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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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1 TREATMENT OF MYTH IN GRISH KARNAD’S: A CRITICAL STUDY
 D.J.NAGANATHA DURAI
Associate Professor and vice – Principal, Mary Matha College of Arts and Science, (Affiliated to Madurai Kamaraj University) N.K.Patty
225-228
1 DEVELOPING SPEAKING SKILLS OF GRADUATES IN RURAL TELANGANA: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY WITH TASK-BASED ACTIVITIES
SAGAR MARNENI1, BONDENI SRAVAN KUMAR2
1M.A English,M.Ed(Osmania University),SET 2M.A English,B.Ed (Osmania University),SET
229-232
REPRESENTATION OF CASTE ISSUE IN MAINSTREAM LITERATURE AND REGIONAL LITERATURE
P. REVATHI
 Research Scholar, Assistant Professor, Department of English Vel Tech Technical Univeristy, Avadi, Chennai-62, Tamil Nadu, India
233-237
1 A CRITICAL STUDY OF “AND THE MOUNTAINS ECHOED” CONSIDERING THE EFFECT OF THE AFGHAN DIASPORA ON IDENTITY
BAGISHA SHARMA
 PG scholar, Department of English. SCD Govt. College, Ludhiana
238-243
1 EXPLORATION OF DALIT AND CHRISTIAN IDENTITY: KARUKKU AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY BY BAMA
 JANGAIAH KARRONI
Assistant Professor of English Brilliant Institute of Engineering and Technology Hyderabad, Telangana-State
244-246
AN ANECDOTE OF TWOFOLD OPPRESSION- AN OVERVIEW ON THE SELECT WORKS OF BAMA, SIVAGAMI AND ALICE WALKER
I.ABINAYA1, Dr.GEETHA SENTHILKUMAR2
 1Asst.Professor in English, Jayalakshmi Institute of Technology,Thoppur. 2Asso.Professor in English,Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore
247-251
STYLISTIC FOREGROUNDING IN THE LANGUAGE OF ADVERTISING
BASSEY UFOT
Department of English, University of Uyo, Uyo
252-265
PATRIOTISM IN KIRAN DESAI’S INHERITANCE OF LOSS
RAMBABU GULAGATTU
M A English
266-268
TREATMENT OF TIME IN SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS
 ISHFAQ HUSSAIN BHAT
Ex Student, Department of English, University of Kashmir, Thune, Kangan, Ganderbal, Jammu and Kashmir
269-273
AN EXAMINATION OF THE NARRATIVE TECHNIQUES IN ALICE MUNRO’S SELECT SHORT STORIES
S.RAMYA1, Dr. V. BHUVANESWARI2
1M.Phil Scholar, Department of English, School of Social Sciences and Languages, VIT University, Vellore.
2Associate professor, Department of English, School of Social Sciences and Languages, VIT University, Vellore
274-277
CONFLICT IN RELATIONSHIPS IN ANITA DESAI’S NOVELS
G ARUNA1, Dr. V. PERUVALLUTHI2
1Assistant Professor of English, Indian Arts and Science College, Tiruvannamalai 2Dean – College Development Council, Thiruvalluvar University, Serkkadu, Vellore
278-281
1 LANGUAGE ETHNICITY IN PAKISTAN: ANALYSIS OF ISSUES AND CHALLENGES OF PUNJABI SOCIETY
JAVED IQBAL BERKI1, QAISAR MEHMOOD2, MEHMOOD UL HASSAN3
1The Department of English Language & Literature The University of Lahore, Pakpattan Campus, Pakpattan, Punjab,Pakistan 2HOD Berki Degree College, Depalpur road, Ellahabad,Kasur,Punjab,PAKISTAN 3Public Relation Officer/lecturer, KFUET Raheem Yar Khan,Punjab,Pakistan
282-297
1 CONFESSIONAL STUDIES: VOICE OF DEPRESSED WOMEN IN KAMALA DAS' POETRY
 RAHAMATULLA
M. A. English, Kazi Nazrul University, Asansol, West Bengal
298-302
DISSEMINATING THE TRAGEDY OF THE PALESTINIAN REFUGEES IN ARABIC WAR LITERATURE
SADDIK GOHAR
Professor of English Literature and Criticism
UAE University
303-308
1 STYLISTIC FEATURES IN ADVERTISING LANGUAGE: A BRIEF STUDY
Dr. T. RAJA SEKHAR
 Head, Department of English Hindi Mahavidyalaya Hyderabad
309-315
CONFLICT AND DENIAL IN ARTHUR MILLER’S PLAY, “ALL MY SONS”
Dr. ASGHAR ALI ANSARI
Al-Jamoum University College, Umm-Al- Qoura University, Makkah, Saudi Arabia
316-321
UNITY IN DIVERSITY: COHESION AND COHERENCE IN TEXT, SOCIETY, AND NATURE
ALEC PONGWENI
Department of English. University of Botswana. Private Bag 00703. Gaborone. Botswana
322-334
RUSKIN BOND’S AN ISLAND OF TREES: NEED TO NURTURE NATURE
S.PRIYA
Assistant professor Department of English, Nirmala College For Women, Red fields, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
335-337
1 SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SUPPRESSION AND HUMILIATION IN A FINE BALANCE BY ROHINTON MISTRY
JANGAIAH KARRONI
Assistant Professor of English Brilliant Institute of Engineering and Technology Hyderabad, Telangana-State
338-340
1 LITERARY IN TO ECOLOGICAL STUDIES ECOLOGICAL SUBTEXTS IN AMITAV GHOSH’S THE SEA OF POPPIES
RABINDRA KUMAR RATH
Associate Professor, Department of English, Hojai College, Hojai, Assam, India
341-345
HYPOCRITICAL MINDSET, ALIENATION AND DISTORTED RELATIONSHIPS IN A DIASPORIC ENVIRONMENT IN THE STORY ‘THE DISAPPEARANCE’ FROM THE SHORT STORY COLLECTION ARRANGED MARRIAGE WRITTEN BY CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI
 Dr. BISHAKHA MANDAL
Amity System of Communication Enhancement & Transformation (Ascent) Amity University Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior
346-348
TECHNOLOGIES THAT IS USED –LESS IN OUR EDUCATION STREAM IS BECOMING USELESS
P. REVATHI
Assistant Professor/Research Scholar, Department of English, VelTech Rangarajan Dr. Sagunthala R&D Institute of Science and Technology (Deemed to be University) Avadi, Chennai-62
349-352
1 REFLECTIONS OF IMMIGRANT EXPERIENCES AND INDIGENOUS SENTIMENTS: A PROBE INTO THE DYNAMISM OF LANGUAGE EMPLOYED IN THE VINE OF DESIRE
Dr. M. POONKODI
Assistant professor in English, School of Arts & Sciences Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences (Deemed to-be-University) Coimbatore
353-357
UNSEXING AND SUSPENDING GENDER IN JEANETTE WINTERSON’S ORANGES ARE NOT THE ONLY FRUIT (1985)
NOBLE A. PALIATH
 Assistant Professor, Dept. of English, Sacred Heart College Affiliated to the University of Calicut, Chalakudy
358-361
1 SCRUTINY OF HUMANISTIC CONCERNS IN THE WORKS OF ANITA DESAI
Dr. SMITA MISHRA
 Assistant Professor of English, Amity Institute of English Studies And Research, Amity University, Noida, Uttar Pradesh
362-364
PROBLEMS OF PARENTING AND GROWING CHILDREN IN DIASPORIC COMMUNITY: STUDYING FAMILY RELATIONS IN MONICA ALI’S BRICK LANE
TRISHA KAPURIA TANDON
PhD Scholar, Dept. of English, The University of Burdwan, Burdwan
365-369
DIASPORIC IDENTITY AND CULTURAL DEPRIVATION IN TONI MORRISON’S SONG OF SOLOMON
Dr. OUSEPHACHAN K.V
Associate Professor of English, Nirmalagiri College, Kuthuparamba, Kannur District, Kerala
370-372
PRESENT STATUS AND THE PROBLEMS OF TEACHING ENGLISH IN THE KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA
NIDA QAYOOM
Department of English, Faculty of Sciences & Arts, King Abdulaziz University – Rabigh branch, Rabigh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
373-378
1 SUBLIMINAL NEXUS BETWEEN MEN AND NATURE IN THE SELECT NOVELS OF AMITAV GHOSH
T. SHREEMATHI1, Dr.M.POONKODI2
1Ph.D Research Scholar,Karunya Institute of Technology & Sciences, Coimbatore 2Assistant Professor of English, School of Science & Humanities Karunya Institute of Technology & Sciences, Coimbatore
379-381
THE IMPACT OF PARTITION ON PARSEE COMMUNITY IN PAKISTAN BAPSISIDHWA’S “ICE CANDY MAN”
CHANDAN KUMAR JHA
Research Scholar, Dept. of English L.N.Mithila University, Darbhanga
382-387
UNDERSTANDING THE INTROSPECTIVE AND INTELLECTUAL NATURE OF NEHRU THROUGH HIS SELF-TITLED AUTOBIOGRAPHY
 KAVITHA KAREN XAVIER
Research Scholar, English Literature Holy Cross College, Nagercoil, K.K. District- 629004
388-393
STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF TED HUGHES’ POEM: “THE CASUALTY”
KOMAL MUKHTAR
Department of English, Lahore Garrison University, Lahore, Pakistan
394-401
‘THE DISCOVERY OF INDIA’ BY JAWAHARLAL NEHRU FOR MODERN WORLD
RAMBABU GULAGATTU
M A English
402-403
MULTICULTURALISM IN AL-MUGRI’S ADENI INCENSE: NEW IDENTITY CONCEPTION
Dr. Fatima Ali Al-Khamisi
English Dept., Nabhaniyyah College of Science& Arts, Qassim University, Nabhaniyyah Governorate, Post Code: 51991, Saudi Arabia,
404-409
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