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1 MUSIC OF LIFE: A QUEST OF HIDDEN RUDIMENTS
IN THE WRITINGS OF RUSKIN BOND
Dr. GAURAV AGRAWAL
Assistant Teacher, Dept. of English, Z.P.I.C. Muradgunj, Auraiya. (U.P.)
263-267
2 TRIP TO PAHALGAM: A POPULAR CULTURE OF INDIA
AEJAZ AHMAD MALLA
Research Scholar Department of English
Jiwaji University Gwalior M.P, India
268-270
EXPLORATION OF THE IDEA OF IDENTITY IN THE WORKS OF KAMALA DAS
INAYAT CHAUDHARY
Research Scholar, School of Humanities
Singhania University, Pacheri Bari (Jhunjhunu), Rajasthan
271-274
TRAVEL AND HISTORY: EXPLORING THE SIGNIFICANCE OF REINSTATING THE JEWISH REMAINS OF KERALA
ARYA M. P
Guest Faculty, Bharata Mata College, Thrikkakara, Kerala
275-278
SPIRITUAL EDUCATION FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
SHAHID HUSSAIN
Assistant Professor, Department of Hindi
Dr. C. V. Raman University, Kargi Road Kota, Bilaspur (C.G.)
279-282
MAHESH DATTANI’S FINAL SOLUTIONS: A STUDY OF HARSH SOCIAL REALITY
RAJNI SAINI & MONIKA CHAHAL
M.Phil Student, Department of English
CRSU, Jind, Haryana
283-286
1 PORTRAYAL OF POST MODERN MYTH IN JOHN BARTH’S “CHIMERA”
R.MURUGESAN
PhD Research Scholar, Department of English, Annamalai University,
Chidambaram, Tamilnadu
287-290
1 QUEERING PRISONIZATION ; A REVISIONING OF DARABONT’S
THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION
A.HARISANKAR
Student of M.A English Literature at St Thomas College ,Palai
291-294
RE-DEFINING THE SELF: A PERSPECTIVE ON WRITINGS FROM NORTH-EAST INDIA
V.LALENGKIMI
Assistant Professor, Lawngtlai College, Mizoram
295-297
FEMALE SUBJECTS AND NEGOTIATING IDENTITIES IN MEENA ALEXANDER’S SELECTED WORKS
Dr. ARCHANA HOODA
Asst Professor of English
Govt. College for Girls, Sector-14, Gurugram.
Haryana
298-303
TORSO AND LINDA IN FAULKNER’S FICTION
Dr. VIBHA MANOJ SHARMA
Assistant Professor, Dept of English, Swami Shraddanand College, University of Delhi,
Alipur, Delhi, India
304-307
1 ASSISTED APPLICATIONS OF ICT IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
J. AUNGSTON1, SREE MAYA2
1Assistant Professor of English, DMI College of Engineering, Chennai.
2Assistant Professor of English, Loyola Institute of Technology, Chennai
308-311
1 UNDERSTANDING THE CONCEPT OF LOVE THROUGH SHAKESPEARE
ADITI JOSHI
Research Scholar, Department of English Rajasthan University
312-314
TOWARDS A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE STYLES OF ABU AL-ALA MA'ARRI AND KHAYYAM
FATEMEH GHADAMI1, Dr. MOHAMMAD HASSAN MASOOMI2, Dr. MOHAMMAD JANNATIFAR3
1Arabic Language and Literature PhD, Islamic Azad University, Qom Branch
2Assistant Professor and Faculty member, Islamic Azad University, Qom Branch
3Associate Professor and faculty member, Islamic Azad University, Qom Branch
315-320
IMPACT OF LIFE STYLE ON HEALTH AND HAPPINESS OF PEOPLE
Dr. MITIMA SACHDEVA
Assistant Professor (III), Amity Institute of Education, Amity University,
321-324
FEMINISM IN SHAKESPEAREAN LITERATURE: COMPARISON OF ELEMENTS OF FEMINISM AND MISOGYNY IN SELECTED PLAYS
NABILAH HANIPH
Assistant Professor, MES Kalladi College, Mannarkkad
Palakkad, Kerala
325-331
A SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS OF NOUN AND NUMBER OF ENGLISH FOR ESL COMPREHENSION
Dr.S.HARIKRISHNA RAO
Department of English, GMR Institute of Technology, Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh
332-335
1 EXISTENTIALISM AND STARK NOTE OF ALIENATION IN THE MODERN LITERATURE- A DETAIL ANALYSIS IN TERMS OF POST MODERN LITERATURE
SHANTANU SIULI
Assistant Professor, Department of English, ICFAI University
Kamalghat, Agartala, West Tripura, India
336-341
Liji DOSTOEVSKY AS A SOCIAL SATIRIST: THE EVOLUTION OF THE DOSTOEVSKIAN SATIRE THROUGH THE THREE SHORT STORIES: “AN UNPLEASANT PREDICAMENT”, “THE CROCODILE” AND “BOBOK”
LIJI AUGUSTINE
Assistant professor, Department of English, T M Jacob Memorial Government College, Manimalakunnu, Kerala, India & PhD Research Scholar
342-347
“QUEEN”: VERSATILENESS AND SELF-DISCOVERY OF WOMAN
NIGAR ALAM
Research scholar, B.B.D.U. Lucknow
348-353
vidya DUAL PERSONALITY AND SELF-ERASURE IN AURORA ZOGOIBY OF SALMAN RUSHDIE’S THE MOOR’S LAST SIGH
V.VIDYA
Teaching Assistant, Alagappa University College of Education, Karaikudi
354-364
1 RELIGIOUS ALLUSIONS IN NZRUL’S POETRY: AN INTERTEXTUAL ANALYSIS
Md. Saiful Alam
Postgraduate Student, School of English
The University of Nottingham
365-373
2 A CRITICAL REVIEW OF SHASHI DESHPANDE’S PSYCHOANALYTIC APPROACH IN THAT LONG SILENCE: EXPLORING THE UNCONSCIOUS SEGMENT OF ITS PROTAGONIST’S MIND
Dr. BARAKHA BANSAL
Lecturer, Dept. Of English, Govt. Girls Inter College, Devla, Saharanpur (U.P)
374-378
THE NOVEL FORM OF ENSLAVING THIRD WORLD NATIONS IN THE GUISE OF CORPORATOCRACY: A STUDY OF THE CONFESSIONS OF AN ECONOMIC HIT MAN AND THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN EMPIRE BY JOHN PERKINS
Dr.R.SIVADITHYA
Faculty member, PG Centre, Gadwal, Palamuru University Mahabubnagar & A life member of Osmania University Centre For International Programs
379-383
3 THE THEME OF TRAVEL IN AGHA SHAHID ALI’S A NOSTALGIST’S MAP OF AMERICA
SALONEY KACKER
Research Scholar, Dept. of English, B.H.U
384-388
DIASPORIC PULSE: A STUDY OF JHUMPA LAHIRI’S THE NAMESAKE
R. BAKYARAJ
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Chalapathi Institute of Engineering & Technology, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh
389-394
4 THE SPOKEN FORM OF ENGLISH IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING
SURESH KUNTA
DL, Spoorthi Degree College, Keesara, Hyederabad
395-398
1 CROW: THE MYTHIC BIRD IN THE POETRY OF TED HUGHES
FALAKNAZ INTAJ MALEK
Research Scholar, School of Doctoral Research and Innovation
GLS University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
399-405
1 LANGUAGE IS A MAJOR CONCERN FOR POSTCOLONIAL AFRICAN WRITERS: EXPLORING NGUGI WA THIONG’O
Dr. YASHODHARA PRASAD1, ROHINI JHA2
1Associate Professor (HOD), Department of English, J.D.Women’s college ,Patna (Bihar) India
2Research Scholar (SLET Qualified), Department of English, V.K.S.University, Ara, (Bihar), India
406-410
NARRATING THE PAST: RECONSTRUCTION OF MEMORY IN TONI MORRISON’S BELOVED
SATENDER KUMAR
Research Scholar, Department of English, Jai Narayan Vyas University
Jodhpur, Rajasthan
411-415
THE DANGER AND DESTRUCTION INHERENT IN ROMANTIC LOVE AND MARRIAGE IN FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD OF THOMAS HARDY
SANTHALAKSHMI P
Department of English, AJK College of Arts and Science, Navakkarai, Coimbatore, India
416-418
HUMANISTIC CONCERNS IN JOHN GALSWORTHY’S JUSTICE
V. MURALIDHARAN1, Dr. S. RAMAMURTHY2
1Research Scholar (P/T), Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
jayamuralidhar86@gmail.com
2Dean of Academics, Centre for Research, SrimadAndavan Arts and Science College, T.V. Kovil, Trichy
419-424
1 SHIVA FOR ALL TIMES: A STUDY OF AMISH TRIPATHI’S THE IMMORTALS OF MELUHA
RITIKA PAUL
Research Scholar, Department of English Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
425-428
DECOLONIZING THE MIND:A LIMITED PERIPHERY
PURNIMA PANDEY1, TANUSHREE SANWAL 2
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor
1Department of Applied Sciences, 2Department of Humanities
Krishna Engineering College, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad
429-431
1 SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS ON HARRY MORGAN: TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT BY ERNEST HEMINGWAY
Dr. VIBHA MANOJ SHARMA
Assistant Professor, Dept of English, Swami Shraddhanand College, University of Delhi, Alipur, Delhi, India.
432-438
VOCABULARY BUILING: DOING IT DIFFERENTLY
NAIR NIRMALA RITA1, TANGELLAMUDI ANITHA2
1Professor, 2Assistant Professor
Department of English, Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology,
Rd. No 3. Banjara Hills, Hyderaba
439-445
  CLASS OBSERVATIONS IN BENINESE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS AND LAURENT CANTET’S FILM ‘‘ENTRE LES MURS’’: AN INSTRUMENT FOR TEACHERS’ SELF- DEVELOPMENT AND TEACHER TRAINING. A CASE STUDY OF TECHNICAL SCHOOLS IN
BENIN REPUBLIC
Sourou Corneille TEBA
Department of English, University of Abomey-Calavi, Bénin 
445-462
 
  LEARNING ENGLISH WITH THE HELP OF VARIOUS COGNITIVE SKILLS
VEENA JOSEPH
Associate Professor & Head, Department of English,
Hislop College, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
 
463-469
 
1  USING DRAMA IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING CLASSROOMS TO IMPROVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS OF LEARNERS
D.M. VEDHA PRIYA
Ph. D Research Scholar, Department of English
Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
 
470-474
 
 
2  THE ILL EFFECTS OF SOCIAL EVILS ON THE WOMEN IN KAMALA MARKANDAYA’S NOVEL NECTAR IN A SIEVE
Dr. RAJA AMBETHKAR1, S. NABIYA BANU2
1Research Supervisor,2Research Scholar
Department of English, K L Univesity, AndhraPradesh, India
 
475-478
 
 
3  PARSI ETHOS IN THE NOVELS OF SIDHWA
M. MANJULA1, Dr V.B.CHITRA2
1Research Scholar, 2Research Supervisor, Associate Professor, Head Department of English and Chairman BOS
Deparment of English, JNTU Anantapur
 
479-483
 
 
  QUEST FOR BEAUTY IN THE PLAYS OF TENNESSEE WILLIAMS
“CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF ”
ANAND KUMAR MINJ1, SHUKLA BANERJEE2, MADHU KAMRA3
1Ph.D Research Scholar, Department of English, Durga College, Raipur, C.G, India
2Professor &Head, Department of English Govt. N.P.G College of Science, Raipur, C.G, India
3Professor &Head, Department of English, Durga College, Raipur, C.G, India
 
484-490
 
 
4  RACIAL AGONIES OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MAIDS IN KATHRYN STOCKETT’S THE HELP
SHANMATHI. S
M.A., English Literature, Theivanai Ammal College for Women,Villupuram, Tamil Nadu, India
 
491-496
 
 
1 THE POLITICS OF REVENGE: PSYCHOANALYTIC APPROACH AND VULNERABILITY OF FEMALE PROTAGONIST IN THE FILM KAHAANI
SYEDA NATASHA MUKHTER
Lecturer, Department of English, European University of Bangladesh
RupayanShelford, Mirpur Road, Shamoly, Dhaka-1207
497-500
  
THE EFFECTS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMAN IN TENNESSEE WILLIAMS’ THE STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE AND LYNN NOTTAGE'S PROOF!
Sanaa Mohammed Mahdi (Ph.D)
Instructor, College of Arts
Al-Mustansiriyah University
501-510
  
LESBIAN CONTINUUM IN ZORA NEALE HURSTON’S “THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD” AND IN ALICE WALKER’S “ THE COLOR PURPLE”
ADAPPATU ANCY ANTONY
Susan Villa – 1st Floor, Srinivasa gardens, Kallikkad, Pallipuram P.O, Palghat
511-515
  
EXPLORATION OF BANGLA MEDIUM BACKGROUND LEARNER’S EAP NEEDS IN PURSUANCE OF HIGHER STUDIES
MD MOKARROM HOSSAIN
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Pabna university of Science and Technology
516-521
  
1 A CRITICAL STUDY ON THE THEME OF FORGIVENESS IN ANITA NAIR’S
LESSONS IN FORGETTING
THANGJAM CHENGLEINGANBI CHANU1, Dr.S.SELVALAKSHMI2
1Ph.D., Scholar, 2Assistant Professor
Karpagam University,Karpagam Academy of Higher Education, CBE
522-526
  
IMMIGRATION WITH PARSIS IN ROHINTON MISTRY'S SWIMMING LESSONS AND OTHER STORIES FROM FIROZSHA BAAG
C. SHANMUGA PRIYA
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Srimad Andavan Arts and Science College(Autonomous),Trichy - 5
527-529
  
PROFESSION FOR A MARRIED WOMAN
Dr. ANJALI TRIPATHY
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar
530-536
  
1 CHALLENGES FACED BY EFL TEACHERS WHILE TEACHING ARAB STUDENTS
PADMINI SATHYANARAYANA KUMAR1, Dr. NAGARAJ LAKSHMAIAH2
1Lecturer, Department of English, Vocational Training Centre, Sur, Sultanate of Oman
2Lecturer, English Language Centre, Ibri College of Technology, Ibri, Sultanate of Oman
537-543
  
1 REPRESENTATION OF MALE BODY AND MALENESS IN MANU JOSEPH’S
SERIOUS MEN
RESHMI K.S.
Research Scholar PhD
Department of English, SreeSankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady
544-546
  
THE RESEARCH ON THE APPLICATION OF SNS IN COLLEGE ENGLISH TEACHING IN THE WE MEDIA ERA
FUSHAN SUN
Lecturer, Research Scholar, School of Foreign Languages,
Qingdao University of Science and Technology, Qingdao, China, 266061
547-550
  
1 WE FILIPINOS ARE MILD DRINKERS: A POST-COLONIAL TEXT EXEMPLIFYING MULTIPLICITY OF MEANINGS
DOMINADOR L. PAGLIAWAN DA LitCom
Chair, Languages and Literature Unit
Leyte Normal University, Tacloban City, Philippines
551-562
  
AMBIVALENCE IN J.M. COETZEE’S WAITING FOR THE BARBARIANS
RAJKUMAR. P
Research Scholar, Research Department of English, The American College
Madurai
563-564
  
1 CULTURAL RIGHTS VERSUS HUMAN RIGHTS: A CRITICAL SURVEY OF TROKOSI TRADITION IN WIFE OF THE GODS
P.MICHAEL AROKIASAMY
Assistant Professor of English, Don Bosco College, Keela Eral, Thoothukudi, Tamilnadu
565-570
  
CULTURAL HYBRIDITY IN NOVONEEL CHAKRABORTY’S MARRY ME STRANGER
P. LAKSHMANAN
Research Scholar
The American College, Madurai
571-573
  
LOYALTY IN RELATIONSHIPS TURNED INTO DISLOYALTY IN THE NOVELS OF DAN BROWN
Dr.M.KALAIARASAN
Assistant Professor, Department of English
RVS College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore, India
574-576
  
1 GHOST: PSYCHOLOGICAL MYTH OR COMPLICATED TRUTH
AJAY KUMAR ‘LILRAIN’
Lecturer of English (H.E.S II)
Government Senior Secondary School, Hassan
Department of School Education, Haryana (Govt. of Haryana)
577-580
  
VICTIMIZATION OF FEMALE CHARACTERS IN TWO NOVELS OF CHARLES DICKENS; OLIVER TWIST AND DAVID COPPERFIELD
FARIBA JAFARI
Ph.D. student of English Literature
Aligarh Muslim University
581-591
  
BOUND IN SPIRIT: AN EXPLICATION OF THE MOHAWK LEGEND OF MAN-NATURE KINSHIP IN MAURICE KENNY’S “THEY TELL ME I AM LOST”
GAYATRI BALAKRISHNAN
Independent Scholar, UGC/NET
Gerugambakkam, Chennai
592-597
  
DILEMMA OF A MOTHER TRAPPED IN THE WEBMADE SOCIETY OF MAHASWETA DEVI’S NOVEL MOTHER OF 1084
VINU C. JAMES1, KEERTHY R. J2
1Research Scholar, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
2III BA English, Yuvakshetra Institute of Management Studies (YIMS), Palakkad
598-601
  
DRAMATISTS AS HUMANISTS: READING VIJAY TENDULKAR, MANJULA PADMANABHAN AND MAHESH DATTANI’S PLAYS
A. RAJINA BANU1, Dr. S. SUBBIAH2
1PhD Research Scholar, 2Department of English and Foreign Languages, Alagappa University, Karaikudi
602-606
  
STORM, THE AGENT OF PURIFICATION AND TRANSMUTATION: A STUDY OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S KING LEAR AND PATRICK WHITE’S THE EYE OF THE STORM
Dr. B.SIVA PRIYA
Assistant Professor of English
The Standard Fireworks Rajaratnam, College for Women, Sivakasi
607-611
  
1 IMPACT OF ENGLISH FOR BETTER EMPLOYMENT
P.BASHEER KHAN
Lecturer in English, JNTUA College of Engineering, Kalikiri,Andhra Pradesh,India
612-613
  
1 SELF-LEARNING OF ENGLISH USING MOBILE APPS
Dr.K.RATHIGA
Department of English, MepcoSchlenk Engineering College
Sivakasi, India
614-618
  
THE EFFECTS OF LACK OF QUALIFIED ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED SCHOOLS IN TAMALE METROPOLIS
SUJATHA PANDIYAN*1, SALAAM MAASU2, OPOKU ALBERT3
1,2,3 Senior Lecturer, Department of Information Technology,
Valley View University, Techiman, Ghana, West Africa. TM 183
619-625
  
WOMEN TRAVEL NARRATIVES: A REFLECTION OF SPIRITUAL GROWTH AND SELF-REALIZATION
SHWETA SHREE
IGNOU- New Delhi
626-630
  
1 PORTRAYAL OF ZAMINDARI SYSTEM IN KAMALA MARKANDAYA’S
NECTAR IN A SIEVE
P. JAGADEESWARI1, N. ARUNAGIRI2
1Research Scholar, 2Assistant Professor
ERK College of Arts and Science, Erumiyampatti, Dharmapuri (T.N)
631-634
  
EFFECTS OF IMPLICIT VERSUS EXPLICIT VOCABULARY INSTRUCTION ON EFL
LEARNERS’ VOCABULARY KNOWLEDGE GAIN
MOHAMMAD GOLSHAN1, GUITI MORTAZAVIZADEH2
1Assistant Professor, Islamic Azad University, Maybod Branch
2Faculty member, Islamic Azad University, Yazd Branch
635-640
  
1 FRENCH LOVER: AN EXPLORATION INTO THE UNKNOWN HEAVEN AND DECOLONISATION OF SELF IN A DIASPORIC SCENARIO
JERIN ANN JOHNY
MA English Language and Literature
Christian College, Chengannur
641-649
  
1 DISINTEGRATION WITH SUPPOSITION IN THE SELECT NOVELS OF
KAMALA MARKANDAYA
M.INDUMATHI
Ph.D Scholar, Department of English and Foreign Languages, Alagappa University, Karaikudi
650-652
  
AN ANALYSIS OF TEACHER TALK VERSUS STUDENTS TALK DURING THE CLASSROOM INTERACTION
MOHAMMAD GOLSHAN1, MAJID ZEINALINEJAD2
1Assistant Professor, Department of English, Maybod Branch, Islamic Azad University, Maybod, Iran
2PhD Candidate, Department of English, Maybod Branch, Islamic Azad University, Maybod, Iran.
653-657
  
1 ENLIGHTENMENT AND EMPOWERMENT THROUGH EDUCATION IN THE SELECT NOVELS OF SHASHI DESHPANDE
S. DEEPA PRIYADHARSINI
Ph. D Research Scholar, Department of English and Foreign Languages, Alagappa University, Karaikudi.
658-660
  

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