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1Vol.8. Issue 3.2020  (Under Progress)

1 THE SIGNIFICATION(S) OF NOTHING: A DERRIDEAN READING OF WILLIAM
FAULKNER’S THE SOUND AND THE FURY
Dr. JIJU VARGHESE JACOB
Asst. Professor of English, Govt. Arts and Science College, Elanthoor, Pathanamthitta (Dist.), Kerala
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.1
1-12
1
1 THE IMPACT OF SUDANESE REVOLUTION ON CHANGING THE SOCIAL MARKER OF
SUDANESE SLANG LANGUAGE
FARAH AHMED DAWAINA ADAM
MA in Applied Linguistics
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.13
13-20
1
THE FARCICAL INCONGRUITY IN THE COMPROMISES ACCEPTED BY WOMEN TO MAINTAIN STABILITY IN SOCIETY: A DOLL’S HOUSE TO THAPPAD
DELONY MANUVEL
Research Scholar
K.R. Mangalam University, Haryana
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.21
21-24
1
1 TEACHING ABOUT CULTURE
A TREND TOWARDS DEVELOPING ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY
AHMED MOHAMED KHAIR ABDULLAH
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Taif University, Rania University College , English Language Programme
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.25
25-29
1
ANALYSIS OF THE ANIMAL FARM NOVEL USING THE PSYCHOANALYTIC CRITICISM
ZINAB HAMOOD SAEED
M.A Student at Istanbul Aydin University
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.30
30-33
1
1 SCAFFOLDING FOR MEANINGFUL INTERACTIONS: A SOLUTION FOR STUDENTS FROM
MULTICULTURAL BACKGROUNDS IN OVERSIZED CLASSROOMS
Dan Tam Thi Nguyen
Faculty of Social Sciences and International Languages, Department of English Language
Hong Bang International University, Vietnam
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.34
34-44
1
PERLOCUTIONARY ACT OF VISUAL POETRY: A CASE STUDY OF E.E.CUMMINGS’S POEM IN JUST-
Min Sun*1, Xueyong Yu2
1,2Hangzhou Dianzi University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.45
45-50
1
CINDERELLA: THROUGH THE LENS OF FEMINISM
SHARMIN SUMAYAH
Lecturer, Department of English, City University, Bangladesh
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.51
51-55
1
1 THE GALLOWS HUMOUR IN NEIL SIMON’S THE GINGERBREAD LADY
Dr. B. SOUNDARY
Assistant Professor, Department of English, St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous), Palayamkottai, Tamil Nadu, India
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.56
56-59
1
1 CHINUA ACHEBE: A NOVELIST OF RELIGIOUS CONFLICT AND SOCIAL CRISIS
Dr. RATNESH BARANWAL
Assistant Professor in English, K.N.I.P.S.S. Sultanpur (U.P.)
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.60
60-63
1
MOTHERHOOD IN INDIA: MYTHS, THEORIES AND LITERATURE
ARPITA DEY1, Dr.DIPENDU DAS2
1PhD Research Scholar, Department of English, Assam University, Silchar
2Professor, Dept. of English, Assam University
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.64
64-70
1
1 READING WATER AS FILM AND NOVEL
Dr. RAKESH RANA
Associate Professor (English)
Jawahar Lal Nehru Govt. College Haripur (Manali), Distt. Kullu. H.P.175136
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.71
71-76
1
HUMAN-ANIMAL COEXISTENCE: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL READING OF SELECT
CHILDREN’S MOVIES
Dr. CHITRA.V.S1, Dr. BALAMURALI.R.S2
1Assistant Professor, Department of English, Mahatma Gandhi College, Thiruvananthapuram.
2Assistant Professor & Head, Department of Zoology, Mahatma Gandhi College,
Thiruvananthapuram
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.77
77-83
1
1 THE PERFORMANCE OF CRIME AS A DISPLAY OF POWER IN BELOVED AND
THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS
UDITA CHAKRABORTY
Department of English, St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous), Kolkata
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.84
84-86
1
THE DISPUTED PLACE OF HUMANS IN ECOLOGICAL TALKS
BIBIN EMMANUEL
St Thomas College, Arunapuram, Kottayam Dt, Kerala
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.87
87-90
1
1 PREFERENCE AND LOVE IN THOMAS HARDY’S A PAIR OF BLUE EYES
SHOBHANA SINGH1, Dr. PAVAN BARELIA2
1Ph.D Scholar, Jiwaji University, Gwalior.
2Research Supervisor, VRG Girls P.G.College, Gwalior, M.P.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.91
91-94
1
1 SELF-EXPLORATION IN A HOUSE FOR MR. BISWAS
SUMA GILBERT
Research Scholar, University of Mysore, Mysuru, Karnataka
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.95
95-97
1
SIGNS AND CODES IN ADAOKERE AGBASIMALO’S THE FOREST DAMES
EKWUEME JOEKIN*1, BITRUS SAMAILA ZUBAIRU2, SAMAILA YAKUBU3
1PhD Scholar, Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State,Nigeria
2Lecturer, Department of English and Literary Studies Taraba State University, Jalingo, Taraba State,Nigeria
3Lecturer, Department of English and Literary Studies, Federal University, Wukari, Taraba State, Nigeria
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.98
98-111
1
THREE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF NATURE IN ‘THE BACHELOR OF ARTS’ BY
R. K. NARAYAN
Dr. INDU GOYAL
Head & Associate Professor, Department of English, Allahabad P.G. College,
(A constituent college of University of Allahabad), Prayagraj
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.112
112-118
1
SHAKESPEARE IN EVERYDAY LIFE
KUHOO SINGH
MA student in Durg University, Chhattisgarh, India
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.119
119-121
1
1 MYTHS AND HELLENISM IN THE POETRY OF PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY
PRAGATI BARETHIA
Research Scholar, Jiwaji University, Madhya Pradesh
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.122
122-126
1
DUAL INTERPRETATION OF RACISM IN SELECTIVE NARRATIVES OF THE
MARGINALIZED
ANUSHKA KANSARA
Student, Department of English, St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous),
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.127
127-133
1
‘DON’T KILL HIM: THE STORY OF MY LIFE WITH BHAGWAN RAJNEESH’ BY MA
ANAND SHEELA: CRITICAL ASSESSMENT
JASLEEN KAUR
Student, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala-147001, Punjab.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.134
134-139
1
1 DEVIATION OF BILDUNGSROMAN AND INNER-SELF OF MOSES IN THE NOVEL
“BLACK MOSES” BY ALAIN MABANKOU
Dr.S. JASMINE PRABHA
Assistant Professor in English, Department of English, Sarah Tucker College, Palayamkottai
Tirunelveli.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.140
140-148
1
1 MORALITIES IN ‘OZYMANDIAS’ BY PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY
VIDHYA K R
Assistant Professor, Department of English, VISTAS.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.149
149-151
1
METAMORPHOSIS OF A HERMAPHRODITE: THE STORY OF CAL
SMITHA MARY SEBASTIAN
Assistant Professor
Kristu Jayanti College, Karnataka
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.152
152-155
1
1 P.D. JAMES (AN UNSUITABLE JOB FOR A WOMAN) - A FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE
SOMYA
Ph.D Research Scholar & Assistant Professor of English Department of English, University of Delhi
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.156
156-160
1
1 SOCIAL WORRIES IN KAMALA MARKANDAYA’S BOMBAY TIGER AND ARAVIND ADIGA’S THE WHITE TIGER
JYATI DIXIT1*, Dr. BIPIN CHANDRA PANDEY2
1Research Scholar, M. M. P G College Modinagar, Ghaziabad U.P., & Asst. Professor of English, K.K. Pt. Badridutt Pandey Government PG College Bageshwar, Uttarakhand
2Associate Professor of English, M. M. P G College Modinagar, Ghaziabad, U.P.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.161
161-167
1
1 Coleridge and his supernaturalism...
RATNA BISWAS
Assistant Teacher, Department of English
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.168
168-172
1
1 COLONIALISM AND CARIBBEANISM AS REFLECTED IN SIR V.S. NAIPAUL’S
“MIDDLE PASSAGE”
Dr. NARENDRA KUMAR YADAV
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Shri Chitragupta (P.G) College,
Mainpuri, U.P., India
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.173
173-177
1
1 DALIT FEMINISM: A PERSPECTIVE ON BAMA'S SANGATI
GURDEV SINGH
Research Scholar, NIILM University, Kaithal, Haryana
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.178
178-182
1
THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPTIC SCARE: POPULAR CINEMA AND CONTEMPORARY
PANDEMIC POLITICS
VIVEK V. S.
Research Scholar, Dept. of English, Pondicherry University, Puducherry - 605014 & Assistant Professor, Dept. of English, E. K. Nayanar Memorial Govt. College, Elerithattu, Kasaragod, Kerala – 671314
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.183
183-189
1
1 CHILD’S ACQUISITION OF SYNTACTIC STRUCTURE IN MAGAHI
MANJESH KUMAR
(CL, SLLsCS, JNU)
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.190
190-196
1
CHILD’S ACQUISITION OF SYNTACTIC STRUCTURE IN MAGAHI
MANJESH KUMAR
(CL, SLLsCS, JNU)
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.190
190-196
1
1 FUTILITY OF THE HUMAN STRUGGLE IN ARTHUR ADAMOV’S LE PING-PONG
YAHYA ALI MUTAHER AL-QADHI1,
Dr. SADASHIV R. PAWAR2
1Ph.D. Scholar, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad-MS
2Research Guide and Head, Dept. of English, Shri A. B. College, Deogaon Rangari, Kannad,
Aurangabad-MS, India
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.197
197-201
1
THE PHENOMENON OF FEMALE CULTURE IN SEASON OF CRIMSON BLOSSOMS
Dr. SUMAN YADAV
Department of English, University of Lucknow
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.202
202-206
1
A STUDY ON THE CONCEPTS OF SRI CHAKRA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO
KAKKANADAN’S “SRI CHAKRAM”
KRISHNA KUNJIKUTTAN K
Research Student, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.207
207-210
1
THE ART OF REMEMBERING: NOSTALGIA IN ARUNDHATI SUBRAMANIAM’S POETRY
MANJARI THAKUR
MPhil Research Scholar, Jadavpur University
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.211
211-215
1
1 URBAN TRUTH AND PRIMITIVE SENSIBILITY EXPOSED IN ARUN JOSHI’S THE
STRANGE CASE OF BILLY BISWAS AND JOSEPH CONRAD’S HEART OF DARKNESS
MANMOHAN KRISHNA*1,
Dr. ANUPAM KUMAR2
1Research Scholar, Bhupendra Narayan Mandal University, Madhepura
2Associate Professor, IIMT College of Engineering, Greater Noida
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.216
216-220
1
SIR ARNOLD WESKER’S PLAY “THE KITCHEN”: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE PLAY IN THE LIGHT OF KITCHEN SINK DRAMA
ANKITA
PhD Research Scholar, Department of English, Lalit Narayan Mithila University
Darbhanga, Bihar, India
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.221
221-226
1
1 ECOLOGICAL CONSCIUOSNESS AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE IN THE SELECTED POEMS OF TORU DUTT AND MARY OLIVER
BHISHMA KUMAR
UGC NET-JRF
PhD Research Scholar, Department of English, Patna University, Patna
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.227
227-231
1
1 MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS IN SOUTH ASIAN FICTION: CONFLICTING CONTOURS
OF GENDER ROLES
Dr. JITENDER RISHI PARMAR
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Hindu College Sonipat, Haryana
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.232
232-237
1
THE DEPRIVATION OF MORAL AND ETHICS IN THE MALE CHARACTERS OF
VIJAY TENDULKAR
NETRA PAL1, Dr. ALKA MEHRA2
1Research Scholar, Kanya Bhood Degree CollegeBareilly (UP).
2Research Supervisor, Assistant Professor & H O D., English Dept., Govt. PG. College Bisalpur Pilibhit.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.238
238-240
1
THE DESOLATE WOMAN: A CRITICAL READING OF SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR’S
‘MARCELLE’
Dr. AMEER AHMAD KHAN
Assistant Professor, Dept. of English, G.F. College Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh India
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.241
241-243
1
DIFFERENCES IN ADDRESSING THE GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN THE WRITINGS OF MAYA ANGELOU AND SYLVIA PLATH: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF STILL I RISE AND LADY LAZARUS
Dr. GEETHU ANNE MATHEW1,
DIVYA HARIHARAN2
1Assistant Professor of English, Department of English Studies, Bayan College, Sultanate of Oman
2Lecturer of English, Department of English Studies, Bayan College, Sultanate of Oman
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.244
244-247
1
EXPLORATION OF SUPERNATURAL ELEMENTS IN ‘THE HOUSE OF SEVEN GABLES’
Dr.KAJAL KUMARI
L.N.M.U, Darbhanga
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.248
248-252
1
A QUEST FOR ENLIGHTENMENT IN HERMANN HESSE’S SIDDHARTHA
ARCHANA KUMARI
Research scholar, University department of English, Ranchi University Ranchi.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.253
253-260
1
1 AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL UPSURGE OF WOMEN IN POST-COLONIAL INDIA
PARAMITA CHAKRABORTY
Research Scholar, Department of Post Graduate Studies & Research in English,
Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.261
261-264
1
1 A STUDY ON THE PROBLEMS OF TEACHING ENGLISH IN THE SECONDARY LEVEL SCHOOLS (CLASS-IX & X) OF ASSAM
PRANJAL SAIKIA
Ph.D. Scholar, Mahatma Gandhi University, Meghalaya.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.265
265-273
1
TRACING ADULTHOOD IN INDIAN COMICS FOR CHILDREN
ABHISHEK CHANDEL1,
ANURADHA SHARMA2
1Research Scholar, Department of English, Kurukshetra
2Assistant Professor, Department of English, G.C.W Tosham.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.274
274-277
1
1 PRESERVING AND RETAINING CULTURE BEING GLOBAL
Dr. KIRTI SAXENA
Lecturer, G.S. College of Commerce & Economics, Nagpur.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.278
278-281
1
1 PEDAGOGIES IN LANGUAGE TEACHING: A PARADIGM SHIFT
Dr. NISHI SHARMA1, Dr. DEEPA TYAGI2
1,2Assistant Professor, JSSATE, NOIDA.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.3.282
282-285
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