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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE, LITERATURE AND TRANSLATION STUDIES  (IJELR)  is a quarterly, Indexed, Refereed and Peer Reviewed Open Access & Printed Journal (Published in March, June, Sept, and December) devoted to the critical and scholarly study of the new and the established Language, literatures in English around the world in its various manifestations as International English Literature, Postcolonial Literatures, Commonwealth Literature, New Literatures in English, and World Writing in English. It welcomes articles on the relationships among the new literatures and between the new and the established literatures.

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FEMALE RESISTANCE AGAINST REPRESSION IN SHOBHA DE’S "STRANGE OBSESSION"
Dr.DIVYA.C
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Nirmala College For Women, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
444-446
1
AN ECOCRITICAL STUDY OF SOME RENOWNED PHYSICIAN-CUM-POETS OF ASSAM WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO
Dr. NILIM KUMAR AND Dr.PRANAY PHUKAN SANJEEB KALITA
 TGT(English), Kendriya Vidyalaya, RRL, Jorhat
447-450
1
A STUDY OF EXISTENTIALISM IN SAUL BELLOW’S "HENDERSON THE RAIN KING"
TAMILSELVAN.C
PhD Research Scholar PG & Research Department of English Vels University, Pallavaram Chennai, Tamilnadu, INDIA.
451--453
1
WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S "OLEANDER GIRL"
S.ABIRAMI1, Dr. S.S.NIRMALA2
1Research Scholar, K.N. Govt. Arts College For Women, Thanjavur. 2Professor of English, K.N. Govt. Arts College For Women, Thanjavur.
454--457
1
REALIZATION OF ‘SELF’ IN HEMMINGWAY’S "CODE HERO - HARRY MORGAN"
Dr K. MADHU MURTHY
Sr Assistant Professor & Head Department of English SKIT, Srikalahasthi, A.P
458--463
1
INFLUENCE OF POLITICS AND HISTORY IN GITHA HARIHARAN’S IN TIMES OF SIEGE
N .BARANIPRIYA1, Dr. A. SABURUNNISA2
1Research Scholar, PG and Research Department of English, KunthavaiNaacchiyaar Govt. Arts College For Women (Autonomous), Thanjavur 2Research Advisor, Asst. Professor of English, PG and Research Department of English, Kunthavai Naacchiyaar Govt. Arts College For Women (Autonomous), Thanjavur
464--467
1
SYMBOLIC SIGNIFICANCE OF BIRD IN THOMAS HARDY’S “THE MAYOR OF CASTERBRIDGE”
Dr. NITU SRIVASTAVA
Allahabad University
468--472
1
INDIAN ENGLISH LITERATURE Indian English Poetry (Kamala Dass) Indian English Drama (Vijay Tendulkar) Indian English Fiction (R.K. Narayan)
RUSHIKA GILL
 Assistant Professor in English, BBK DAV College For Women, Amritsar
473--477
1
ROLE OF ENGLISH TEACHER IN DEVELOPINIG STUDENS LANGUAGE SKILLS THROUGH TASK-BASED ACTIVITES
P.VIJAY KUMAR1, N.SAGAR2
 1,2Assistant Professor of English at SRKR Engineering College, Bhimavaram, affiliated to Andhra University, Vizag, Andhra Pradesh, India.
478--481
1
IDENTITY AND EXILE IN MICHAEL ONDAATJE’S "THE ENGLISH PATIENT"
ZEBA RIZVI1, Dr. NAILA AHMED SUHAIL2
1Research Scholar, Department of English, Integral University, Lucknow
2Assistant Professor, Department of English, Integral University, Lucknow
482--486
1
WE BORN TO DIE: WAITING FOR GODOT IS ACTUALLY WAITING FOR DEATH
SANJAY DAS
Assistant Professor of English St Mary College of Engineering, Kolkata Campus
487--490
1
SHASHI DESHPANDE’S ‘ROOTS AND SHADOWS’: A TRAGIC TALE OF THE FEMALE PLIGHT AND PREDICAMENT
Dr. TUKARAM S. SAWANT
Associate Professor Tuljaram Chaturchand College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Baramati, Tal. Baramati, Dist. Pune, Baramati, Maharashtra.
491--497
1
QUEST FOR THE WOMEN IDENTITY : A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF MAHESH DATTANI’S BRAVELY FOUGHT THE QUEEN
Dr. PANKAJ KUMARI
Lecturer Department of English, T.R. (P.G.) Girls College, Aligarh
498--502
1
"READING LOLITA IN TEHRAN"–AN INTELLECTUAL UNFOLDING OF A PRIVATE LITERATURE CLASS
Dr KULBHUSHAN KUMAR
Associate Prof. and Head, Dept. of English and Communication Studies, Eternal University, Distt.Sirmuur, Baru Sahib via Rajgarh, (H. P), India
503--509
1
REPRESENTATION OF CULTURE IN THE SELECTED WORKS OF V.S.NAIPAUL
JAYA SINGH
Guest Facult, Iswar Saran Degree College A Constituent College of the University of Allahabad
510--515
1
MACBETH AND HIS PROBLEMS
SHIVAJIT DUTTA
 Assistant Professor, Department of English Doomdooma College Rupai Siding, Tinisukia, Assam, India
516--520
1
EARLY FEMINISM ELEMENTS IN THE WORKS OF BRONTE SISTERS
ASHA KAUSHIK
Assistant Professor (SS), Centre for Professional Communication, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Bidholi, Via Premnagar, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
521--523
1
A CRITICAL PERSPECTIVE OF FEMINIST REVOLT AGAINST MALE DOMINATION IN HENRIK IBSEN’S A DOLL’S HOUSE
R. SIVAGAMY
Assistant Professor of English
Thiruvalluvar University Model Constituent
College of Arts and Science, Tittagudi.
524--527
1
THE REPERCUSSIONS OF RELIGION ON SOCIETY IN “THE CONVERSION OF THE JEWS” BY PHILIP ROTH
GRACE VICTORIA. I1, T K HEMALATHA2 .
1Research Scholar, Nirmala College for Women, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India 2Associate Professor, Department of English, Nirmala College for Women, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
528--530
1
THE NUANCES OF FEMINISM FOUND IN THE WRITINGS OF DIASPORIC WRITERS BHARATI MUKHERJEE AND ANITA DESAI
MAHALAKSHMI SHANMUGAM
MA Student Jamal Mohammed College, Trichy, Tamilnadu
531--534
1
A CASE STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHINESE ENGLISH LEARNERS’ SOCIAL CLASS IDENTITY AND ENGLISH LEARNING EXPERIENCE
XUE RUI
School of English, Beijing International Studies University, 1 Dingfuzhuangnanli, Beijing, China
535-540
1
REVELATION OF PSYCHIC WHOLENESS IN SHOBHA DE’S "SULTRY DAYS"
Dr.DIVYA.C.
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Nirmala College For Women, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
541-544
1
FEMALE DIASPORIC SENSITIVITES IN JHUMPA LAHIRI’S UNACCUSTOMED EARTH
Dr. M.R. CHANDRAN1, T. SENTHAMARAI2
1Associate Professor, Centre for Research in English, Saraswathi Narayanan College, Madurai, Tamil Nadu. 2Assistant Professor in English, Veltech Multitech Engineering College, Chennai
545-547
1
“BETWEEN MULTIPLE SELVES” STRUGGLE TO ASSERT MULTIPLE IDENTITIES AS A BLACK LESBIAN: A STUDY OF AUDRE LORDE’S TESTIMONIO
DEEPTHY R.CHANDRAN
 Research Scholar Department of English, University of Delhi, Delhi
548-554
1
REVISITING MYTHS: A READING OF BHARATI MUKHERJEE’S JASMINE, THE TIGER’S DAUGHTER, WIFE, THE HOLDER OF THE WORLD AND LEAVE IT TO ME
SREEJA.J
Associate Professor Government First Grade College Vittal, Bantwal Taluk, D.K Karnataka
555-558
1
TWO EPIGRAPHS WITHIN THE HISTORICAL CONTENT OF HEMINGWAY’S "THE SUN ALSO RISES"
WAEL FADHIL HASOBI
PhD Scholar, Department English Acharya Nagarjuna University
559-561
1
LORCA AS THE POET OF AVANT-GARDE AND SURREALISM
BINDIYA RAHI SINGH
JRF Research Scholar & Assistant Professor (Guest). Department of English. H.N.B.G.U (The Central University)
562-568
1
AN APPRAISAL OF PREDICAMENT OF UNTOUCHABLES IN BALAMIKI’S "JOOTHAN"
Dr. DEEN DAYAL
Assistant Professor of English Govt. Degree Collage, Mant , Mathura , U.P
569-573
1
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