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1 DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS FOR OIL SECTOR EMPLOYEES IN IRAQ BY USING MODERN TRAINING METHODS
 KAMIL ALI KAREEM AL-SAIMARI
Republic of Iraq , Ministry of Oil, South Gas Company Iraq
250-253
BLACK CONCIOUSNESS IN ALICE WALKER’S NOVELS WITH REFERENCE TO THE COLOR PURPLE, MERIDIAN AND POSSESSING THE SECRET OF JOY
 K.AMRUTHA
 Research Scholar Department of English, S.V.University, Tirupati.
254-256
1 SOCIAL REALISM IN UPAMANYU CHATTERJEE’S THE MAMMARIES OF THE WELFARE STATE
MANDEEP KAUR
Assistant Professor of English, Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa
257-261
ENGLISH STUDIES: TEACHING-LEARNING SCENARIO AT TERTIARY LEVEL
RANISHA R
Assistant Professor, Department of English Acharya Institute of Graduate Studies, Hesarghatta Road, Soldevanahalli, Bangalore. (Affiliated to Bangalore University and Approved by Government of Karnataka)
262-265
1 PSYCHIC AND CULTURAL COLONISATION IN TONI MORRISON'S 'THE BLUEST EYE' : AN ETHNIC CULTURAL FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE
GURDEV SINGH
PGT English, AMSSS, Songri, Kaithal, Haryana
266-272
1 TRANSGRESSING CULTURAL BORDERS, DISPLACEMENTS AND RETRIEVING IDENTITY IN NEB’S THE FLOODED DESERT
PRADEEP KAUR RAJPAL
Assistant Professor, DAV College, Jalandhar
273-277
THE EVOLUTION OF THE MODERN METROPOLIS AS READ ACROSS THREE TEXTS: JAMES JOYCE’S DUBLINERS, EDGAR ALLAN POE’S ‘THE MAN OF THE CROWD’ AND ÉMILE ZOLA’S THE LADIES’ PARADISE FAYEZAH M. ALJOHANI
King Abdulaziz University
278-284
1 PREDICAMENT OF THE PROTAGONIST IN WILLIAM GOLDING'S PINCHER MARTIN
HITESH GOYAL
Asst. Prof. (English), Govt. Ripudaman College, Nabha
285-292
1 WALCOTT’S OWN WORKS: “REAFFIRMATION OF CARIBBEAN CULTURE AND IDENTITY”
RUCHI DIXIT
Ph.D. Research Scholar C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur
293-296
1 NOVELS OF GITHA HARIHARAN: A PLANET OF MOTHER-DAUGHTER RELATIONSHIP
Dr. SOHAN LAL
Department of English, Pt. C.L.S. Govt. (PG) College, Karnal
297-301
Understanding Anne TANYI TANG’s EWA and other plays: A Psycholinguistic Analysis
Charles ESAMBE ALOBWEDE
The University of Yaounde I P.O. Box 755 Yaounde – Cameroon
302-317
A NEW HISTORICIST READING OF READING LOLITA IN TEHRAN
Jaya Selvi D
Research Scholar, Department of English, Stella Maris College for Women, Chennai
318-324
‘CAUGHT BETWEEN THE SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS’: A NEW FEMINIST READING OF STEPHANIE MEYER'S THE TWILIGHT SAGA
HYMA SANTHOSH1, INDU A S2
1PG Student,Department of English, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Amritapuri,Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham,Amrita University,India. 2Assistant Professor, Department of English, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham,Amrita University, India.
325-328
Raja Rao’s Novel The Serpent and the Rope
A.SATHYA
 M.Phil. English, Prist University Thanjavur. Research Supervisor: G.Ambika
329-331
THE EVOLUTION AND GROWTH OF SHORT STORY MANORAM SEN
Research Scholar, Ranchi University,Ranchi, India
332-337
1 THE ART OF LOVE AND SEASON AS PORTRAYED IN ERNEST HEMINGWAY’S “THE TORRENTS OF SPRING” NONGMAITHEM SURAJ KUMAR
Research Scholar, Nagaland University
338-341
ON THE HISTORICAL AND FUTURISTIC INTERFACE: CULTURAL IDENTITY IN NALO HOPKINSON’S MIDNIGHT ROBBER
 ANN MARY JOY
Research Scholar, Department of English, SSUS, Kalady, Kerala
342-347
1 ‘Macbeth’, Macabre Dance of Devil and The Mist of Inscrutable Mystics of the Play
SUBRATA BHATTACHARYYA
 Retired Professor of Indian Statistical Institute(ISI) Kolkata, WB, India
348-357
1 PLACE OF GRAMMAR IN ELT METHODS AND APPROACHES
 DR. NASIM AKHTAR
 Assistant Professor, Department of English Gandhi Faiz-e Aam College, Shahjahanpur
358-363
1 NORTHANGER ABBEY: A PARODY OF GOTHIC NOVEL
 Dr. ANUPMA SRIVASTAVA
Assistant Professor Department of Humanities Madhav Institute of technology and Science, Gwalior MP
364-367
HISTORY IN THE INTERSTICES: THE COUNTER-NARRATIVES AND THE ART FORMS IN THE MALAYALAM FILM ANANTHABHADRAM
SHEELU ALEX
External Lecturer, Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies
368-372
1 AMITAV GHOSH’S THE GLASS PALACE: A RECOLLECTION OF DESOLATED ANTIQUITIES
S. JOHN WESLY REGAN1, Dr. S. CHELLIAH2
1Ph.D., Research Scholar (Part Time) & Assistant Professor, Dept. of English, Mary Matha Arts and Science College, Periyakulam East. 2Professor, Head & Chairperson, Department of English & Comparative Literature, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai.
373-375
FEMALE PROTAGONISTS IN THE SELECTED STORIES IN ‘THE DAY I STOPPED DRINKING MILK’ BY SUDHA MURTY Dr. P. N. MESHRAM
 Principal R.D. College, Mulchera, Gadchiroli
376-379
1 FEMININE SUPREMACY IN MANJU KAPUR’S “DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS”
 M. KASULAMMA1 , Dr. CH. NARESH2
1Ph.D Research Scholar, K.L.University, Vaddeswaram, Guntur A.P .India
2Assoc.Prof., Dept. of English, KL University, Vaddeswaram, Guntur A.P .India
380-384
THE CONFLICT BETWEEN RURAL AND URBAN LIFE IN MARKANDAYA’S NECTER IN A SIEVE
G . AMBIKA1, J. RAGUVARAN2
1 Research Advisor & Asst . Prof. Department of English, PRIST University , Thanjavur 2Research Scholar , Department of English , PRIST University, Thanjavur
385-387
BUSINESS VALUE OF SOFT SKILLS IN SOCIAL NETWORKING
R. KARTHIKEYAN1, Dr. V. THIYAGARAJAN2
1Research Scholar (Part Time – Category B), Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India. carthy.efficacy@gmail.com 2Professor & Head, Department of English, Bannariamman Institute of Technology, Sathyamangalam, Erode Dt, Tamilnadu, India
388-390
COMPARATIVE LITERATURE, POST COLONIAL SPACES AND TRANSNATIONAL COMPARITIVISM: A CRITICAL REFLECTION
SRUTHI B GUPTHA
 Assistant Professor, Department of English, Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore
391-395
1 STYLISTICS OF TECHNICAL WRITING AND CREATIVE WRITING: A COMPARATIVE AND CONTRASTIVE STUDY S. PINKY SHAMA JOHNNY
 Assistant Professor, Department of English, Kalasalingam University, Virudhunagar
396-399
1 SOCIO-REALISM IN ROHINTON MISTRY’S TALES OF FIROZSHA BAAG
 Dr. MANOJ TIKARAM JADHAO
 Research Scholar Ghulam Nabi Azad Arts, Commerce & Science College, Barshitakli Dist. Akola (MS)
400-403
DECIPHERING THE DIASPORIC CONSCIOUSNESS: TRANSNATIONAL AND TRANSLOCAL DIASPORA IN JHUMPA LAHIRI’S INTERPRETER OF MALADIES AND BHARATI MUKHERJEE’S JASMINE
 APARNA T.V1, Dr. H.N.PRAKRITHI2
 1Assistant Professor Department of Language, T.John College, Bangalore. 2Chairperson, PG Department of English, Jain University, Palace Road, Bangalore
404-413
     
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