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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
1 425 RITIKA PAUL
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
“Few activities are as delightful as learning new vocabulary.” Tim Gunn
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
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