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  • Methwold the Representation of English colonization in Midnight’s Children
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    Methwold the Representation of English colonization in Midnight’s Children

    21 months ago

    Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdi is a mystical realistic literature and every characters of the novel plays more or less a mystical realistic role. The narrator, Saleem Sinai, starts the novel with his birth like...

  • South Asian Diaspora
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    South Asian Diaspora

    21 months ago

    “Diaspora by definition is dispersion, which effectively compresses time and space such that it enables the experience of many places at what would appear to be one moment. And today such multiplicity and simultaneity...

  • Kouga Yun’s "Loveless" Strengthen the concept of Humanity
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    Kouga Yun’s "Loveless" Strengthen the concept of Humanity

    21 months ago

    Mubassira Ferdousi Gender and Visual Culture Prof. Genevieve Gamache Final Paper Kouga Yun’s Loveless Strengthen Humanity What is Masculinity and Femininity? It is proven that masculinity and...

  • Symbol Makes the Reader Involve: A Review of Jhumpa Lahiri’s “A Temporary Matter”
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    Symbol Makes the Reader Involve: A Review of Jhumpa Lahiri’s “A Temporary Matter”

    21 months ago

    “A Temporary Matter” is a five evening’s story about two people who keep secret from each other. Husband and wife, Shukumar and Shoba, are trying get rid of the memory of losing their child six months ago. Food,...

  • Nirvana and Samsara
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    Nirvana and Samsara

    21 months ago

    “Because there is no attainment, the Bodhisattvas, grounded in perfect Understanding, find no obstacles for their mind, Having no obstacles, they overcome fear, liberating themselves forever from illusion,...

  • Titas Ekti Nadir Naam
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    Titas Ekti Nadir Naam

    21 months ago

    “Flowers bloom by its water, fruits ripen in mysterious ways. They mingle to create such splendor. The cosmic fish resides in the river adding its shimmer to the splendor. But as the poet Lalon says, when the water...

  • Phulan Devi
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    Phulan Devi

    21 months ago

    Aniradha Ramanujan investigated the life story of Phoolan Devi according to Mala Sen’s biography in 1991, the Shekhar Kapur’s controversial 1994 film Bandit Queen and the auto biography I, Phoolan Devi. In her...

  • Cosmopolitanism
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    Cosmopolitanism

    21 months ago

    “Introduction: Conceiving Cosmopolitanism” is a conceptual theoretical article about the concept of Cosmopolitanism by Steven Vertovec and Robin Cohen. The concept, cosmopolitanism, refers here by “re-emerging...

  • Diterminism and Freedom
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    Diterminism and Freedom

    22 months ago

    “In ‘Introduction to Ethical Reasoning’ course Nishu a student of Asian University for Women has a presentation on ‘Determinism Vs Freedom’. She wanted to show some wired action to make explicable about...

  • Visual Representation of Odommo Chattagram Uthshob, Boundless Chittagong Celebration
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    Visual Representation of Odommo Chattagram Uthshob, Boundless Chittagong Celebration

    22 months ago

    Name of the Television Commercial: Odommo Chattagram Uthshob Client: The Daily Star Agency: Gray Advertising Bangladesh Ltd. A Film by Indigenous Visual Arts Found From:...

  • Security Proposal of Chittaong Hill Tract Conflict
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    Security Proposal of Chittaong Hill Tract Conflict

    22 months ago

    Chittagong hill Tracts (CHTs) located in south-east Bangladesh between north-east India and the Arakan hills of Burma; covering an area of 5,093 square miles. In 1860, British period, “by Act XXII of the Commonwealth,...

  • Liberation War of Bangladesh
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    Liberation War of Bangladesh

    22 months ago

    Bangladesh Liberation War held in 1971 from March 25 to December 16. The conflict was occurred between East Pakistan and West Pakistan with the help of Indian army. In my paper I will focus on the core philosophy of...

  • Maternal Morbidity of Bangladesh
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    Maternal Morbidity of Bangladesh

    22 months ago

    Bangladesh has a high maternal mortality ratio, with 320 deaths per 100,000 births. (UNICEF, 2001). This means there are about 11,000 to 12,000 women dying from pregnancy or childbirth complications every year in...

  • A Secret of Bangladesh
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    A Secret of Bangladesh

    22 months ago

    Though Bangladesh is a democratic republic country but the culture and norms are based on religion and petrilineal way. Like other petrilineal country in Bangladesh, women are suffering unbearable pain, they has to...

  • True Liberation of Women
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    True Liberation of Women

    22 months ago

    According to the Indira Gandhi’s speech “True Liberation of Women”, around the world, the major problems are inequalities and injustices between affluent and developing countries, domination of expression by...

  • Cultural Change Class
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    Cultural Change Class

    22 months ago

    In my school and high school I had studied in pure science. Though I born in a certain society, I grow up in a certain society, and still I am living in a social environment but literally I didn’t have any knowledge...

  • Women Development and Family Structure Change
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    Women Development and Family Structure Change

    22 months ago

    I was sitting in front of a Philippine woman, Mrs. Malaya Tanyaq, looking as Philippine women but dressed up salwar-kamiz like a Bangladeshi women. I went to meet her in our clinic at AUW to get an interview about her...

  • Circumcision and Clitoridectomy
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    Circumcision and Clitoridectomy

    22 months ago

    Genital mutilation for both male and female are tribal cultural practice that followed from ancient period mainly in African countries. However, religion especially Islam spread genital mutilation throughout the world....

  • Theatre
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    Theatre

    22 months ago

    Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House and Rabindranth Tagore’s Raktakarabi (Blood-Red Oleander) both of them are feminist play but they define freedom of women differently. Ibsen empowered women positioning them in the...

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