Call For papers Vol.9 issue 4:2022

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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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1Volume 9 Issue 3: 2022 

Author(s) Article Information Page No./PDF Download
I HAVE BECOME THE TIDE: DISCREPANCY AMONG CASTE
Dr. MAMTA UPADHYAY1, PREETI2
1Associate Professor, Raghunath Girls’ Post Graduate College, Meerut
2Research Scholar & Assistant Professor
Raghunath Girls’ Post Graduate College, Meerut.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.1
1-3
1
CLASH OF DETACHMENT AND ATTACHMENT IN ARUNJOSHI’S THE FOREIGNER
I.V.REVATHI1, Dr.K.RANI RAJITHA MADHURI2
1Research Scholar, Dept. of English, Dr B.R. Ambedkar Open University, Hyderabad; Asst.Prof, Government Degree College, Alair
2Assistant Professor & Head of the Deparment, Dept. of English, Dr B.R. Ambedkar Open University, Hyderabad
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.4
4-6
1
REFLECTIONS OF ECO-FEMINISM IN SOME SELECT TEXTS OF TEMSULA AO, RATAN THIYAM AND MITRA PHUKAN
SANJOY DAS
Assistant Professor
Department of English, Digboi College, Digboi, Assam
Email:sanjoydas1981@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.7
7-12
1
IDENTITY FORMATION BETWEEN ROOTLESSNESS AND BELONGING IN ANDREA LEVY’S FRUIT OF THE LEMON
ASMA SIDDIQUI1, Dr. ACHALA SHARMA2
1Research Scholar, School of Studies in English, Vikram University, Ujjain (M.P.)-456010
E-mail: asma.siddiqui315@gmail.com
2Professor and Head of the Department, School of Studies in English, Ujjain, (M.P.)- 456010
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.13
13-17
1
1 CLIMATE CRISIS: HETEROCHTHONOUS AND CORPOREALITY OF BRITISH RAJ IN GOPINATH MOHANTY’S PARAJA AND AMRUTARA SANTANA
CHAITRA NAGAMMANAVAR1, Dr. N H KALLUR2
1Research Scholar, Department of English, Karnatak University, Dharwad
2Research Guide, Department of English, Karnatak University, Dharwad
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.18
18-20
1
PARADIGM THEORY AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSLATION STUDIES: LITERATURE REVIEW AND PROSPECTS
SONG YUWEI1, LYU LIANGQIU2
1Postgraduate student, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, Beijing,
China. Email: 2604391909@qq.com
2Professor, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China.
*Corresponding author Email: llq@ncepu.edu.cn.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.21
21-28
1
COERCION AND CRUELTY: FEMALE CHARACTERS IN MANTO’S PARTITION STORIES
DEVI PRASAD GAUTAM
University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida-33124
Email: devigautam2006@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.29
29-45
1
1 FRAGMENTED IDENTITY: THE DISORIENTED LIFE OF THE TRANSGENDER WITH REFERENCE TO ARUNDATHI ROY'S NOVEL, THE MINISTRY OF UTMOST HAPPINESS
Dr. EDISON K VERGHESE
Associate Professor and HOD, Department of English
Sree Vivekananda College, Kunnamkulam, Thrissur Dist.,
Email:edisonkverghese@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.46
46-52
1
INTERCULTURAL IDENTITY NEGOTIATION OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN LINA IN TONI MORRISON’S A MERCY
HUI LIU1, CHENFENG TUO2
1MA Supervisor, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, Changping District, Beijing, China
2MA Candidate, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, Changping District, Beijing, China.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.53
53-58
1
1 VOICING THE WAILS OF THE CAMOUFLAGED COMMUNITY WITHIN THE REVEALED SECTION THROUGH THE PLAYS OF MAHESH DATTANI
ACHU ANNA MATHEW
Assistant Professor, Department of Arts and Humanities, Acharya Bangalore B-School
& Research Scholar, Department of English, Christ University, Bangalore
Email-achuannamathew@gmail.com
Orcid id- https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5685-8944
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.59
59-66
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ANALYSIS OF THE OPPRESSION OF WOMEN AND NATURE IN THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD FROM PERSPECTIVE OF ECOFEMINISM
HAIXIA YANG1, YUWEI GAO2, YUETIAN LU3
Assistant Professor, 1Research Supervisor, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University,
Changping District, Beijing, China
2Research Scholar, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, Changping, District, Beijing, China
3Research Scholar, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, Changping, District, Beijing, China
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.67
67-72
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SEARCHING FOR SPIRITUALITY THROUGH HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS IN LORRIE MOORE’S
“TWO BOY” FROM LIKE LIFE
S. DEEPA
Regn. No: P5850
(Part-time Ph.D. Research Scholar), Research Centre in English, Saraswathi Narayanan College, (Affiliated to Madurai Kamaraj University), Madurai – 625022.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.73
73-77
1
ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE NOVEL ‘AKOOPAR’
MEERABA R. JADEJA
Assistant professor at Noble Science College
Noble University- Junagadh, Gujarat, India
Email: jadejameera53@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.78
78-84
1
1 Who am I?: The Hybrid Nature of Identity in Jhumba Lahiri's Novel
The Namesake
Dr. EDISON K VERGHESE
Associate Professor and HOD, Department of English
Sree Vivekananda College, Kunnamkulam, Thrissur Dist.,
Email:edisonkverghese@gmail.com.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.85
85-90
1
SOME THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES ON SECOND LANGUAGE (L2) PRONUNCIATION LEARNING
NEELAM SINGH
Department of Phonetics and Spoken English
The English and Foreign Languages University
Hyderabad, Telangana 500007
Email: neelam@efluniversity.ac.in.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.91
91-95
1
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF SAKI’S THE OPEN WINDOW
YOGESH SINGH MOHAN
Assistant Professor (English)
DAV College, Sadhaura (Yamuna Nagar).
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.96
96-99
1
THE POETIC TRANSLATION IN FANG PING’S THE NEW COMPLETE WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF HERMENEUTICS
CHENFENG TUO1, HUI LIU2
1MA Candidate, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, Changping District, Beijing, China
2MA Supervisor, School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, Changping District, Beijing, China.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.100
100-105
1
A STUDY OF INTERACTION AND GENDER INEQUALITY IN SELECT SHORT FICTION OF ANJANA APACHANNA, RAJI NARSIMHAN AND GOGU SHYAMALA
NP SEEJA1, Dr. KONDA NAGESWARA RAO2
1*Research Scholar (Ph.D.), Department of English, Osmania University, Hyderabad
Email: seeja928@gmail.com
2Research Supervisor, Department of English, Osmania University, Hyderabad.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.106
106-111
1
1 A STUDY ON TEACHING THE SIMPLE AND BASIC TECHNIQUES (LITERARY DEVICES) FOR EASY LEARNING AND WRITING ENGLISH POETRY AS A PART OF THE DISCOURSES FROM HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL
BHASKARARAO CHILLA
PhD Scholar (English), Bharatiya Engineering Science and Technology Innovation University (BESTIU)
E-mail: vizzu1509@gmail.com
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.9.3.112
112-115
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IJELR Highlights

Country of Publication: India
First issue: 2014 (Jan-March)
Publisher: KY Publications. India
Frequency: Quarterly
Publication Dates: March, June, Sept, and December
Language : English
Format : Print & Online
Scope :English Literature, ELT, Translational Studies,Linguistics, etc.,
Author Fees : Yes
Open Access: Yes
Review: Blindfold
Refereed: Yes
Abstracted: Yes
Indexed: Yes
Policy: Peer-reviewed,
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IJELR publishes original papers, review papers, conceptual framework, analytical and simulation models, case studies, empirical research, technical notes, and book reviews in the fields of:

  • Comparative Literature

  • Critical Theory

  • Cultural Studies

  • CALL

  • Discourse and Inter language Pragmatics  

  • Discourse and Organization

  • English Literature

  • ELT and Related studies

  • ESL, ESP,EFL etc.,

  • Interdisciplinary Approaches in Literature

  • Interpreting Studies

  • Literary Studies

  • Literary Theory and Cultural Studies

  • Literature and Media

  • Literature in Translation

  • Translation in Literature

  • Translation Studies

  • Translation Studies

  • Translation and Globalization

  • World Literature

  • And other related themes

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    > Short Communications
    > Case Studies
    > Letters to the editors and book reviewers
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