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SS EFL LANGUAGE TESTING SHOULD GO BEYOND THE SENTENCE LEVEL-THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN LANGUAGE TESTING
SARATH W. SAMARANAYAKE1, BASIT SULTAN2
 English Lecturer1, English Lecturer2 Shinas College of Technology, Al-Aqr, PO Box 77, PC 324, Shinas, Oman
1-6
1
GG SUBJUGATION OF WOMEN THROUGH SEX TRAFFICKING IN CORBAN ADDISON’S A WALK ACROSS THE SUN
GEETIKA GARG
Research Scholar (Comparative Literature) Central University of Punjab, Bathinda
7-11
1
1 SUBRAMANIA BHARATI AS A PATRIOTIC POET
ANIL APRAL
Lecturer, Department of English, L.V.D. College, Raichur, Karnataka
12-14
1
UM ASSERTION OF INDIVIDUALITY OF THE PROTAGONIST IN ANTHEM BY AYN RAND
Dr. URJA MANKAD
Assistant Professor (English) V.V.P. Engineering College, Rajkot
15-20

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AG MOTHERHOOD TAKEN AWAY: THE TRAUMA OF SUBORDINATION IN THE COLOUR PURPLE AND SEA OF POPPIES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BELOVED
ANANNYA GAIN
M.A. in English (University of Calcutta) NET Qualified BARASAT, NORTH 24 PGS, KOLKATA-WEST BENGAL
21-24
1
1 A HORNEYAN ANALYSIS OF ALICE MUNRO’S DEEP-HOLES
DEEPIKA PANT
Assistant Professor Kumaun University, Nainital
25-28
1
PA RHETORIC OF LOVE IN THE TEMPEST
PANKHURI AGGARWAL
Research scholar Department of English, University of Jammu, India
29-34
1
NK WOMANHOOD IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIAN DRAMA: A STUDY OF THREE NIGERIAN PLAYS BY J.P. CLARK, ROTIMI JOHNSON AND EMEKA NWABUEZE
Dr. Ihechi Obisike NKORO

DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE & TRANSLATION STUDIES, ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY UTURU, NIGERIA
35-44
1
MM POST MODERNISTIC PERSPECTIVES IN ARUN JOSHI’S THE APPRENTICE AND THE LAST LABYRINTH
M.MUTHUVEL
Ph.D Research Scholar Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore & Assistant Professor, Dept of English, Renganayagi Varatharaj College of Engineering, Sivakasi, Tamilnadu
45-48
1
J WASHBACK INTENSITY OF THE STATE MATURA EXAMINATION IN ALBANIAN HIGH SCHOOLS
Dr.JAUPZENUNI1,GRANIT ZELA2

1,2Foreign Languages Center, Albanian Armed Forces Academy, Rruga e Dibrës, Tirana, Albania
49-56
1
1 TEXT AND CONTEXT IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING : FINDING A PLACE FOR MULTIPLE VOICES AND MULTIPLE REALITIES
MANISH KUMAR
Lecturer (English), Directorate of Education, Delhi R/o A-883, Palam Extn.-I, New Delhi, India
57-62
1
NK INTERPRETING THE NEW VOICE: A REVIEW OF POSTMODERNISM IN
CONTEMPORARY INDIAN ENGLISH WOMEN’S WRITING
Dr. NUTAN KOTAK
Associate Professor, Department of English, University School of Languages
Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
63-68
1
DM TREATMENT OF DIASPORA IN AMITAV GHOSH’S FICTION : A READING OF HIS SELECT NOVELS
DIPANJOY MUKHERJEE
Research Scholar, Department of English Vidyasagar University, Midnapur, Paschim Medinipur District
69-74
1
1 QUEST FOR IDENTITY IN THE NOVEL THE HOUSEHOLDER
SUNIL REDDY VASAN1, Dr. MUKUND K. V. LAMANI2
1Research Scholar, Department of English, Karnatak University, Dharwad
2Research Guide, Department of English, Karnatak Arts College, Dharwad
75-77
1
SP A ROLE OF ENGLISH TEACHER IN STRENGTHENING THE VOCABULARY OF THE STUDENTS
Dr.S.PADMA PRIYA
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Adaikalamatha College, Vallam, Thanjavur, Tamilnadu.
78-81
1
TS USING PORTFOLIOS AS TEACHING AND ASSESSMENT TOOLS IN A TECHNICAL WRITING COURSE: A CASE STUDY
Dr. T.S. MOKGWATHI
Lecturer in Technical Writing and Academic Literacy Botswana International University of Science and Technology P/Bag 0016; Palapye' Botswana
82-95
1
RP MARGINALISATION AND RESILIENCE IN MAHASWETA DEVI’S “THE WHY-WHY GIRL”
R. PAVITHRA
Assistant Professor of English Jansons Institute of Technology Coimbatore
96-99
1
RP CHALLENGES OF EARLY IMMIGRANTS AS DEPICTED IN BHARATI MUKHERJEE’S THE MIDDLE MAN AND OTHER STORIES
A BABU RAJENDRA PRASAD
Assistant Professors of English Ideal Institute of Technology, Ghaziabad (U.P.)
100-105
1
AK THE SURVIVAL OF NATIVE AMERICAN IDENTITY IN THE WRITINGS OF LESLIE MARMON SILKO
Dr. ARUN KUMAR YADAV
Assistant Professor
Department of Applied Sciences & Humanities, I.E.T. Lucknow
106-111
1
VV ROLE OF ‘CHOICE’ AS EXISTENTIAL PREDICAMENT IN SALMAN RUSHDIE’S MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN AND THE ENCHANTRESS OF FLORENCE: AN ANALYSIS
V. VIDYA1, Dr. K.SATHYA SAI2
1Full time Ph.D. Scholar, Alagappa Govt. Arts College, Karaikudi 2Assistant Professor of English, R.D.Govt. Arts College, Sivagangai
112-121
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JP DEMOCRATIC VISION IN MARGARET WALKER’S “FOR MY PEOPLE” AND WALT WHITMAN’S “SONG OF THE OPEN ROAD”: A COMPARITIVE STUDY
JYOTHI PRIYA ANGIYA
PhD (English Literature) The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad
122-125
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RR NEED OF ESP TEACHING IN TECHNICAL COLLEGES/INSTITUTES OF BIHAR
RITURANI RAKA
Research Scholar University Department of English Tilkamanjhi Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur, Bihar
134-136
1
1 PSYCHO-LINGUISTIC DISORDER (OF BOTH VERBALLY AND ORALLY) OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS OF REMOTE VILLAGES AND ITS REMEDIES
SHANTANU SIULI
Assistant Professor, Department of English K.K College of Engineering & Management. Biharsharif, Nalanda, Bihar
137-139
1
1 A STUDY ON DOGME ELT
RAHUL D R
 Assistant Professor, Don Bosco College, (Affiliated to Thiruvalluvar University) Yelagiri hills,Tamil Nadu
140-143

1
PA MACHINE TRANSLATION WITH REFERENCE TO ‘CASE’ SYSTEM IN ENGLISH AND TAMIL
Dr. P.ARUNA DEVI
Associate Professor of English Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras, Chennai
144-152

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1 GLIMPSES OF THE JEWISH AMERICAN PREDICAMENT IN PHILIP ROTH’S GOODBYE COLUMBUS
ROYICHAN ANTONY
PhD Research scholar, St. Joseph (Autonomous) College, Bharathidasan University Trichy
153-159

1
1 THE VOICE OF MARGINALISED IN EDWARD SAID’S PEACE AND ITS DISCONTENTS
PAYAM BHADRAIAH
Research Scholar, English Department HNBGU Srinagar (Garhwal), Uttarakhand
160-166

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1 GOING BEYOND THE CONTEXTUAL BOUNDARIES: A STUDY OF THE WADA TRILOGY IN TRANSLATION
Dr. A. SUNKANNA
Assistant Professor of English, Silver Jubilee Govt. College (A) Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India
167-170

1
Ram  TEACH THINKING COMPETENCE AS PART OF THE TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS
K. RAMAPPADU
Assistant Professor VIIT-Visakhapatnam
171-174

1
ADR DEGRADATION OF ENGLISH COMPETENCE AT UPGRADING STATE: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE GENERAL ENGLISH TEXTBOOK PRESCRIBED FOR SECOND YEAR STUDENTS AT UG LEVEL IN SATAVAHANA UNIVERSITY, TELANGANA STATE
Dr. ADI RAMESH BABU

 Assistant Professor of English Government Degree College, Jammikunta Satavahana University, Telangana State, India
175-180

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1 PAULO COELHO - AN EXISTENTIAL AUTHOR
MITA BANDYOPADHYAY
 M.A. NET – LS
181-183

1
1 AUTOBIOGRAPHIES AS A MEANS OF FACILITATING MULTICULTURAL LEARNING
TRUPTI R. RATNAPARKHI
Assistant Professor Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Apsinga Road, Tuljapur, Maharashtra
184-190

1
KAVITA SOCIAL REALISM IN JOHN STEINBECK’S THE GRAPES OF WRATH
KAVITA
University Research Scholar, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
191-194

1
MA A PRELIMINARY RESEARCH ON MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES THEORY’S EFFECTS ON TRANSFORMING TRADITIONAL EXTENSIVE ENGLISH READING TEACHING METHODS IN CHINA’S COLLEGES
MA FANG1, LIU YANMEI1,2
1School of Applied English Studies, Shandong University of Finance and Economics, Jinan, China 2School of Foreign Languages and Literature, Shandong University, Jinan China
195-202

1
KP TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE: AN INNOVATION THROUGH E-LEARNING
KEERTHY SOPHIYA PONNACHAN
Assistant Professor (contract), Department of English, Vimala College, Thrissur
203-207

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ES FRANCIS BACON AS A PHILOSOPHER, ESSAYIST, AND CHAMPION OF MODERN SCIENCE IN THE AGE OF ELIZABETH: AN ANALYSIS
E.SEPTIMA
Assistant Professor, Department of English Krishnasamy College of Science, Arts and Management for Woman. Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu
208-210

1
KAVITA ENGLISH AS A GLOBAL LANGUAGE
KAVITA University
Research Scholar Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
211-215

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Sri  SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS IN DALIT WRITING
SREEKALA. K
Assistant Professor of English Government College Chittur Palakkad - Kerala
216-218

1
ND NOMADIC INSTABILITY IN THE LIVES OF JASMINE AND DEBBY DIMARTINO
NABASREE DATTA
Research Scholar Department of English & Foreign Languages, Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, SHIATS
219-224

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M THE (UN)CHANGING INDIA IN ARAVIND ADIGA’S THE WHITE TIGER
Dr. MUKESH YADAV
Assistant Professor, Aljouf University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Sakaka PO.BOX 2014
225-228

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1 INTEGRATING AND OPTIMIZING DIGITAL RESOURCES FOR HIGHER EDUCATION IN CHINA TAKING COLLEGE ENGLISH COURSE AS AN EXAMPLE
LIU Yan-mei
School of Applied English Studies, Shandong University of Finance and Economics, Jinan, China
229-234

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1 PRONUNCIATION SKILLS AT SECONDARY LEVEL OF EDUCATION: A GATEWAY TO EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS
AINA ARORA
English Lecturer, Desh Bhagat University, Mandi Gobindgarh
Article withdrawn by Author
235-239

J TEACHING READING IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE: SENTENCE METHOD OR ECLECTIC METHOD?
SARATH W. SAMARANAYAKE1, Dr. JOAQUIN Jr. GABAYNO2
English Lecturer1, English Lecturer2
Shinas College of Technology, Al-Aqr, PO Box 77, PC 324, Shinas, Oman
240-246

1
1 THE IMAGE OF INDIAN WOMANHOOD IN THE POEMS OF KAMALA DAS
Dr. SUPRIYA1, SWETA SINGH2
1Associate Professor, Department of English, Ranchi Women's College, Ranchi University, Ranchi. 2Research Scholar, Department of English, Ranchi University, Ranchi.
247-255

1
AB ACTORS AND CHARACTERS: MICKEY’S CHRISTMAS CAROL AYANA BENJAMIN
MA, University of Kerala, University of Aberystwyth
256-262

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1 MAGIC REALISM IN ENGLISH LITERATURE AND ITS SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION
SIMHACHALAM THAMARANA
Research Scholar, Department of English Department of English, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India.
263-266

1
1 A SHORT JOURNEY INTO THE MINDS OF SOME LEGENDARY SHAKESPEAREAN CHARACTERS
INDRAJIT PATRA1, Dr SHRI KRISHAN RAI2
1 Assistant Teacher in English and PhD Scholar in National Institute of Technology, Durgapur 2Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Institute of Technology Durgapur, MG Avenue Durgapur(WB)India
267-276
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1 STUDYING TRANSLATIONS OF THE ARABIC PHRASE "BISMILLAH" INTO ENGLISH
AMIR MOHAMMADIAN, Ph.D
.
1 Assistant Professor Faculty of Management and Humanities, Chabahar Maritime University, Iran
277-281
1
KGB NATIONALISM AND COLONIALISM: CONCEPT OF KARMA IN MODERN INDIAN LITERATURE
K.G.B.SANTHOSH KUMARI
 
Assistant Professor, Department of BS&H Vignan’s Institute of Information Technology, Visakhapatnam
282-285
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ANTON CHEKHOV’S SAD COMEDY THE CHERRY ORCHARD AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE RISE OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION OF 1905
ANIL APRAL
Lecturer, Department of English, PG Centre, Raichur
286-288
1
FEMINIST WARS AND FEMALE IDENTITY: POSTFEMINIST AND THIRD WAVE FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES OF GENDER AND IDENTITY
SHAHNAWAZ MUNTAZIR
Assistant Professor in English, Government Degree College Khansahib
289-295
1
REVISIONIST MYTHMAKING AND CULTURAL NARRATIVES SHASHI DESHPANDE’S IN THE COUNTRY OF DECEIT Dr.M.MANIKANDAN
Assistant Professor of English, J.J.College of Arts and Science (Autonomous,) Pudukkottai- 622422, Tamil Nadu, India
296-300
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1 SIGNIFICANCE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TO GENERATION Z IN INDIA
DEVYANI ROZARIO
JJT University, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan, India
301-306
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1 AN ESCAPE INTO THE INNERSCAPE: THE INADVERTENT SEARCH FOR AN IMPROBABLE UTOPIA IN KHUSHWANT SINGH’S TRAIN TO PAKISTAN
CERIN BABU
Guest Lecturer, The Department of English, Vimala College, Thrissur, Kerala
310-311
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ECO-CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE PRE-ECOCRITICAL PERIOD: A COMPARATIVE READING OF S.T.COLERIDGE’S “THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER” AND D.H. LAWRENCE’S “SNAKE” Dr.DEEPA MARY FRANCIS
Assistant Professor of English, Anna University:MIT Campus, Chennai
312-316
1
SURVIVAL AGAINST VIOLENCE: A STUDY OF MIRZA WAHEED’S THE COLLABORATOR
DHOOP SINGH CHAHAL
Research Scholar, Department of English, MDU Rohtak
317-322
1
1 ARTICULATION OF THE FEMININE VOICE: ‘JAYA’ IN SHASHI DESHPANDE’S ‘THAT LONG SILENCE’
F.BASKARAN
Assistant Professor of English, Government Arts College, Karur, Tamil Nadu.
323-325
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DOES “THE WHOLE WORLD BELONG TO THE BONGS?”: NEGOTIATING THE DIASPORIC CARTOGRAPHIES AND (CONTRA)ACCULTURATION IN ANJAN DUTTA’S THE BONG CONNECTION
BAIDEHI MUKHERJEE

 Assistant Professor, Department of English Shri Shikshayatan College (Affiliated to University of Calcutta) Kolkata, West Bengal, India.
326-333
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1 CONCEPT OF NEW INDIAN WOMEN IN NAYANTARA SAHGAL’S NOVELS
SUDHA .P
Ph. D Research Scholar, Department of English, Karpagam University, Coimbatore
334-336
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SUBLIME IN ENGLISH LITERATURE
C.DRAKSHAYINI1, Dr.M.FAROOK2
1Head & Associate professor, Adhiparasakthi College of Arts and Science, G.B.Nagar, Kalavai 2Head & Associate professor of Abdul Hakeem College, Melvisharam
337-340
1
1 MAPPING IDENTITIES: A READING OF SHYAM SELVADURAI’S NOVEL THE HUNGRY GHOSTS
NIKU CHETIA
M.Phil Scholar Department of English, Gauhati University
341-345
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1 INNOVATIVE APPROACHES IN THE ENGLISH CLASS ROOM K.GUEJALATCHOUMY1, Dr. SHANTHI SIMON2
Department of Humanities 1, 2Pondicherry Engineering College, Pondicherry
346-348
1
1 RECONSTRUCTING THE HISTORY OF NINETIES OF KASHMIR IN BASHARAT PEER’S CURFEWED NIGHT
Dr. ROMINA RASHID

Assistant Professor Department of English BGSBU
349-352
1
1 A MAJOR LEAP: ZORA NEALE HURSTON AS A POSTCOLONIAL SELF
Dr. DISHA MADAN
P.G. Department of Studies in English Nehru College and P G Centre. HUBLI
353-357
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1 ENGLISH, TRANSLATION AGENCIES AND EMPLOYABILITY IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION
Dr. TUSHAR VYAS
Associate Professor of English S.D. Arts and B.R. Com. College, Mansa Gujarat
358-361
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SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF CHRISTIAN HAWKEY’S POEM HOUR S.ANANDH RAJ
Research Scholar Swami Vivekananda Arts & Science College, Villupuram
362-365
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1 IMPUNITY AS THE BANE OF CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA SOCIAL-POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT: AN EXAMINATION OF NIYI OSUNDARE’S THE STATE VISIT
SHITTU K. OKUNADE1, H.SHEHU2
1.2GST/Communication Education Department, Federal University of Technology, Minna
366-368
1
ARTHUR MILLER’S DRAMATIC TECHNIQUE IN DEATH OF A SALESMAN
GURPREET KAUR
Research Scholar Magadh University
369-374
1
1 THE REPRESENTATION OF ABORIGINALS IN MAINSTREAM AUSTRALIAN LITERATURE
HIMAXEE BORDOLOI
Research Scholar
Gauhati University
375-379
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MASCULINE CRISIS IN IAN MCEWAN’S THE CHILD IN TIME SHAFAGH JAHANROSHAN1*, Dr. ZOHREH RAMIN2
1MA in English Literature, Department of Foreign Language and Literature, Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tabriz, Iran 2Assistant Professor, University of Tehran, Iran
380-389
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  A CRITICAL DISCUSSION ON MAGIC REALISM: MINGLE OF REAL WITH UNREAL, ACCORDING TO GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ’S ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE
ARIFUL INSAN EMON

Senior Lecturer Department of Languages International University of Business Agriculture and Technology Dhaka, Bangladesh 
390-395
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  PORTRAYAL OF CHARACTERS IN E.L. DOCTOROW’S BILLY BATHGATE
S. SAKTHIVEL1, Dr. K. SAIRAM2
1Ph.D Research Scholar, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore & Assistant Professor, Department of Hss, Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering, Pennalur, Kanchipuram. 2Research Supervisor, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore & Former Professor, PG & Research Department of English,Pachaiyappa’s College, Chennai 
396-398
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  TEACHING COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN ENGLISH AS A TOOL FOR PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
AGIRISHETTY SRINIVASULU

Assistant Professor of English Brilliant Institute of Engineering and Technology Abdullahpur met, Ranga Reddy (Dist) Hyderabad, Telangana, India. 
399-401
1
  DYNAMIC EQUIVALENT TRANSLATION OF MAAMTA: AN URDU SHORT STORY BY AHMED NADEEM QASMI
Dr. SARDAR MUHAMMAD

Assistant Professor Department of Humanities Comsats Institute of Information Technology Abbottabad, KKP, Pakistan 
402-408
1
1  EXISTENTIAL PREDICAMENT IN ARUN JOSHI'S THE CITY AND THE RIVER
Dr ARSHAD AHMAD

 Barkatullah University, BHOPAL, M.P. 
409-414
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1  . POLITICAL, ECONOMICAL ISSUES AND COMMUNALISM IN ASIF CURRIMBHOY’S ‘THE REFUGEE’
M.M.GOPI1, Dr.M. SAMBAIAH2

1Research Scholar, 2Asst. Prof & HOD 1Bharathiar University & D.NO:24-16, Thatithopu Street, Puttur, Chittoor (Dist), Andhra Pradesh 2Research supervisor in Bharathiar University, Assistant Professor& Head, J.N.T.U.A College of Engineering, Pulivendula , Andhra Pradesh.
415-418
1
  “A CRY FOR LOVE” IN ANITA DESAI’S NOVEL: CRY, THE PEACOCK
YAUL USHA
Head, Department of English Shri Ganesh Arts College, Kumbhari-Akola (M.S.) 
419-423
1
  IMAGERY AND VISION OF PATRICK WHITE’S “VOSS” S.RAMESH  424-426
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  STUDYING ELIZABETHAN AND MODERN TRAGICOMEDY: AN ANALYSIS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S THE WINTER’S TALE AND HAROLD PINTER’S THE BIRTHDAY PARTY
CHEENA CHAWLA

Assistant Professor, Department of English Patel Memorial National College, Rajpura, Punjab 
427-431
1
1  THE CRUEL VAGARIES OF NATURE IN THE MIRACLE SEED OF ASIF CURRIMBHOY
 DEEPAK
Lecturer, Education Department, Haryana, India 
432-435
1
1  HELPLESS AND HOPELESS SOCIETY: A PROMINENT TRAIT OF DYSTOPIAN NOVELS IN 20TH CENTURY
Dr. URJA MANKAD
Assistant Professor [English] VVP Engineering College, Rajkot 
436-443
1
1  OM PRAKASH VALMIKI’S JOOTHAN: THE DEPICTION OF PAIN AND RESISTANCE
SUMAN SWATI1, Dr. SHUCHI SRIVASTAVA2
1Research Scholar, 2Associate Professor Department of Humanities, NIT Bhopal 
444-447
1
  MYSTIC FERVOR IN THE POETRY OF AMIR KHUSRAU
Dr. MERAJ AHMAD MERAJ
Assistant Professor Dept of Arabic, Aliah University, Kolkata 
448-453
1
 
1 REVISITING POSTMODERNISM
Dr SHAFIA
 Lecturer English
454-458
1
  
1 UNDERSTANDING LEARNERS’ PERSPECTIVES OF THE INTEGRATION OF TEACHING OF CULTURE AND TEACHING OF LANGUAGE AT THE TERTIARY LEVEL IN AN ENGLISH AS AN L2 COURSE IN ASSAM, INDIA
 SARAT KUMAR DOLEY
Assistant Professor Department of English, North Lakhimpur College, Assam
459-463
1
  
1 THE POLITICAL AND SOCIAL IDEAS OF GEORGE ORWELL: WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO HIS NOVEL: “1984”
Dr. RADHA MADHAB JHA
Associate Professor of English B.K. Birla Institute of Engineering & Technology, Pilani
464-471
1
  
1 A CRITICAL STUDY OF THE CONSCIOUSNESS OF MOVING “OUT OF PLACE” AS TEXTURED BY SOME ENGLISH POETS
YOUSUF ALI
Research Scholar Department of English, AMU, Aligarh
472-477
1
   
1 SKETCHING MULK RAJ ANAND AS A POSTCOLONIAL WRITER
Dr. KHAGENDRA SETHI
Lecturer in English Ravenshaw University, Cuttack, Odisha, India
478-482
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