Points of View is a biannual refereed e-journal, devoted to scholarly and authoritative opinion on broad cultural issues, focusing on the centrality of human concerns as evidenced in literature, art, theatre, film, etc. It provides a special forum for the perspectives on 'New Literatures in English', including translations. Also, it carries detailed and careful notes, and reviews of outstanding new books.
|S. Viswanathan||The Substitution Motif in Shakespeare||View Issue|
|Leonard R. N. Ashley||The Art and Practice of Literary Criticism||View Issue|
|Susheel Kumar Sharma||Culture and Literature in a Glo(b/c)alised World||View Issue|
|Madhu D. Singh||Gender and Genre: E. B. Browning as Feminist and Literary Theorist||View Issue|
|Ashu Vashisht||Wrath and Laughter: Demonic Apocalypse in W. B. Yeats's 'The Second Coming'||View Issue|