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    • The evolution of the writing artist : from a portrait of the artist as A Young Man to Midnight’s Children and in the Light of What We Know 

      Shoily, Kazi Farzana (BRAC University, 2015-08)
      The dissertation seeks to examine the artist as a sentient entity whose evolution might be traced through structural argumentations that set a work of literary work apart. It is also about the transition from the modern ...
    • Identity in conflict: image and reality of Bangladeshis in Malaysia 

      Haque, Muhammed Shahriar (BRAC University, 2004)
      Bangladeshis have often been associated with a nation that suffers from extreme poverty, embroiled in political turmoil, afflicted by floods, cyclones and by tragic accidents; these are the images that the mass media often ...
    • Memories of the partition and the formation of identities 

      Tasneem, Zehra (Brac University, 2019-12)
      The story of the Partition serves as the origin story of the modern Indian sub continent and continues to be relevant in the context of Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. Communal differences among the citizens of these three ...
    • Orphanage at Pubachal, Dhaka, Bangladesh 

      Naher, Sabiha Tun (BRAC University, 2012-04)
      Orphanage is a house for the orphan children, from where they can get all the facilities and all their needs for their physical and mental development. I wanted to design a house where they can easy develop their mental ...
    • Postmodernism: crisis versus construction of identity 

      Milon, G. M. Nahidul Ehsan (BRAC University, 2014-08)
      The question of identity in literature is quite common. The trend of identity formation differs from pre-modern to modern stage and from modern stage to postmodern stage. Sometimes it seems very problematic and sometimes ...
    • Rebels through updike and desai's lenses 

      Habib, Mushira (BRAC University, 2013)
      9/11 has redefined the world’s understanding of the term ‘terrorism’ and its association with power and resistance. Post 9/11 novels attempt to represent terrorism or rebellions in a new light by investigating the psycho-social ...
    • The role of educational institutions in identity development 

      Faiza, Afrida (BRAC University, 2019-05)
      The main aim of this thesis was to study how different institutions play different roles to develop identity of human beings, in a given society. In this thesis I have studied the impact of schools on the identity formation ...
    • Sexual politics and rape in the selected works of Shashi Deshpande: a feminist Perspective 

      Sen, Nandita (Brac University, 2019-12)
      Since the early revolutionary period of the first wave of feminist movement in India in 1850, women have come a long way with the feminist liberation movements continuously striving to bring in reformation in various ...
    • প্রত্যাশার মাঁচা : SOS Children’s Village 

      Rashid, Fariha (Brac University, 2019-08)
      The word “Orphan” refers to someone who has lost both his/her natural parents. Generally, we imagine downhearted sad little children, when we think of orphans. A home for orphan children is no replacement for a house with ...