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1Submission Open For Volume 8 Issue 2: 2021

Author ID Article Info Page No
THE DEHUMANIZATION OF HUMANITY IN EUGENE O’NEILL’S THE HAIRY APE
Dr. PRAKASH EKNATH NAVGIRE
Sir Vithaldas Thackersey College of Home Science (Autonomous), SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai, Santacruz west, Mumbai
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.1
1-4
1
CALLING OUT THE DOPPELGÄNGERS: QUESTIONING THE IDENTITIES OF STOPPARD'S ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN
SAMRAGNGI ROY
Jadavpur University, Kolkata English Department
Email: samragngi123@gmail.com
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.5
5-12
1
1  SEARCH FOR BEAUTY AMIDST RESTRICTIONS OF LIFE IN TONI MORRISON’S THE BLUEST EYE AND SULA
Dr. O.KUMARA SWAMI
Asst. Professor of English, Sree Chaitanya College of Engineering, Karimnagar-505527, Telangana State., India.
Email Id: kumaraswami.o@gmail.com
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.13
13-15
1
WOMEN OF DECADENCE IN THE INDIAN FIN DE SIÈCLE IN PARO: DREAMS OF PASSION
Dr. MAUSUMI ROYCHOUDHARY
Asstt. Prof. in English, Amity University Chhattisgarh
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.16
16-19
1
REINVENTING THE SELF- AN EXISTENTIAL PERSPECTIVE TO ARUNDATHI ROY’S “THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS”
Dr. K. JAYA
Assistant Professor
Karpagam Academy of Higher Education.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.20
20-24
1
WOMEN AS VICTIMS IN J.M. COETZEE’S NOVEL ‘DISGRACE’
MRIDULA RASHMI KINDO
Associate Professor of English, IGNOU, New Delhi.
Email:mridularkindo@yahoo.in.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.25
25-34
1
THE DYNAMICS OF ONLINE LEARNING
Dr. Chitra Krishnan1, Capt. Dr.V. Parimala Venu2
1Assistant Professor of English, Department of English, GITAM School of Gandhian Studies, GITAM (Deemed to be university), Visakhapatnam. Email:ckrishna@gitam.edu
2Associate Professor of English, Department of English, GITAM School of Gandhian Studies, GITAM (Deemed to be university), Visakhapatnam. Email:pvallams@gitam.edu
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.35
35-38
1
1 FLIPPED LEARNING: AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH IN TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS
Dr. W. GRACE SHANTHI
Assistant Professor of English,
Kakatiya Institute of Technology and Science, Warangal
Email id: wgs.mh@kitsw.ac.in / gracekishore4@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.39
39-44
1
1 Characterising the Practice of Community Interpreting in Cameroon
GANDU Sebastien
Translator
Conference interpreter Tel:+237677513631
Email: sgandu2000@yahoo.com
Advanced School of Translators and Interpreters (ASTI) University of Buea, Cameroon.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.45
45-57
1
1 SCHEME OF ‘ETYMOLOGICAL ANALOGY’ EMPLOYED IN THE NAMES OF CERTAIN HEROES AND THEIR DERIVATIONS IN THE EPIC ‘MAHABHARATA’
Arzoo Choubey
Research Scholar, Department of English and other European Languages,
Dr. Harisingh Gaur Vishwavidyalaya (A Central University).
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.58
58-61
1
FIGURATIONS OF OPPRESSION AND LIBERATION:
THE AMBIGUITY OF RELIGION IN ERNEST GAINES’ IN MY FATHER’S HOUSE.
N’GUESSAN Koffi Eugene
Alassane Ouattara University - Bouake, Côte d’Ivoire.
Email: enguessan@live.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.62
62-74
1
1 DO SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNERS FOLLOW A PATTERN SIMILAR TO FIRST LANGUAGE LEARNERS IN VOCABULARY ACQUISITION?
Dr. VIJAYA
Assistant Professor
The English and Foreign Languages University, Lucknow campus, India.
Email: vijuciefl@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.75
75-81
1
HEALING THE SELF WITH CATHARTIC PRAXIS OF POETRY: A CRITICAL STUDY OF JOHN DONNE'S RELIGIOUS VERSE
Anasuya Adhikari1, Dr. Birbal Saha2
1Independent Scholar & Former AT, TIGPS, Jalpaiguri, WB, India
2Professor, Department of Education, SKB University, Purulia, WB, India
Corresponding Author’s E-Mail: birbalsaha@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.82
82-88
1
THE MARGINALIZATION OF WOMAN: A CRITIQUE OF MANJU KAPUR'S DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS
S. NIVETHA1, Dr.K.RAVICHANDRAN2
1Ph. D, Research Scholar Department of English, Thiruvalluvar University, Serkkadu, Vellore – 632
115. 2Associate Professor, Department of English, Thiruvalluvar University, Serkkadu, Vellore – 632 115.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.89
89-92
1
INTERTEXTUALITY BETWEEN RUPALIM AND THE ARTIST’S WORLD
SHIVAJIT DUTTA
Assistant Professor, Dept. of English, Doomdooma College
Rupai Siding, Tinisukia, Assam, India (Pin-786153)
&  Research Scholar, Department of Humanities and the Social Sciences, IIT, Guwahati
E-mail- shivajitdutta@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.93
93-97
1
DIGITAL TEACHING: TEACHING INNOVATIVE, INFORMATIVE AND EFFECTIVE-ROLE OF TEACHERS
Dr.K.G.B. SANTHOSH KUMARI
Associate Professor, Dept. of Basic Sciences and Humanities, Vignan’s Institute of Information Technology (Autonomous), Visakhapatnam.
Email ID: santhosh29982@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.98
98-100
1
Genre awareness study for improving TOEIC Listening Part 4 score
Nguyen Luong Tuan Dzung1, Lại Hoài Châu2
1Lecturer, Ho Chi Minh City University of Natural Resources and Environment (HCMUNRE),
236B Le Van Sy Street, Ward 1, Tan Binh Dist., Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Email address: nguyenluongtuandzung@gmail.com
2Lecturer, Ho Chi Minh City University of Natural Resources and Environment (HCMUNRE),
236B Le Van Sy Street, Ward 1, Tan Binh Dist., Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Email address: hoaichau.206@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.101
101-112
1
The Wretched of the Diaspora: Fragmentation and Diasporic Corporeality in Dinaw Mengestu’s Children of the Revolution
Japheth Peter Muindu
Department of Arts and Social Sciences
Garissa University, Kenya
Email:pejamuindu@yahoo.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.113
113-116
1
1 BIOPOLITICAL INVASION AND CLIMATIC DERANGEMENT: THE QUEST FOR SURVIVAL
Dr.S.SUMY
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Sacred Heart College, Kochi, Kerala.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.117
117-119
1
FEMINIST LITERATURE- A REVIEW
Rahul George1, Dr. Kusha Pandit Chawla2
1Research Scholar, Department of English and Communication Skills (School of Humanities), Alakh
Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
Email:rahulgeorge0@gmail.com/rahulgeorge0@yahoo.com
2Assistant Professor (HOD), Department of English and Communication Skills (School of Humanities),
Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University , Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
Email: kpleolion@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.120
120-123
1
COMMUNICATION SKILLS: LEARNING NEED AND ITS REALIZATION
Nanda K Thakre
Department of Humanities, Yashwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Nagpur-441110, M.S., India.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.124
124-126
1
EFFECTIVE USAGE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL CONCEPTS IN ENGLISH LITERATURE
RIJUL VERMA1, Dr. SONU2
1School of Arts and Humanities, Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh,
India
Email: rijulverma0829@gmail.com
2Assistant Professor, Department of Arts and Humanities, Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University,
Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
Email: sonu.classy@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.127
127-129
1
THE GOTHIC NOVEL-A REVIEW
RIYAZ AHMAD1, Dr. KUSHA PANDIT CHAWLA2
1Research Scholar, Department of English and Communication Skills (School of Humanities),
Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
Email: reezu79@gmail.com
2Assistant Professor (HOD), Department of English and Communication Skills (School of Humanities),
Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
Email: kpleolion@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.130
130-131
1
MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FROM RAMAYANA
Prof. Dr. DEEPA S. KUMAR
Professor, Department of English, Govt. MLB Girls P.G. Autonomous College, Bhopal MP.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.132
132-134
1
CRITICAL AWARENESS OF ENGLISH LITERATURE- A REVIEW
KARMA GYAMTSO SHERPA1, Dr. SONU2
1School of Arts and Humanities, Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh,
India, Email: sherpak22@gmail.com
2Assistant Professor, Department of Arts and Humanities, Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University,
Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
Email: sonu.classy@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.135
135-137
1
SOCIOLINGUISTIC STUDY OF EDUCATIONAL DISADVANTAGES OF TRIBAL
COMMUNITY IN NASHIK DISTRICT
Dr. SANJAY SANAP
Principal, K.V.N.Naik Shikshan Prasarak Sanstha’s Arts and Commerce College, Dindori, Nashik.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.138
138-144
1
THEATRE OF ABSURD-A REVIEW
PRIKSHIT NEPTA1, Dr. KUSHA PANDIT CHAWLA2
1Research Scholar, Department of English and Communication Skills (School of Humanities),
Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
Email: neptaprikshit@gmail.com
2Assistant Professor (HOD), Department of English and Communication Skills (School of Humanities),
Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
Email: kpleolion@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.145
145-146
1
ENGLISH LITERATURE AND PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY
HUMERA TABASSUM1, Dr. SONU2
1School of Arts and Humanities, Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh,
India, Email: humelone@gmail.com
2Assistant Professor, Department of Arts and Humanities, Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University,
Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
Email: sonu.classy@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.147
147-151
1
1 JOHN STEINBECK’S THE PEARL – “AN EPITOME OF SOCIAL EVILS IN THE MATERIALISTIC WORLD”
Dr. VINODHINI CHINNASWAMY
Assistant Professor & Research Guide
Department of English, School of Commerce
Jain (Deemed–to-be University) Bangalore
Email:drcvinodhini@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.152
152-154
1
VICTIMISATION OF THE PROTAGONIST IN ARAVIND ADIGA’S THE WHITE TIGER
Dr. Joy Isabella.S1 & Rajthilak.T2
1Assistant Professor, Post Graduate and Research Department of English, Government Arts College,
Coimbatore, India. (Email:joyisabellagac15@gmail.com)
2Assistant Professor of English, Tamilnadu College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India.
(Email:rajthilak2013@gmail.com).
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.155
155-161
1
PSYCHOLOGY IN ENGLISH LITERATURE
SAHIL THAKUR1, Dr. SONU2
1School of Arts and Humanities, Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh,
India, Email: sahilthakur1610@gmail.com
2Assistant Professor, Department of Arts and Humanities, Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University,
Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
Email: sonu.classy@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.162
162-167
1
ETHNIC CONFLICTS AND THE BIAFRAN WAR: A CASE STUDY OF
CHIMAMANDA ADICHIE’S HALF OF A YELLOW SUN
Dr. Mustabshira Siddiqui1, Mohammad Farhan Saiel2
1Assistant Professor, Department of English, Taibah University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Email:mustab.siddiqui@gmail.com/msiddiqui@taibahu.edu.sa
2 Research Scholar, Department of English and M.E.L., University of Lucknow, Lucknow, U.P. India
Email:farhan.chishty2012@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.168
168-174
1
A REVIEW ON WOMEN WRITERS IN ENGLISH LITERATURE
TSEWANG DOLKAR1, Dr. KUSHA PANDIT CHAWLA2
1Research Scholar, Department of English and Communication Skills (School of Humanities),
Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
Email: tsewangdolker97@gmail.com
2Assistant Professor (HOD), Department of English and Communication Skills (School of Humanities),
Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
Email: kpleolion@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.175
175-177
1
BAMA’S JUST ONE WORD: A DALIT FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE
MUNMONI SAIKIA
Assistant Professor of English, Borholla College
E-mail: munmoni73@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.178
178-183
1
HARRY POTTER: STEERING BEYOND THE STRUGGLE FOR 'GENDER EQUALITY'
SHALABH SINGH1, Dr. SUPRIYA2
1Research Scholar of English, Department of English, Ranchi University (Ranchi).
Email: shalabhsingh.ss@gmail.com
2Associate Professor of English, PG Department of English, Ranchi Women's College,
Ranchi (An Autonomous Constituent Unit of Ranchi University, Ranchi).
Email: supriyarwc@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.184
184-192
1
RABINDRANATH TAGORE: MYRIAD INTERPRETATIONS OF FREEDOM
Dr.SILIMA NANDA1, Dr.HANNY GANDHI2
1Deputy Director, Regional Evaluation Centre, Bhubaneswar, Odisha
Email:snanda@ignou.ac.in.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.193
193-200
1
1 A Short Story
THE LEFT-HANDER
BHAGYA SHREE NADAMALA
M.A. English, UGC NET-JRF
Department of English, S.V. University, Tirupati.
Email: bhagyashreenadamala@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.2.1S
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Established : 2014
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