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VOICE OF HOPE: A STUDY OF THE RESISTANCE AGAINST CASTE-SYSTEM IN NARENDRA JADHAV’S OUTCASTE: A MEMOIR
ANJALI SHARMA
Assistant Professor, English
Rajiv Gandhi Govt. Engineering College Kangra, Nagrota Bagwan, Himachal Pradesh
608-619
HIERARCHY OF NEEDS IN CHINUA ACHEBE’S “CIVIL PEACE”: A MASLOWIAN READING
AZITA ZAMANI1, FARZANEH HARATYAN2
1M.A., Islamic Azad University, Science & Research Branch
2Assistant Professor, Islamic Azad University, Garmsar Branch
620-627
EFFECTIVE UTILIZATION OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING TECHNIQUES FOR WORKFORCE READINESS OF INDIAN ENGINEERS; A LOOK AT ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING SCENARIO OF DR.APJ.ABULKALAM UNIVERSITY, UTTAR PRADESH
SHRUTI SINHA1, RAKHI SAMEER2
1Research scholar, AIESR department, AMITY University
2Associate Professor, AIESR department, AMITY University
628-638
“THE STRONG BREED”-A THEME OF EXPIATION AND JOURNEY
Dr. M.VISHNUPRIYA
Assistant Professor, Dept. of English and foreign languages
MITS, Madanapalle, Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh
639-644
ABUSE AND COURAGE OF IMMIGRANT WOMEN IN DIVAKARUNI’S
“ARRANGED MARRIAGE”
Dr.A.SABURUNNISA1, B. PRIYA2
1Research Advisor,Department of English,Kunthavai Naacchiyaar Govt. Arts College for Women(A), Thanjavur.
2Ph.D., (Part- time) Research Scholar,Department of English,Kunthavai Naacchiyaar Govt. Arts College for Women (A),Thanjavur.
645-648
THE HEROIC IN THE PROSAIC: REVISITING MAUPASSANT
Dr. ITI ROYCHOWDHURY1, K MUTHUVEL2
1Prof Amity School of Languages AUMP Gwalior
iroychowdhury@gwa.amity.edu
2Assistant Professor Amity School of Languages AUMP Gwalior
649-652
POWERLESSNESS OF WOMEN: A STUDY OF MADAME BOVARY, ANNA KARENINA, AND THE AWAKENING
ASWATHY CHERIYAN
653-659
EXPLORING LEARNERS’ SPEAKING PROBLEM IN EFL CLASSROOM IN ETHIOPIA: THE CASE OF SOME SELECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN HADIYA ZONE
ABEBE LOLAMO ANJULO1, T. NARAYANA2
1Lecturer at Wachemo University,Department of English, Hossana, Ethiopia
Research scholar in Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India
2Professor in English department and Chairman of Post Graduate Studies, Andhra University,Visakhapatnam, India
660-664
THE ROLE OF ORATORS’ CLUB IN SHAPING ENGINEERING GRADUATES: A PRACTICAL APPROACH TOWARDS A HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT
Dr. NIRMALA RITA NAIR & Dr. GITASRI MUKHERJEE
Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology (MJCET)
Hyderabad, India
665-668
THE PRACTICES OF TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE USING LOCAL CULTURAL CONTENTS
BELACHEW BEYENE SEGNI1, Dr. L. MANJULA DAVIDSON2
1PhD Scholar , Department of English, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam
2Professor and Head, Department of English, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam
669-674
ANITA DESAI’S NOVELS: A REFLECTION OF CULTURAL BARRIER FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT
HEMANGI PATIL1, Dr. M. GHOSAL2
1Research Scholar, 2Associate Professor
Dept. of Humanities and Social Sciences, Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur
675-681
A HISTORICAL REVIEW OF THE TRANSFORMING ELT SCENARIO OF INDIA FROM BRITISH TILL TODAY
SURBHI VIJAY VARGEEYA
Assistant Professor, English
Jagannath University, Chaksu, Jaipur (Rajasthan)
682-686
REFLECTION OF CLASSROOM OBSERVATION
Dr.SHABANATHAYNIATH
Assistant Professor, Department of English,
Muffakham Jah College of Engineering & Technology,
Hyderabad, Telangana India.
687-694
TED HUGHES’ “PIBROCH”: CELEBRATING INNER MUSIC OF LIFE-AN ALTERNATIVE READING
RAJYASRI GOSWAMI
Research Scholar, Department of English, Rabindra Bharati University
695-698
WOMEN IN INDIRA GOSWAMI’S THE MAN FROM CHINNAMASTA: AN ANALYSIS
NEENA KISHOR
M.A. in English Language and Literature
University of Kerala
699-704
USING MNEMONICS STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE PRIMARY STAGE PUPILS' EFL VOCABULARY LEARNING AND RETENTION SKILLS
Dr. NAHED MOHAMMED MAHMOUD GHONEIM1, Dr. HEBA ELSAYED ABDELSALAM ELGHOTMY2
1Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Methods of Teaching English,Faculty of Education, Menoufia University, Egypt.
2Lecturer of Curriculum and Methods of Teaching English, Faculty of Education, Menoufia University
705-718
COORDINATION IN CHITONIYA THARU
Dr. PAUDYAL, KRISHNA PRASAD
Associate Professor
Birendra Multiple Campus (TU), Bharatpur, Chitwan, Nepal
719-728
SAME BUT DIFFERENT: THE CONTROVERSY OVER WOMEN’S EMANCIPATION IN AMERICAN HISTORICAL AND NON HISTORICAL WRITINGS, FROM 19th CENTURY TO THE PRESENT
Kouamé SAYNI
Etudes Américaines, Département d’Anglais, UAO Côte d’Ivoire
729-737
AUTO BIOGRAPHICAL APPROACH TO CHETAN BHAGAT’S NOVEL
SURESH M1, ESTHER RAMOLA2
1,2Assistant Professor, Department of English, SCAD College of Engineering and Technology, Cheranmahadevi, Tamilnadu, India
738-739
TOO LITTLE IS TOO MUCH: IMPACT OF ADVERTISEMENTS ON THE MORALITY OF YOUTH
SHALINI GARG1, PARAMJEET KAUR2
1,2Assistant Professor
Govt Brijindra College Faridkot, Punjab (India)
740-744
SOFT SKILLS THROUGH AESOP FABLES
Dr.G.KIRAN KUMAR REDDY1, P.DHANA RAJU2
1,2Assistant Professor, RGM College of Engineering Nandyal , Andhra Pradesh
745-746
SUBJECT, SUBJECTIVITY & AGENCY: DECONSTRUCTING THE GENDER MATRIX IN RAMA MEHTA’S INSIDE THE HAVELI
Dr SURBHI SARASWAT
Assistant Professor, Amity University, Noida
747-750
MOTHERHOOD IN THE NOVELS OF GLORIA NAYLOR
MOHIDEEN BI AFREEN1, Dr. MOHAMED RAFIQ2
1Research Scholar, Bharathidasan University, Trichy
2Associate Professor, Department of English, Jamal Mohamed College,Trichy
751-754
AESTHETICS OF NEGATION IN SAMUEL BECKETT’S FICTION: ADDRESSING THE EXISTENTIAL APORIA IN A LITERATURE OF PARADOX
Dr.TANMAY CHATTERJEE
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Bakshirhat Mahavidyalaya Bakshirhat , Cooch Behar, West Bengal, India
755-758
MYSTERY TO MIRACULOUS CONTENTMENT IN ANITA NAIR’S LESSONS IN FORGETTING
D. LEEMA DAVIDSON
Ph.D. (Full Time) Research Scholar,
Department of English, Thiagarajar College, Madurai
759-764
IN SEARCH OF ‘ANCIENT PROPERTIES’: TONI MORRISON’S TAR BABY
KRITIKA SHARMA
Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc), Department of English, Hindu College University of Delhi
765-769
WORLD OF ISLAM AND WOMEN IN AYAAN HIRSI ALI’S MEMOIRS
ABHILASHA SINGH
PhD Scholar, Department of English & Modern European Languages, Banasthali University, Banasthali, Rajasthan-India
770-776
PERSISTENT SEARCH OF THE PROTAGONIST FOR IDENTITY IN BLACK COMMUNITY IN JOHN EDGAR WIDEMAN’S SENT FOR YOU YESTERDAY
Dr. DINESH. A. GUNDAWAR
Assistant Professor, Arts, Comm. & Sci. College, Maregaon, Dist. Yavatmal
777-788
THEORY OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE AND ITS EFFECT ON VOCABULARY TEACHING
SIVARANJANI G1,Dr. KANNAYYA KANCHANA2
1Ph. D. Scholar, Department of English,Government Arts College, Coimbatore
2Assistant Professor of English(Rtrd.), Government Arts College, Coimbatore
789-795
THE CREATIVE WORLD OF GAYL JONES: LOCATING THE WOMEN’S SENSIBILITY THROUGH FIRST PERSON NARRATIVE
Dr. B. R. PANDEY1, PRAVIN KANAKE2
1Principal, Lokmanya Mahavidyalaya, Warora, Dist. Chandrapur
2Assistant Professor, B.D.P. College, Pandharkawada, Dist. Yavatmal,
796-810
THE SENSE OF A BEGINNING
IN LAURENCE STERNE’S MASTERPIECE
GIOIELLA BRUNI ROCCIA
Associate Professor, LUMSA University, Rome, Italy
811-814
INDULGING IN AN INDIVIDUALISTIC PORTRAYAL OF THE FEMININE: BUILDING A BROADER PERSPECTIVE IN DESHPANDE’S A MATTER OF TIME
S.PRITHVIKA1, AHAMED MUSFAR PM2
1,2PhD Research Scholar, Department of English
Central University of Rajasthan
815-818
AN ATTEMPT TO SYNTHESISE THOUGHT, WORD AND DEED:
A STUDY OF SELECT CHARACTERS FROM HENRIK IBSEN’S PLAYS
DIVYA GOYAL1, Prof. RAJESHWARI C. PATEL2
1Teaching Assistant & part-time research scholar, Department of English Language and Literature, Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, Anantapur Campus, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh,
2Head, Department of English Language and Literature, Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, Anantapur Campus, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh,
819-825
ONE INDIAN GIRL - A SUCCESSFUL OR SHALLOW DELINEATION OF MODERN GENERATION OF INDIAN GIRLS
M. JAYA RANJAN
Assistant Professor, Department of English
V. R. Siddhartha Engineering College, Andhra Pradesh, India
826-828
FRACTURED IDENTITY IN CHITRA BANERJEE’S QUEEN OF DREAMS
K.MUTHAMIL SELVI
Part-time Research Scholar
M.K.University,Madurai & Associate Professor of English
The Standard Fireworks Rajaratnam College for Women, Sivakasi
829-831
AN OVERVIEW OF OVER COMING TIME CONSTRAINTS IN THE TEACHING OF THE USE ENGLISH/ ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES IN LARGE CLASSES.
BLESSING IJEM
Federal University Wukari
Faculty of Humanities,Management and Social Sciences
Department of English and Literary Studies, Taraba State
832-839
BREAKING INTO THE SILENCE ZONE: MARGINALIZED VOICES AND THE FICTION OF ROHINTON MISTRY
Dr. SONIKA SETHI
Assistantt Professor, Dept.of English
S D College, Ambala Cantt, Haryana
840-850
TEACHING IMPLICATIONS—UNDERSTANDING ‘BICS’ AND ‘CALP’
FUSHAN SUN
Lecturer, Research Scholar, School of Foreign Languages,
Qingdao University of Science and Technology, Qingdao, China
851-853
ALTERATION IN RAYMOND CARVER’S “CATHEDRAL”: A READER RESPONSE READING
SHAHRZAD HASHEMI1, Dr.FARZANEH HARATYAN2
1M.A., Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Branch, Iran
2Assistant Professor, Islamic Azad University, Garmsar Branch, Iran
854-858
WHEN BLACK MALE MEETS QUEER: PRAXIS AND DYNAMICS OF BLACK MASCULINITY AND QUEER IN GENDER & SEXUALITY STUDIES
DEBASHIS MITRA
PhD Scholar, Department of English & Foreign Languages, Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya (A Central University)
859-866
AN ECO TOUR INTO THE NATURAL CYCLES THAT SUSTAIN LIFE ON THE EARTH IN THE BIBLE
VIJIYARANI. A
Associate Professor in English
Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education For Women, Coimbatore
867-873

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