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1Volume 3 Issue.4 (Oct-Dec,) From page:337-616

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TC THE WAY(S) OF THE “SMALL WORLD”: EXPLORING THE CARNIVALIZED GLOBAL CAMPUS IN DAVID LODGE’S SMALL WORLD: AN ACADEMIC ROMANCE
TANMAY CHATTERJEE
337-345
1
1 "AN EXPERIMENT WITH TRUTH AS A MANY SIDED TRUTH"
Dr. PHANI KIRAN
346-351
1
SMD REALISM AND THE CONTEMPORARY NOVEL: A STUDY OF ANITA DESAI’S IN CUSTODY
SAPNA M. DESAI
352-360
1
1 SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL LINGUISTICS – THE METHODOLOGY OF MEANING
SINGH, GURDEEP
361-364
1
1 HOW FAR DOES A CHRISTMAS CAROL OF DICKENS CORROBORATE THE MESSAGE OF SALVATION OF HUMANITY AND ESTABLISH THE GIFT OF “RESURRECTION OF SOUL”?
SHANTANU SIULI
365-367
1
1 THEME OF DISPLACEMENT AND ALIENATION IN BHARTI MUKHERJEE’S THE TIGER’S DAUGHTER
A. KRISHNAMOORTHY1, R. LISSY2
368-370
1
vv DOLLARS TO ZLOTYS: I B SINGER’S “THE SON”
Dr V.V. USHABALA
371-373
1
AMi THE RENAISSANCE, THE REFORMATION AND THE BRITISH RĀJ IN GUJARĀT: SOME POSITIVE AS WELL AS THE NEGATIVE FINDINGS: A STUDY
Dr. AMIT R. PRAJAPATI
374-377
1
1 ZERO AFFIXED WORDS AS A FACTOR OF LEXICAL AMBIGUITY IN SOME SELECTED SERMONS
ABEERHADISALIH
378-388
1
1 ANTI-TELEOLOGICAL ELEMENTS IN EDNA O’BRIEN’S FICTION SHAFIA 389-392
1
SF A FEMINIST STUDY OF DEEBA SALIM IRFAN’S NOVEL URMA SYYADA FAHEEM 393-397
1
1 THE EFFECT OF EXPOSURE TO TV & RADIO NEWS ON THE IMPROVEMENT OF IRANIAN EFL LEARNERS’ SPEAKING FLUENCY
MOHAMMAD JAVAD GHENAATI1, DAVOOD MADANI2*
398-411
1
1 SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL DYNAMICS OF CULTURAL DISPARITIES IN JHUMPA LAHIRI’S THE NAMESAKE
C.PADMAPRIYA1, Dr.N.GEJESWARI2
412-417
1
1 IMAGINATION OF SKILFUL ADVOCATION IN WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
Dr. SANJAY KUMAR SWARNKAR1, Dr. DHRUV SHANKAR2
418-423
1
1 THE CHANGING WORLD OF ITALO CALVINO: A POSTMODERNIST STUDY OF INVISIBLE CITIES
 Dr. SAMBIT PANIGRAHI
424-429
1
1 INCORPORATING VISIBLE THINKING IN THE ENGLISH CLASSROOM OF YOUNG LEARNERS: NURTURING A CREATIVE MINDSET NEELIMA CHOUDARAJU 430-433
1
TN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING: COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES VIS-A-VIS CLASSROOM SITUATIONS
TUSHAR NAIR
434-441
1
1 EFFECTIVE USE OF MULTIPLE RESOURCES FOR LANGUAGE LEARNING
S. GEETHA1, Dr. SHANTHI SIMON2
442-445
1
VB NARRATION OF INDIA AS A NATION: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF SELECTED NON-FICTIONAL WRITINGS OF TABISH KHAIR
VIVEK BHARTI1, Prof. RANDEEP RANA2
446-452
1
1 SUBORDINATION TO SELF-ASSERTION IN THE NOVEL A MATTER OF TIME BY SHASHI DESHPANDE
N.KAMALARAJAN1, Dr.B.R.VEERAMANI2
453-455
1
SM REALISTIC SPECULATION ABOUT THE THEORY OF ORIGIN OF UNIVERSE IN R. J. SAWYER'S FOSSIL HUNTER (1993)
SALAMA ISAK MANER
456-458
1
1 MARGAYYA’S FAMILIAL INAUTHENTIC INVOLVEMENTS: A STUDY OF R. K, NARAYAN’S THE FINANCIAL EXPERT (1952)
Dr. TANU GUPTA1, GULAB SINGH WALIA2 
459-464
1
 PV THE MELODY OF SISTERHOOD IN CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S SISTER OF MY HEART
PARKAVI.V1, Dr.G.RUBY DAVASEELI2
465-467
1
 PM RETHINKING OF THOMAS HOBBES‘S STATE OF SOVEREIGNTY POURIA MOTALEBI 468-474
1
 1 THE MOLD MIXTURE OF CONSUMERISM AND NIHILISM
EMAN ADEL
475-485
1
HUMANITY AND RELIGION IN THE SHADE OF GB SHAW’S THE DEVIL’S DISCIPLE
Dr. Md. AFROZUDDIN1, Dr. V.L.I. ISAAC2
486-4891
1 "CRISIS" OF ENGLISH STUDIES: COMPLICACIES OF FEMINIST THEORY IN THE THIRD WORLD
 NIKU CHETIA
490-494
1
AG BHABANI BHATTACHARYA : ‘ART FOR LIFE’S SAKE’
ARTI GUPTA
495-497
1
1 EXPERIMENTS IN FORM AND CONTENT: APPROXIMATING INDIAN PROGRESSIVE
WRITING IN CONTEMPORARY LITERARY DISCOURSE
GHULAM MOHAMMAD KHAN
498-503
1
WILLIAM FAULKNER’S ‘ABSALOM, ABSALOM!’ – AN INTERCONNECTION BETWEEN FAMILY HISTORY AND SOCIAL HISTORY
AARTI NAGPAL
504-510
1
1 THE PORTRAYAL OF FAITH AND INWARD CONFLICTS IN THE RABBIT NOVELS OF JOHN UPDIKE
Dr NORA HADI Q. ALSAEED
511-515
1
CULTURAL HYBRIDITY AND DEPICTION OF BENGALI CULTURE IN JHUMPA LAHIRI’S THE NAMESAKE
Dr. DARSHA JANI
516-521
1
1 “THE HOLLOW MEN”—A POSTMODERN READING
ANNESHA MANDAL1, Dr. ARINDAM MODAK2
522-527
1
REINTERPRETATION OF HISTORICAL FACT IN E.L. DOCTOROW’S THE BOOK OF DANIEL
 S. SAKTHIVEL1, Dr. K. SAIRAM2
528-530
1
CONDITION OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING IN GOVERNMENT PRIMARY SCHOOLS AT UTTARA MODEL TOWN IN DHAKA CITY
ARIFUL INSAN EMON
531-534
1
1 LANGUAGE AND ECOLOGY IN ALOBWED’EPIE’S THE LADY WITH A BEARD
VALENTINE N. UBANAKO & ERIC E. EKEMBE
535-543
1
THE NOVELS OF BHARATI MUKHERJEE: A PANORAMIC VIEW P.RAJESWARI1, Dr.S.RAJARAJAN2 544-547
1
1 PREDICAMENTS OF RURAL STUDENTS OF ANDHRA IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE ACQUISITION: A DAMAGE REPAIR APPROACH
Dr. SUNEETHA.Y1., A.K.GOPIKRISHNA2, P.KOUSERBASHA2
548-553
1
1 SELF EMPOWERMENT- REDISCOVERING LOST IDENTITIES
EKTA SAWHNEY
554-557
1
TOWARDS THE CONSTRUCTION OF A SELF CONSCIOUS FEMALE GAZE: A STUDY OF THE EXPLORATION OF THE LESBIAN COMING OUT THEME IN BRITISH FEMINIST THEATRE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO JACKIE KAY’S TWICE OVER SONIMA K K 558-563
1
VIEWING EDUTAINMENT AS A TOOL FOR DIGITAL LEARNING FIONA FESTUS ALEXANDER1, Dr.SARIKA TYAGI2 564-568
1
1 WAS HE A PRAGMATIC OR A PURITAN?: READING BENJAMIN FRANKLIN’S AUTOBIOGRAPHY
Dr MADHUSMITA PATI
569-572
1
HUMAN PREDICAMENT AND MEANINGLESSNESS OF LIFE: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF ARUN JOSHI’S NOVEL THE FOREIGNER Dr.R.C.SHEILA ROYAPPA 573-579
1
1 KANNADA VERSUS SANSKRIT: HEGEMONY, POWER AND SUBJUGATION
Dr. METI MALLIKARJUN
580-590
1
CONFLICT AND ADJUSTMENT IN THE NOVELS OF RUTH PRAWER JHABVALA
Dr. NEELIMA DUBEY
591-594
1
1 NATIVE LANGUAGE INTERFERENCE: A CASE STUDY
 KAUSAR FERDOUS
595-602
1
1 MARGINALISED FEMALE VOICE IN SHASHI DESHPANDE’S THAT LONG SILENCE
SURBHIVI JAYVARGEEYA
603-607
1
1 AMITAV GHOSH AND RECITALS OF ELISIONS: SCRUTINIZING GHOSH’S THE GLASS PALACE
 SONIA
608-616
1
1 GLOBAL FAMILY: A COSMOPOLITAN OUTLOOK IN THE POETRY OF BHIMA BHOI
Dr.KHAGENDRA SETHI
617-621
1