7370/99398
    • South-Asian perspectives

    • Daniela Vitolo
    • Home, City, Nation: Re-shaping Spaces in Sorayya Khan’s Five Queen’s Road

    • pp. 19-37, DOI: 10.7370/99399
    • Angelo Monaco
    • The Persistence of Nationalism in Bangladeshi Postmillennial Fiction: Realism and Dystopia in Neamat Imam’s The Black Coat

    • pp. 39-58, DOI: 10.7370/99400
    • Giuseppe De Riso
    • Writing with the Ghost: Specters of Narration in Anil’s Ghost by Michael Ondaatje

    • pp. 59-78, DOI: 10.7370/99401
    • Updating Diaspora

    • Giuliana Regnoli
    • ‘Fo-laat? You want fo-laat?’ Ethnolinguistic appropriation and authenticity in Bengali English diasporic literature

    • pp. 79-98, DOI: 10.7370/99402
    • Mara Matta
    • Diasporic Narratives and Migrant Memories in The Teak Almirah by Indian Jewish Author Jael Silliman

    • pp. 119-142, DOI: 10.7370/99404
    • Engaging the Indian present

    • Alessia Polatti
    • Literary engagement and social corruption: Chetan Bhagat’s snapshots from contemporary India

    • pp. 143-159, DOI: 10.7370/99405
    • Alessandro Vescovi
    • Poetics of the Teenager in Indian Millennial Fiction: Neel Mukherjee’s A Life Apart, Anjali Joseph’s Saraswati Park, and Aravind Adiga’s Selection Day

    • pp. 161-181, DOI: 10.7370/99406
    • Rossella Ciocca
    • Mothering community. Surviving the post-nation in Arundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

    • pp. 183-200, DOI: 10.7370/99407