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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 11 Issue 1: 2024 (Jan-March Issue)

Author(s) Article Information Page No./PDF Download
A Study of “Flower” metaphors in Selected Stories by Sun Li from the Perspective of Conceptual Metaphor——Take Yang Xianyi’s English Version as an Example
LI Jing1*, LI Lijun2
1Postgraduate, Foreign Languages School, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China.
2Associate Professor, Foreign Languages School, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China.
*Corresponding author:Lijinglink@163.com.
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.1
1-7
1
A Study of Functional Equivalence Theory in the Chinese Translation of Sapiens:A Brief History of Humankind
QI Meina1*, LI Lijun2
1 Postgraduate, Foreign Languages School, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China.
2Associate Professor, Foreign Languages School, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China.
*Corresponding author: qimeina19990119@163.com.
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.8
8-15
1
1 NAZISM, WAR AND A READING OF THE HAWK IN THE RAIN BY TED HUGHES
Dr. RUHUL AMIN MANDAL
Assistant Professor and Head of the Department of English, Sitananda College, Vidyasagar University,
West Bengal, India.
Email: ramandal042753@gmail.com.
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.16
16-21
1
1 ALIENATION OF A JEW AND ASSIMILATION OF A GENTILE IN ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER’S THE SLAVE
A. SRINIVASULU
Ph.D. Scholar
Regd. No: 900116059034
Department of English, Osmania University, Hyderabad, Telangana.
Email: agirishetty@gmail.com.
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.22
22-24
1
A PHONOLOGICAL STUDY OF SOME PERSIAN SOUNDS IN BANGLA LOANWORDS
Dr. TANUSHREE SARKAR
Assistant Professor (English)
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation, Hyderabad – 500075, Telangana, India
Email: tsarkar81@gmail.com.
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.25
25-32
1
Navigating Academic Writing: Exploring Challenges Faced by ESL Learners in Arunachal Pradesh
REJHONEY BORANG
PhD scholar, Department of English, Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh
Email:rejhoneyborang@gmail.com.
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.33
33-38
1
ISHIGURO AND THE ABANDONED CHILD: THE PARODY OF INTERNATIONAL CRISIS AND REPRESENTATION IN WHEN WE WERE ORPHANS
BALA TRIPURA SUNDARI D.S1*, Dr. SHIRISHA IRUVURI2
1Assistant Professor of English, GNIT, Hyderabad & Research Scholar at BESTI University, Andhra Pradesh
2Associate Professor of English, Nalla Narasimha Reddy Education Society’s Group of Institutions, Hyderabad.
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.39
39-49
1
STUDYING THE PHENOMENON OF DALIT CONVERSION IN G. KALYAN RAO’S UNTOUCHABLES SPRING AND PAUL CHIRAKKARODE’S PULAYATHARA
DEVID PAYENG
PhD Scholar
Department of English, Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh
E-mail: devidpayeng@gmail.com.
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.50
50-55
1
MAYA ANGELOU’S ‘I KNOW WHY THE CAGED BIRD SINGS’: AN INDICTMENT OF WHITE TYRANNY
Dr. SAMAH THABET
The English Department, College of Sciences and Arts, Tubarjal,
Jouf University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.56
56-59
1
THE STUDY OF FAITH IN SELECTED NOVELS OF GRAHAM GREENE
DHARMENDRA KUMAR RANA
Assistant Professor, Department of English)
Govt. Degree College Jaithra, Etah
Email: dkrgdc@gmail.com.
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.60
60-65
1
KAMALA MARKANDAYA NOVELS: A CHANGE IN THE CULTURAL TRADITIONS
Dr. Pavani G
Associate Professor, Department of English, Guru Nanak Institute of Technology, Hyderabad.
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.66
66-69
1
1 Investigating EFL Saudi Learners’ Avoidance of Using Multi-Word Verbs A Case Study of EFL Learners at University College of Haql
Ali Abdalla Nour
English Language Department, University College of Haql, Tabuk University, Saudi Arabia
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.70
70-76
1
EXPLORING THE INTRICACIES OF DISPLACEMENT IN ABDULRAZAK GURNAH'S NOVEL BY THE SEA
NEERAJ1*, Prof. J. K. SHARMA2, Dr. MANJU DEVI3
1Research Scholar, Department of English, Baba Mastnath University, Rohtak *Email: neerajvatsgk@gmail.com
2Department of English, Baba Mastnath University, Rohtak.
3Assistant Professor, Department of English, Gaur Brahman Degree College, Rohtak
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.77
77-80
1
REPRESENTATION AND PRODUCTION OF MEANING IN “ENJOY ENJAAMI”: A FOLK SONG FOR SOCIO-CULTURAL IDENTITY AND ECOLOGICAL EQUITY
S. LEKHA SUBASINI1*, Dr.A.VANITHA2
1Ph.D Research Scholar, PG and Research Department of English, Vellalar College for Women, Erode, Tamil Nadu, India.
2Associate Professor, PG and Research Department of English, Vellalar College for Women, Erode, Tamil Nadu, India.
*Corresponding author
E-Mail: lekhasubasinisenthilkumar@gmail.com
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.81
81-89
1
THE MARGINALIZED VOICES IN MOHAMMAD ABDUL-WALI’S NOVEL ‘THEY DIE STRANGERS’
Jamal Abduh Hassan A. Alrashedi1, Prof. Dr. Milind B. Pandit2
1B.A.M University,Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar
2Principal. MSS’s Ankushrao Tope College, Jalna
Email:jamal0alrashedi@gmail.com1: milindpandit75@gmail.com2
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.90
90-95
1
THEME OF NATIONALITY AND ETERNAL LOVE IN JAI SHANKAR PRASAD’S REWARD
Dr. Jyotsana Shukla
Assistant Professor of English, Maharshi Panini Sanskrit Evam Vedic Vishwavidyalaya
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.96
96-99
1
DISABILITY IN CHILDREN: THE DEVELOPMENTAL SPACE IN WONDER BY R. J. PALACIO
S S Soundharya1, Dr Sumathy K. Swamy2
1Ph. D Research Scholar, Department of English, PSGR Krishnammal College for Women, Coimbatore
Email:soundharyasiva07@gmail.com
2Associate Professor, Department of English, PSGR Krishnammal College for Women, Coimbatore
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.100
100-104
1
The Effect of Computer-mediated Feedback on ESL Undergraduate Students’ Writing Self-efficacy
Razan Almusaddi1, Dr. P. Perumal Samy2
1Research scholar, Department of Studies in Linguistics, University of Mysore, Manasagangothri, Mysore, Karnataka, India.
E-mail: razanmusaddi@gmail.com
2Professor-cum-Deputy Director(Retd.), Central Institute of Indian Languages, CIIL, Manasagangothri, Mysore, Karnataka, India.
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.105
105-115
1
GENDER AND LITERATURE: A FEMINIST APPROACH TO READING ANGELA CARTER’S NOVELS
Megha Doddagoudar1*, Dr. Vibhavari Kulkarni2
1PhD Scholar, Department of English, Karnatak University, Dharwad, India.
2Assistant Professor, Department of English, Karnataka Arts College, Dharwad. *E-mail: mghdoddagoudar3@gmail.com.
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.116
116-118
1
STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF WORDS IN “MACBETH”
Dr. Amol Rameshrao Bute
Sr. Assistant Professor, Dept. of Basic Sciences & Humanities,
GMR Institute of Technology, Rajam, Andhra Pradesh
Email: buteamolr@gmail.com
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.119
119-123
1
SHEKHAR: A LIFE IN RETROSPECT, AND CONFINEMENT AS A SITE OF METAPHYSICAL
RUMINATIONS
Dr. Samikshya Das
Lecturer in English, Indira Gandhi Women’s College
Cuttack, Odisha
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.124
124-127
1
PROSTITUTE SOUL’S CHANGE INNOCENCE TO VULNERABILITY FROM THE ROMANTIC NOTIONS OF LOVE AND SEX IN PAULO COELHO’S ELEVEN MINUTES
S. SRINIVETHA
Assistant Professor
Department of English
M.I.E.T Arts and Science College, Trichy, India
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.128
128-130
1
THE POETIC PSYCHE IN NATURE'S EMBRACE: AN ECOCRITICAL AND PSYCHOLINGUISTIC STUDY OF WORDSWORTH'S ‘DAFFODILS’
Dr. Shishir Barik
Lecturer in English,
Nayagarh (Autonomous) College,
Nayagarh, Odisha, India
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.131
131-136
1
ECHOES OF EUGENICS: BIOCAPITALISM AND THE EXPLOITATION OF WOMEN IN PAOLO BACIGALUPI'S THE WINDUP GIRL
Dr. P B Sharon
Assistant Professor, Department of Languages, Presidency University, Bengaluru.
ORCID: 0009-0007-1287-701X
Email: research.sharonpb@gmail.com
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.137
137-142
1
TEACHING METHODS OF SPOKEN ENGLISH TO TECHNICAL AND MANAGEMENT STUDENTS IN BIHAR
MOBASHSHIR IQBAL1, Dr. N.K. PANDEY2
1Research Scholar, department of English, Patna university
E-mail: Iqbalmobashshir@gmail.com
2Professor and HOD(Retd.), Department of English Patna University
E-mail: nandk.28@gmail.com
doi:
10.33329/ijelr.11.1.143
143-146
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First issue: 2014 (Jan-March)
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