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1Volume 3.Issue.4.2015 (Under Progress)
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1 IDENTIFICATION AND REMEDIATION OF CRISIS ON CAMPUSES – A STUDY OF SOME TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN KWARA STATE OF NIGERIA
AYODELE KUBURAT OLAOSEBIKAN1, OLAWALE KOLAPO STEVE EMIOLA2
1-9
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2 CONFLICT, DOUBLENESS AND SELF-REALIZATION IN ADICHIE AND HABILA
YERIMA DINA
10-15
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3 EXAMINING COMMUNICATION STRATEGY USE IN THE ELCS LAB: A STUDY
JAIPAL1, M. R. VISHWANATHAN
16-19
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4 A STUDY OF ENGLISH LOANWORDS IN CONTEMPORARY POETRY IN IGBO LANGUAGE
Ihechi Obisike NKORO
20-26
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4 INDIVIDUAL’S INCOMPREHENSIBILITY AND BRITAIN’S IN HAROLD PINTER’S THE ROOM
Dr. ZEBA SIDDIQUI
27-29
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6 CONTRAPUNTAL READING OF POST-COLONIAL AND GLOBALECTICAL ELEMENTS IN THE WORKS OF ELEVEN EMINENT AUTHORS
INDRAJIT PATRA
30-36
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4 GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ’S CHRONICLE OF A DEATH FORETOLD: A PUZZLE BECOMES A CREATIVE WORK
Dr. M. ANANDHARAJ
37-40
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8 THE LOUIE KNIGHT SERIES OF M. PRYCE
AYANA BENJAMIN
41-48
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SS 'SAVE OUR SOUL!'- LAMENTATIONS FROM THE BATTLE FIELDS: PITY AND HUMANISTIC VALUES IN WAR POEMS
SANTHOSH. S
49-571
4 THE TRUE/FALSE DEBATE OVER ART: OSCAR WILDE’S RIDER IN THE DECAY OF LYING
Dr SUKRITI GHOSAL
58-62
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MK SOCIAL LEARNING STRATEGIES IN EFL CONTEXT
ARSHAD MIRZAEI KHOSHALANI1*, Dr. MAURA SELLARS2
63-741
1 INDIRA R. PARTHASARATHY’S THE RIVER OF BLOOD: THE STORY OF A REVOLT AGAISNT OPPRESISON
Dr. ASHOK M. HULIBANDI
75-79
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VV ROLE OF ‘CHOICE’ AS EXISTENTIAL PREDICAMENT IN SALMAN RUSHDIE’S THE MOOR’S LAST SIGH AND SHALIMAR THE CLOWN : AN ANALYSIS
V. VIDYA1, Dr. K.SATHYA SAI2
80-881
NK WOMANISM: BLACK FEMINIST THEORY WITH A DIFFERENCE
Dr. NUTAN KOTAK
89-93
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GA THE ROLE OF FEMININE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF FEMINIST LITERARY THEORIES AND CRITICISM
 GAZALA ANSARI
94-98
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AS IMAGINARY HOMELANDS: CULTURAL RELOCATIONS IN M.G.VASSANJI’S IN-BETWEEN THE WORLD OF VIKRAM LALL Dr. A. SABURUNNISA1, R.PRIYADARSHINI2 99-1011
KM THE ROARING NINETIES AND BEYOND: A NEW HISTORICIST READING OF ARAVIND ADIGA’S FICTION
KIRAN MATHEW1, Dr T T THOMAS2
102-108
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RS RETRIEVING ACTIVISM: WOMEN AS AGENCY INMUKUL KESAVAN'S LOOKING THROUGH GLASS AND BAPSI SIDHWA'S CRACKING INDIA
Dr. RADHA S. GAUTAM
109-113
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YA DENIAL OF IMMORTALITY AND NEGATION OF HISTORY IN T.S. ELIOT’S "AUNT HELEN" AND "WHISPERS OF IMMORTALITY" YOUSUF ALI 114-118
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4 LEARNING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING SKILLS THROUGH TRADITIONAL VISUAL METHODS
R.RADHIKA
119-120
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VVV POSTCOLONIAL SOCIO-CULTURAL LINGUISTICS IN ARAVIND ADIGA’S THE WHITE TIGER
V.VIRGIN NITHYA VEENA
121-125
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AA A STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS IN COLLEGE STUDENTS’ ENGLISH VOCABULARY BUILDING
Dr. K. P. MEERA1, AISWARYA.K.S2
126-133
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DM A MONARCH OF MYSTICISM: RE-READING WORDSWORTH DIPANJOY MUKHERJEE 134-139
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4 MEURSAULT AS A NIHILIST IN ALBERT CAMUS’
THE STRANGER
SEEMA DUTTA1, RUCHI NIGAM2
140-1421
4 A NEW HISTORICIST TRAIN TO PAKISTAN: UNDERTONES REAPPRAISED
 Dr. POTHAPRAGADA SASI RATNAKER
143-156
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4 NIETZSCHE’S UBERMENSCH IN FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY’S CRIME AND PUNISHMENT AND ARAVIND ADIGA’S
THE WHITE TIGER
PARMAR PRIYANKA
157-162
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4 SPOKEN ENGLISH CLASSES –AIDING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
DEVYANI ROZARIO
163-167
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DN NAMING CULTURE AND TRAUMA OF DIASPORIC EXISTENCE IN JHUMPA LAHIRI’S ‘THE NAMESAKE’
D.NALINI1, Dr. M. PREMAVATHY2
168-171

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DVR RE-PRESENTATION OF HISTROY IN SALMAN RUSHDIE’S FIFTH NOVEL "THE MOOR’S LAST SIGH"
 D.VENKATESWAR RAO1, Dr. G.MOHANA CHARYULU2
172-175
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DG NEWS BULLETINS IN ELT: A LEXICAL STUDY
DIVYA GUDISE
176-179
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VM ELT IN INDIA: A JOURNEY BEYOND CLT
Dr. V. MADHAVI
180-183
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MY THE EFFECT OF DIARY WRITING ON LEARNING GRAMMAR BY INTERMEDIATE EFL LEARNERS
MARYAM YAVARIAN1*, MALEK AHMAD KORD2, AHMAD KORD3, ATEFE AZIZI4
184-188
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RC HOW POWER CORRUPTS IN SHAKESPEARE’S MACBETH AND CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE’S DOCTOR FAUSTUS: AN ANALYSIS RECEP ÇAĞDAŞ 189-192
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4 RIDDLES OF KAMRUPIA DIALECT OF ASSAM: A PARADIGM OF FOLK INSIGHT
Dr. HOMEN BARUAH1, SUMITRA JYOTI2
193-198

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BM WHEN THE BODY BECOMES A BATTLEFIELD: GENOCIDAL RAPE AND TRAUMA IN SHAHEEN AKHTAR’S THE SEARCH BELGA MARRIYA BERK 199-203

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AVJ “EDUCATION: A TOOL TO REPEL POLYGAMY” A READING OF SO LONG A LETTER BY MARIAMA BA
A.V. JOEY
204-208

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MS ECO FEMINISTIC PERSPECTIVE IN LOUISE ERDRICH’S LOVE MEDICINE
M.SATHIYA1, Dr.S.RAMYA2
209-213

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4 RELIGION IN HERMAN HESSE’S SIDDHARTHA
SUNAYANA KHATTER
214-218

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4 THE NEED TO UPGRADE THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING MATERIALS AND METHODS TO COUNTER THE GROWING PROBLEMS IN TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS TO ENGINEERING STUDENTS
CHALLA SRINIVASA RAO1, KARAYIL SURESH BABU2
219-224

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4 EXPLORING MAGICAL REALISM IN MARQUEZ’S STRANGE PILGRIMS: A SELECTED STUDY

RASHED MAHMUD1, FARZANA NASRIN2, MD. MEHEDI HASAN3
225-231

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4 OF DECEIT, LIES AND SUCH IN MAHESH DATTANI’S ON A MUGGY NIGHT IN MUMBAI
SUSAN LOBO
232-237

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aR THE MAKING OF NARMAD AS A CREATIVE KING OF THE GUJARĀTĪ LITERATURE: A TRIBUTE THROUGH ATTRIBUTES
Dr. AMIT R. PRAJAPATI
238-244

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KS WRITING CONSTRAINTS AMONG JATAPU TRIBAL COMMUNITY SELECT SECONDARY LEVEL STUDENTS
KOPPOLU SWATHI
245-250

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4 “POWER IS VIOLENCE”- READING CHINUA ACHEBE’S POETRY AS A STATEMENT OF RESISTANCE AND ASSIMILATION IN “AFRICAN MODERNISM”
NILANJAN CHAKRABORTY
251-257

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AK FIRST LANGUAGE (L1) INTERFERENCE IN LEARNING ENGLISH PLOSIVE AND FRICATIVE SOUNDS AND PRONOUNCING ENGLISH CONSONANT CLUSTERS AMONG HAUSA LEARNERS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE
JAMILA ABDULAZEEZ BUBA1, ABDULLAHI KAIGAMA2
258-267

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DD SOCIETY AND ANGLES OF THE HOUSE: LITERARY PERSPECTIVE
 Dr. DARSHITA DAVE
268-273

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Adi GENERAL ENGLISH EXAMINATION PATTERN AT UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL IN SATAVAHANA UNIVERSITY: A SHATTERING COUNTERFEITED DRAMATURGY
Dr. ADI RAMESH BABU
274-281

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RU THE TREATMENT OF MEN AND WOMEN IN HOSSEIN’S SULTANA’S DREAM AND PLATH’S THE BELL JAR: A COMPARATIVE STUDY
RAKIB UDDIN
282-290

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ZM LEXICAL COHESION IN ACADEMIC DISCOURSE: EXPLORING APPLIED LINGUISTICS RESEARCH ARTICLES ABSTRACTS ZUBAIRU MALAH 291-299

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4 EXPLORING THE MOTIVES BEHIND OBSESSION WITH DEATH IN VICTORIAN LITERATURE
INDRAJIT PATRA1, Dr. SHRI KRISHAN RAI2
300-311

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4 JOOTHAN: A DALIT’S LIFE BY OMPRAKASH VALMIKI: AN EMBODIMENT OF DALIT RESISTANT AESTHETICS
 DEBDULAL BANERJEE
312-315

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4 NOTION OF “MAN JEETEY JAG JEET” IN Heart of Darkness NAVDEEP KAUR 316-320

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4 ‘WE REMEMBERED (HER) LIKE A STORY’: INTERROGATING AND RE – FASHIONING MEMORY THROUGH THE PARADOXICAL VISION OF ALICE MUNRO
TANUKA CHATTERJEE
321-328

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4 THE MYTH OF ODIMARICHIL AND THE CULTURAL RESISTANCE OF PARAYA COMMUNITY IN ARUNDHATI ROY’S THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS.
SHAHUL HAMEED.M.P
329-332

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AR IDEALS, DREAMS VERSUS REALITY IN THE PLAY “SUMMER OF THE SEVENTEENTH DOLL” BY RAY LAWLER: AN ANALYSIS A.R. JYOTHI PRIYA 333-336

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