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1Vol.8. Issue 4.2020  (Under Progress)

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1 ABIKU PHENOMENON: MYTH OR REALITY IN THE LIGHT OF SOYINKA’S POEM
‘ABIKU’
RAKHI CHAUHAN
Research scholar, Department of English, Chaudhary Charan Singh University Campus, Meerut
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.1
1-4
1
SHAKESPEARE AND PSYCHOLOGY: A STUDY OF THE SOLILOQUIES OF SELECT MAJOR TRAGEDIES
Dr. MD. SAJIDUL ISLAM
Associate Professor, Department of English, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh (UP) -202002
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.5
5-7
1
A CRITIQUE OF MANJU KAPUR’S
‘A MARRIED WOMAN’

WANGJAM PHAJABI DEVI
Research Scholar, Department of English and Cultural Studies, Manipur University
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.8
8-13
1
1 CRITIQUING NEO-LIBERALISM IN THE NOVELS OF NGUGI WA THIONG’O
Dr. MIAZI HAZAM
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh

doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.14
14-18
1
VISION OF KAMALA MARKANDAYA IN ‘SOME INNER FURY’
Dr. ANIL KUMAR
Department Of English, K.S.R. College, Sarairanjan, Samastipur
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.19
19-21
1
HOMESICKNESS IN JAYANTA MAHAPATRA’S POETRY
Dr. SHINY MENDONCE1, KUHOO SINGH2*
1Head, PG Dept. of English, St. Thomas College, Durg University
2Student, MA English, St. Thomas College, Durg University.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.22
22-24
1
ANITA DESAI AND HER LITERARY WORLD
Dr. NARESH KUMAR
L.N.M.U.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.25
25-28
1
MYTHOLOGICAL REFERENCES: GLITTERING GOLD IN SALMAN RUSHDIE’S NOVELS GRIMUS, MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN & THE MOOR’S LAST SIGH
AMANDEEP KAUR
Ph.D English, Registration no. :TUMARCH18538/20 Tantia University, Sri Ganganagar (Rajasthan).
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.29
29-33
1
1 READING THE SUBALTERN WOMAN IN DORIS LESSING’S THE GRASS IS SINGING
MD SHAMS TABREZ
Research Scholar, University Department of English, Tilka Manjhi Bhagalpur University
Bhagalpur, Bihar, India.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.34
34-37
1
1 READING KAMILA SHAMSIE’S KARTOGRAPHY AS A NATIONAL ALLEGORY OF THE CHAIN OF PARTITION AND ITS CONTINUING LEGACIES
SATYENDRA SINGH
Ph.D. Student, Centre for English Studies, School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi-110067.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.38
38-44
1
THE STUDY OF THE PARTITION THEME OF ‘A BEND IN THE GANGES’
SUDHIR KUMAR SAHU
Research Scholar, University Department of English. LNMU, Darbhanga.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.45
45-47
1
1 CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE AND THE POLITICS OF SILENCE IN MAHESH DATTANI’S
THIRTY DAYS IN SEPTEMBER
BISWAJIT CHOUDHURY
Assistant Professor of English, South Malda College, Malda, W.B, India..
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.48
48-53
1
OBJECTIFICATION OF WOMEN AND LOVE IN THE SELECT METAPHYSICAL POEMS OF
ANDREW MARVELL AND THOMAS CAREW
GOVIND PRASAD GOYAL1,
Dr. VIJETA GAUTAM2
1Ph.D Scholar, CCS University, Meerut
2Assistant Professor KMGGPG College, Badalpur.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.54
54-62
1

1 Online Professional Development of Women ESL Teachers in the Post Pandemic
Times: A New Stratagem
Dr. A K LEENA
Teacher, St.Joseph’s High School, Chathiath, Kerala.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.63
63-68
1
THE THEME OF SELF-RECOGNITION IN COETZEE’S NOVEL LIFE AND TIMES OF
MICHAEL K
Dr. ARUN KUMAR MANDAL
+2 English Teacher, Adarsh High School, Atihar, Darbhanga.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.69
69-72
1
ANALYSIS OF GANDHIAN BELIEF IN RAJA RAO’S ‘KANTHAPURA’
Dr. RADHA NARAYAN
Assistant Teacher, Darbhanga, Bihar.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.73
73-76
1
LOVE AND DEATH IN WORDSWORTH’S “LUCY POEMS”
Professor (Dr.) ASGHAR ALI ANSARI
Department of Arts, Institute of Humanities and Arts, Mangalayatan University, Beswan, Aligarh, U.P, India.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.77
77-82
1
TRUE ESSENCE OF SUBJECT MATTER IN I. A RICHARDS’ CRITICAL THEORY
ILLA SEN1, Dr. RITU KUMARAN2
1Research Scholar, Rabindranath Tagore University, Bhopal, India.
2Professor, Department of English, Rabindranath Tagore University, Bhopal, India.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.83
83-86
1
1 PRISONER AUTOGYNOGRAPHIES: A COUNTER CANON OF PRISON NARRATIVES
Dr.P.GANDHIMATHI
Assistant Professor of English
Periyar Government Arts College, Cuddalore, Tamilnadu.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.87
87-89
1
SYSTEMIC SUFFERING AND POLITICALLY AMBIGUOUS RESPONSE: SHERMAN
ALEXIE’S RESERVATION BLUES
SATHEESH K.V
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Government College, Thripunithura, Ernakulam, Kerala.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.90
90-95
1
HETEROTOPIC SPACES AS THE SPACE OF THE ‘OTHER’ IN ARUNDHATI ROY’S THE
MINISTRY OF UTMOST HAPPINESS
SHERINE ALLENA JOSEPH1,
Dr. ANN THOMAS2
1Ph.D. RESEARCH SCHOLAR, DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH, MADRAS CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, CHENNAI -59
2ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH, MADRAS CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, CHENNAI-59.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.96
96-99
1
16th CENTURY ENGLISH POETRY: CRITICAL EVALUATION
Dr. NORAH HADI ALSAEED
Assistant Professor, Dept. of English, College of Art, Jouf University.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.100
100-104
1
1 EXPLORATION OF DERRIDEAN CONCEPT OF HOSPITALITY AND IDENTIFICATION OF
HOSPITALITY WITH ULTERIOR MOTIVE IN THE CARETAKER
RUBAIYAN ASIF*1,
FATEMA AKTER2,
BITHI MOJUMDER3

1,2,3Lecturer, Department of English, Noakhali Science and Technology University, Sonapur, Noakhali-3814.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.105
105-110
1
1 AN EVALUATION OF THE SYBA COMPULSORY ENGLISH TEXTBOOK PANORAMA
Dr.PRASAD R DAGWALE
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Padmashri Vikhe Patil College, Pravaranagar,
Maharashtra.
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.111
111-115
1
SYLVIA PLATH: POEMS SUMMARY AND ANALYSIS OF ARIEL
SANJEEV KUMAR ROY
Research Scholar, Department of English
Patna University, Patna
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.116
116-120
1
JUXTAPOSING FICTION AND PARA-LITERATURE: MAGIC REALISM IN SUDHIN
N.GHOSE’S THE VERMILLION BOAT
TOPOSHREE TARAPHDAR
Ph.D. Research Scholar, Department of English, Utkal University
doi:10.33329/rjelal.8.4.121
121-124
1
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