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1Submission Open for Volume 9, Issue 2: 2021

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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LANGUAGE, CULTURE AND IDENTITY AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING
Nguyen Thi Le Phi
Lecturer of English at Ho Chi Minh City University of Natural Resources and Environment, Vietnam
Email: ntlphi@hcmunre.edu.vn
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.1
1-7
1
1 MYTHICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF UNVEILING THE CONCEPT OF NEELKANTH IN AMISH TRIPATHI’S THE IMMORTALS OF MELUHA
THIRAVIADURAI. S
Ph. D Research Scholar, Department of English, PRIST University, Thanjavur, Tamilnadu, India
E.mail: thiraviadurai@gmail.com.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.8
8-11
1
HULLABALOO IN THE GUAVA ORCHARD: A READING OF THE FEMININE PSYCHE
DHAVALESWARAPU RATNA HASANTHI
Research Scholar (Ph. D)(UGC-SRF)
Dept. of English
Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.12
12-22
1
PSYCHOLOGY OF RASKOLNIKOV IN CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
KOMAL YADAV
RESEARCH SCHOLAR, KHAIRA, NAJAFGARH, NEW DELHI-110043.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.23
23-26
1
1 THE (NON) - REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN MARY SHELLEY'S FRANKENSTEIN
ARADHANA JYALA
Former Assistant Professor (contractual), Dept. of English, Government Degree College, Tanakpur, Champawat, Uttarakhand, India.
E-mail: aradhana.jyala@gmail.com.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.27
23-31
1
LIMITATIONS OF COMPARATIVE-HISTORICAL METHOD IN CHINESE STUDIES
Lei Shen
Email:741993500@qq.com.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.32
32-34
1
A TRANSGRESSION LOOK INTO THE TRANSGENDER WOMEN OF IRELAND IN PATRICK MCCABE’S ‘BREAKFAST ON PLUTO’
Zaina A. Abdelsamad
Istanbul Aydin University, Turkey.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.35
35-41
1
ELIZABETH BENNET: THE CEREBRAL WOMAN IN JANE AUSTEN’S
‘PRIDE AND PREJUDICE’
RITUPARNA CHATTERJEE
Faculty, Department of Language and Social Science, The Aditya Birla Public School Bhubaneswar, Bhubaneswar-752050, Odisha
Email: chatterjeeritu29@gmail.com.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.42
42-45
1
A COGNITIVE INTERPRETATION OF CONCEPTUAL METAPHORS IN
“WAITING FOR GODOT”
JINGYI YE
Master Candidate, Department of Humanities and Communication, Zhejiang University of Finance & Economics, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
Email:yjy459655554@163. com.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.46
46-53
1
Acquisition of Nouns and Relational Categories Among Young ESL Learners in India
VIJAYA
Assistant Professor
The English and Foreign Languages University, Lucknow.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.53
54-60
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Analyzing Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice as Historical Fiction: An Inter-disciplinary Approach to Understanding Social Differentiation in 19th Century Regency Era
Dr. CHANDNI SENGUPTA1,
Dr. PARUL YADAV2
1Senior Research Fellow, Public Policy Research Centre, New Delhi
2Associate Professor, Amity School of Liberal Arts, Amity University Haryana.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.61
61-65
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1 IMPLEMENTING COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING IN A COMPULSORY ENGLISH CLASS
Dr. PRASAD R DAGWALE
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Padmashri Vikhe Patil College Pravaranagar, Maharashtra.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.66
66-68
1
1 THE IMAGES OF FLASHBACK AND FLASH FORWARD DIGRESSIONS AND DISTORTIONS IN THE NARRATIVE SEQUENCES OF AMITAV GHOSH’S NOVEL
RIVER OF SMOKE
Y. RAGHUNATHA RAO1, Prof. PARVATHI V2
1Ph.D Research Scholar, JNTUH, Hyderabad & Assistant Professor, MLR Institute of Technology, Hyderabad, Telangana State
2Professor, JNTUH, Hyderabad.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.69
69-73
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THE THEME OF SUFFERING IN CHARLES DICKENS’S LITERARY WORKS WITH REFERENCE TO HIS NOVEL "GREAT EXPECTATION"
Mohammed Ali Elsiddig1,
Dr. Abdalla Yassin Abdalla2
1Sudan University of Science and Technology, College of languages
2Sudan University of Science and Technology, College of languages.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.74
74-81
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Developing Verbal Ability of ESL Engineering Students: Impact of Web Applications
George Mathew Nalliveettil
Department of Humanities and Sciences, Vignana Bharathi Institute of Technology, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.82
82-99
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1 EMPOWERING UNPRIVILEGED WOMEN AND GIRLS THROUGH ENGLISH EDUCATION: A ROAD TO SOCIO-ECONOMIC MOBILITY
Dr. A K LEENA
High School Teacher, St. Joseph’s High School Chathiath, Cochin 12, Kerala.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.100
100-104
1

THE THEME OF SUFFERING IN CHARLES DICKENS’S LITERARY WORKS WITH REFERENCE TO HIS NOVEL "OLIVER TWIST"
Mohammed Ali Elsiddig1,
Dr. Abdalla Yassin Abdalla2

1Sudan University of Science and Technology, College of languages
2Sudan University of Science and Technology, College of languages.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.105
105-112
1

ALIENATED LABOUR AND ITS EFFECTS IN
‘IN THE FOREST, THE SONGS AND SHACKLES’
SHIVAJIT DUTTA
Research Scholar, Dept. of Humanities and the Social Sciences, IIT, Guwahati
& Assistant Professor, Doomdooma College, Rupai Siding, Tinisukia, Assam, India.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.113
113-116
1

R.K. NARAYAN'S FICTIONAL FEMALE CHARACTERS AS TRAIL BLAZERS FOR CONTEMPORARY MODERN INDIAN WOMEN
PRITI KOOLWAL
Asst. Professor (English), P.M.B. Gujarati Commerce College, Indore (M.P.).
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.117
117-120
1

1 DIASPORIC CONCERNS AND SENSIBILITIES IN MONICA ALI’S BRICK LANE-
A CRITICAL STUDY
Dr.K.KANNAN1, R.MANIKANDAN2
1Assistant Professor of English, Dhanraj Baid Jain College (Autonomous), Chennai, Email:kannan.nithish10@gmail.com
2Assistant Professor of English, DLR Arts & Science College, Arcot, Ranipet (Dist), Email:eshmanikandan@gmail.com
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.121
121-128
1

A SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE 12 JURORS IN THE PLAY
TWELVE ANGRY MEN BY REGINALD ROSE
AMINA BEN KHELIFA
Istanbul Aydin University
Turkey
Email: info@aydin.edu.tr.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.129
129-134
1

SOCIAL DISCRIMINATION IN ARUNDHATI ROY’S “THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS”
K. SAVITHRA
Student of English, Periyar Maniammai Institute of Science and Technology,
Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu
Email: savikannan27@gmail.com.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.135
135-137
1

1 AFFIRMATION OF HUMANITY AMIDST VIOLENCE: A STUDY OF SELECT PARTITION STORIES
DEVI PRASAD GAUTAM
University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida
Email: devigautam2006@gmail.com.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.138
138-147
1

TRACING THE QUEER IMAGINARY AND BELONGING IN THE POEMS OF
AGHA SHAHID ALI AND C.P. CAVAFY
ANCHIT PANDEY
Research Scholar, Department of English, Patna University.
Email :anchitthepoet@gmail.com.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.148
148-155
1

RUSHDIE'S STYLE OF FICTION- MAGIC REALISM WEAVES THREADS OF FANTASY & MYTH, PAINTS A REALISTIC VIEW WITH HISTORICAL & POLITICAL ELEMENTS
AMANDEEP KAUR1, Dr. INDU PRABHA2
1Research Scholar (English), Reg. no. Tumarch18538/20, Tantia University, Sri Ganganagar (Rajasthan) Email: amandeepk053@gmail.com
2 Research Guide Tantia University Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.156
156-159
1

THE CRISIS OF IDENTITY IN NAIPAUL’S A HOUSE FOR MR. BISWAS AND RUSHDIE’S MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN: A STUDY IN COMPARISON
PRABHAT KUMAR1*,
INDU BHUSHAN SHARMA2
1Research Scholar, 2Professor
1Department of English, Magadh University, Bodh Gaya, India
*Email:contactprabhat27@gmail.com.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.160
160-164
1

FACTORS INFLUENCING CODE-MIXING AND CODE-SWITCHING IN KHASI AND JAIÑTIA HILLS
Dr. Esther Talang-Rao
Associate Professor, Department of English, Spicer Adventist University, Aundh Road, Ganesh Khind, Pune 411067
Email:esthertrao@gmail.com.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.165
165-172
1

EFFECTIVE WAY OF TEACHING ENGLISH THROUGH LITERATURE
Crimson Jebakumar. A.V1,
AlMuktar Abdesallam2
1Lecturer, Department of English Language, College of Education, Azaituna Univesity, Tarhuna, Libya.
Email:crimsonjeba@gmail.com.
2Lecturer, Faculty of Languages and Translation, Azaituna Univesity, Tarhuna, Libya.
Email:muk.milad@yahoo.com..
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.173
173-181
1

THIRST OF PROPENSITY TOWARDS PRIMITIVE IN ARUN JOSHI’S
THE STRANGE CASE OF BILLY BISWAS
AMIT KUMAR
Research Scholar (Ph.D.)
H N B G University, Garhwal, Uttarakhand
Email: amiteng03@gmail.com.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.182
182-186
1

STRUCTURALIST AND POST-STRUCTURALIST ATTITUDE OF ROLAND BARTHES AS EXPRESSED IN HIS S/Z AND THE DEATH OF THE AUTHOR
FARUQ AHMED
Lecturer in English, Krishnakanta Handiqui Junior College, Pathsala, Bajali (Assam)
Email: faruqaxom@gmail.com.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.9.2.187
187-190
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