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Research Journal of English Language and Literature (RJELAL) an International Journal open access print and online, indexed, peer reviewed and refereed  journal that provides rapid publication (quarterly) of articles in all areas Related to English Language and Literature, Linguistics of the subject. Philosophy of RJELAL guides it to map new frontiers in emerging and developing areas in research, Teaching, industry and governance as well as to link with centers of excellence worldwide to stimulate young minds for creating knowledge based community

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NEED FOR ACCURACY: THE IMPORTANCE OF TRUTH IN NARRATIVE NON-FICTION.
 VIDHAN BHAIYA
University Scholar, Northeastern University
1-5
1 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGYIN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING FOR TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT COURSES
DABBARA RAJESH
Asst. Professor of English SreeVidyanikethan Engineering College, A.Rangampet, Chittoor, A.P
6-8
AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES IN NATIVE SETTLEMENT
Dr. G. SRILATHA
Reader in English, P.B. Siddartha College of Arts & Science, Vijayawada
9-15
PROBLEMS OF RURAL LEARNERS IN LEARNING ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN TECHNICAL INSTITUIONS - ADAPTABLE SOLUTIONS
 M.RAJESHWARI
Lecturer in English, Govt. Polytechnic, Rajampet, A.P. India
16-19
1 PORTRAYAL OF EMOTIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECT OF WOMEN CHARACTERS IN SHASHI DESHPANDE'S THE INTRUSION AND OTHER STORIES
Dr. PRADEEP KUMAR SINGH
Guest Faculty, Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Gramodaya Vishwavidalaya, Satna (M.P.)
20-23
A MODERN RENDITION OF THE FRENCH FOLKTALE “BLUEBEARD”
WAHAJ UNNISA WARDA
24-27
The ESL Teaching-Learning Pedagogy:as Envisaged in Indian Higher Education
Dr. Chandrasena M. Rajeswaran
 Associate Professor, Department of English, Dr. M.G.R. Educational and Research Institute (Deemed to be University u/s 3 of the UGC Act 1956) Chennai - 600 095
28-32
ERNEST HEMINGWAY’S ACHIEVEMENTS AND SHORTCOMINGS IN HIS NOVELS
 R.SAVITHA1, Dr. LAXMI DHAR DWIVEDI2
1Research Scholar, School of Social Science and Languages, VIT University, Vellore, Tamilnadu, India
2Associate Professor of English, School of Social Science and Languages, VIT University, Vellore, Tamilnadu, India
33-36
THE OPTIMISTIC SPIRIT OF ROBERT BROWNING
Dr. MARIAM THOMAS
 Head, Dept. of English, Mahatma Jyotiba Fule College, Amravati
37-42
1 SUPPRESSION TO IDENTITY: A CRITICAL STUDY OF POSTCOLONIAL INDIAN WOMEN WRITERS IN ENGLISH
 MONIKA YADAV
Research scholar, M.M.University, Mullana (Ambala)
43-48
1 SITA – “THE BORN VISHNU” IN AMISH TRIPATHI’S SITA: WARRIOR OF MITHILA
S. LAVANYA
 Assistant Professor of English Sri Sarada College for Women (Autonomous), (Affiliated to Periyar University) Fairlands, Salem. Tamil Nadu, India
49-55
1 IMPORTANCE OF WATER AS DEPICTED IN ERNEST HEMINGWAY’S “TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT”
 NONGMAITHEM SURAJ KUMAR
Research Scholar, Nagaland University
56-59
1 COMPARISON OF WAR ELEMENTS AND THE SIMILARITIES BETWEEN THE CHARACTERS OF MAHABHARATA AND THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE FROM CHRONICLES OF NARNIA
S.KARTHICK
Student, Department of English, PSG College of Arts & Science, Coimbatore, India
60-63
1 THE SISYPHEAN LIFE AS IN KOBO ABE’S THE WOMAN IN THE DUNES
 S. MANOJ
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH, AGURCHAND MANMULL JAIN COLLEGE (SHIFT II) AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS, MEENAMBAKKAM, CHENNAI 600114
64-68
FRUITION OF AN INDIVIDUAL IN A CLAUSTROPHOBIC ATMOSPHERE, WAY OF THE WORLD FOR LESSER FORTUNATE BRETHREN
 UMA RAJMOHAN1, Dr.T.V.S.PADMAJA2
1Assistant Professor , 2Principal& Head Valliammal College for Women , E-9, Anna Nagar East,Chennai – 600102
69-72
NARRATION OF THE SELF: A STUDY OF BAMA’S KARAKKU AND SANGATI IN A SUBALTERNIST PERSPECTIVE
ELIZABETH ZACHARIAH1, Dr.MATHEW P.JOSEPH2
 1Research Scholar, Research and Development Centre, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore. 2Research Supervisor, Research and Development Centre, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
73-77
1 COMICS, IN ALL ITS GLORY
S. MANOJ
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH, AGURCHAND MANMULL JAIN COLLEGE (SHIFT II) AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS, MEENAMBAKKAM, CHENNAI 600114
78-82
1 SELF-IDENTITY, ALIENATION AND GENDERED MEMORY IN ZADIE SMITH'S WHITE TEETH: CHARACTER ANALYSIS OF IRIE
JAYA KUMAR ANDRU1 & Dr. D. JYOTHIRMAI2
1 Research Scholar, Department of English, Adikavi Nannaya University, Rajamahendravaram  2Associate Professor, Department of English, Adikavi Nannaya University, Rajamahendravaram
83-87
CONFLICT AND IDENTITY IN SHASHI DESHPANDE’S ROOTS AND SHADOWS
Dr. ARUN KUMAR SINGH
 Assistant Professor of English, Govt. College Bhaisma, Distt.—Korba (C.G.)
88-92
A LITERARY ANALYSIS OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN SHASHI DESHPANDE’S THE DARK HOLDS NO TERROR
RUPNIKA KATHARPI
Student, Assam University, Diphu Campus Karbi Anglong, Assam
93-96
SCREAMING VOICES ON THE SILVER SCREEN: PORTRAYAL OF SUBJUGATED WOMEN IN SELECTED MOVIES OF SHYAMA PRASAD
NAMITHA ELIZABETH SMART
 MA English Language and Literature Kerala, India
97-101
1 University Undergraduate Candidates in Conducting Individual Research Projects
FAWZIA ABUGELA SALEM ALBAWE
Research Scholar, Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences, Allahabad, U.P, India
102-105
OLD AGE, ILLNESS & DEATH IN THE POETRY OF KAMLA DAS
Dr. VIVEK DUBE
Asst. Professor of English Govt. P.G. College, Khargone (M.P.)
106-109
MILLENNIAL LEARNERS-IS A NEW TEACHING STRATEGY REQUIRED?
 Dr. S.USHA MENON1, Dr.C.ALAMELU2
1Prof. & Head, Dept. of English,SRM Easwari Engineering College, Chennai 2Division Chair & Prof, SSL,VIT Chennai
110-113
1 ENCOUNTER IN UMBUGLAND: AN AMPLIFICATION OF THE IDEA OF HYPOCRISY
Dr. SMITA MISHRA
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR GRADE III AMITY INSTITUTE OF ENGLISH STUDIES AND RESEARCH AMITY UNIVERSITY SECTOR 125,NOIDA, UTTAR PRADESH
114-117
UTILITY OF TECHNOLOGY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING
Dr. SANGEETA MAHESH
 Assistant Professor of English, Moradabad Institute of Technology, Moradabad
118-121
PROTAGONIST'S CONDITION IN ARUNDHATI ROY’S NOVEL THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS
 Dr. PARAMJEET KAUR
G.M.N College, Ambala Cantt
122-125
1 PROBLEMS RELATED TO TEACHING/LEARNING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN MANIPUR
Dr. M. RAMESHWOR SINGH
 Assistant Professor, P.G. Department of English D.M. College of Arts, Imphal
126-132
1 EFFECTS OF INTEGRATING SMART PHONES AND CELL PHONES INSIDE CLASSROOMS FOR INCREASING THE MOTIVATION OF LEARNING MESSAGES WRITING SKILLS AMONG ENGLISH LEARNERS
FAWZIA ABUGELA SALEM ALBAWE
 Research Scholar, Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences, Allahabad, U.P, India
133-136
CONSTRUCTION OF IDENTITY AND POST-MODERN NARRATIVE IN ORHAN PAMUK’S THE BLACK BOOK
GEETA SHREE
 H.N.B Garhwal University Srinagar Garhwal, Uttarakhand
137-140
FROM RITUAL TO DRAMATIC ART THE UKWA WAR DANCE OF EKID PEOPLE
UWEM AFFIAH, PhD1, JAYNE OWAN2
 1,2Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria
141-152
THE CONCEPT OF LOVE IN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE: THE IDEA OF LOVE IN CHAUCER’S TROILUS AND CRISEYDE
Berna Köseoğlu
Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature Kocaeli University, Department of English Language and Literature, Kocaeli, Turkey
153-159
1 RETRIBUTION AND THE CRIMINAL’S RIGHT FOR REHABILITATION IN ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE’S SHERLOCK HOLMES STORIES
Dr. S. MAHESWARI
Assistant Professor of English, Sri Sarada College for Women (Autonomous), Salem, Tamil Nadu.
160-163
GRAMSCI’S NOTION OF SUBALTERNITY AND BERNSTEIN’S PEDAGOGIC DISCOURSE: THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR LANGUAGE LEARNING IN INDIA
ESAYA BRITTO R
Research Scholar, Department of English, St. Joseph’s College, Thiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu, India
164-168
GLOBAL CONCERNS IN MCEWAN
 Dr.RUTH PANDEY
 Assistant Professor, Institute of Technology & Management, GIDA.Gorakhpur
170-172
GROTESQUE MOTIFS IN CLASSICAL LITERATURE AS MOTIVES OF MILLENIALS’ AFFECTIONTO SCARY STORIES
 SHERILL A. GILBAS, Ph.D.
 Associate Professor 2 Sorsogon State College, Sorsogon City, Philippines
173-179
1 ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS: JANE AUSTEN’S PORTRAIT OF REGENCY GENTLEMEN IN PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
RENU GOSWAMI1, Dr. RITU KUMARAN2
 1Research Scholar, Department of English, AISECT UNIVERSITY, Bhopal.  2Professor, Department of English, AISECT UNIVERSITY, Bhopal
180-183
ECO-MARXSIM IN THE HUNGRY TIDE BY AMITAV GHOSH
 Dr.S.LAVANYA1, T.S.VATHANAM2
 1Assistant Professor, 2Ph.D Scholar Department of English, PSGR Krishnammal College for Women, Coimbatore
184-188
VICTIMIZATION IN ANITA RAU BADAMI’S “CAN YOU HEAR THE NIGHTBIRD CALL?”
 B. R. LAKSHMI1, Dr.G.HAMPAMMA2, Dr.V.B.CHITRA3 1Research Scholar,JNTUA, Anantapuramu 2Vice-Principal( Academics ), MITS, Madanapalli. 3Asst. Professor, Dept. of English, JNTUA, Anantapuramu
189-193
SECULARISM IN POLITICS IN SALMAN RUSHDIE’S NOVEL TWO YEARS EIGHT MONTHS AND TWENTY EIGHT NIGHTS
Dr. D.DEVI
IFET College of Engineering, Gangarampalyam, Villupuram, Vallavanur Post.
194-201
1 VISUAL POLLUTION AND ECO-DYSTOPIA: A STUDY OF BILLBOARDS AND SIGNS IN BHARATPUR METROPOLITAN CITY
KAMAL KRISHNA KHANAL
Associate Professor, Dept. of English, Birendra M. Campus (Tribhuvan University), Chitwan, Nepal
202-208
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