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The Challenges of the EST Teacher and Students in a Bilingual Institution
Dr. JUSTINE FORCHAP
University Institute of Science and Technology UCAC/ ICAM of Central Africa -BP 5504 Douala- Cameroon
1-6
1 In the Footsteps of the Shakespearean Fool: The Critique of Hegemonies in
‘Calvin and Hobbes’
Dr. KAMNA SINGH
Faculty, Department of English, MCM DAV College, Chandigarh
7-9
LITERATURE PORTRAY OF NOVEL “THE KITE RUNNER” BY KHALED HOSSEINI
SULEKHA SUNDARESAN*1, Dr.K.SUMATHI2, Dr.P.KOLAPPADHAS3
1Research Scholar
Aff.to Manonmaniam Sundaranar University,
Abhishekapatti, Tirunelveli, TamilNadu, India.
2Associate Professor, Department of English, Vivekananda College of Arts and Science,
Agastheeswaram Post, Agastheeswaram, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India
3Associate Professor, Department of English, S.T.Hindu College,Desi Vinayaga Nagar,Kottar, Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu.
10-15
1 THE INTEGRATION OF MIND AND BODY IN THE NOVELS OF AYN RAND
RENUKA NANDAKUMAR1, Dr. SASHIKALA.R2
1Research Scholar, Bharatiyar University, Coimbatore, India
2Former Principal, Dr.GRD College of Education, Coimbatore
16-18
Shakespeare’s use of Language in Macbeth
MANJU DEVI
Assistant Professor, Gaur Brahman Degree College, Rohtak
19-22
1 GLIMPSES OF TRUE LOVE IN “I TOO HAD A LOVE STORY” BY RAVINDER SINGH
JAGJEET SINGH1, Dr. KULBHUSHAN KUMAR2
1Ph.D., Research Scholar (Full Time),
2Research Supervisor, Associate Professor and Head, Dept. of English and Communication Studies, Eternal University, Distt. Sirmaur, Baru Sahib via Rajgarh, (H. P) India
23-29
1 SOCIAL PROPLEMS AND THE ROLE OF THE PROTAGONIST IN MAHESH ELKUNCHWAR’S GARBO
ANI SUNANDA BASAVARAJ1, Dr.A.LOURDUSAMY 2
1Research Scholar, Tumkur University, Tumkur, Karnataka, India
2Research Supervisor
30-32
MYTHS, CUSTOMS AND RITUALS: A STUDY OF SELECTED NOVELS OF SHASHI DESHPANDE THROUGH A FEMINIST LENS
MRINMOYEE GOSWAMI*1, Dr. INDU SWAMI2
1Assistant Professor, Department of English, L. G. B. Girls’ College, Tezpur, Assam
2Assistant Professor, Department of English,Assam University, Diphu Campus,
Diphu, Karbi Anglong, Assam
33-38
THE TRAUMA CAUSED BY BHOPAL GAS LEAK TRAGEDY BASED ON AMULYA MALLADI’S ‘A BREATH OF FRESH AIR’
TRESA P T1, G.RUBY2
1Head of English Department, Pavai College of Technology, Pachal, Namakkal.
2Asst.Professor of English, Govt.Arts & Science College, Komarapalayam
39-44
Herman Melville’s Moby Dick: Employment of Naturalism in its Rudiments
SHASHIDHAR S
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Acharya Institute of Graduate Studies
Hesarghatta Road, Soldevanahalli, Bangalore.
(Affiliated to Bangalore University and Approved by Government of Karnataka)
45-51
1 CONCEPTUALIZING THE FACETS OF INDIAN CULTURE
APARNA SINGH
Research Scholar, Department of English, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur
52-55
KHUSHWANT SINGH’S DELHI A NOVEL: RECOLLECTING AND RECLAIMING THE CITY
SANGEETA MITTAL
Associate Professor, Department of English,
Maharaja Agrasen College, University of Delhi, Delhi, India
56-65
THE MYTH OF MOTHERHOOD AND THE COMMODIFICATION OF FEMALE BODY
NIMMY JOSEPH
Assariparambil House
Kottayam, Kerala, India
66-69
OVERVIEW OF COMMON SPELLING ERRORS IN STUDENT’S EXAMINATION COMMUNICATION SKILLS SCRIPTS: A DISTURBING PHENOMENON IN TAMALE POLYTECHNIC, GHANA
RAFIU AYINLA SULEIMAN
Tamale Polytechnic, P. O Box 3 e/r, School of Applied Arts, Department of Languages and Liberal Studies Tamale-Ghana
70-77
INDIA: THE NEW CULTURAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND THE COMMUNAL INTOLERANCE
NIMMY JOSEPH
Assariparambil House
Kottayam, Kerala, India
82-84
1  THE CHARACTERS CONTROLLED BY ‘ID’ - A STUDY BASED ON JHUMPA’S SHORT STORIES COLLECTION, ‘AN UNACCUSTOMED EARTH’ AND
‘INTERPRETER OF MALADIES’
ANAMIKA LALL
Research Scholar, English Literature, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
DIT University, Dehradun.
 
85-88
DISINTEGRATION OF THE SELF IN MARTIN AMIS’S MONEY: A SUICIDE NOTE: A
SATIRE ON THE MODERN CONSUMER SOCIETY
HARWINDER KAUR
Research Scholar, Dept. of English, Kurukshetra University
Kurukshetra, Haryana, India
 
89-93
ERROR ANALYSIS ON SPOKEN ENGLISH AT UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL IN BANGLADESH
SHARMIN JAHAN
Lecturer, Department of English, Southern University Bangladesh
739/A, Mehedibag Road, Chittagong, Bangladesh
 
94-99
Tolerance of human foibles - a blessing or a curse
A study of the characters of Rosie -in R. K. Narayan’s The Guide and Rukmani–in Kamala Markandaya’s Nectar in a sieve
N. USHA
M.Phil Scholar, PRIST University, Vallam, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu
 
100-102
CASTE SYSTEM AND THE ROLE OF INTOXICANTS IN THE NOVEL BRAVE NEW WORLD
NIMMY JOSEPH
Assariparambil House
Kottayam, Kerala, India
 
103-106
1 ALICE WALKER AND THE THEMES OF THE COLOR PURPLE
RAMYASREE. D
M.Phil. scholar, Prist University, Thanjavur
 
107-108
1 HUMAN VIOLENCE AGAINST HUMANS: MANTO’S “OPEN IT!” IN THE CONTEXT OF PARTITION
VISHNU RAM
Research Scholar, Dpt. of English & Foreign Languages, M.D.U. Rohtak.
 
109-111
QUEST FOR SELF: A BRIEF STUDY OF ALICE WALKER’S THE COLOR PURPLE
R. RAAJITHA
LECTURER, DEPT. OF ENGLISH, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE FOR WOMEN KOTI, HYDERABAD
 
112-118
1 THE THEMES OF THE TEMPLE OF MY FAMILIAR BY ALICE WALKER
RAMYASREE. D
M.Phil. scholar, Prist University, Thanjavur
 
119-120
1 EFL Teacher Professional Development Practices in Beninese Secondary Schools
ETIENNE K. IWIKOTAN1, JEAN COSME N. DOSSOU2
1English Department, Université d´Abomey-Calavi, Benin
BP. 756 Abomey-Calavi, Benin
2English Department, Université d´Abomey-Calavi, Benin
 
121-131
1 PLACE-THOUGHT INTERRELATEDNESS IN LITERARY TEXTS
SREEKALA. K
Assistant Professor of English, Government College Chittur Palakkad, Kerala
 
132-134
1  THE THEME OF DISPLACEMENT: A STUDY OF ANITA DESAI’S BYE- BYE BLACKBIRD
K. JAYA
 
135-139
1 GLOBALISATION AND MODERN INDIAN LITERATURE
Dr. NABANEETA MUNSI
Assistant Professor, Bhilai Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bhilai
 
140-142
1 ANITA DESAI’S FICTION: A WHISPER OF INNER SELF
NITIKA
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Government College Hisar, Haryana, India
143-148
1 THE THEME OF SURVIVAL AND THE SEARCH FOR FEMALE IDENTITY IN MARGARET ATWOOD’S THE EDIBLE WOMAN
MD. AJMAUL ANSARI
Research Scholar (PhD), Department of English, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh.
149-151
LOVE AND MARRIAGE IN THE NOVEL OF JANE AUSTEN
R.SUMATHI
M.Phil, PRIST University, Thanjavur Dt, Tamilnadu
152-154
1 LOVE AND MARRIAGE IN AUSTEN’S NOVELS
A.HASEENA1, G.AMBIKA2
1, 2Assistant Professor in English, PRIST University
Thanjvur
155-158
IMPRESSIONS OF IMMORALITY IN JOSEPH HELLER’S CATCH 22 AND SOMETHING HAPPENED
APARNA MALIK
Assistant Professor, Dept.of English
C.R.M. Jat College, Hisar
159-163
FEMINISM IN SHASHI DESHPANDE'S NOVELS
P.RAJYA LAKSHMI1, Dr.N.ARVINDA2
1Research Scholar English,Shri JJT University
2Associate Professor English Sreenidhi Institute of Sci &Tech
164-166
THINGS FALL APART: EXPLORING THE IMPERFECTIONS AS WELL AS STRENGTH OF IGBO CULTURE
SANJAY DAS
Assistant Professor of English, Subarnarekha Mahavidyalaya
167-170
CLIL Method in Imparting Reading Skills to Secondary level Students- An
Experimental study
THEPORAL.S1, Dr.J.SUNDARSINGH2
1Research Scholar in English, Department of Science and Humanities Karunya University, Coimbatore
2Professor in English, Department of Science and Humanities, Karunya University
Coimbatore
171-174
THE PRODIGAL RETURNS: UNDERSTANDING NARRATIVES OF RETURN IN ONDAATJE’S RUNNING IN THE FAMILY (1982)
RATIKA KAUSHIK
Head of English Department, Raffles University
175-181
1 A Study on the Character ‘Jasmine’ as a Protagonist in Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine
 P. BINDUMADHAVI1, Dr.S.SELVA LAKSHMI2
1Research Scholar, Karpagam University , Karpagam Academy of Higher Education, Coimbatore
2Assistant Professor, Department of English, Karpagam University, Karpagam Academy of Higher Education, Coimbatore
182-185
1 THE CHILD AS THE FATHER OF THE ANGRY YOUNG MAN: AN ANALYSIS OF THE QUINTESSENTIAL ANTI-HERO
Dr. KAMNA SINGH
Faculty, Department of English, MCM DAV College, Chandigarh
186-189
1 UNDERSTANDING ETHNIC STUDIES
ABHISHEK CHANDEL
Research Scholar, Department of English, Kurukshetra University Kurukshetra
190-192
BETWEEN HOUSE AND HOME: SITUATING THE DIASPORIC SENSIBILITY OF V.S. NAIPAUL
Dr. B. C. Dash1, Kironmoy Chetia2
1Associate Professor, Department of English, Assam University,Diphu Campus 2Assistant Professor, Department of English, C.K.B.Commerce College, Jorhat Assam.
193-198
1 AMITAV GHOSH’S THE HUNGRY TIDE ON THE PERSPECTIVE OF CULTURAL DISLODGMENT P.PRADEEP1, Dr.R.POLI REDDY2
1Asst.Professor of English, Sreenidhi Institute of Science & Technology, Yamnampet, Ghatkesar, Rangareddy District & Ph.D Research Scholar, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur. 2Research Supervisor and Principal, SV Arts & Science College,Giddaluru, Prakasam Dt., Andhra Pradesh
199-206
1 NEURO - LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING AND ELT
D.M. VEDHA PRIYA
Ph. D Research Scholar, Department of English, Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
207-209
1 FOOD AND DIASPORIC IDENTITY INPREETHI NAIR’S ONE HUNDRED SHADES OF WHITE
 SOUMI SINHA RAY
Department of English, Ethiraj College for Women, Ethiraj Salai, Chennai, India
210-214
1 TOWARDS INDIAN ECOLOGICAL JUSTICE THROUGH MARGARET ATWOOD’S TRILOGY
Sr.Candy D’Cunha
Department of Sciences & Humanities, Andhra Loyola Institute of Engineering and Technology,Vijayawada,A.P, India
215-219
1 QUEST FOR BLACK IDENTITY IN THE EUROPEAN TRIBE
ALKA1, Dr. DIVYA JOSHI2
 1Ph. D. Scholar, 2Research supervisor Department of English, Govt. Dungar College, Bikaner. (Affltd. To Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner.)
220-227
1 CULTURAL CONFLICT IN WOLE SOYINKA’S THE LION AND THE JEWEL – A CONTRAPUNTAL READING NASREEN.M
Post Graduate Student, Sathyabama University, Chennai,
228-233
RESURRECTING AFGHANISTAN: KHALED HOSSEINI’S THE KITE RUNNER
ANJITHA GOPI
Nedungayil, Velampurathu, Mulanthuruthy, Ernakulam, Kerala
234-238
FORWARD FAIRY TALE, DELETE ROMANCE: A FEMINIST REINTERPRETATION OF RED RIDING HOOD
Dr. CHARU GOYAL
Assistant Professor, Department of English Kanoria PG Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Jaipur
239-244
1 GENDER, SUBALTERNITY, AND SILENCE: RECOVERING WOMEN’S EXPERIENCE IN MULK RAJ ANAND’S UNTOUCHABLE
RATHIKA.E
Post Graduated Student, Department of English, Ethiraj College for Women, Egmore, Chennai.
245-249
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