rjelal
RJELAL

Submission open for the Vol.12 Issue 2: 2024; April-June Issue

Subscribe RJELAL Journal to your library with low cost Just 4000Rs for one Year

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

NOTE: The submission must not have been previously published, nor should it be under consideration for publication elsewhere. We also have a strict policy against plagiarism. The plagiarism is checked through two methods: reviewer check and plagiarism prevention tool. All submissions will be checked by online software before being sent to reviewers. Editor in Chief having the right to publish or reject the article in pre or post publication
updated on 01-08-2015

Journal Keywords: English Literature Journal, Print Journal, Linguistics Journal, ELT Journal, International Journal of English Literature, Indian Journal, English Literature Journal, Online English Journal, Indexed journal, English Language Journal, English Journal With Impact Factor

Submission: Article in MS Word format submit to editorrjelal@gmail.com

Please check your article format before submission to RJELAL: Title, Author and Affiliation with email address, Abstract, Key words (4-5), Introduction, Discussion, Acknowledgement (if any) References (not less less than 4-5) Annexure (if any)

The Research Journal of English Language and Literature (RJELAL) is seeking volunteer full and junior members to join its National/International Editorial Board who support our mission, values, and commitment to provide a high-quality experience for our authors. Positions will begin January 1, 2023

1 Vol.12 Issue 2: 2024 (April-June) under progress here

Author(s) Article Information Page No/PDF
1 FLIPPED LEARNING APPROACH TO FOSTER BENINESE EFL ADVANCED STUDENTS’ ORAL COMMUNICATION CASE STUDY OF
CEG VAKON
Dr (MC) Sourou Corneille TEBA
Faculty of Letters, Arts and Human Sciences, (FLASH-Adjarra) English Department,
University of Abomey-Calavi, Bénin
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.1
1-12
1
1 WOMAN AND MARRIAGE IN SUDHA MURTY’S GENTLY FALLS ON BAKULA
Dr. Sandeep Kumar
Assistant Professor of English
Govt. College for Woman, Gohana
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.13
13-15
1
1 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LOVE SONGS OF VIDYAPATI AND
NARSIMH MEHTA ON THE BASIS OF ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF
SRI AUROBINDO AND SACHIN KETKAR
Shailendra Kumar Mishra
Research Scholar, Dept. of English, Faculty of Arts,MS University of Baroda, Vadodara. &
Senior Translation Officer, Indian Coast Guard, Ministry of Defence
E-mail- shailendramishra10@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.16
16-22
1
1 INDIAN AUTOBIOGRAPHY LITERATURE: JAWAHARLAL NEHRU AND MAHATMA GANDHI'S INFLUENCE
Dr. DHARM VEER SINGH
Assistant Professor, Head of Department English, Government Degree College Tanakpur , Champawat, Uttarakhand
Email: tomardharmveersingh428@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.23
23-30
1
1 REMODELING DOGRI LITERATURE VIA FEMALE GAZE IN PADMA SACHDEV’S A DROP IN THE OCEAN
SHIKHA PAWAR
Assistant Professor, PIET, Samalkha, Panipat &
PhD Scholar, Department of English, Central University of Himachal Pradesh, Dharamshala.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.31
31-39
1
1 AN ANALYSIS OF DICKINSON’S POEMS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF TAOISM
Xiaotong Li1, Rongying Zheng2
1MA Candidate, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University,
Beijing, China.
Email:505055210@qq.com
2Associate Professor and MA supervisor, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.40
40-44
1
1 THE IMPORTANCE OF HEROISM IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN DRAMA
ABDULHADI DHIAA MAHDI,
MARWA TAHA ABID
Department of English, College of Education for Humanities, University of Diyala, 32001, Diyala , Iraq
 abdulhadi.en.hum@uodiyala.edu.iq;
marwah.en.hum@uodiyala.edu.iq.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.45
45-53
1
1 HETEROTOPIA AND SPACE: FOUCAULDIAN READING IN THE WRITINGS OF CONTEMPORARY INDIAN FICTION
SOURAV SANTRA1, Dr. MUKESH TIWARI2
1Ph.D. Research Scholar (English), C.V. Raman Global University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha Email: souravsantra6@gmail.com
2Assistant Professor, Department of HSS, C.V. Raman Global University, Bhubaneswar,
Odisha. Email: mukeshtiwari@cgu-odisha.ac.in.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.54
54-61
1
1 IDENTITY UNDER SCRUTINY: RACE AND POWER IN PAUL BEATTY’S ‘THE SELLOUT’
Dr. P. PADMA PRIYA1, Dr. S. V. RAMA RAO2
1Lecturer in English, Dr. V. S. Krishna Govt. Degree & PG College (A), Visakhapatnam, EMail: sripriyappp@gmail.com
2Lecturer in English Dr. V.S Krishna Government Degree &P.G. College. (A) Visakhapatnam E-Mail: svramarao2021@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.
62
62-70
1
1 ON INFLUENCING FACTORS OF INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
Dexuan Chang1*, Liangqiu Lyu2
1MA Candidate, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University,
Beijing, China.
*Email: 17863521518@163.com
2Professor and MA supervisor, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric
Power University, Beijing, China..
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.71
71-76
1
1 TRADITION AND REVOLT IN POST-COLONIAL SOCIETIES: A STUDY
OF WOLE SOYINKA’S DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN AND DEREK WALCOTT’S DREAM ON MONKEY MOUNTAIN
MBWOGE DELPHINE MBONG
University of Yaounde 1
Email: delphinembwoge@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.77
77-89
1
1 Artificial Intelligence to Revamp English Language Education: Emerging
Possibilities from Language Models to Prompt Engineering
Jyothis Cyriac1, Dr. Rekha K. R2
1B.Ed. Student, PKM College of Education, Madampam, Affiliated to Kannur University,
Kerala. Email: jyothispcyriac@gmail.com
2Associate Professor in English, PKM College of Education, Madampam, Kerala.
Email: rekhapkm@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.90
90-96
1
1 LIFE-NARRATIVES FROM THE MARGINS
Dr. Deepika Thalyari
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Government Degree College Subathu,
District Solan, Himachal Pradesh.
Email: deepikathalyari@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.100
100-107
1
1 Return of the Repressed: Manifestation of Freudian Id in the Short Stories of Githa Hariharan
Dr R. M. Vasanthi
Associate Professor and Head
Department of English
Nazareth Margoschis College at Pillaiyanmanai.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.108
108-113
1
1 A colonial study of Socio-Political Issues in Ngugi wa Thiongo: A Grain of Wheat
Shailja
Research Scholar, BPSMV, Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.114
114-124
1
1 Tortured Voices of the Female Protagonists in Amrita Pritam’s Pinjar and
Bapsi Sidhwa’s Ice-Candy-Man (Cracking India): A Comparative Study
Sumit
Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities, Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.125
125-130
1
1 GENDER INJUSTICE IN NURUDDIN FARAH’S NOVELS: EXPLORING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
T. C. Bhoyar1, Dr. Pradnya S. Yenkar2
1Assist. Prof. & Head, Department of English, LPPA&S College, Risod,
Email: tulashirambhoyar@gmail.com
2Principal, Vidya Bharti Mahavidyalaya, Amravati
Email.pradnyayenkar@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.131
131-142
1
1 Texting and Technological Dependence- A Negative Impact on the Writing Skill
Dr. Anup Denzil Veigas
Assistant Professor, Department of English
St Aloysius (Deemed to be University), Mangalore.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.143
143-150
1
1 DIFFERENT FORMS OF MASCULINITY IN SELECTED POEMS OF ROBERT BROWNING: A CRITICAL STUDY
Kishalaya Podder
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Kandi Raj College, Murshidabad, West Bengal,
India.
E-mail : kishalayapodder@gmail.com
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.151
151-155
1
1 Intersections of Colonialism and Ecological Crisis: Examining Doris Lessing’s The Grass is Singing from an Ecocritical Perspective
Dr. Junti Boruah
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Chandra Kamal Bezbaruah College, Teok,
Assam, India
Email: juntibaruah11@gmail.com
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.156
156-161
1
1 “The Proust Effect” ---The Trigger Effect of Sensory Memory in Adichie’s Americanah
Liu Shuangyi
MA Candidate, Faculty of English Language and Culture, Guangdong University of Foreign
Studies, Guangdong, China.
Email: liu199812162022@126.com
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.162
162-171
1
1 A PSYCHOANALYTICAL STUDY OF THE SELECT FOLK TALES OF THE  NORTHEAST INDIAN WRITERS MAMANG DAI AND LINTHOI CHANU
PREETY SOIBAM1, Dr. SUMITRA HUIDROM2
1MA in English, Gautam Buddha University, Greater Noida UP
Email: preetysoibam88@gmail.com
2Assistant Professor & Head of Department, Department of English & Modern European
Languages, School of Humanities & Social sciences, Gautam Buddha University, Greater
Noida, UP  Email:sumitra@gbu.ac.in.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.172
172-179
1
1 THE QUEST FOR IDENTITY IN SHYAM BENEGAL’S JUNOON
BHAVYA BHARDWAJ
Independent Scholar,
MA English, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi, India
Email: Bhardwaj.bhavya81@gmail.com
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.180
180-185
1
1 SOME TECHNIQUES IN TEACHING VOCABULARY TO ENGLISH
LEARNERS
Nguyen Thi Tuyen
Lecturer of English at Ho Chi Minh City University of Natural Resources and Environment, Vietnam
Email: tuyennt@hcmunre.edu.vn
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.186
186-190
1
1 POSTCOLONIAL APPROACHES TO ECOCRITICAL ISSUES AND
ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY
Sumit Saha
Independent Researcher, Diploma in Spanish Language St. Paul’s Cathedral Mission College, Kolkata
Email: sumitsaha892@gmail.com
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.191
191-197
1
1 THE INDIVIDUAL IN THE EYES OF RALPH WALDO EMERSON &
FRIEDRICH WILHELM NIETZSCHE
Eman M. Ghanem
Department of English Language and Literature, The University of Jordan, Jordan
E-mail: areghanem07@yahoo.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.198
198-203
1
1 RE-LIVING THE "DREAM ON MONKEY MOUNTAIN": AN INTERDISCIPLINARY ANALYSIS
Soumyadeb Roy
Independent Researcher
e-mail: roysoumyadeb@gmail.com
ORCID ID: 0009-0003-3489-6116.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.204
204-214
1
1 A STUDY OF ESCAPISM IN THE MINISTRY OF UTMOST HAPPINESS BY
ARUNDHATI ROY
S. Rhema1, Dr. T. Senthamarai2
1Research Scholar, Department of English, Vels Institute of Science, Technology and
Advanced Studies Chennai
Professor and Head, Department of English, Vels Institute of Science, Technology and
Advanced Studies Chennai.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.215
215-219
1
1 SATYAVATI: THE UNCONQUERED MATRIARCH IN KAVITA KANE’S
THE FISHER QUEEN’S DYNASTY
Parinitha B.
Research Scholar, College of Social Sciences & Humanities, Srinivas University, Mangalore,
India & Assistant Professor,Department of English and Other Languages, Bharata Mata
College of Commerce and Arts, Aluva, Ernakulam, Kerala, India..
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.220
220-225
1
1 RESISTANCE AND RESILIENCE IN NATIVE LITERATURE: A STUDY
OF SELECT TEXTS OF DORIS PILKINGTON AND LOUISE ERDRICH
Dr. Daisy Verma1, Kusum2
1Associate Professor of English, Department of English, Himachal Pradesh University
Shimla
2Ph.D. Research Scholar, Department of English, HP University Shimla.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.226
226-233
1
1 EXAMINING THE TRANSFORMATION OF AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL
SPACE FROM THE CENTER TO THE MARGIN: A DALIT PERSPECTIVE
Dr. Bijaya Kumar Sethi
Assistant Professor of English
Vikram Dev University, Jeypore, Odisha
Email: bijaykumarsethi1@gmail.com
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.234
234-241
1
1 CLASS DISPARITY IN INDIAN SOCIETY: A STUDY OF MAJOR NOVELS BY PROFESSOR VIKAS SHARMA
Dr. Shailendra1, Praneti Sethi2
1Associate professor, Department of English, MMDC, Khekra.
Email: saal7298@gmail.com
2Research Scholar, CCSU, Meerut.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.242
242-247
1
1 Nadiya Hashimi's The Pearl That Broke Its Shell: A Searing Tale of Cracked Identities and Intergenerational Trauma of Afghan Women in the Maelstrom of Gender Dynamics
Dr. Purnima Bhardwaj1, Dilkesh Gangwar2
1Assistant Professor of English, Govt. P. G. College, Bisalpur, Pilibhit (M. J. P. Rohilkhand
University, Bareilly) UP, India
Email: nimisha.mrt@gmail.com
2Research Scholar, Govt. P.G. College Bisalpur Pilibhit, ( M. J. P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly) UP, India
Email: kumardilkesh2209@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.12.2.248
248-256
1
  Please note that this journal issue is still being developed and that the contents listed here are tentative.  

Types of papers accepting     


Scope of the Journal

 

Research Journal of English Language and Literature (RJELAL) is an open access journal that provides rapid publication (quarterly) of articles in all areas Related to English Language and Literature of the subject.

The scopes of the journal include, but are not limited to, the following topics:

Literatures  written in the English language, English linguistics, English sociolinguistics, translation studies and related areas,  African literatures, literature appreciation, cultural studies, literary styles, Asian English’s  as well as Asian literatures in English, including Asian diasporic literature and Asian literatures in translation, the connection between stylistics, critical theory, linguistics and literary criticism, and their applications in teaching to native and non-native speaking students, CALL; CLT and TBLT ;Computational Linguistics ;Corpus linguistics; Discourse and Inter language Pragmatics; Discourse and Organization; ELT Materials Development and Evaluation; English Globalization English Language Teacher Education.....More

Publication Fee

Open access publishing is not without costs. RJELAL therefore charges  (See Below) as Article Processing Charge for each article accepted for publication after double-blind review. We routinely waive charges for authors from low-income countries. For other countries, article-processing charge waivers or discounts are granted on a case-by-case basis to authors with insufficient funds. Authors can apply for a waiver or discount during the submission process

___Research Article, Review & Short Communications: For Authors Affiliated to Indian Institutions  2000Rs/For Others 100US$ (online only),

_____Express mode: 3000Rs for Indian Authors,150$ for Others (Publish within 72 hours) online only*

_____For Printed copy :1000Rs (Indian Address)

______For Others: one printed copy 55US$ + Shipping charge depending upon origin country
* contact editor for more details & Conditions Apply

 

 

Image result for attribution-noncommercial-noderivatives 4.0 international
This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International