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12 Mar

Errata

Errata Concerning the article: Starrs, Bruno D. 2016. Self-censorship in Bruneian Literature and Journalism.  Aesthetique Journal for International Literary Enterprises (AJILE) 2 (1): 1-8.   The passage below (pp. 3-4), extracted from Starrs’ article, contains several errors—both factual and misleading:   "Un-redacted, fortunately, is t

22 Dec

Self-Censorship in Bruneian Literature and Journalism- Dr D Bruno Starrs

Self-Censorship in Bruneian Literature and Journalism Dr D. Bruno Starrs, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Abstract Brunei’s government is very active in censoring non-Islamic cultural artefacts, including English language literature. This paper examines two Bruneian novels, H. K. Lim’s Written in Black and Amir Falique’s The Forlorn Journey,

20 Nov

Michael Ondaatje: A Complex Network of Affiliations- Dr Md Rakibul Islam

Michael Ondaatje: A Complex Network of Affiliations Dr. Md. Rakibul Islam, Assistant Professor of English, AMU, West Bengal Abstract Michael Ondaatje, a Sri Lankan-born Canadian writer, is better known for his Booker Prize winning fiction The English Patient. Michael Ondaatje left his homeland for England at the age of eleven and later moved to Canada in 1962. Ondaatje has a