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  • Rayeesa, Untara (Department of English and Humanities, BRAC University, 2012-12)
    The Caribbean quest to conceptualize the modernity inherent in their condition is illustrated in living color by Derek Walcott and Edward K. Brathwaite in their critically acclaimed poetry. In doing so not only do they ...
  • Belal, Anika (Department of English and Humanities, BRAC University, 2012-04)
    I did my internship at "Channel i", the first digital Bangla channel from Bangladesh. During my internship, I worked closely with the programmes-"Taroka Kothon", "Khude Ganraj ", "Somoy Gele Sadhon Hobe Na" and "Eid Anondo ...
  • Ahmed, Anika Mariam (Department of English and Humanities, BRAC University, 2012-04)
    Nationalism is commonly interpreted as loyalty to the nation. In Bengal, one of the earliest manifestations of this phenomenon can be traced to the swadeshi or nationalist movement. Modernity, however, which was one of the ...
  • Moura, Shayera (Department of English and Humanities, BRAC University, 2008-04)
    This paper seeks to look at the history of nation-making in the subcontinent and the role and voices of women as their own subjectivity undergoes reformation in the process. I hope to find the female narrative through the ...
  • Nawar, Najifa (Department of English and Humanities, BRAC University, 2007-05)
    Folklore is one of the most prominent elements in Bangladeshi culture. The tradition of folklore is an ancient but one of the richest creations in Bangladeshi culture. Folk literature plays a vital role in defining folklore, ...
  • Akhter, Nushrat (Department of English and Humanities, BRAC University, 2006-11)
    The Principle Aim of this paper is to throw light on the situation of black women in Toni Morrison's writings. This dissertation focuses on three novels by Morrison, namely, The Bluest Eve, Sula and Beloved to identify ...
  • Nafis, Samira (Department of English and Humanities, BRAC University, 2009-04)
    Creative nonfiction is often called the "fourth genre" after prose, poetry and drama. It is a new genre that often causes confusion because the name sounds like an oxymoron. Indeed, it deals with facts and real events, but ...

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