We are happy to release online our special issue on Charles Dickens on the bicentennial of his birth. No edited volume can do proper justice to his creative genius and fully cover the vast and varied areas of his creation. Still, it is just a tribute from our part, a very humble attempt at looking back at what contribution he had during his own times and subsequently how he influenced writing novels and moulded the image of writer. It has also been our attempt to explore the various strands of print culture which subsequently culminated in knowledge revolution in the 20th century and how we relate those strands in our own age of digital revolution.The ghost of Christmas Present is a jolly giant who takes Scrooge to the poor home of the Cratchit family, poverty stricken but ... The ghost shows Scrooge how people everywhere are rejoicing in Christmas and how his own family laugh good-naturedly at his attitude to it. The third spirit is a mysterious shrouded apparition, the ghost of Christmas Yet to come. ... Scrooge exclaims: I will live in the Past, the Present and the Future...the Spirirts of all three shall strive within me (Dickens)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Special Issue on Charles Dickens On the Bicentennial of His Birth (1812-2012)|
|Author||:||José Ruiz Mas, Maria-Ana Tupan, Stacey Balkan, Manjeet Rathee, Ralla Guha Niyogi, Soumya Chakraborty , Bibhudutt Dash, Serir-Mortad Ilhem, Prayer Elmo Raj, Madhumita Majumdar , Shukla Chatterjee, Gatha Sharma, Namrata Dey Roy, Abdollah Keshavarzi|
|Publisher||:||Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities - 2012-06-01|