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1  FREQUENCY OCCURRENCE OF PRONUNCIATION ERRORS OF ENGLISH VOWELS OF SAUDI STUDENTS OF ENGLISH -EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH
EZZELDIN MAHMOUD TAJELDIN ALI & SAEED ABDULLAH M.ALZAHRANI
Department of English language Al Baha University, Al Baha city Saudi Arabia
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1  FEMININE SENSIBILITY IN NIRUPAMABORGOHAIN’S ANYA JIVAN
Dr. DIPALI DEVI
Associate Professor, English Department Rangia College, Rangia
8-14
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1 A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF MILTON’S POETIC STYLE AS REVEALED IN HIS EPIC
POEM PARADISE LOST: BOOKS I AND II
Dr. JAMAL SUBHI ISMAIL NAFI’
Department of English, Al-Quds University, East Jerusalem-Abu Dies Main Campus, P.O. Box: 51000-
Palestinian Occupied Territories

15-26
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1 APPRENTICE: A PEEP INTO HUMAN NATURE
UMARA SHAMEEN BUTT
PhD Scholar Dept. of English Bhaderwah Campus University of Jammu, Jammu, J&K India
27-32
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1 THE CHARACTER OF HEATHCLIFF AND EMILY BRONTE’S MYSTICAL VISION OF LIFE IN HER FAMOUS NOVEL “WUTHERING HEIGHTS”
 KRISHMA
M.Phil. Student, Department of English Chaudhary Devi Lal University Sirsa. (Haryana), India.
33-35
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2 TO BE OR NOT TO BE? AN ANALYSIS OF PREDICAMENT OF WOMEN WITH REFERENCE TO THE INSTITUTION OF MARRIAGE Dr. B. JANAKI
 Assistant Professor of English, Kingdom University Kingdom of Bahrain
36-39
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1 TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION ON LITERACY, NUMERACY AND SCREENING (LINUS2.0) ASSESSMENT FEATURES BASED ON YEAR 1 STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE
 NORFAIROS BINTI HADZIR AINI MUNIRAH BINTI ALIAS AIMI LIYANA BINTI KAMARUZAMAN HANIS MAISARAH BINTI MOHD YUSOF
 Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
40-47
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1 STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF ROBERT FROST'S ACQUAINTED WITH THE NIGHT
MARIYA ASLAM

Ph.D Scholar, Department of English University of Jammu Jammu and Kashmir, India
48-50
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1 THE INTERACTION BETWEEN IRANIAN EFL LEARNERS’ LISTENING PROFICIENCY LEVEL AND THE LISTENING STRATEGIES THEY USE
LEYLA NAGHASHZADEH
Master student of Payame Noor University (PNU) of Tehran
51-55
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1 WRITING THE MARGINS: A STUDY OF THE PARSI PERSPECTIVE IN BAPSI SIDHWA’S ICE-CANDY-MAN
BARJINDER SINGH

Ph.D. Research Scholar Senior Research Fellow (University Grants Commission IN)
Central University of Punjab
India
56-61
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1 ISSUES OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN THE PLAY OF MAHESH DATTANI: TARA
KHUSHBU TREHAN

 Research Scholar School of studies in English, Vikram University, Ujjain (M.P.)
62-65
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1 THE INVINCIBLE FAITH OF CHRISTIANITY IN DAN BROWN’S THE DA VINCI CODE
S.ANANDH RAJ

Research Scholar, Department of English, Swami Vivekananda Arts & Science College, Villupuram, Tamil Nadu
66-73
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1 INDIAN ENGLISH THEATRE: PERSPECTIVES AND CHALLENGES
SHREEJA NARAYANAN

Lecturer in Department of English MES Arts and Science College, Meppadam
74-78
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1 YEATS AND NIETZSCHE: KINSHIP AND INFLUENCE
Dr. SANJAY KUMAR DUTTA
Orissa Engineering College
79-83
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1 POWER, PRESTIGE, GLAMOUR AND ENGLISH
HIMAXEE BORDOLOI
M.Phil Scholar, Department of English Gauhati University
84-88
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1 THE PLACE OF LITERARY AND IMAGINATIVE NARRATIVES IN ESL/EFL CLASSROOMS
 INAYAT SHAH
Lecturer, UNIR Faculty of English and Language Studies, Sohar University Oman
89-93
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1 THE RHETORIC OF TENTATIVENESS AND SUBJECTIVITY IN SELECTED NIGERIAN INAUGURAL POLITICAL SPEECHES
CHINWE R. EZEIFEKA

Department of English Language and Literature, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, PMB 5025, Awka, Nigeria
94-109
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1 THE CURSE OF BEING A MARGINALIZED WOMAN IN ‘AND SUCH IS HER FATE’ BY DALIP KAUR TIWANA
BRIJESH KUMAR

(Research Scholar) Department of English & MEL, University of Allahabad, Allahabad
110-113
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1 CONFESSIONS OF INDIAN POETESS IN MODERN TIMES
Dr. ARCHANA KUMARI
Assistant Professor Department of English & Foreign Languages Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya (A Central University) Koni, Bilaspur – Chhattisgarh
114-119
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1 THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: A NECESSITY OR AN IMPOSITION
VAIBHAV MEHTA1*, ABHIJIT GAIKWAD2, ANAGH DESHPANDE3, ADITYA GORE4
1, 2, 3, 4M.Tech, Vellore Institute of technology, Chennai campus
120-123
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p VOYAGING THE WORLD OF COMICS AND CARTOONS TO UNDERSTAND THE SHAKESPEAREAN FOOL: AN INNOVATIVE WAY OF TEACHING-LEARNING SHAKESPEARE
 PRATISHRUTI SINGH
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Humanities, Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management, Nagpur
124-127
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1  ELEMENTS IN MODERN AMERICAN DRAMA
SUHASINI B. SRIHARI
Assistant Professor, Department of English St. Anne’s First Grade College for Women, Bangalore, India
128-131
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1 EFFECTIVE WAY OF IMPROVING ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN EDUCATIONAL ARENA
ADITYA GORE1*,VAIBHAV MEHTA2, BHARAT KUMAR P3. , GOVARDHAN REDDY I.4
1,2,3,4M.Tech, Vellore Institute of technology, Chennai campus.
132-134
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1 PROBLEMATIZING THE METONYMY OF REPRESENTATION IN GOPAL GURU’S ESSAY ‘HOW EGALITARIAN ARE THE SOCIAL SCIENCES IN INDIA?’
SAMBHU R1, AMAL TOMS2
1Assistant Professor, Department of English, Mahatma Gandhi College, Trivandrum, Kerala, India. 2M.Phil Scholar in English, School of Letters, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India
135-138
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BP SILENCE IN THAT LONG SILENCE
Dr. BIPIN CHANDRA UNIYAL
Assistant Professor & Head Deptt. of English Bal Ganga Degree College Sendul, Kemar Tehri Garhwal, Uttarakhand.
139-143
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1 MEDIA EXPOSURE FOR AN ENHANCED COMMUNICATIVE ESL INSTRUCTION
NATHALIE ANN C. ALAGA

Department of Language, College of Arts and Sciences, Samar State University Catbalogan City, Samar, Philippines
144-153
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1 FROM UTOPIA TO DYSTOPIA: A Comparative Analysis of the Dystopian Visions inAldous Huxley’s Brave New World and Marge Piercy’s Woman on the Edge of Time
ASHRAF ABDELBAKY
Assistant Lecturer in English Department- Faculty of Arts- Minia University- Egypt
154-163
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BR MYTH, HISTORY AND IDENTITY: A STUDY OF THE MAJOR WORKS OF GITHA HARIHARAN
BRAHMA RUSTAM
Ph. D. Research Scholar Department of English, Debargaon, Bodoland University, Kokrajhar, Assam, India
164-172
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S EXPLORATION OF HUMAN PSYCHE: THE STRANGE CASE OF BILLY BISWAS
Dr.SHALINI MATHUR
Associate Professor, IPS Academy, Indore[M.P]
173-176
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FEMINIST ELEMENTS IN TORU DUTT WRITINGS
MERLIN KUMARI.K
Assistant Professor of English Teegala Krishna Reddy Engineering College HYDERABAD
177-178
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1 COMPARISON OF APPOSITION IN ENGLISH AND CHINESE
JING HAN
Lecturer, Shanghai University, 200444, China
179-182
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1 PROBLEMS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN INDIAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM AND SOLUTIONS ANAGH DESHPANDE1*,SHUBHANKAR BISWAS2, VAIBHAV MEHTA3, ADITYA GORE4
1,2,3,4M.Tech, Vellore Institute of technology, Chennai campus.
183-185
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1 A POST-COLONIAL FEMINIST ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT OF VIRGINITY AND HONOUR IN THE EPIC THE MAHABHARATA TO DE-STIGMATIZE THE HONOUR AND HONOUR BASED CRIMES
 NISHTHA MISHRA
Research scholar Department of English and M.E.L University of Allahabad,India
186-192
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1 AN OASIS OF ANTICIPATION IN THE BARREN LAND OF ROOTLESSNESS : SEARCH FOR IDENTITY IN R.K. NARAYAN'S THE GUIDE
Dr. ARCHANA
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
193-198
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1 THE NINETEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE: COGNIZANCE OF WOMEN’S MARGINALIZATION AND EMERGENCE OF THEIR EMPOWERMENT
Dr. REEFAQAT HUSAIN
Assistant Professor, Department of English, YMD College, MD University, Nuh (Mewat), Haryana
199-202
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WORDSWORTHIAN ROMANTICISM: A DALIT CRITIQUE
MOHAMMED SHAFEER K P
Lecturer in English, KMCT Arts and Science College Pazhoor (P.O), Kuttippuram, Malappuram, Kerala.
203-207
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1 THE PLIGHTS OF IMPOVERISHED BLACKS OF SOUTH AFRICA IN ATHOL FUGARD’S PLAYS: THE TRAIN DRIVER AND THE ISLAND K.S.MEERA
Lecturer, Department of English, College of Arts & Science for Girls, WadiAldawasir, Prince Sattam Bin Abdul Aziz University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
208-212
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1 EFFECTS OF USING PICTURE CUES AND OUTLINING ON EFL LEARNERS' WRITING SKILL
SHABAN NAJAFI KARIMI
Assistant Professor, Islamic Azad University, Qaemshahr Branch
213-222
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1 SUBJECT AND SUBJECT-FORMATION IN LITERARY TEXTS: A CRITIQUE OF CATHERINE BELSEY’S ESSAY ‘ADDRESSING THE SUBJECT’
SAMBHU. R1, AMAL TOMS2
 1Assistant Professor, Department of English, Mahatma Gandhi College, Trivandrum, Kerala, India. 2M.Phil Scholar in English, School of Letters, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India.
223-229
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1 THE TRADITION OF BENGALLIENATUCK AND HURRO CHUNDER GHOSE’S BHANUMATI CHITTOBILAS
ABHILASH DEY
Ph.D. Scholar, The University of Burdwan
230-238
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1 HISTORY REFLECTS THROUGH LITERATURE: AN ANALYSIS OF ISMATH HUSSAIN’S NOVEL ‘KOLODAM’
 MOHAMMED KHASIM PK

 Assistant Professor in English PG Department of English Calicut University Centre Kadmat, UT of Lakshadweep
239-243

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KALEIDOSCOPE OF THEMES IN INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH
VIDYA PATIL

 PhD Research Scholar, Department of English, Gulbarga University, Kalburgi. & Assistant Professor and Head of the Department, Department of English, Government First Grade College, Humnabad
244-248

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1 TOMMY WILHELM, AN UNCONVENTIONAL HERO IN THE POST-WAR AMERICAN SOCIETY: A STUDY OF SAUL BELLOW’S SEIZE THE DAY
MD. EHASANUL HOQUE
Lecturer, Department of English, Noakhali Science and Technology University, Noakhali Bangladesh
249-254

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1 THE EFFECT OF CALL MULTIMEDIA STILL-PICTURE VS. MOTION-PICTURE ON VOCABULARY LEARNING OF ELEMENTARY EFL STUDENTS
 AMIR REZA NEMATTABRIZI (Ph.D)1, ABAZARI MARZIEH2
1Assistant Prof., Department of English language, Payame Noor University, I. R. of Iran. 2Department of English language, Payame Noor University, I. R. of Iran
255-263

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1 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANXIETY PROVOKING FACTORS AND EFL LEARNERS’ WILLINGNESS TO COMMUNICATE MAHDIEH AKBARZADEH1, MEHRY HADDAD NARAFSHAN(Ph.D.)2 1Department of Foreign Languages, Kerman Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kerman, Iran 2Department of Foreign Languages, Kerman Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kerman, Iran 264-276

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URBAN CITIES IN AUTHORS' PERSPECTIVE
NEETA SHARMA
Department of Education Shri Shankaracharya Mahavidyalaya Junwani, Bhilai (CG)
277-281

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QUEST FOR THE SELF: READING ARUN JOSHI'S ‘THE FOREIGNER’
Dr. GOLLA KIRAN KUMAR
Assistant Professor (c), Department of English Nizam College, Osmania University, Hyderabad
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1 EXPLORING THE SENTENCE STRUCTURE AT A PARTICULAR GRADE LEVEL
JENNIFER DSOUZA
 Assistant Professor in Business Communication NarseeMonjee College of Commerce and Economics Vile Parle (W), Mumbai
291-297

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PINTER’S ‘THE BIRTHDAY PARTY’ STANDS “AGAINST INTERPRETATION”
SAPNA M. DESAI
Assistant Professor in English Vanita Vishram Women’s College of Commerce
298-303

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1 COMPARATIVE LITERATURE IN ACTION: THE STUDY OF SELECTED ENGLISH ROMANTIC LYRICS IN ODIA TRANSLATION
BISWA RANJAN SAHOO
PhD Scholar in English Utkal University, Vanivihar
304-307

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1 CULTURE VERSUS EXISTENCE: THE RELENTLESS STRUGGLE OF WOMAN IN GOGU SHYAMALA’S FATHER MAY BE AN ELEPHANT AND MOTHER ONLY A SMALL BASKET, BUT..
S. ODELU KUMAR1, Prof. PRETTI R KUMAR2

1Doctoral Research Scholar, Center for Languages and Translation Studies, Potti Sreeramulu Telugu University, Hyderabad, Telangana. 2Director, Center for Languages and Translation Studies, Potti Sreeramulu Telugu University, Hyderabad, Telangana.
308-313

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