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1Vol.8. Issue 1.2020 (Jan-Mar) Under Progress

Theories of the New Literacy Studies (NLS)

Darshana Chakrabarty
Department of English, University of Calcutta, India

doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.1.1
1-8
1
1 Shaping of Vijay Tendulkar as a playwright

Dr. Devendra Kumar Tiwari
Guest faculty, MMMUT, Gorakhpur

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.9
9-13
1
1
ANAND’S DUBIOUS ATTITUDE TOWARD INDIAN MUSLIMS IN "DEATH OF A HERO"

DEVI PRASAD GAUTAM
University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.14
14-26
1
1 PRACTICES AND VALUES OF ‘LAMBANOG’ DRINKING CULTURE IN ALEJANDRO ROCES’ WE FILIPINOS ARE MILD DRINKERS
ROBERTGIE L. PIAÑAR, ME
Instructor 1, Languages and Literature Unit
Leyte Normal University, Tacloban City, Philippines, 6500

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.27
27-32
1
INTERPRETATION OF ANITA DESAI’S ‘BYE BYE BLACK BIRD’ AS A DIASPORIC NOVEL
Dr VIBHAVARI KULKARNI
Assistant Professor, Department of English,
Karnatak Arts College, Dharwad, Karnataka

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.33
33-35
1
1 THE USE OF MYTH AND RITUALS IN MAHESH DATTANI’S
SEVEN STEPS AROUND THE FIRE
SHIVANI SHAILJA
199-B, Bengali Colony, Harjinder Nagar, Kanpur-208007 (UP)
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.36
36-40
1
RESTRAINT OF THE SELFHOOD IN SHOBHAA DE’S SECOND THOUGHT
MUILILA SANGTAM1,
Dr. THOKCHOM SUNANDA DEVI2
1 Research scholar, Department of English, St. Joseph University, Dimapur.
Email: muilimong@gmail.com
2Assistant Professor and Head, Department of English, St. Joseph University, Dimapur
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.41
41-44
1
NIETZSCHE HAS NO SUPERWOMAN
AMAAL BANI YOUNIS
Full-time lecturer of English language, Self-development Department, Deanship of preparatory year and supporting Studies, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Dammam, Saudi Arabia
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.45
45-57
1
INFLUENCE OF MOTHER TONGUE IN TEACHING AND LEARNING ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Dr. DAVIS DANIEL 1, Dr. JUDIE ARULAPPAN*2
1Assistant professor, Al Bayan College, Affiliated to Purdue University, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
2Assistant Professor/ HOD, Department of Maternal and Child health, College of Nursing, Sultan Qaboos University, Al Khoudh, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.58
58-69
1
DICHOTOMY OF INVISIBILITY AND HYPER VISIBILITY: A READING OF
‘THE WEAVE OF MY LIFE’
SMITHA MARY SEBASTIAN
Assistant Professor, Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.33
70-72
1
IN THE GRIP OF TRAUMA: A STUDY OF THE VICTIMS OF PARTITION
NIBHA THAKORE
Ph. D. Scholar, University School of Languages, Gujarat University
Ahmedabad
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.73
73-77
1
THAT LONG SILENCE: ECHO OF WOMAN’S STRUGGLE
NITESH
Language Lab Instructor
Govt. College Jind
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.78
78-80
1
RHETORIC IN ANCIENT GREECE AND ROME: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Dr DEEPALI DHAUL
Guest Faculty, Dept. of English, HPUDES, Shimla
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.81
81-87
1
1 WOMANIST RECOUNTING OF TRAUMA: AFFECT OF LOVE AND HATE IN DANTICAT'S THE FARMING OF BONES
NABRAJ PNADEY
PhD Candidate (English), Tribhuwan University, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal
Teaching Assistant, Tikapur Multiple Campus, Tikapur

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.88
88-94
1
 SACRIFICES OF A WOMAN IN A PATRIARCHAL SOCIETY AS PORTRAYED IN CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S SISTER OF MY HEART – A STUDY
M.KAVITHA1, Dr.A.S.MOHANAGIRI2
1Ph.D. Research Scholar, Government Arts College, Coimbatore
2Assistant Professor of English, Government Arts College, Coimbatore

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.95
95-98
1
 MEDIEVAL PATRIARCHAL MINDSET IN WARIS SHAH’S HEER EPIC
SUKHDEV SINGH DHANJU1, Dr. PRIYA SAROJ2
1Assistant Professor of English, University Institute of Legal Studies, Chandigarh University, Mohali
2Assistant Professor of Political Science, University Institute of Legal Studies
Chandigarh University, Mohali

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.99
99-104
1
 MODES OF RESISTANCE
Dr. RUCHIKA CHAUHAN
Head of Department, Applied Sciences & Humanities, Government Polytechnic for Women, Kandaghat, Solan 173215

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.105
105-112
1
1 WOLE SOYINKA: A VOICE OF DARKNESS
MOSTAFA FARUK AHAMED
Lecturer in English
Jazan University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.113
113-117
1
EXPLORING WOMEN’S TRAUMATIC TESTIMONY
NAADIYA YAQOOB MIR
PhD Research Scholar, Dept. of English, University of Kashmir

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.118
118-122
1
 
APOCALPYTIC VISIONS IN STEPHEN GILL’S “A QUESTION” AND MAHMOUD DARWISH’S “THE ENEMY”
Dr. S. J. KALA1, E. PRATHEEBAA2
1Associate Professor of English, Fatima College, Madurai- 625018
2 Research Scholar, Fatima College, Madurai- 625018
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.123
123-130
1
1  CONFRONTATION BETWEEN REALISM AND IMAGINATION IN ANITA DESAI’S
CRY, THE PEACOCK
T. RAMA MOHAN
Asst. Professor of English, Lakireddy Balireddy College of Engineering.(Autonomous) Mylavaram, Andhra Pradesh, India

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.131
131-135
1
THE CHANGING STRUCTURES OF THE SOCIETY AND WOMEN: A SPEICAL REFERENCE OF THE CORPORATE SECTOR
MEDHA SARJERAO SAGARE1,
Dr. SUDHIR MATHPATI2

1Research Student, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad (MS)
2Assistant Professor, Dept. of English, Adarsh Mahavidyalaya, Omerga, Dist. Osmanabad, MS
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.136
136-140
1
 DRAMATIC IRONY IN THE TRIBAL BODOS AND MALGUDIAN SOCIETY; A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MANRANJAN LAHARY’S DAINI? AND R. K. NARAYAN’S
THE GUIDE
SANSUMA MUSHAHARY
Research Scholar, Department of English, Bodoland University, Kokrajhar, Assam
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.141
141-146
1
KANTHAPURA: DEMYSTIFICATION OF CONTEMPORARY INDIA
NITESH
Language Lab Instructor
Govt. College Jind

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.147
147-149
1
1 MYTHO-CULTURAL CONSCIOUSNESS AS THE CORNERSTONE OF EARLY INDIAN FICTIONS: A STUDY THROUGH THE FICTIONS OF RK NARAYAN AND RAJA RAO
Dr. SACHIDANANDA PANDA
Associate Professor of English
BIMIT, Bhubaneswar

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.157
150-157
1
CONDITION OF WOMEN IN PRE AND POST- INDEPENDENT INDIA
SADAF MUSHTAQ NASTI
M.Phil., English
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.158
158-163
1
CHALLENGES IN LEARNING ‘ESL’ THROUGH LITERATURE IN INDIA: A CRITICAL STUDY
Dr. DIPTI RANJAN MOHARANA
Lecturer in English, U.N. (Auto) College of Sc. & Tech., Adaspur, Cuttack

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.164
164-170
1
 NAIPAUL’S AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL ELEMENT IN AN AREA OF DARKNESS
PINKI KUMARI1*, Dr. PRATIBHA GUPTA2
1Research Scholar, 2Professor
University Department of English, L.N.M.U.Darbhanga
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.171
171-174
1
 HOW ETHICS AND POETICS BLEND IN ORWELL’S HOMAGE TO CATALONIA
SADOK BOUHLILA
Associate Professor in English literature, Faculty of Letters, Arts and Humanities,
University of Manouba, Tunisia
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.175
175-181
1
1  THE ROAD FROM ELEPHANT PASS: A HISTORIOGRAPHIC METAFICTION
THANGARAJAH JEEVAHAN1,
SAVARIMUTHU KILBERT2

1Lecturer, Department of English, Advanced Technological Institute, Trincomalee,
Sri Lanka.
2Assistant Lecturer, Department of English, Advanced Technological Institute, Trincomalee, Sri Lanka
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.182
182-191
1
 AN OVERVIEW OF ANITA DESAI’S NOVELS
Dr. BIPIN BIHARI DASH
Assistant Professor of English, C.E.T., Bhubaneswar

doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.192
192-200
1
 HOSAY: A PERFORMANCE IN DEFIANCE
SAHID AFRIDI MONDAL
M.A., Jadavpur University, Jadavpur, Kolkata- 700032
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.201
201-209
1
1  MAPPING THE REVOLUTIONARY WOMEN’S MOVEMENTS IN INDIA
Dr. MOUSUMI PAUL
Assistant Professor, H.O.D. English, L.B.S.M. College, Jamshedpur
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.210
210-213
1
 QUEER MOTHERING AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE CHILDREN IN WILLIAM FAULKNER’S AS I LAY DYING
Dr. RITA1, NIDHI MEHTA2*
1Associate Professor of English, I.I.H.S (Institute of Integrated & Honors Studies)
Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
2PhD Research Scholar, Department of English, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.214
214-221
1
1  A STUDY OF RELIGIOUS VISION IN THE PLAYS OF T.S. ELIOT
Dr. JAI SHANKAR TIWARI
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Nehru Gram Bharati (Deemed to Be) University, Kotwa Jamunipur Campus, Prayagraj – 221505, UP, India
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.222
222-227
1
 THE WHITE MEN’S POLITICS AND THEIR DOMINATION OVER THE BLACK AMERICANS: A STUDY OF THE BLUEST EYE BY TONI MORRISON
ABDULLA AL MAROF 1,
Dr. MD. HABIBUR RAHMAN2*
1Lecturer, Department of English, Britannia University, Cumilla, Bangladesh.
2Associate Professor, Department of English, Comilla University, Cumilla, Bangladesh
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.228
228-234
1
1  GENDER DYSPHORIA AND THIRD SPACE OF HIJRAS IN ARUNDHATI ROY’S
THE MINISTRY OF UTMOST HAPPINESS
DHANISHA K.S.
Guest Lecturer, Department of English, Sacred Heart College, Chalakudy, Kerala, India
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.235
235-240
1
 PROJECTION OF WOMEN’S SELF-DENIAL & REPRESSION: A GENDER STUDY THROUGH BHABANI BHATTACHARYA’S
‘SHADOW FROM LADAKH’
Dr. PAYAL BHARDWAJ1, Dr. VIKAS SHARMA, D.Lit.2 1Head, Department of English, Monad University, Hapur
2Associate Professor, Department of English, C. C. S. University, Meerut
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.241
241-247
1
1  CHEKHOV’S “THE DEATH OF A GOVERNMENT CLERK”: A CONDUCIVE ENVIRONMENT TO PROMOTE ATTUNEMENT THROUGH HUMOR
DELONY MANUVEL & Dr. KANUPRIYA
K.R Mangalam University
doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.248
248-252
1
 Book Review
Title of the book: THE LEGEND OF PENSAM
Author: Mamang Dai
ANKU NANI
Assistant Professor ,Department of English.
Govt. Model College, Basar
 doi: 10.33329/rjelal.8.1.1B
1-3
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