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THE EFFECT OF ACCURATE USE OF WORD STRESS ON IMPROVEMENT OF PRONUNCIATION IN EFL LEARNERS THROUGH SUBCONSCIOUS LEARNING
AMIR REZA NEMAT TABRIZI1, NADEREH SHABANI2
1(Ph.D) Assistant Prof., Department of English language, Payame Noor University, I. R. of Iran.
 2Department of English language, Payame Noor University, I. R. of Iran.
1-11
SITUATING THE BARD IN CONTEMPORANEITY: AN ECOCRITICAL READING OF SHAKESPEARE’S MACBETH
Dr. SANJAY KUMAR SWARNKAR 1, DEEPTI AGARWAL2
1 HOD English Department, 2 Lecturer C.S.J.M.University, Kanpur
12-16
ROYAL MALE PERSONAE IN GIRISH KARNAD’S PLAYS
Dr. SHILPI MITTAL
Assistant Professor, R.K.G.E.C. Ghaziabad
17-21
METAPHORICAL REALIZATION OF LEXICAL COHESIVE SETS IN THE OPENING PAGE OF ANNE BRONTE’S "THE TENANT OF WILDFELL HALL"
YASER HADIDI1, PARYA KAASHEF2
1, 2Department of English Language and Literature, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
22-29
CHILDREN’S LITERATURE: AN UMBRELLA TERM
MUZIFAR YOUSUF
 Research Scholar, School of Studies in English, Vikram University Ujjain (M.P.)
30-33
THE ARTIST OF THE BEAUTIFUL- AN ODYSSEY TOWARDS SPIRITUALISM
 T.S.RAJESWARI1, Dr. T.BHARATHI2
 1 Research Scholar, 2 Professor, Department of English Sri Padmavathi Mahila Viswavidyalayam, Tirupati
34-38
EXISTENTIALISM IN THE PLAYS OF GIRISH KARNAD
BISMA KHURSHEED
Research Scholar Sri Venkateshwara University, Uttar Pradesh
39-43
THE AESTHETICS OF MARGINALITY IN TONI MORRISON’S "BELOVED"
Dr SANGEETA KAINTURA
 Department of English, Govt. Degree college, Thatyur Uttarakhand, India
44-48
PECHA KUCHA- AN INNOVATIVE TASK FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS
D. SWATHIPATNAIK1, Dr. L.MANJULA DAVIDSON2
 1Research Scholar, 2Professor Department of English, Andhra University
49-54
FEMINISTIC ASPECTS IN MANJU KAPUR’S NOVEL-HOME
BHAVYA L
PhD Research Scholar, Bharathiar University:Coimbatore
55-58
DOUGLAS ADAMS’ MOSTLY HARMLESS: A FANTASTİC REPRESENTATİON OF A POSTMODERN WORLD
Işıl ÖTEYAKA
Dumlupınar Üniversitesi Fen Edebiyat Fakültesi Batı Dilleri ve Edebiyatı Bölümü Merkez Kampüs/ KÜTAHYA
59-65
COVERT VİOLENCE AGAİNST FEMALE GENDER IN MAHESH DATTANI’S "TARA"
Dr LAKHWINDER SINGH GILL
 Professor & Head PG Department of English, S.R. Govt. College for Women Amritsar
66-69
JHUMPA LAHIRI’S “UNACCUSTOMED EARTH” – DISPLACEMENT AND LIBERATION
Dr. VARUN GULATI
Assistant Professor of English Shivaji College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India
70-78
PORTRAYAL OF ‘NEW WOMAN’ – A FEMINIST READING OF TAGORE’S CHANDALIKA AND NATIR PUJA
SOMALI SAHA
Assistant Professor, Women’s College. Agartala, West Tripura
79-83
INDIAN FEMINISM
SHYLA L
PhD Research Scholar,
Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
84-87
NEGOTIATING PROBLEMATIC IDENTITY: THE QUEER VOYAGE IN THOMAS MANN’S DEATH IN VENICE
SUSANNA THOMAS
Assistant Professor, Baselius College, Kottayam, Kerala
88-91
MAHASWETA DEVI AS A POSTCOLONIAL WRITER AND ACTIVIST
DEEPALI CHOPRA
Assistant Professor,
Govt. Brijindra College, Punjab
92-95
PALESTINIAN SECONDARY EFL TEACHERS' AWARENESS AND ATTITUDE TOWARDS REFLECTION
Dr. SUMER SALMAN ABOUSHAABAN1, Dr. ABED AL-FATAH AL-HAMS2
1Al-Azhar University – Gaza, Palestine,
2Islamic University-Gaza, Palestine
96-108
THINGS FALL APART IN GOLDING’S “LORD OF THE FLIES”
Dr. C. JAYAPAL
Assistant Professor of English
Sri Vijay Vidyalaya College of Arts and Science
Dharmapuri, Tamilnadu
109-112
BELONGING AND BROTHERHOOD IN THE ATLANTIC DIASPORA:
CROSSING THE RIVER AS A CASE STUDY
LINA MOHAMMAD IBRAHIM1, ALIA MOHAMMAD WAZZAN2 1Assistant Professor, Head,Department of English Studies, Bayan University College, Muscat, Oman.
2Lecturer, Arab Academy for Science and Technology and Maritime Transport, Lattakia, Syria
113-124
ROLE OF TRANSLATION IN MAINSTREAMING DALIT LITERATURE – AN ANALYSIS OF SELECTED DALIT AUTOBIOGRAPHIES IN TRANSLATION
SOMALI SAHA
Assistant Professor
Department of English, Women’s College, Agartala, West Tripura
125-131
RESEMBLANCE OF EMANCIPATION BETWEEN TWO LEGENDS: A CLOSE STUDY ON YEATS’S POEMS AND RABINDRA SANGEET
KISHALAYA PODDER
Department of English, Rabindra Bharati University. West Bengal
132-136
REFLECTION OF RACIAL SEGREGATION (APARTHEID) IN THE NOVELS OF J M COETZEE
AVINASH L. PANDHARE
Asst. Professor, Department of English
Anand Niketan College, Warora, Dist. Chandrapur (M.S.)
137-140
REPRESSION,RECUPERATION AND LIBERATION:
A FEMINIST READING OF JAISHREE MISRA'S ANCIENT PROMISES
ARUNA MARY THOMAS
Assistant Professor; Department of English
National College, Trivandrum, Kerala
141-143
MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE AND THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Dr. MITIMA SACHDEVA
Assistant Professor ( III) , Amity Institute of Education, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow Campus, Malhore (Near Railway Station), Gomti Nagar Extention, Lucknow (U.P)
144-148
TEACHING SOFT SKILLS TO ENHANCE EMPLOYABILITY QUOTIENT: REDEFINING THE ROLE OF AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER
Dr. GITASRI MUKHERJEE
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Muffakham Jah College of Engineering & Technology, Hyderabad, India
149-153
A LEXICAL ANALYSIS OF KHUSHWANT SINGH’S SHORT STORY:
MR. KANJOOS AND THE GREAT MIRACLE
PRASAD R DAGWALE
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Padmashri Vikhe Patil College, Loni, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India
154-158
FEMINIST DISCOURSE IN POETRY: SUMMER IN CALCUTTA, THE DESCENDANTS, AND THE OLD PLAYHOUSE AND OTHER POEMS
PALLAB KR. GOGOI1, SARAT KUMAR DOLEY2
1,2Assistant Professor, Department of English, North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous), Assam
159-165
A STUDY OF NEO-COLONIALISM ANALYSIS IN THE NOVEL
“ANTHILLS OF THE SAVANNAH”
K.RAMYA1, Dr.K.SRINIVASAN2
1Research Scholar, PG& Research Department of English, National College, Trichy, Tamilnadu, India
2Associate Professor, PG & Research Department of English, National College, Trichy
Tamilnadu, India
166-169
A WOMAN IN LOVE IN A MAN’S WORLD: EXPLORING THE POETIC CREED OF KAMALA DAS
PALLAB KR. GOGOI1, SARAT KUMAR DOLEY2
1,2Assistant Professor, Department of English, North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous), Assam
170-175
THE PICARESQUE ADVENTURES OF MUNOO IN “COOLIE” BY M.R ANAND
AGIRISHETTY SRINIVASULU
Assistant Professor of English
Brilliant Institute of Engineering and Technology
Abdullahpur, Ranga Reddy-Dist, Telangana, India
176-178
IDENTITY AT LOSS; CENTRE, DECENTERED
MOJTABA MOHAMMADI
M.A Graduate
179-190
BEGETTING IDENTITY BY FEEDING MEMORIES
MANJARI THAKUR
University of Exeter
191-194
THINKING ALONG AND THINKING OUT: AN ANALYSIS OF ROBERT FROST’S STOPPING BY WOODS ON A SNOWY EVENING
Dr. P. KIRUTHIKA
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Periyar University PG Extension Centre, Dharmapuri
195-198
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON IDENTITY CRISIS IN JHUMPA LAHIRI'S
‘THE NAMESAKE'
ANJU CHAUDHRY
PhD Scholar, Department of English
M.D. University, Haryana
205-209
THE IDEA OF INNATENESS AND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
M.A: AHMED RASHEED MAJEED AL_RUBAIY
Department of English Language
Assistant instructor in Al_Yarmouk University College.Diyala-Iraq.
210-215
ROLE OF SELF-ESTEEM IN ENGLISH SPEAKING SKILLS IN ADOLESCENT LEARNERS
NAVITA
Lecturer in English
Govt. Sr. Sec. School, Raichand Wala, Jind, Haryana
216-220
CLASS CONFLICTS IN TERMS OF CASTE IN ARUNDHATI ROY’S
“THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS”
A. RAJALAKSHMI1, A. ROSHINI2
1Assistant Professor of English& Foreign Languages, Mother Teresa Women’s University, Kodaikanal
2(Ph.D) Scholar, Mother Teresa Women’s University, Kodaikanal
221-224
NATIONALISM IN INDIAN AND NIGERIAN PRE-INDEPENDENCE NOVELS
ABDULRAHMAN MOKBEL MAHYOUB HEZAM
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Faculty of Arts , Taiz University
Currently working at Department of Languages and Translation, Faculty of Science and Arts, Taibah University, Al-Ola, KSA
225-233
KEATS AS A POET OF SENSATIONS: SENSUOUSNESS IN KEATS’S POETRY
PRIYANKA P.S. KUMAR
USHAMALARY, THEKKUMKARA,
NEDUMANGAD P O.
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, KERALA
234-238
HEATHCLIFF – A HERO FALLEN BY REVENGE
P. JOSE
Faculty – In-charge, Language Learning Centre,
Dr Mahalingam College of Engineering and Technology, Pollachi, Coimbatore Tamilnadu, India
239-243
A BIRD’S VIEW OF THE CARIBBEAN AND BLACK-BRITISH WRITING DEPICTING THE IDENTITY CRISIS OF THE EMIGRANTS CAUGHT IN THE WEB OF ROOTLESSNESS, IN-BETWEEN SPACES, HOMELESSNESS, ACCULTURALIZATION AND DISLOCATION
S.V.RASAJNA
Senior Assistant Professor
New Horizon College of Engineering, Bangalore
244-254
MULTIPLE IDENTITIES IN CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S
“THE MISTRESS OF SPICES”
S.ABIRAMI1, Dr.S.S.NIRMALA2
1Ph.D Research Scholar, Kundhavai Naachiyaar Government Arts College for Women, Thanjavur.
2Research Advisor, Assistant Professor of English, Kundhavai Naachiyaar Government Arts College for Women, Thanjavur
255-259
LET THEM ENJOY THE LEARNING OF LINGUA FRANCA
B. YESWANTH RAJU*1, B.R.S.S.V.RAO2, SEVA GOPI3
Assistant Professor of English
1,2,3,Department of Humanities and Basic Sciences, Aditya Engineering College
Surampalem-Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh
260-262
IMPORTANCE OF ESTABLISHING RAPPORT
SABA KHATOON
Student, M.A. English Literature, Osmania University
263-265
EXPERIENCE VS EXPERIMENT: THE PORTRAYAL OF THE LIBERATION WAR OF BANGLADESH IN RIFLE ROTI AURAT AND A GOLDEN AGE
ISRAT JAHAN NIMNI1*, MOST. MURSHIDA KHANOM2
1Assistant Professor, Department of English, Noakhali Science & Technology University (NSTU), Sonapur, Noakhali, Bangladesh
2Lecturer in English, Bangladesh University of Business and Technology (BUBT), Dhaka, Bangladesh
266-274
A CRITICAL COMMENT ON CHETAN BHAGAT’S SELECTED NOVELS
Dr. R.VADIVELRAJA
Associate Professor of English, R.V.S College of Engineering& Technology, Coimbatore
275-279
HÉLÈNE CIXOUS’ ÉCRITURE FÉMININE : THEORY OF THE FEMININE BODY
T.PRIYA
Assistant Professor in French
School of English and Foreign Languages, Bharathidasan University
Tiruchirappalli, Tamilnadu
280-283
PEARLS OF VEDANTIC WISDOM IN SREE NARAYANA GURU’S POEMS
Dr INDU. B
Assistant Professor (Senior Grade), Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Amritapuri Campus, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita University
284-288
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