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MIGRANTS IN SEARCH OF IDENTITY IN CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S QUEEN OF DREAMSAND JHUMPA LAHIRI’S THE NAMESAKE
 MRUDULA THORAT
M.A., M.Phil.English Literature Research Scholar, SGB Amravati University, Amravati.
315-320
‘THE SCARLET LETTER’: THE TENDERNESS TOWARDS SELF-RELIANCE
IDRIS HAJI AHMED
M.A. English –Austin Peay State University, Qalat, Rania, Silemani, Iraq
321-326
NEGOTIATING NATION: A READING OF ‘TOBA TEK SINGH’
AWANISH RAI
Department of English Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University Gorakhpur (U.P.)
327-332
THE IMAGE OF NEW WOMAN MIRRORED IN MODERN INDIAN FICTION
SOUJANYA KODALI
Assistant Professor, Tirumala Engineering College, Jonnalgadda
333-337
THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE FICTION WEAVING IN ITSELF THE POLITICAL AND HISTORICAL EVENTS OF THE 20TH CENTURY
Dr.URJA MANKAD
Assistant Professor [English] VVP Engineering College Rajkot
338-346
A SOCIAL REFORMER IN DISGUISE OF A SAINT
Dr. VINEETA TIWARI
Computer Centre, R.D. University Jabalpur M.P. INDIA
347-348
TRAVELOGUE – THE LITERARY EXPOSITION OF TRAVEL EXPERIENCE
 ARJUN N. KHOBRAGADE
Assistant Professor of English Yeshwant Mahavidyalaya, Seloo, Dist. Wardha RTMNU, Nagpur University, Nagpur. Maharashtra, India
349-355
TECHNICAL WRITING AS A CRITICAL TOOL TO EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Dr. ARCHANA BHATNAGAR
Assistant Professor (English) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel University of Agriculture and Technology, Meerut, (U.P.)
356-359
A PASSAGE TO INDIA: A MARGIN – CENTRE PERSPECTIVE
ZULFIQAR AHMAD
 Associate Professor, Department of English, YMD College, MD University, Nuh (Mewat) Haryana
360-363
ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS’ CODE SWITCHING IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSES IN PAKISTAN UZMA SHAH SHIRAZI1, NATASHA MEMON2, KIRAN SHIRAZI3
1Lecturer, Institute of English Language and Literature, University of Sindh, Jamshoro 2Assistant Professor, English Language Development Centre, Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Jamshoro 3Lecturer, Government Girls Degree College, Kotri
364-374
CONCERN FOR SUBALTERNS IN THE WORKS OF MAHASWETA DEVI AND ARUNDHATI ROY M.S.VINUTHA
Ph.D Research Scholar, Department of English Mother Teresa Women’s University Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu.
375-378
THE PERSONAL AND THE POLITICAL IN MOHSIN HAMID’S THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST
Dr. M. NAZIR ALI
Associate Professor of English Kanchi Mamunivar Centre For Post Graduate Studies, Puducherry
379-382
COLONIAL IDEALOGUES: A READING OF SIDHWA’S AN AMERICAN BRAT
 Dr PRIYANKA SINGH
 Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities JMIT, Radaur, Yamunanagar (Haryana)
383-386
PRACTICE OF CORRECTING LEARNERS’ ERROR IN HIGHER SECONDARY LEVEL EDUCATION IN NEPAL KESHAB KUMAR SIJALI
PhD Scholar, Department of Education and Psychology Mewar University, Rajasthan, India
387-393
EXPLORATIONS IN TO FEMINIST UTOPIAS: A CRITICAL STUDY OF KASHIBAI KANITKAR'S THE PALANQUIN TASSEL, ROKEYA SAKHAWAT HOSSEIN'S SULTANA'S DREAM AND CHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN'S HERLAND.
AYESHA SIDDIQUA
 M. Phil., English Literature Department The English and Foreign Languages University Tarnaka, Hyderabad
394-402
PROCLAMATION OF ECOFEMINISM IN MARGARET ATWOODS’S ‘THE HANDMAID’S TALE’
Dr. DARSHA JANI
Associate Professor & Head, Department of English Municipal Arts & Urban Bank Science College, Mehsana (North Gujarat)
403-407
LINGUISTIC FEATURES OF TELEVISION ADVERTISING: AN INNOVATIVE READING ANUPAMA.A
Anaswara, Pattithara (p.o) Trithala (via), Palakkad 679534 Kerala, India
408-412
THE BRUSH STROKES OF ARCHETYPES ON THE MIND: NURSERY RHYMES AS CARRIERS OF INNATE IDEAS
REEBA SARA KOSHY 1, Dr. ROSHIN GEORGE2
1MA English Student , 2Associate Professor St. Thomas College, Kozhencherry
413-418
A DELINEATION OF OSCAR WILDE’S SALOMÉ, THE GOLDEN-EYED WANTON
KUMUDINI RAVINDRA
 Research Scholar, Master of Philosophy in English, Jain University
419-424
A STUDY ON THE LEARNING STYLES PREFERRED BY THE ENGINEERING AND NON ENGINEERING LEARNERS OF ENGLISH IN THE STATE OF TELANGANA
E. SURESH KUMAR1, SHAHANA NAZNEEN2 1Professor of English and Registrar of Osmania University, Hyderabad Telangana State 2Research Scholar, Department of English, Osmania University, Hyderabad Telangana State
425-443
A PRACTICAL DISCOURSE ON LACAN’S ‘LANGUAGE AND UNCONSCIOUS’, C.G. JUNG’S ‘COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS’ AND NORTHROP FRYE’S ‘ARCHETYPAL CRITICISM’ IN T.S. ELIOT’S “THE WASTELAND”
ATUL JAMES SINGH
Govt. PG College, Pithoragarh, Kumaoun University, Nainital, Uttarakhand
444-449
ENGLISH OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM: A CREATIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING IN HETEROGENEOUS CLASSROOM
Dr. N.V.S.N. LAKSHMI1, K. RAMESH2
1Assistant Professor in English & Head of the Department Dept. of Humanities and Social Sciences, JNTUH-CEH, Kukatpally, Hyderabad 2Lecture in English & Research Scholar, Dept. of Humanities and Social Sciences JNTUH-CEH, Kukatpally, Hyderabad
450-454
A STUDY OF AMBIVALENCES IN MODERN INDIA: MATERIALISM AND IDEALISM
Dr. NEELIMA DUBEY
Associate professor in English Sri Bhagwan Dutta Girls Degree College, Kakval, Gauri Bazar, Deoria, UP
455-458
DOUBLE BIND - A TREATISE OF CULTURE CONFLICT IN BHARATHI MUKHERJEE'S ‘THE TIGERS DAUGHTER’
K.SIVASHANKARI1, Dr.V.GANESAN2 1
PhD (Part time) Research Scholar, 2Associate Professor A.M.Jain College, Meenambakkam, Chennai
459-464
THE DARKEST LIFE OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN WOMEN IN ALICE WALKER’S THE COLOR PURPLE
J. RAJASREE1, Dr. S. SUJARITHA2
1Ph.D., Research Scholar and 2Research Supervisor
Research and Development Centre, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
1Assistant Professor, Department of English,Pachaiyappa’s College for Women, Kanchipuram.
2Assistant Professor, Department of English, Pondicherry University Community College,
Pondicherry.
465-469
THE IMPORTANCE OF LEARNING SKILLS OF LANGUAGE
ASHOK KUMAR DAS
Lecturer in English,
Bhadrak (Auto.) College, Bhadrak.
470-473
DECEPTION AND DOWNFALL IN THE SELECT PLAYS OF LORCA AND KARNAD
Dr. UTTAMKOLI
Assistant Professor Dr. J. J. Magdum College of Engineering, Maharashtra, INDIA
474-479
THE FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION OF WOMEN IN PLAYS OF IBSEN: A MODERNIST STUDY
SUMAIRA RASHID
Pakistan
480-485
THE IMPACT OF DISTANCE EDUCATION IN SIERRA LEONE CASE STUDY: BO DISTRICT KEMOH VAMUNYAH SHERIFF1 , PETER MBOH MUFFUH2, CLAUDE ALUSINE DIMOH3
1
, 2,3Institute of Languages and Cultural Studies, Njala University, Sierra Leone
486-495
THE EFFECT OF DIGITAL AGE ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
K. SIRISHA1, Dr. POOJA BASNETT2
 1 D/o.K. Balagangadhara Rao, Research Scholar, Dravidian University, Andhra Pradesh 2 Assistant Professor/HOD –Dept. of Journalism, IFIM College, Bangalore
496-501
FEMININE SENSIBILITY IN ANITA NAIR’S LADIES COUPE
Dr. SANJAY KUMAR SWARNKAR1, ARTI GUPTA2 1Associate Professor , 2Research Scholar Department of English, C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur, U. P.
502-505
506 B. SURESH et al.,
A CRITICAL STUDY ON NEED OF ENGLISH PROFICIENCY FOR EMERGING ENGINEERS
B. SURESH1, P.VIJAY KUMAR2, N.SAGAR2
1Asst Professor of English at Swarnadhra Engineering College, Narsapur, affiliated to JNTU Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, India. 2Asst Professor of English at SRKR Engineering College, Bhimavaram, affiliated to Andhra University, Vizag, Andhra Pradesh, India.
506-508
CULTURAL SEMIOTICS IN GIRISH KARNAD'S ‘NAGA-MANDALA’
V. LEELA KRISHNA
Assistant Professor of English Shri Vishnu Engineering College for Women Bhimavaram, Andhra Pradesh
509-515
FEMALE'S AGENCY IN SHAKESPEARE'S AS YOU LIKE IT: STRIKING BALANCE BETWEEN 'EXCESS' AND 'CONFINEMENT'
KAWA OSMAN OMAR
Assistant Lecturer, College of Languages, Department of Translation, English Literature, University of Sulaimani, Kurdistan Region, Irak
516-523
DISCOVERY OF THE SELF : AN INSIGHT INTO ISHAN MUSHAHARI’S “ABARI” AND JANIL KUMAR BRAHMA’S “DUMPHAONI PHITHA”
BANTI RAMCHIARY
 Assistant Professor Dept. of English Barama College ,Barama, Baksa, Assam
524-527
RE-VERSIONING OF SHAKESPEAREAN TRAGEDIES AND RE-LOCALIZING IN BOLLYWOOD
ANWESHA ROY CHAUDHURY
NSHM Knowledge Campus (WBUT Affiliation), Durgapur, Burdwan, West Bengal, India
528-537
RABINDRANATH TAGORE: DALIT ISSUES IN HIS VERSES
ABDUL MABOOD
 Research scholar, Department of English, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
538-548
STYLE AND LANGUAGE AS VERITABLE TOOLS FOR NATIONAL RE-ORIENTATION AND TRANSFORMATION: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF NGUGI WA THIONG’O’S WIZARD OF THE CROW ASADU, EMMANUELA UZOMA (Mrs)1, CAJETAN IKECHUKWU EGBE Ph.D2
1Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka 2Department of Arts Education, University of Nigeria Nsukka
549-556
THE DELINEATION OF RACIAL AGITATION : A SCRUTINY OF AMIRI BARAKA’S 'THE DUTCHMAN' DEEPA K K
SRF Research Scholar Department of English, Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, Ernakulam
557-559
CARYL PHILLIPS’S FOREIGNERS AS A HISTORICAL NARRATIVE
Dr. KISHORE RAM1, SREE PRASAD R2
 1&2Assistant Professor , Dept.of English, N.S.S. College, Kottiyam
560-565
THE CULTURAL DYNAMICS OF THE INDIAN DIASPORA: A REFLECTION OF JHUMPA LAHIRI'S 'INTERPRETORS OF MALADIES'
SANGEETHA K1, DEEPA K K2
1,2SRF Research Scholar Department of English, Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, Ernakulam
566-569
THE PREDICAMENT OF WOMEN IN MANJU KAPUR’S DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS
A MATHINI1, R.LALITH KUMAR2
1Assistant Professor, Dept. of English, SCSVMV University, Enathur, Kancheepuram (India). 2Research Scholar, Dept. of English, SCSVMV University, Enathur, Kancheepuram (India).
570-572
NEUTRALIZATION OF MOTHER TONGUE INFLUENCE- ITS IMPORTANCE
Dr. ROOPA SUZANA
Associate Professor and Head Department of Linguistics and Phonetics The English and Foreign Languages University Hyderabad, Telangana,India
573-575

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