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1 QUEST FOR WOMEN IDENTITY IN THE BINDING VINE BY SHASHI DESHPANDE
Dr. Manoj T. Jadhao
Asst. Professor, Department of English, Ghulam Nabi Azad Arts, Comm. & Science College, Barshitakali, Dist. Akola. (MS)
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.1
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1 ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING FOR UNDERGRADUATE ENGINEERING STUDENTS: A LEARNER-CENTERED APPROACH
Maheepathi Srinivasa Rao
Associate Professor of English, Anurag University, Venkatapur (V), Ghatkesar (M), Medchal-Malkajgiri District, Telangana State, India
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.5
5-11
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Najeeb Washaly

THE IMPACT OF COLONISATION: A CRITICAL STUDY OF CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE’S PURPLE HIBISCUS
Najeeb Washaly
Ph.D., Research scholar, Department of English, School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies, SRTM University, Nanded, Maharashtra, India Email:Nyew2013@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.12
12-19
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Km Ruby & Parul Tyagi
IMPACT OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION AND CLASS SNOBBISHNESS ON CHILDREN'S CHARACTERS: A LITERARY STUDY OF HARRY POTTER SERIES
Km Ruby1, Parul Tyagi2
1Assistant Professor, Department of English, J.S. Hindu College Amroha
2Associate Professor, Department of English, I.N. College, Meerut.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.20
20-24
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XUE JIANG & PENGYU CHEN
THE SYMBOLIC METAPHORICAL MEANINGS OF FEMALE CHASTITY IN
THE SOUND AND THE FURY
XUE JIANG1, PENGYU CHEN2*
1Associate Professor, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China
2Masters Student, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China.
*E-mail: 1404689803@qq.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.25
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SARANYA NARAYANAN
MURAKAMI’S AFTER DARK: FEMALE REPRESENTATION AND TRANSITION
SARANYA NARAYANAN
Research Scholar, Department of English,
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri, India,
Email:sharanyannair@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.32
32-36
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1 THE CONCEPT OF GOD IN BASAVANNA’S VACHANAS
Dr. BASAVARAJ TALLUR
Assistant Professor of English, Government First Grade College, Dharwad – 580008 Karnataka
Email: bstallur@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.37
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JHARANA RANI DHANGADAMAJHI
THEORY AND PRAXIS OF ‘AMBEDKARISM’ IN THE FIRST ODIA DALIT NOVEL BHEDA
JHARANA RANI DHANGADAMAJHI
Assistant Professor, School of English
Gangadhar Meher University, Amruta Vihar, Sambalpur, Odisha
Email id: jrdmajhi@gmuniversity.ac.in.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.42
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AIBHI BISWAS
INDIAN GRAPHIC NOVELS: THE NEW MODE OF STORYTELLING
AIBHI BISWAS
PhD Scholar, Department of English and Foreign Languages,
Central University of Haryana
Email- aibhibiswas@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.52
52-58
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MARYAM ABID,
TUBA RAFIQ
UMAIR ABID,
MUBASHIR K.K.
A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF LANGUAGE OF SALESPEOPLE IN ISLAMABAD WITH
REFERENCE TO GRICE’S CONVERSATIONAL MAXIMS: A CASE STUDY
MARYAM ABID1, TUBA RAFIQ2, UMAIR ABID3, MUBASHIR K.K4.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.59
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Dr. NAMITA LAXMI JAGADDEB
Understanding Nature: An Ecocritical Reading of Wordsworth’s “Tintern Abbey”
and Thoreau’s Walden
Dr. NAMITA LAXMI JAGADDEB
Lecturer in English, Mahima Degree College,
Bijapali, Dist. Jharsuguda, Odisha, India
E-mail:njagaddeb@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.68
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UNSUNG SONGS: REMEMBERING NISSIM EZEKIEL
MANJARI JHUNJHUNWALA
Associate Professor in English, Vsanata College for Women
Rajghat, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
manjarijhunjhunwala10@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.74
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SHIKARAM NEELIMA
USE OF MOBILE PHONES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING: A STUDY
SHIKARAM NEELIMA
Assistant professor, Vaagdevi Degree PG College, Warangal, Telangana, India.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.80
80-83
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AFTAB AHMAD,
Dr.H.M ARIF NADVI

MORAL AND NATURAL VALUES IN THE WRITINGS OF WILLIAM WORDSWORTH AND
RALPH WALDO EMERSON
AFTAB AHMAD1, Dr.H.M ARIF NADVI2
1Department of English, Integral University, Centre Shahjahanpur
Email id: aftabahm@iul.ac.in
2Head, Department of Languages/English, Integral University Lucknow
Email id: headeng@iul.ac.in.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.84
84-87
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1 A BUTLERIAN READING OF KARI BY AMRUTA PATIL
SURYA RAJU
Research Scholar, Dept. of English,
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore, India.
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88-94
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Dr. PARUL TYAGI, NEERAJ KUMARI

PORTRAYAL OF RURAL SOCIETY IN KAMALA MARKANDAYA’S TWO VIRGINS
Dr. PARUL TYAGI1, NEERAJ KUMARI2
1Associate Professor & Head, Department of English, INM PG College, Meerut
2Research Scholar, Department of English, INM PG College, Meerut.
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95-98
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1 THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIA
Dr. RAMESH KUMAR SHUKLA
Assistant Professor & Head
Department of English, M.L.K.P.G.College, Balrampur, U.P.,India, pin :271201
Email: rk119312@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.99
99-104
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IDEOLOGICAL REPRESENTATION OF CREATIVE AND ALIENATED LABOR IN NADAI,
AN ASSAMESE NOVEL
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.9.3.105
105-112
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1 MEMORY AND HOME: AN ANALYSIS OF SELECT POEMS OF AGHA SHAHID ALI
ANCHIT PANDEY
Research Scholar, Department of English, Patna University.
Email:Anchitthepoet@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.113
113-118
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Dr. DEBASISHA PATI
MARRIAGE AS MIRE: DECONSTRUCTION OF PATRIARCHY IN GITHA HARIHARAN’S
THE THOUSAND FACES OF NIGHT
Dr. DEBASISHA PATI
Asst. Professor of English, KKS Women's College, Balasore, Odisha, India – 756003.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.119
119-124
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Dr. PRASHANT LUTHRA
THEMATIC POSSIBILITIES IN THE POST-COVID FICTION WRITING
Dr. PRASHANT LUTHRA
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning
Prasanthi Nilayam (AP)- 515134
Email: prashantluthra@sssihl.edu.in.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.125
125-129
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ZEHARA JABEEN
AUTOBIOGRAPHY: CONSTRUCTION OF THE REMEMBERED SELF
ZEHARA JABEEN
Christ College, Cuttack.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.130
130-134
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RATUL NANDI

THINKING ETHICS AT THE INTERFACE: J.M COETZEE & THE QUESTION OF THE
ANIMAL IN DISGRACE
RATUL NANDI
Assistant Professor of English, Siliguri College, Siliguri, West Bengal 734001
Email: ratulnandi4321@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.135
135-139
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1 IMAGING ODD PATTERNS: VOICE OF THE GIRL CHILD IN ISMAT CHUGHTAI’S SHORT
STORIES
SURAMYA GUSAIN
M.A., Department of English, University of Delhi.
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140-144
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STEPHEN OKARI ONKOBA/ NICHOLAS GORO KAMAU/ALBERT RUTERE MUGAMBI
GREEK AND AFRICAN NOTIONS OF SPIRITUALITY AND GENDER IN EURIPIDES’
THE BACCHAE AND WOLE SOYINKA’S THE BACCHAE OF EURIPIDES:
A COMMUNION RITE
STEPHEN OKARI ONKOBA1, NICHOLAS GORO KAMAU2, ALBERT RUTERE MUGAMBI3
1School of Humanities and Development Studies
Department of Literary and Communication Studies, Laikipia University, Kenya
Email:okaristeven@yahoo.com.
2School of Humanities and Development Studies
Department of Literary and Communication Studies, Laikipia University, Kenya
Email:nicgoro@yahoo.com.
3School of Humanities and Development Studies. Department of Literary and Communication Studies, Laikipia University, Kenya
Email:Rutere2001@yahoo.com.

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1 COLONIAL UNCONSCIOUS IN POSTCOLONIAL BILDUNGSROMAN: A READING OF
J.M.COETZEE’S BOYHOOD AND YOUTH
INDRAJIT SARKAR
Research Scholar, Department of English, University of Calcutta
Email: indrajitsarkar448@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.155
155-161
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Chiranjeevi Jakkani
Exploring the Role of English Syllabus of B.Sc. (Agriculture) in the Development of
Critical Reading Skills of Agricultural Graduates
Chiranjeevi Jakkani
Research Scholar, School of ELE, EFL-University, Assistant Professor of English, PJTS Agricultural University
Hyderabad, Telangana State, India.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.162
162-167
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1 SUBJUGATION OF WOMEN IN NAYANTARA SAHGAL’S NOVELS
“THIS TIME OF MORNING” (1965) AND “THE DAY IN SHADOW” (1971)
Dr. MAMAN SINGH
Associate Professor, Department of English, Govt. (P.G.) College, Hisar (Haryana)
Email: mamansingh2011@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.168
168-171
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S. PREETH VAITHEESWARAN
VANDALIZATION OF INDIAN EPISTEME: A READING OF “SMALL SCALE REFLECTIONS ON A GREAT HOUSE”
S. PREETH VAITHEESWARAN
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Thiruvalluvar College, Papanasam.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.172
172-175
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NANDHITHA. U. M
URMILA - THE FORGOTTEN HEROIN: REREADING RAMAYANA
NANDHITHA. U. M
Assistant Professor of English, Gurudeva College of Advanced Studies, Koyilandy, Kozhikode, Kerala
Email: nandhitha.anju6@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.176
176-180
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1 THE TRANSFORMATIVE POWER OF ADAPTATION IN KANHAILAL’S THEATRE
USHAM ROJIO
Email:rojiousham@gmail.com.
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181-190
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ADARSA A. K & Dr. ERFAN. K
CROSSING THE ANIMAL/HUMAN BORDER: A READING OF S. S. RAJAMOULI’S EEGA
ADARSA A. K1, Dr. ERFAN. K2
1Research Scholar, Hermann Gundert Central Library, Kannur University
Email: akadarsha@gmail.com
2Assistant Professor on Contract, Govt. Arts & Science College, Tholanur
Email:erfanareacode@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.191
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ASHOK SINGH, Dr. MUKESH SHARMA
FEMINISTIC SENSIBILITY IN GITHA HARIHARAN’S NOVEL:
THE THOUSANDS FACES OF NIGHT
ASHOK SINGH1, Dr. MUKESH SHARMA2
1Research Scholar, Department of English, Jiwaji University, Gwalior, MP
2Professor, Department of English, Veerangana Jhalkaari Baai Govt Girls College Gwalior, MP.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.195
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AFREEN ZUBAIR
AFGHANISTAN: HISTORY, CULTURE, AND TRADITION IN A THOUSAND SPLENDID SUNS
AFREEN ZUBAIR
Masters in English Language and Literature, Islamic University of Science and Technology, Pulwama
Email:afreen.kash@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.198
198-204
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1 POST-COLONIAL ISSUES IN KIRAN DESAI’S THE INHERITANCE OF LOSS
Dr. SWARNA
Assistant Professor, Department of English
I. N. M. PG College, Meerut (U.P.)
Email:swarnasingh206@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.205
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SCIENCE FICTION AND H.G. WELLS
Dr. ANURUDDH SINGH SENGAR
Associate Professor, Bansal Institute of Engineering & Technology, Lucknow
E-mail: singhanuruddh899@gmail.com.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.210
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NINGOMBAM ROJIBALA
ISHANOU (THE CHOSEN ONE, 1990): THE ‘SPEAKING BODY’
NINGOMBAM ROJIBALA
PhD Scholar, Department of English, University of Delhi.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.221
221-229
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JAGDISH DAWAR, Dr. ROOBLE VERMA
THE STUDY OF THEMES AND TECHNIQUES IN THE POETRY OF NANDINI SAHU
JAGDISH DAWAR1, Dr. ROOBLE VERMA2
1Assistant Professor & Research Scholar, School of Studies in English, Vikram University, Ujjain (MP),
India
2Associate Professor, School of Studies in English, Vikram University, Ujjain (MP) India.
DOI: 10.33329/rjelal.9.3.230
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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.

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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

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