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“ I SHUTTLED BETWEEN IDENTITIES ”: A WILLINGNESS TO SURVIVE IN BHARTI MUKHERJEE’S ‘JASMINE’
JASMINE SHARMA
M.A. English, University of Delhi
Delhi, India
280-285
1
RETHINKING DERRIDEAN LEGACY: A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO “THE END OF THE BOOK AND THE BEGINNING OF WRITING”
Dr. SUSHMA RANI
Assistant Professor (Adhoc)
Department of English, DAV College, Sector 10
Chandigarh (India)
286-292
1
STREET ART AS A MEDIUM OF CHANGE
ANJALI SAJI
Nedungapra, Ernakulam, KERALA, India
293-303
1
ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM VS. ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: AN EXPLORATION THROUGH SARAH JOSEPH’S “GIFT IN GREEN”
VINCY J DASAN
Research Scholar, Auxilium College, Vellore
304-308
1
THE EVOLUTION OF THE REPRESENTATION OF DISNEY PRINCESSES OVER THE TWENTIETH AND TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: ITS CHANGING INFLUENCE ON CHILDREN
CAROLINE PADAYATTY
Postgraduate
No:79/76, 2nd Cross, 2nd Main, CL Layout, Bengaluru 560029
309-316
1
MAGICAL REALISM IN AMITAV GHOSH’S FICTION:
THE CIRCLE OF REASON AND THE CALCUTTA CHROMOSOME
M.BHAVITHRA
Research Scholar, Government Arts College (Autonomous)
317-320
1
MOTIVATION AND DEMOTIVATION AMONG LEARNERS OF ENGLISH IN THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION – ARHAB- IN SANA'A UNIVERSITY
Dr. Ahmed M. G. Al-Kadasi
Assistant Professor of Linguistics
Faculty of Education, Arhab, Sana'a University
321-331
1
PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN IN SELECT PLAYS OF SHAKESPEARE:A STUDY IN FEMINIST PERCEPTION
M.SUGANYA1,Dr R. SOUNDARARAJAN2
1Research Scholar, 2Associate Professor
PG & Research Department of English
National College, Trichy, Tamilnadu, India
332-336
1
ECOFEMINISM IN HEMINGWAY’S SHORT FICTION
Dr. G. SRILATHA
Reader in English
P.B. Siddhartha College of Arts & Science, VIJAYAWADA, A.P, INDIA
337-342
1
THE STORY OF A DEAD FOX AND A DYING FATHER: A COMPARATIVE ECO -CRITICAL STUDY OF THE CHARACTERS AND THEIR RESPECTIVE WORLDS IN THE FOX AND YOU TOUCHED ME BY D. H. LAWRENCE
SUNIL TALUKDAR
Research Scholar
Gauhati University
343-346
1
HINDU ASCETICISM IN INDIAN NATIONALIST DISCOURSE
Dr. A. KISHORE KUMAR REDDY
Assistant Professor
Dept. of English and Foreign Languages , Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Open University,
Road No: 46, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
347-356
1
DESIGNING TASKS FOR TEACHING REPORT WRITING
ANJALI THAKUR
Assistant Professor
Dharmsinh Desai University
Nadiad
357-361
1
MYTHOLOGY – A SUCCESSFUL TOOL TO GITHA HARIHARAN
P.SUGANYA1, Dr.T.MURALEESWARI2
1Research Scholar (Ph.D), 2Principal & Head of the English Department,
Kongunadu Arts & science College, Coimbatore
362-367
1
V.S. NAIPAUL’S HALF A LIFE : THE NASCENT MULATTO IDENTITY CRISIS
Dr. T. ASHOK
Associate Professor, Department of English, Andhra University Campus
Kakinada
368-375
1
PORTRAYAL OF THE “OTHER” IN MAHASWETA DEVI’S “THE FIVE WOMEN”: A SUBALTERN STUDY
M NANDANA MENON
II MA English
Christ University
396-383
1
NAYLOR’S TREATMENT OF MOTHERHOOD IN HER NOVELS
K.S.YUVARANI1, M.LEELAMAHESWARI2
1Department of English, Excel Engineering College, Pallakapalayam, Namakkal, Tamilnadu
2Department of English, Sri Shanmugha College of Engineering and Technology, Sangakiri, Salem, Tamilnadu
384-391
1
ODILI, A VISIONARY YOUTH IN CHINUA ACHEBE’S “A MAN OF THE PEOPLE”
SACHDEVA EKTA
Kalimai Santar, Near Namdhari Dharmashala
Morar, Gwalior , M.P
392-397
1
NISSIM EZEKIEL: SENSE OF BELONGING TO INDIA
Dr. VISHNU KUMAR SHARMA1, SUNIL PATHAK2
1Yagyavalkya Institute of Technology,Tonk Road, Sitapura, Jaipur, (Rajasthan), 2Research Scholar, Magadh University, Bodhgaya, (Bihar)
398-400
1
NEW INSIGHT IN THE NOVELS OF JANE AUSTEN
JIJINA MAHAJAN
Assistant Professor, English, B B K D A V College for women, Amritsar (Punjab)
401-404
1
UNVEILING THE MAGIC SPELL: DECODING THE POLITICS OF MASCULINITIES IN FAIRY TALES
SREELAKSHMY R
Lecturer
BCM College, Kottayam
405-407
1
INDIAN SOCIAL MILIEU IN THE NOVELS OF CHETAN BHAGAT
HARLEEN KAUR RUPRAH1, Dr. VINEETA KAUR SALUJA2
1Research Scholar, Department of P. G. Studies and Research inEnglish
Rani Durgavati Vishwadiyalaya, Jabalpur
2Professor, Department of English& Principal, Mata Gujri Mahila Vidhyalaya,Jabalpur
408-413
1
“FORMATION OF IDENTITY OF SRI LANKAN TAMIL WOMEN IN DIASPORA: ANALYSIS OF RANI MANICKA’S NOVELS ─ THE RICE MOTHER AND TOUCHING EARTH”
KAILAS BAPURAO AUTE
Assistant Professor of English, Smt. CHM College, Ulhasnagar,
Affiliated to the University of Mumbai
414-417
1
REPRESENTATION OF SIN IN LORD OF THE FLIES: AN OVERVIEW
NAADIYA YAQOOB MIR
Research Scholar, Department of English, University of Kashmir
418-420
1
“A RAISIN IN THE SUN”: AN ANALYSIS
VIJI. S
1Department of English, PSNA College of Engineering and Technology, Dindigul, Tamil Nadu.
421-422
1
KUSHWANTH SINGH’S TRAIN TO PAKISTAN AS A TRANSCENDENT REPRESENTATION OF PARTITION
SK. KHAMAR JAHAN1, Dr. S. PRAKASH RAO2
1Research Scholar(Ph D) , J N T U H, Hyderabad, Telangana State, India
2Professor of English, PMV D and PG College, Osmania University, A P, India
423-427
1
THE GENESIS OF RACISM AND ITS IMPLICATIONS
RAJESHA H K
Assistant Professor of English
Sri D Devaraja Urs Govt. First Grade College
Hunsur, Mysore District, Karnataka
428-432
1
  BLOG WRITING: A MOTIVATIONAL PEDAGOGY TO IMPROVE WRITING SKILLS IN ENGINEERING STUDENTS
Dr. GITASRI MUKHERJEE
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Muffakham Jah College of Engineering & Technology
Hyderabad, India
433-436
1
STUDY OF THE NARRATIVE OF THE JAPANESE WIFE,
A FILM BY APARNA SEN
NEENA KISHOR
M.A. in English Language and Literature
University of Kerala
437-443
1
ROLE OF GRAMMAR IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING, VOCABULARY ACQUISITION AND ASSESSMENT
S.LALITHA
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Agni College of Technology, Chennai
444-448
1
LIBYAN EFL STUDENTS’ RESPONSE TO AND MANAGEMENT OF FEEDBACK IN A BLOG BASED ON A FANFICTION WRITING ENVIRONMENT
FATMA HARB*, MARDZIAH HAYATI ABDULLAH, YAP NGEE THAI, HELEN TAN
Department of English Language, Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication,
Universiti Putra Malaysia, 43400 UPM, Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia
449-462
1
THE IMPACTS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING ON THE VALUES OF THE TAMIL PERSPECTIVE TEACHERS
Dr. SHANMUGAYOGINI RAVINDRAN
Senior Lecturer
English Language Teaching Centre, University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka
464-467
1
THE TALE OF SANTIDEVA AS DEPICTED IN SANSKRIT MANUSCRIPT ACQUIRED FROM NEPAL
Dr. ARJUNDEB SENSARMA
Asst. Prof.-III, Dept. of Indian Comparative Literature,
Assam University, Silchar, Assam
468-469
1
MOTHER BEYOND INFINITY: A SAGA OF MOTHER IN ‘MOTHER OF 1084’ FROM NOVEL TO MOVIE
SHWETA PRAKASH KUKREJA1, CHARU CHITRA2
1Research Scholar, Jiwaji University Gwalior (M.P.)
2Assistant Professor, Govt. K.R.G.P.G. (Auto.) College, Gwalior
470-474
1
JAPANESE ANIME AND ITS TRANSCULTURAL LITERARY SIGNIFICANCE:
THE DEVELOPMENT AND EVOLUTION OF ISOLATED ESCAPIST FICTION
AND ITS RELATION WITH MAINSTREAM CANONISED LITERATURE
DEEP NASKAR1, ABHIK MAITI2
1Pursuing M.A in English, University of Calcutta.
2Pursuing M.A in English., M.A in History, Diploma in Tagore Literature & Diploma in Fine Arts
475-485
1
KNOWLEDGE OF DERIVATIONAL SUFFIXATION IN ENGLISH AS L2 AT THE UPPER PRIMARY LEVEL: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
SOMAK MANDAL1, MADHAVI GAYATHRI RAMAN2
1Assistant Professor, Department of English, West Bengal State University & Ph.D. scholar, School of ELE English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad,
2Assistant Professor, School of English Language Education, English and Foreign Languages University,
486-492
1
HAYAVADANA - A TALE OF MYTH AND IDENTITY CRISIS WITH ESEMPLASTIC IMAGINATION
MOUSUMI DAS
Research scholar, Visva-Bharati University, West Bengal
493-495
1
DISCLOSURE OF WOMEN’S NATURE IN SHASHI DESPANDE’S NOVELS
RAKESH YADAV
Research Scholar
Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga, Bihar
496-499
1
DOCUMENTATION OF HISTORY THROUGH STORYTELLING
ISRAT JAHAN
Senior Lecturer, Department of English
East West University, A/2 Jahurul Islam Avenue
Jahurul Islam City, Aftabnagar, Dhaka, Bangladesh
500-508
1
PSYCHOLOGICAL DELUSION AND LOSS OF THE HOLD OF REALITY IN ELIZABETH BOWEN’S STORY “THE DEMON LOVER”
KHANAL, KAMAL KRISHNA
Associate Professor, Birendra Multiple Campus (T.U.), Chitwan, Nepal.
509-513
1
AN ECOFEMINIST READING OF MATERNITY IN ALICE HOFFMAN‘S
“THE MARRIAGE OF OPPOSITES”
BEIKZADEH, MITRA1, HARATYAN, FARZANEH2
1Islamic Azad University, Science & Research Branch;
2Assistant Professor, Islamic Azad University, Garmsar;
514-520
1
EXPLORING CHINA ENGLISH AND ORAL ENGLISH INSTRUCTION IN CHINA’S SECONDARY SCHOOL: THE WORLD ENGLISHES PERSPECTIVE
LE YAO*, SONG CHEN
Beijing International Studies University, China
521-529
1
NEED FOR PARADIGM SHIFT IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING – AN OVERALL VIEW
V.UMA MAHESWARA RAO
Ph.D Research Scholar, Department of English,
Rayalaseema University, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh
530-533
1
NOMINAL HEADLINES IN THAI DAILIES
PRADIT KAMMUNGKUN
Research Scholar
Department of studies in Linguistics [KIKS]
University of Mysore, Mysore, Karnataka, India
534-544
1
GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN INDIA: A FLY IN THE OINTMENT
Dr. SUNEETHA YEDLA1, SAILAJA MUKKU2
1Assistant Professor of English, University College of Engineering and Technology, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Nagarjuna Nagar, Guntur, A.P
2Research Scholar, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Nagarjuna Nagar,Guntur, A.P
545-549
1
EXAMINING THE ROLE OF EMPATHY IN OCTAVIA E. BUTLER’S PARABLE NOVELS: A POSTHUMANISTIC ANALYSIS
MANOJ KUMAR BEHERA
PhD Research Scholar, Utkal University, Odisha
Lecturer in English
Kosala Mahavidyalaya, Kosala, Angul
550-554
1
A SUBALTERN READING OF B.JEYAMOHAN'S NOORU SIMHAASANANGAL
RAIHANATH P. A
Research Scholar, Dept. of English
S S U S KALADY
555-558
1
THE UNDERDOG HEROES EXPLORATION OF THE WORLD IN EMMA DONOGHUE’S ROOM
SHANMATHI. S
M.A. English Literature,
Theivanai Ammal College for Women,
559-562
1
A DETAILED STUDY OF JUDITH WRIGHT’S “LEGEND”
P. SUNEETHA
Assistant Professor, BVRIT
Narsapur, Medak Dist, Telangana, India
563-568
1
COLONIAL PERSPECTIVE IN R.K. NARAYAN’S SWAMI AND FRIENDS
Dr. C. ARUN
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Thiruvalluvar University College of Arts & Science(Govt)
Thiruvennainallur-607 203, Thirukoilur Taluk, Villupuram District, Tamilnadu, India
569-572
1
WOMEN IN THE SHORT STORIES OF MANNU BHANDARI: INNER DESIRES VERSUS SOCIAL EXPECTATIONS
ANURADHA SHARMA
Assistant Professor, Ch. Bansi Lal University
Bhiwani
573-576
1
KUNTAKA’S VAKROKTI SIDDHANTA AND MAHESH DATTANI’S TARA:AN APPLICATION OF PRAKARAṆA VAKRATĀ OF VAKROKTI SIDHANTA
VANDANA BAJAJ
Post Graduate Department of English
S.R.Government College for Women, Amritsar, Punjab
577-582
1
WOMEN’S DILEMMA IN THE WORKS OF KAMALA DAS
INAYAT CHAUDHARY
Research Scholar, School of Humanities,
Singhania University, Pacheri Bari (Jhunjhunu), Rajasthan
583-586
1
MAKING OF A STONE WOMAN IN 'A STONE WOMAN'
SHAHEENA AKHTER
Research Scholar, Department of English, University of Kashmir
587-589
1
READING HOMER’S THE ILIAD AND THE ODYSSEY FOR A CONTEMPORARY WORLD VIEW
SYED ZAMANAT ABBAS, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
590-597
1
Su ROHINTON MISTRY’S ONE SUNDAY – DELL HYMES’ ‘SPEAKING’ ANALYSIS
P. SUBRAHMANYAM1, Dr.C. R. S. SARMA2
1Research Scholar,2Professor
Dept. of Linguistics, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam
598-603
1
Sr WHAT AILS ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN INDIA?
R.SRINIVASA RAO1, Dr.C. R. S. SARMA2
1Research Scholar,2Professor
Dept. of Linguistics, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam
604-607
1
Ph CODE-MIXING AND CODE-SWITCHING IN TELUGU T.V. CHANNELS
N. PHANI POOJA1, Dr.C. R. S. SARMA2
1Research Scholar,2Professor
Dept. of Linguistics, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam
608-611
1
CHALLEENGES IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF CONCORD IN THE USE OF
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
O. A. Oribabor (PhD)
bisioribabor2006@yahoo.com
Institute of Education,
Faculty of Education,
Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife
612-618
1

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