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1 REFLECTIONS OF THE ENVIRONMENT IN ARAVID ADIGA’S NOVEL
“THE WHITE TIGER”
M. BALA KRISHNA1, K.S.RAMESH2
1Research scholar, Department of English, Adikavi Nannaya University
2Professor & Research Supervisor, Department of English, Adikavi Nannaya University, Rajamahendravaram-533296
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.01
1-5
1
DEMOTIVATION IN EFL LEARNING: FINDINGS, DISCUSSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
NGUYEN THI TUYEN*1, NGUYEN THI THU HUONG2 & DO CONG TRUONG3
1,2&3Lecturers of English at Ho Chi Minh City University of Natural Resources and Environment, Vietnam
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.6
6-14
1
MULTIMEDIA AND TEACHING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Dr.G.KARTHIGA
ASST.PROF.DEPT OF ENGLISH, SRI VIDYA KAMACHI COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE FOR WOMEN, MECHERI, SALEM
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.15
15-18
1
  PHENOMENOLOGICAL PORTRAYAL AND SOCIAL REALISM IN ANITA NAIR’S LADIES COUPE IN VENEER OF GENDER EQUALITY
Dr.T.MENAKA
Guest Lecturer, PRUCAS-Edappadi
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.15
19-21
1
  THE GENDERED SUBALTERN IN THE SELECT NOVELS OF INDIAN LITERATURE
Dr.M.MANOPRIYA
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Vellalar College For Women,
Thindal, Erode, Tamilnadu, India
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.15
22-25
1
1   WOLE SOYINKA’S ‘JERO’S METAMORPHOSIS’: A SATIRICAL ATTACK ON RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION
Dr. PRADNYA S. YENKAR
Associate Professor, Department of English,
Vidyabharti Mahavidyalaya, Amravati
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.15
26-30
1

ANALYSIS AND STUDY OF CORMAC MCCARTHY’S THE ROAD AS A DYSTOPIA
MRIDU SHARMA
PhD Scholar, Department of English, University of Jammu

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.31
31-34
1


CRAVE FOR CARE AND COMMITMENT IN LORRAINE HANSBERRY'S PLAY THE SIGN
IN THE SIDNEY BRUSTEIN’S WINDOW
Dr. M. PRIYA
Associate Professor of English(UA), PSG College of Arts and Science
Coimbatore - 641014
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.35
35-38
1
1
THE PROBLEM OF HUMAN DESTINY IN MAUGHAM’S "GERMAN HARRY"
M.A: AHMED RASHEED MAJEED AL_RUBAIY
Assist. Instructor, Department of English Language, Al_Yarmouk University College-Iraq

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.39
39-42
1

EXAMINING THE METROPOLIS AND THE FAMILY IN GIRISH KARNAD’SWEDDING
ALBUM AND BOILED BEANS ON TOAST
Dr.M.K.SHEEBA
Lecturer in English, Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan Deemed University, Guruvayoor Campus Puranattukara, Thrissur

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.43
43-46
1
1 JODHA’S ‘OBJECTIFIED’ EXISTENCE IN SALMAN RUSHDIE’S THE ENCHANTRESS OFFLORENCE: AN ANALYSIS TO DEBUNK VIRILIZATION IN WOMEN
Dr. V. VIDYA
Assistant Professor, Bishop Heber College, Tiruchirappalli

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.47
47-53
1

ADAPTATIONS FOR DOORDARSHAN DURING THE LATE 1980s: A HISTORICAL REVIEW
DHIREN PARMAR
Ph.D. Student and Temporary Assistant Professor Department of English, Faculty of Arts, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.54
54-60
1

NARAYAN’S ART OF STORY TELLING
MOHD. MUSTAHSIN ALI
Research Scholar. Dravidian University
Kuppam, Chittoor, Dist., Andrha Pradesh
 doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.61
61-69
1
1
ENSCONCING OF SELF –RELIANCE OF SISTERS IN JANE SMILEY’S NOVEL
‘A THOUSAND ACRES’: A STUDY
G.RANGA SURYANARAYANA1, Dr. M.NARENDRA2
1Research scholar (Ph.D), Department of English, Sri Venkateswara University
Tirupathi, Andhrapradesh.,
2Professor, Department of English, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupathi, Andhrapradesh
doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.70
70-76
1

THE MAJOR ISSUE AND STRATEGY IN THE SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING IN A
MODERN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
AYESHA AKTAR
Lecturer in English, Department of English, Asian University of Bangladesh (AUB)
House-25, Road-05, Sector-07, Uttara Model Town, Dhaka-1230, Bangladesh
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.77
77-84
1

LETTERS AS EVOLUTION OF BLACK WOMAN’S VOICE IN THE COLOR PURPLE
PRIYA MEENA
M.A. English, Indira Gandhi National Open University
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.85
85-87
1
1
THE EFFECTS OF COLONIZATION, CHILDREN’S EDUCATION AND WOMEN IN NGUGI WA THIANG’O’S “WEEP NOT CHILD”
Dr.C.VINODHINI
Assistant Professor, Department of BA English, Guru Nanak College
Velachery, Chennai-600042.
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.88
88-91
1
1
REPRESENTATION OF MOTHERHOOD, RACISM, AND GENDER OPPRESSION IN
JACOBS' INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF A SLAVE GIRL
RAJENDRA PRASAD BHATT
Research Scholar, Tribhuvan university
Kathmandu, Nepal
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.92
92-98
1

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF ETHNIC IDENTITY OF MALAMUD VIS-A-VIS HIS
CONTEMPORARIES : A CRITIQUE OF THE AUTHOR ON ETHNIC LINES
Dr. PRERNA MALHOTRA
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Ram Lal Anand College, University of Delhi
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.99
99-104
1

VICTIMS AND WITNESSES: THE SPECTACLE OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN FRANZ KAFKA’S “IN THE PENAL COLONY”
SMRITHI M. VENUGOPAL1, SHERON K. P. R2
1Research Scholar, Post Graduate and Research Department of English, St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous), Devagiri, Calicut, Kerala
2Research Scholar, Zakir Hussain Center for Educational Studies, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.105
105-110
1
NASALIZATION IN PHONETICS
M. SRIDHAR KUMAR
Research Scholar, Dravidian University,
Kuppam, Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.111
111-114
1

THEORISING FOLKLORE AS INTERTEXTUAL: A STUDY IN THE CONTEXT OF ASSAMESE LITERATURE
Dr. DEBABHUSON BORAH
Assistant Professor, Majuli College, Assam, India
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.115
115-122
1
1
THE DISINTEGRATION OF FAMILY IN JOHN OSBORNE’S LOOK BACK IN ANGER
Dr. SHIVALI SINGH
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Social Sciences of Sciences, IFTM University, Moradabad
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.123
123-125
1
1 CREATOR OF PETER PAN: J.M.BARRIE
Dr. PRADNYA S. YENKAR
Associate Professor, Department of English,
Vidyabharti Mahavidyalaya, Amravati.

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.126
126-132
1
ENGLISH AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN THE INDIAN CONTEXT
SAUMITRA JOSHI
Assistant Professor, St. Xavier's College (Nevta), Jaipur, MA Sociology and MA English (University of Rajasthan, Jaipur), Pursuing PhD, School of Social Sciences, Jaipur National University, Jaipur
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.133
133-135
1
1
ANITA DESAI’S CRY THE PEACOCK: A PSYCHONEUROTIC STUDY OF MAYA THROUGH THE LENS OF ELECTRA COMPLEX
Dr. NEELAM BHARDWAJ
Assistant Professor, P.G. Dept.of English, S.C.D. Govt. College, Ludhiana, Punjab, India
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.136
136-143
1
1
“THEY EAT MEAT”: A STUDY OF TRIBAL CULTURE IN NON-TRIBAL VICINITY
TERESA TUDU
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Avvaiyar Government College for Women, Karaikal, Puducherry (Senior Research Fellow, BHU, Varanasi)
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.144
144-147
1

A POSTMODERN ASSESSMENT IN THE FICTIONAL WORKS OF CHETAN BHAGAT
PANKAJ KUMAR BARMAN1,
Dr. RUCHI MISHRA TIWARI2

1PhD Scholar, Rabindranath Tagore University, Bhopal
2Head, School of Languages, Rabindranath Tagore University, Bhopal
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.148
148-151
1
1 REPRESENTATION OF ANDAMAN TRIBES IN DEEPAK DALAL’S ANDAMAN ADVENTURE THE JARAWA AND ANDAMAN ADVENTURE BARREN ISLAND
K. ABILASHA1 Dr. V.R. JEYASALA2
1Assistant Professor, Sri S. Ramasamy Naidu Memorial College, Sattur
2Assistant Professor, Alagappa Government Arts and Science College, Karaikudi
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.152
152-155
1

CONFLICT OF CONVICTION IN THE NOVELS OF FLANNERY O'CONNOR
Dr. SHITALBABU A. TAYADE
Assistant Professor, Ramkrushna Mahavidyalaya,Darapur
Tal- Darypaur, Dist- Amravati
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.156
156-159
1
PROBLEMS OF TEACHING ENGLISH IN ENGINEERING COLLEGES AND OVERCOMING THOSE PROBLEMS
SNEHA CHATTERJEE
Lecturer, United College of Engineering And Management, Allahabad
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.160
160-162
1
A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE SIMILARITIES BETWEEN NAZNEEN IN
BRICK LANE AND LAYLA IN MADRAS ON RAINY DAYS
K.SARADHA1, R.VISALAKSHI2
1M.Phil Scholar, 2Assistant Professor
Prist University Vallam, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.163
163-165
1
A STUDY ON THE INFLUENCE OF TARGET LANGUAGE’S IDEOLOGY AND POETICS ON THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE DARK FOREST FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF REWRITING THEORY
LYU LIANGQIU&XU ZHENGQIU* 
School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.166
166-171
1

THE DYNAMICS OF CULTURE AND GENDER:REFLECTIONS IN ENGLISH LITERATURE
Dr. SILIMA NANDA
Dy. Director, IGNOU Regional Evaluation Centre C-1, Institutional Area, Bhubaneswar doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.172
172-175
1
EFFECTS OF THE SOCIAL MEDIA ON LANGUAGE USE: THE CASE OF FACEBOOK
MICHAEL ALOZIE NWALA Ph.D1,
ISAAC TAMUNOBELEMA Ph.D2

1Department of English Studies, University of Port Harcourt
2Department of English Studies, University of Port Harcourt
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.176
176-182
1
QUEER ANALYSIS IN JEFFREY EUGENIDES’ NOVEL MIDDLESEX
R. GAYATHRI, K. JAYAPRIYA
Research scholar, Department of English, Prist University
Professor& Research Supervisor, Department of English, Prist University
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.183
183-185
1
CHRISTIAN SYMBOLISM IN C.S.LEWIS’ “THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA”
JASWA JEBARAJ A
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.186
186-190
1
WOMEN MARGINALISATION IN MANJUKAPUR’S A MARRIED WOMAN
R.ANANDHARAJ1, S.RASAKUMAR2
1Research Scholar, PRIST Deemed University, Thanjavur
2Research Supervisor, PRIST Deemed University, Thanjavur
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.191
191-194
1
DALITS: LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
Dr. MADANU SHANTHA
Associate Professor, Deparment of Engish language and literature, Ambo University, Ambo, Ethiopia
 doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.195
195-199
1
SOCIAL INJUSTICE IN RABINDRANATH TAGORE’S MUKTA-DHARA
MURUGAN U1, Dr. K.SHIBILA2
1Research Scholar, Department of English, PRIST deemed to be university, Vallam Thanjavur 2Research Advisor and Head of the department in English, PRIST deemed to be university, Vallam Thanjavur
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.200
200-202
1
1
AN INCARNATION OF PERCEPTIBLE NATURE IN SELECT POEMS OF JOHN KEATS AND ROBERT FROST
Dr. K. KAVIYARASU
Assistant Professor of English, Kongunadu Arts and Science College, Coimbatore
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.203
203-205
1
MANJU KAPUR’S “DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS”: A FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE
Dr. AVINASH CHANDER
Associate Professor, Post-Graduate Department of English,
Doaba College, Jalandhar (Punjab).
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.206
206-209
1
1 INVESTIGATING THE EFFECT OF COLLABORATIVE LEARNING ON DEVELOPING UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ READING SKILL IN KHARTOUM STATE
ABDALLA, ISMAIL ALTAYEB ALI
Taif University Khurma Branch, KSA
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.210
210-224
1
EXPLOITATION OF INNOCENCE IN MICHAEL ONDAATJE’S NOVEL, ANIL’S GHOST: A STUDY OF PAST IDENTITY IN PRESENT SCENARIO
ARIVAZHAGAN.M
Part time research Scoholar
& Assistant Professor of English, Department : Languages NIFT-TEA College of Knitwear Fashion, Tirupur, Tamilnadu- 641 606
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.225
225-228
1
MATTERS AND FIGURE OUT OF ENGLISH IN INDIAN TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS
KULWINDER SINGH
Department of English literature and linguistic

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.229
229-234
1
RE-INVENTING IDENTITY IN GLORIA ANZALDUA`S BORDERLANDS/LA FRONTERA
AMRITHA VYDOORI S P
Research Scholar, Department of English
University of Calicut
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.235
235-238
1
1 INTERPRETING CALIBAN FROM POST-COLONIAL POINT OF VIEW: A CRITIQUE OF AIME CESAIRE’S A TEMPEST
JOYDEV MAITY
M.A in English Literature
Banaras Hindu University
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.239
239-243
1
Use of ICT in ELT: Emerging Trends and Initiatives towards digital Classroom
SAVITA SHARMA
Research Scholar (PhD English)
Supervised by Dr. Kanupriya Department of School of Humanities and Sciences,
Department of English, K.R Managalam University
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.244
244-247
1
1 AMIRI BARAKA: NOVELIST OF POLITICAL PROPAGANDA RATHER THAN SERIOUS ART
SAIMA HAMEED
Research Scholar, Department of English, Jai Prakash University, Chapra
Bihar, India-841301
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.248
248-252
1
ON THE ALLUSION TRANSLATION OF MAO'S POETRY-FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF FUNCTIONAL EQUIVALENCE
WANG SHANSHAN1, WU JIAPING2
Student1, Associate Professor2
College of Foreign Language, North China Electric Power University, China
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.253
253-261
1
HUMANITY IS DIVINITY WHICH TEACHES TO BE KIND, CONSIDERATE AND COMPASSIONATE TO ANIMALS: A STUDY OF BLACK BEAUTY BY ANNA SEWELL
RITU HIRA1, Dr.YOGESH CHANDER SOOD2, Dr. RAM KRISHAN3
1M.Phil. (English), Research Scholar, Indus International University, Bathu (Una) H.P.,
2Professor of English, Indus International University, Bathu (Una) H.P.,
3Assistant Professor and HOD, Department of English, Indus International University, Bathu (Una) H.P.
 doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.262
262-266
1
MYTH, MYTHOPOEIA AND HIGH FANTASY IN CONTEMPORARY INDIAN NOVELS
Dr. SAMIR THAKUR1, Dr. SAVITA SINGH2, SHRADDHA SHARMA3
1Principal, RITEE College of Management Raipur (C.G.)
2Asst. Professor Department of English, Govt. NPG College of Science Raipur (C.G.)
3Research Scholar, Pt.Ravishankar Shukla Univercity, Raipur (C.G)
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.267
267-269
1
MYTHOLOGICAL ELEMENTS IN AMISH TRIPATHI’S ‘THE IMMORTALS OF MELUHA’
N. ARTHI1, M. THAMIZHMANI2
1Research Scholar, PRIST Deemed University, Thanjavur
2Assistant Professor, PRIST Deemed University, Thanjavur
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.270
270-274
1
WOMEN OF METTLE: CHALLENGING PATRIARCHAL HEGEMONY IN THE CONTEXT OF MAHASHWETA DEVI’S TILL DEATH DO US PART
Dr. POONAM DAGA
Guestfaculty English, Ratlam
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.275
275-277
1
DEVELOPING READING AND WRITING SKILLS AMONG THE SECOND YEAR INTERMEDIATE TELUGU MEDIUM STUDENTS OF MAHABUBNAGAR DISTRICT IN TELANGANA- PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
S.BHASKAR
Research Scholar, (Ph.D), Potti Sreeramulu Telugu University, Hyderabad
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.278
278-282
1
THE NARRATIVE ART IN ARAVIND ADIGA’S “THE WHITE TIGER”
Dr. JITENDRA KUMAR MISHRA1, Dr. MADHUR KUMAR2
1Assistant Professor, Dept. of English, LNT College, B. R. Ambedkar Bihar University, Muzaffarpur, Bihar, India
2Associate Professor, PG Dept. of English,
B. R. Ambedkar Bihar University, Muzaffarpur, Bihar, India
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.283
283-290
1
ANALYZING DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF LIVES THROUGH FEMINISM, CRITICAL RACE THEORY, AND MULTIMODAL COMPOSITION
RANJAN RAJ DAHAL
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.291
291-296
1
ORAL TRADITION: SIGNIFICANCE IN CULTURE PRESERVATION SPECIAL REFERENCE TO AFRICAN LITERATURE
SARITA DEVI1, LATA MISHRA2*
1Research Scholar, Jiwaji University,Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
2Professor, Govt. KRG, (Auto.) College, Affiliated to Jiwaji University, Gwalior

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.297
297-301
1
THE ART OF HUMAN SURVIVAL THROUGH FALLEN NATURE OF MAN AS PORTRAYED BY WILLIAM GOLDING IN LORD OF THE FLIES
Dr.CHRISTY PAULINA.J
Head & Assistant Professor of English
Bishop Caldwell College, Maravanmadam, Thoothukudi, India
(Affiliated to Manonmaniam Sundaranar University)
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.302
302-306
1
1

REMAPPING AMITAV GHOSH’S THE SHADOW LINES: A MIRAGE OF PARTITION
Dr. NEELAM BHARDWAJ
Assistant Professor, P.G. Dept. of English, S.C.D. Govt. College,
Ludhiana, Punjab, India
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.307
307-313
1

THE INTERPLAY OF AFRICAN CULTURAL IDENTITY AND WESTERN CIVILIZATION; A TEXTUAL X-RAY OF CHINUA ACHEBE’S THINGS FALL APART
OLAJIDE OGIDAN1, OLUSANYA BOLARINWA2
1,2Department of Languages, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.314
314-319
1
1 JHUMPA LAHIRI’S: INTERPRETER OF MALADIES: A NOVEL OF DIASPORA AND CROSS-CULTURAL IDENTITY
Rekha Kumari
Research Scholar, Department of English, J.P. University, Chapra, Bihar
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.320
320-327
1
ALIENATION AND MODERNISM IN THE PLAYS OF ARTHUR MILLER
Dr. SOHAM CHAUDHARY
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Cambridge Institute of Technology,Ranchi, Jharkhand
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.328
328-332
1
ON DEHUMANIZATION AND EXPLOITATION: A LEXICO-SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF RICHARD WRIGHT’S BLACK BOY
ADETORO, ABIODUN1, ADEYEMO, NELSON GBENGA2
Department of Languages, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.333
333-337
1
1 ANITA DESAI’S FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN: A NOVEL OF SURVIVAL ON MARGINS
Dr. M.H. SIDDIQUI
Associate Professor, Department of English, P.C. Science College, Chapra
J.P. University, Chapra, Bihar, India
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.338
338-344
1
1
JOHN UPDIKE’S THE CENTAUR: NOVEL OF “A MISPLACED MAN”
ISTUAK AHMAD
Research Scholar, Department of English, J.P. University, Chapra, Bihar, India

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.345
345-354
1
SOCIAL REALITY IN VIJAY TENDULKAR'S SILENCE! THE COURT IS IN SESSION
Dr. USHA MANDHAN
Department of English, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra-136119 (Haryana)

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.355
355-358
1
A VERIDICAL EXPOSITION OF AFRICA IN NOEMIA DE SOUSA’S “IF YOU WANT TO KNOW ME”
ANJU.E.R
Assistant Professor of English
Scott Christian College (Autonomous) Nagercoil Affiliated to Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli-12.

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.359
359-360
1
HUMOR IN DEPICTING APOSTLES OF JESUS AND DISCIPLES OF PARAMARTHA GURU
Dr. M. RAJENDRA PANDIAN
Associate Professor of English, The American College, Madurai-2

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.361
361-367
1
HARMFUL HAVENS: HOME AND THE HOUSEHOLD IN ISMAT CHUGHTAI’S
“THE QUILT”
Dr. CHARU VAID
Assistant Professor, C.B.Gupta B.S.S. Degree College
University of Lucknow

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.368
368-372
1
EQUIVOCALITY AND THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
VASVI GUPTA
Student, Mayo College Girl’s School, Ajmer

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.373
373-379
1

SCATTING THE SEMANTICS: READING SCAT IN RALPH ELLISON’S INVISIBLE MAN
SAMRIDHI AGGARWAL
Independent Researcher, MA in Contemporary Literature Culture and Theory,
King’s College London, United Kingdom

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.380
380-385
1
1 ARUN JOSHI: MAN AND HIS WORKS
VIVEKANAND KUMAR
Research Scholar, Department of English
J.P. University, Chapra, Bihar, India

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.386
386-391
1
LACANIAN READING OF THE VICTORIAN TEXT LEWIS CAROLL’S ALICE IN WONDERLAND
NOOREEN FATIMA NAQVI
Research Scholar, Department of English, University of Lucknow

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.392
392-395
1
UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD AND UNITY IN DIVERSITY IN ISLAM AND IN THE WRITINGS OF WHITMAN AND EMERSON: A THEORETICAL STUDY
SUMIYA BINTA AMIN1,
MD. AZIZ-UL-BARI KHAN2

1Lecturer, Department of English, Bangladesh Islami University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
2Assistant Professor, Department of English, City University, Dhaka, Bangladesh

doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.396
396-400
1
WIKI-BASED BLENDED CLASSROOM DESIGN: ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) LEARNING ACTIVITIES
MEHERUN NESA
Associate Professor, Department of English, Jagannath University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.401
401-413
1
INTROSPECTION OF GEORGE MIKE’S WRITINGS ON BRITISH LIFE
THROUGH ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACH
Dr.S.SHARMILA
Assitant Professor of English
SDNB Vaishnav College for Women, Chrompet, Chennai-44
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.414
414-416
1
DELINEATING THE CHARACTER ARC OF DYNAMIC CHARACTER OF VIRMATI IN MANJU KAPUR’S DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS
Dr. SUCHITA MARATHE
Associate Professor in English, SBMM,Mahal,Nagpur.
Maharashtra, India.
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.417
417-424
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THE IDEA OF BEAUTY IN PSYCHE IN THE IDEALISM OF JOHN KEATS: AN EXPLORATORY EVALUATION
MD. SHAHINUR ALAM SARKER PhD1 & MUNSHI TAUHIDUZZAMAN2
1Associate Professor in English, Dept. of Humanities, Khulna University of Engineering &Technology, Khulna, Bangladesh.
2Assistant Professor in English, Dept. of Humanities, Khulna University of Engineering &Technology, Khulna, Bangladesh.
doi: doi.org/10.33329/rjelal.73.425
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