National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad (Pakistan),
Islamabad, Punjab, Pakistan
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This special issue will focus the contemporary emerging trends in South Asian Diasporic Anglophone fiction and thematic basic according to the global scenario. It will also present the real condition of migrants, expatriate thinking, international level immigration and somewhere a kind of exile or self-exile. It will also proclaim the hidden thinking and ideology behind selecting the topics by Diasporic Anglophone writers in their fiction. As the modern trends are replacing the old and out-worn trends, its impact can clearly be seen on the writings of the diasporic fiction writers. As 9/11 and some other Marxist approaches have changed the way of thinking of the global world and its setting. So, the writers are trying to present their ideas and their own expatiate thinking. They also share their immigrant experiences through their writings. This contemporary changing trends in diasporic Anglophone fiction writing was quite different about fifty to seventy years ago and now the themes and topics of diasporic Anglophone fiction writing have completely changed. This special issue of the journal English Language, Literature & Culture will address such issues through its high quality published articles. It will provide a plate form to the young as well as experienced researchers to present their modern critical approaches towards the themes and the language variations in Contemporary Emerging Trends in South Asian Diasporic Anglophone Fiction.