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1Submission Open For Volume 8 Issue 2: 2021

Current Issue: Volume 8. Issue 1:2021 (Jan-Mar)

Author ID Article Info Page No
FUSION OF SLAVERY, HISTORY AND LOVE IN TONI MORRISON’S BELOVED
Dr. LEKHA NATH DHAKAL
Associate Professor,
Tribhuvan University, Nepal Commerce Campus, Kathmandu, Nepal
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.1
1-4
1
1 HOME AS A CRIME SPACE: AN INSIGHT INTO MEENA KANDASAMY’S WHEN I HIT YOU
ANURADHA HALDER
Former Teacher of Kendriya Vidyalaya , C.R.P.F., Durgapur, Member of IACLALS Durgapur, West Bengal, India
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.5
5-8
1
COMMUNICATIVE ACTIVITIES FOR ENHANCING THE SPEAKING ABILITIES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN BAHRI, SUDAN
ZAHIR MUSA KHALIL ABUZAID1,
ALSADIG OSMAN MOHAMMED ABAKER2,
AHMED MUKHTAR ELMARDI OSMAN3
1University of Sudan, College of Graduate Studies, Sudan
2Sudan university of Science and Technology
3Omdurman Islamic University, Sudan
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.9
9-24
1
INNOVATIVE PRACTICES IN LANGUAGE TEACHING
MEENAL R KALE1, NANDA K THAKRE2, SNEHAL KALE3
1,2Department of Humanities, Yashwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Nagpur, M.S., India
3HR, Conga, Pune
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.25
25-27
1
INDIAN AACHARAS AND SCIENTIFIC REASONS: AUDIENCE ANALYSIS ON THE SCIENTIFIC UNDERSTANDING AND PRACTICING OF INDIAN CUSTOMS AND RITUALS
SARANYA P S
Academic-Cum-Teaching Associate
Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Kottayam, Kerala
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.28
28-38
1
APPRAISAL OF THE PRODUCTS/GRADUATES OF THE ADVANCED SCHOOL OF TRANSLATORS AND INTERPRETERS (ASTI) INTERPRETER TRAINING PROGRAMME
AZAMBOU NDONGMO LAURENT ROGER
PhD
Advanced School of Translators and Interpreters (ASTI) University of Buea, Cameroon
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.39
39-48
1
‘MUNOO’, IS THE VOICE OF UNDERDOG IN MULK RAJ ANAND’S NOVEL ‘COOLIE’
ERSAD ALI
Assistant Teacher in English
Kachra High School (H.S), Dakshin Dinajpur, West Bengal, India
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.49
49-50
1
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GOVERNMENT SCHOOL AND PRIVATE SCHOOL: A STUDY OF SOUTH GARO HILLS DISTRICT, MEGHALAYA
TANGME MARCHINA N.SANGMA
Ph.D. Research Scholar, Department of English
University of Pune, India
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.51
51-54
1
PORTRAIT RABINDRANATH TAGORE AS A PATRIOT FROM HIS LITERATURE WORK
Dr. BENZIR KATARA.N
12, Christian Society, Behrampura Ahmedabad, Gujarat-380012
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.55
55-57
1
NARRATOLOGY OF LANDSCAPE- A STUDY ON O.V VIJAYAN’S ‘LEGENDS OF KHASAK’
SRUTHI. G. SASI
Former Guest Faculty, Department of English
NSS College, Pandalam, Kerala.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.58
58-61
1
1 REALIZING FEMINISM
Dr. Rajiva Ranjan.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.62
62-63
1
ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS’ RESPONSE TO WRITTEN CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK
VINITA GAIKWAD
The University of Nottingham Ningbo China
199 Taikang East Road
Ningbo 315100 Zhejiang, P. R. China.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.64
64-79
1
1 ‘MOLLY GIBSON’ IN ELIZABETH GASKELL’S WIVES AND DAUGHTERS AND ‘LOUISA’ IN CHARLES DICKENS’S HARD TIMES: A COMPARATIVE FEMINIST STUDY
Dr. MEGHA RAMTEKE
Asst. Professor, Department of English
Dr. Madhukarrao Wasnik PWS Arts and Commerce College,
Kamptee road, Nagpur 440026.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.80
80-84
1
APPLYING PARAGOGY FOR BETTER LANGUAGE INTERACTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Dr. NOORA ABDUL KADER
Assistant Professor, Department of Education
Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, UP.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.85
85-88
1
1 MEERABAI AND HER UNPARALLELED DEVOTION TO LORD KRISHNA AS STUDIED IN A FEW OF HER POEMS
Dr.VIVEK CHAUHAN
Associate Professor, Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning,
Kadugodi Post, Bangalore – 560067.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.89
89-94
1
ECO-SENSIBILITIES IN THE “AKAM” POEMS OF SANGAM LITERATURE
Dr. A.R. UMA RAMAMOORTHY
Assistant Professor of English, Saraswathi Narayanan College
Madurai – 625022.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.95
95-102
1
The Importance of ESP Courses to Improve Language Skills for Non Major English Students at Tertiary Level of Bangladesh
KASHFIA REZA TONNI
Lecturer, Department of Humanities, Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology, RUET, Rajshahi, 6204, Bangladesh
Email: kashfia.reza@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.103
103-109
1
FOLKLORE: A GLIMPSE INTO THE GAINE TRADITION OF NEPAL AND THE FOLKTALES OF BHUTAN
Dr. Pema Eden Samdup
Associate Professor, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.110
110-119
1
A CORPUS-BASED ANALYSIS OF PROCEDURES AND STRATEGIES IN THETRANSLATION OF AFRICAN FEMINIST DISCOURSE IN WEREWERE LIKING’S THE AMPUTATED MEMORY
Tanyitiku Enaka Agbor Bayee, PhD
Advanced School of Translators and Interpreters
University of Buea, Cameroon.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.120
120-129
1
Application of the Mechanisms of Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD) For Achieving Learner Centeredness in Large-sized classrooms: Prospects and Challenges for Indian Language Classrooms
NAUSHEEN AKBAR
Ph.D Research Scholar Deptt. Of English,
Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh
Email:nausheen.akbar21@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.130
130-134
1
STYLE AND DICTION OF THE POETRY OF RK.BHUBONSANA : AN ANALYTICAL STUDY IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF T.S. ELIOT POETIC THEORY
KonjengbamIndira Devi1, Prof H. NanikumarSingha2
1Ph.D. Research Scholar
2 Dept. of Manipuri, Assam University, Silchar
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.135
135-141
1
IMPACT OF TEXTISM ON THE ACADEMIC USE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE BY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Sumedha Bhandari (Dr)
Assistant Professor (English), Department of Agricultural Journalism, Languages and Culture, Punjab
Agricultural University, Ludhiana.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.142
142-146
1
IMPACT OF TEXTISM ON THE ACADEMIC USE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE BY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Sumedha Bhandari (Dr)
Assistant Professor (English), Department of Agricultural Journalism, Languages and Culture, Punjab
Agricultural University, Ludhiana.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.147
147-153
1
1 NON-CONFORMITY AS AN ANTI-CAPITALIST STANCE IN D.H. LAWRENCE’S SONS AND LOVERS AND MOHAN RAKESH’S HALFWAY HOUSE
TANYA LOHAN
MA English, St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.154
154-159
1
1 EXPLORING DIGINITY, SOCIAL CONSTRAINS, GREATNESS AND CHILD –FATHER RELATIONSHIP IN KAZUO ISHIGURO’S THE REMAINS OF THE DAY
NADIYAH KHUSHBOO
PhD Research scholar, Department of English, Sarvepalli Radakrishnan University, NH-12 Hoshingabad ,Misroad, M.P, India.
Email:nadiyahkhushboo87@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.160
160-167
1
1 ‘THE YELLOW WALLPAPER’ BY CHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN AS THE AVANTGARDE
IN PYSCHIATRY
BHAGYA SHREE NADAMALA
M.A. English, UGC NET-JRF
Department of English, S.V. University, Tirupati..
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.168
168-171
1
CONFRONTING THE NARRATIVE OF SILENCE: POST-MODERNISM AND IDENTITY REINVENTION IN JUDE DIBIA’S WALKING WITH SHADOWS
Naomi Okon1, Kufre A. Akpan2, Monica Udoette3
1Department of English, Akwa Ibom State University, Obio Akpa Campus, email: naomidom08@gmail.com. 08076561859
2Department of English, Akwa Ibom State University, Obio Akpa Campus, email: kufisco@yahoo.com
3Department of English, Akwa Ibom State University, Obio Akpa Campus, email: msudoette@yahoo.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.172
172-179
1
THE PACIFISTIC READING OF THE MAHABHARATA
RAJ KUMAR THARU
Assistant Professor of English, Tribhuvan University
Mahendra Multiple Campus Nepalgunj
Email:raj.tharu@mahemc.tu.edu.np.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.180
180-188
1
1 MYTHS AND MYTHOLOGY: MOVING BEYOND THE PAST AND THE PRESENT
AYUSHREE GUPTA
Email:gupta.ayushree@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.189
189-195
1
QUANTITATIVE HUMOUR THEORY
IGOR KRICHTAFOVITCH
Independent researcher
Email:igorkrichtafovitch@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.8.1.196
196-204
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