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1 Vol.10 Issue 2: 2022-Under Progress

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1 THE STRUGGLE FOR IDENTITY OF WOMEN IN THEATRE FROM GREEK THEATRE TO
CONTEMPORARY THEATRE IN ENGLISH
Dr. JAYA KAPOOR
Department of English & M.E.L.
University of Allahabad
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.1
1-7
1
1 A STUDY ON THE SECOND TRANSLATION OF TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE
ZHANG KAIYUE1, ZHU ANBO2
1Postgraduate student, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, China E-mail: z18810971238@163.com
2Supervisor, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, China
E-mail: zhuanbo998@163.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.8
8-16
1
1 MARK TWAIN – THE HILARIOUS HUMOURIST OF AMERICA
Dr. RALLAPALLI HYDERALI
HOD, Department of English,
Govt. Arts College, Anantapuramu.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.17
17-20
1
1 OBJECTIFICATION OF WOMEN AND LOVE IN JOHN DONNE
GOVIND PRASAD GOYAL1,
Dr. VIJETA GAUTAM2
1Research Scholar (English), CCS University, Meerut 2Assistant Professor, KMGGPG College, Badalpur
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.21
21-26
1
1 SPIRITUAL PSYCHOLOGY TRACED IN KHALIL GIBRAN’S ON PRAYER
Dr. K. KAVITHARAJ
Assistant Professor (English)
PSGCAS, Coimbatore, TN..
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.27
27-30
1
1 INTERTEXTUALITY AND THE REPRESENTATION OF IDENTITY IN SELECTED NIGERIAN POLITICAL CAMPAIGN ADVERTISEMENTS
Florence Awele Nwaefuna
PhD Scholar, Department of English
University of Botswana, Botswana.
Email: nwaefunaf@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.31
31-42
1
1 ANTHROPOCENE AND THE ENVIRONMENT: A READING OF GUN ISLAND
Dr. CHETNA TIWARI
Assistant Professor
University School of Humanities and Social Sciences Guru Gobind Singh Indraprasth University, Dwarka, Delhi
Email:tiwari.chetna@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.43
43-47
1
1 TIMELESS TREASURE: RELEVANCE OF SHAKESPEARE’S MACBETH IN DAY-TO-DAY LIFE
ENAMUL KABIR PASA
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Sripat Singh College Jiaganj, Murshidabad, West Bengal.
Email: ekpasa@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.48
48-53
1
1 EXPLORATION OF THE VILIFIED CAREER WOMAN IN FILM TEXTS
SNEHA DAYANAND1, Dr. PRAKRUTHI H.N2
1Ph.D. Research Scholar; 2Research Supervisor
Jain (deemed-to-be) University.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.54
54-60
1
1 INTERVENTION OF SOCIAL MEDIA TO ENHANCE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND
LITERATURE LEARNING
Dr. VEENA JOSEPH
Associate Professor, Head of the Department of English, Hislop College, Nagpur.
Email:veenajoseph1010@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.61
61-69
1
1 The Descendant from the Nobility to Commonality: The Representation of Everyday, Common Themes in the Modernist Drama in
Arthur Miller’s All My Sons and Eugene O’Neill’s Mourning Becomes Electra in
Relation to the Classical Dramas
Sepehr Daneshara1, Gilliam M. E. Alban2
1Ph.D. Candidate in English Language and Literature, Istanbul Aydin University, Istanbul,
Turkey
2Docent Professor of English Language and Literature, Istanbul Kultur University, Istanbul,
Turkey.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.70
70-74
1
1 THE BITTERSWEET REMINISCENCE OF CHILDHOOD
TWINKLE KUMAR
Assistance Professor (Ad-hoc)
Department of English & Foreign Language
Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya, Koni, Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh) 495009
Email- twinklekumar12895@gmail.com
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.75
75-79
1
1 STUDY OF DORMITORIES AS A SOCIAL INSTITUTION AMONG TRIBAL PEOPLE IN
NORTHEAST INDIA
PRIYANKI BORTHAKUR
Department of sociology, Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.80
80-83
1
1 LEANER PSYCHOLOGY AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION
Dr. K BHANU REKHA1, S SHABEENA BANU2
1Associate Professor, 2Assistant Professor
English, Department of Humanities & Sciences, CVR College of Engineering
Vastunagar, Mangalpalli (V), Ibrahimpatnam (M), Rangareddy (D), Telangana 501510
E-mail: kjbrr09@gmail.com, shabeena.01@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.84
84-87
1
1 REINTERPRETATION OF MYTH AND HISTORY IN SHASHI THAROOR'S
"THE GREAT INDIAN NOVEL"
Dr. T. SATHYAKALA1, P. VIGNESHWARAN2
1Assistant Professor, 2MA Student,
Department of English, Arulmigu Palaniandavar College of Arts and Culture, Palani, Tamilnadu.
Email:vigneshwaranpalanisamy50@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.88
88-92
1
1 ADLERIAN PSYCHOLOGY – A KEY TO THE HAMLETS OF THIS WORLD & THEIR
THEATRICAL BEHAVIOUR
Christopher Eriksson PhD
Email:christophereriksson3@hotmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.93
93-97
1
1 THE BURIED GIANT: FORGETTING THE PAST TO SURVIVE
Dr. Chetna
Assistant Professor
Gov. Girls College Singrauli.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.98
98-100
1
1 PHALLOCENTRIC HEGEMONY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA IN SALMAN
RUSHDIE’S SHAME, ARUNDHATI ROY’S THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS AND SHASHI
DESHPANDE’S THE DARK HOLDS NO TERRORS
DEEPALI SHARMA
Amity University, Sector 125, Gautam Budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh 201303, India.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.101
101-111
1
1 ORIENTALISM REDUX: UNHEARD VOICES OF SYRIAN REFUGEES IN EXIT WEST
Maher Al Kasem
Istanbul, Aydın University
Orcid: 0000-0002-5548-8205
Email: maherkasem@stu.aydin.edu.tr
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.112
112-123
1
1 ‘REGIONALISM’ IN INDIAN ENGLISH POETRY: A STUDY OF SELECTED POEMS OF
JAYANTA MAHAPATRA AND A.K. RAMANUJAN
ANU NAGAR
Department of English (Phd. Research Scholar)
Sunrise University, Alwar, Rajasthan
Email:-nagaranu93@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.124
124-128
1
1 ‘PLIGHT OF WOLVES: A READING OF THE EXTINCTION IN FARLEY MOWAT’S
NEVER CRY WOLF
DENISH RAJA DURAI.K1, Dr. G. BASKARAN2
1Ph.D Research Scholar (FT), School of English & Foreign Languages, The Gandhigram Rural Institute-Deemed to be University, Gandhigram- 624 302/ Dindigul, Tamilnadu.
Email Id: denishdurai@gmail.com
2Dean and Professor of English, School of English & Foreign Languages, The Gandhigram Rural Institute- Deemed to be University, Gandhigram- 624 302/ Dindigul, Tamilnadu.
Email Id: rgbaskaran@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.129
129-136
1
1 “the truth that no one ever utters”: Mental Illness in Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis
DEEPANWITA DEY
Assistant Professor (English), School of Arts and Humanities, MATS University, Raipur
Email: deepanwita2910@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.137
137-141
1
1 MARRIAGE MOORINGS IN BHARATHI MUKHERJEE’S JASMINE AND WIFE
R. BEULAH JEYASHREE
Associate Professor in English
Lady Doak College, Madurai
beulahjeyashree@ldc.edu.in.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.142
142-149
1
1 DEMYSTIFYING ANTHROPOCENTRISM: JOSEPH CONRAD’S COMPLEX ECOCRITICAL DISCOURSE
Dr. SAMBIT PANIGRAHI
Professor of English
Ravenshaw University, Cuttack.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.150
150-157
1
1 SHAKESPEAREAN WOMEN: A PRODUCT OF AN ERA HE DID NOT FAIL TO QUESTION
RAYA MAHMOUD KHAYRI KOOB
İstanbul Aydın Üniversitesi
Istanbul, Turkey
Email: rayaqabb@stu.aydin.edu.tr
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.158
158-162
1
1 THE COMMONS AND THE ENCLOSURES: AN ECOLOGICAL POST-COLONIAL READING OF SELECT LITERARY NARRATIVES
Dr. Shubhanku Kochar
Assistant Professor, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Dwarka Sector 16 C, New Delhi, India
Email- shubhankukochar@ipu.ac.in
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.163
163-170
1
1 SHADES OF MAN - WOMAN RELATIONSHIPS IN LITTLE LIZZY, THE LIFT THAT WENT DOWN THE HELL, SAVED AND SUNSTROKE
Yogesh Singh Mohan
Assistant Professor, English
DAV College, Sadhaura.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.171
171-174
1
1 “TOO LONG HAD BEEN WAITED IN VAIN”:
A SARTREAN READING OF BECKETT’S WAITING FOR GODOT AND BUZZATI’S
THE TARTAR STEPPE
Vahide Metin
Istanbul Aydin University, Istanbul, Turkey
Email: vahideh.mp@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.175
175-182
1
1 TOWARDS AN EPOCHAL SHIFT IN ECOLOGICAL DISCOURSES: A READING OF
THE HUNGRY TIDE
Dr. TANIMA SHOME
Assistant Professor (English)
Krishna School of Science, Drs. Kiran and Pallavi Patel Global University,
Vadodara, Gujarat
Email:shometanima@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.183
183-187
1
1 GLOTALIZATION: ITS FORMATION, MEANING AND RELEVANCE IN CONTEMPORARY LIFE AND SOCIETY
Dr. MITHLESH KUMAR CHAUDHARI
Assistant Professor
Department of English,
J.L.N.S.P.G. College, Maharajganj, U.P.
Email:mithleshchaudhari@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.188
188-191
1
1 REFLECTIONS ON INDIAN CAMPUS NOVELS: A NEW LITERARY SUBGENRE OF ACADEMIC DISCOURSE
AMIT YASHVANTRAO KHAPEKAR
Ph.D. Research Scholar
Department of English and Foreign Language
Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya
Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh)
Email Id: amitkhapekar@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.192
192-199
1
1 THE THEME OF PRIDE AND PREJUDICE IN THINGS FALL APART BY CHINUA ACHEBE
Km. Rashmi
Research Scholar: Dept. of English, Chaudhary Charan Singh University Campus, Meerut
Email:rashmigautameng@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.200
200-202
1
1 INTERFACE BETWEEN HISTORY AND EXPERIENCE IN ‘THE GYPSY GODDESS’
DEEPA LEKSHMI PRAKASH
Ex- faculty IHRD College, Kollam
Email: deepalekshmiprakash@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.203
203-205
1
1 PROSPERO BECOMES PROSPERA: THE END OF PATRIARCHY IN THE TEMPEST
VAHIDE METIN
Istanbul Aydin University, Istanbul, Turkey
Email: vahideh.mp@gmail.com
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-5372-5684.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.206
206-214
1
1 CORRUPTION, BOTH PERSONAL AND SOCIAL: THE PREDOMINANT THEME OF ACHEBE’S NOVEL, NO LONGER AT EASE
KANAK RAJ CHANDNA1,
Dr. SUREKHA AHLAWAT2
1Research Scholar, M.M.H.P.G. College, Ghaziabad, UP (C.C.S. University) & Assistant Professor, Government Degree College, Nadhabhood, Sahaswan, Badaun
2Associate Professor, M.M.H.P.G. College, Ghaziabad, UP, (C.C.S. University).
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.215
215-220
1
1 Perspectives of Feminism in Volga’s Sweecha Novel
Dr. G. Kiran Kumar Reddy1, P. Dhana Raju2
1Assistant Professor in English, JNTU Kalikiri, Kalikiri Campus, Andhra Pradesh
Email: mokshinainika12@yahoo.com
2Lecturer in English, Rajeev Gandhi University Knowledge Technologies IIIT, R.K. Valley Campus, Andhra Pradesh
Email: ma.dhanaraju@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.221
221-223
1
1 THE REPRESENTATION OF AFGHAN WOMEN IN THE NOVEL A THOUSAND SPLENDID SUNS BY KHALED HOSSEINI
Dr. Edison K Verghese
Associate Professor and HOD, Dept of English, Sree Vivekananda College
Kunnamkulam, Thrissur DT.
Email: edisonkverghese@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.224
224-231
1
1 QUEST FOR IDENTITY IN MULK RAJ ANAND’S UNTOUCHABLE AND ROHINTON MISTRY’S A FINE BALANCE
JOYOTI DAS
PhD in English from Ranchi University. Assistant teacher in government school. Email:das_joyoti@yahoo.co.in.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.232
232-234
1
1 HIGH PREVALENCE OF ‘RACISM’ AND ‘OPPRESSION’ THROUGH THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY
Prof. KALPANA PAUL1,
PRIYANKA KUMARI PATLE2
1Professor, Govt. D.B. Girls’ P.G. College, Raipur, Chhattisgarh
2Research Scholar, Govt. D.B. Girls’ P.G. College, Raipur, Chhattisgarh.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.235
235-238
1
1 INFLUENCE OF THE BIBLE IN ENGLISH LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE
Dr. Veena Joseph
Head of the Department, English, Hislop College Nagpur.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.239
239-242
1
1 TRADITION AND MODERNITY IN NAYANTARA SAHGAL’S STORM IN CHANDIGARH
Dr. O. Kumara Swami
Asst. Professor of English,
Malla Reddy Engineering College for Women (Autonomous),
Hyderabad, Telangana State. India
Email id: kumaraswami.o@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.243
243-247
1
1 JHUMPA LAHIRI'S ‘UNACCUSTOMED EARTH’: A TALE OF ISOLATED WORLD
Dr. Naveen Kumar Mehta1, Natasha Sharma2
1Head, Associate Professor, Department of English, Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies, Sanchi, M.P.
2Ph. D Research Scholar, Department of English, Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies, Sanchi, M.P.
Email: nayantasha@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.248
248-252
1
1 A SERIES OF MISFORTUNES, SORROWNESS AND REJECTION IN THE LIFE OF ANITA DESAI WOMEN'S CHARACTERS IN THE NOVEL OF FASTING, FEASTING
Dr. Sandeep Kumar
Assistant Professor
Department of English
Govt. College for Women, Gohana.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.10.2.253
253-255
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