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Volume : IV, Issue : I, February - 2014

COMIC DESIGN IN BERNARD MALAMUDS A NEW LIFE

Ritu Dhawan, -

DOI : 10.9780/22307850, By : Laxmi Book Publication

Abstract :

A New Life to the predominance of vocational courses over arts subjects, state funding of educational institutions, academic freedom and behavioral aberrations of the teaching faculty. Thus the paper highlights the functional aspect of the comic design of A New Life which besides providing innocent laughter also serves to highlight various issues related to the academic world.

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Ritu Dhawan, -(2014). COMIC DESIGN IN BERNARD MALAMUDS A NEW LIFE. Indian Streams Research Journal, Vol. IV, Issue. I, DOI : 10.9780/22307850, http://isrj.org/UploadedData/4248.pdf

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