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DAUGHTERS OF SHAKESPEARE- A STRONG WILL TO PLEASE AND PROVIDE CONTENTMENT TO FATHERS
DARSHANA CHAKRABARTY
Graduate Student, Department of English, Arizona State University, USA
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.1
1-5
1
MATRILINEAL INHERITANCE IN ASHAPURNA DEVI’S TRILOGY
Dr. SHUKLA SAHA
Associate Professor, Department of English
Ramthakur College, Agartala: 799003. India.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.6
6-10
1
HOW PHILOSOPHY MATTERS TO LITERATURE-A REVIEW
PRIKSHIT DIPTA1, KUSHA PANDIT CHAWLA2, JACOB LAMAH3
1Research Scholar, Arts and Humanities, Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
2Assistant Professor, Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
3Assistant Professor, Alakh Prakash Goyal Shimla University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.11
11-13
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HEAD EXPRESSIONS AND IDIOMS IN NORTH GAZA GOVERNORATE “A STRUCTURAL AND SEMANTIC ANALYSIS”
Dr. Jehad M. Al-Mosalami
Al Quds Open University - Palestine
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.14
14-26
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A REFLECTION OF THE INNER STRIFE IN SELECT PLAYS OF MAHESH ELKUNCHWAR
BRAHMJOT KAUR
Research Scholar, Department of English and MEL, University of Lucknow
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.27
27-29
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THE CRISIS OF SHAH BANO: BETWEEN SHARIʻAH AND THE SECULAR
SAHID AFRIDI MONDAL
M.A., Jadavpur University
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.30
30-34
1
INVESTIGATE THE EFFECT OF USING TECHNOLOGY IN LEARNING ENGLISH LANGUAGE AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
AZZA ELMADANI ADAM ELMADANI1, ABASS HUSSEIN ABDELRADY2
1Ahfad Universality for Women, School of Languages, Sudan.
2Qassim University, College of Science and Arts in Alasyah, KSA.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.35
35-46
1
1 SYLVIA PLATH: A STRONG FEMINIST, MISANDRIST AND NARCISSIST
Dr. RATNESH BARANWAL
Assistant Professor in English, K.N.I.P.S.S. Sultanpur (U.P.)
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.47
47-51
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STRATEGY OF ONE’S LIFE: DEVIATION FROM MORALS AS PORTRAYED BY PAULO COELHO IN ELEVEN MINUTES
EZHIL G1 , T K HEMALATHA2
1Research Scholar, Nirmala College for women, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu.
2Associate Professor, Department of English, Nirmala College for women, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.52
52-53
1
“HALF OUT, HALF IN”: POSTHUMAN ONTOLOGIES IN MONIQUE ROFFEY’S THE WHITE WOMAN ON THE GREEN BICYCLE
PAUSHALI BHATTACHARYA
Student, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.58
54-58
1
1 RECONCILIATION THROUGH HUMOUR IN NEIL SIMON’S THE ODD COUPLE
Dr. B. SOUNDARY
Assistant Professor, Department of English, St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous), Palayamkottai - 627 002, Tamil Nadu, India.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.59
59-63
1
1 THE IMAGE AS A FORM OF ARTISTIC THINKING
A.V.KRISHARAO
Lecturer in English, Bapatla College of Arts &Sciences, Bapatla
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.64
64-68
1
1 UNDERSTANDING THE ASPECT OF EQUALITY AND FREEDOM THROUGH GITHA HARIHARAN’S I HAVE BECOME THE TIDE
ANURADHA HALDER
Former Teacher of Kendriya Vidyalaya,C.R.P.F.,Durgapur, Member of IACLALS Durgapur, West Bengal, India
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.69
69-72
1
“BYZANTIUM” BY WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS: A THEMATIC ANALYSIS
AMRUTHA K.R.
Guest Lecturer (St. Mary's College)
Sultan Bathery
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.73
73-76
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ENGLISH LANGUAGE AS A TOOL OF PEACE AND EMPLOYMENT FOR YOUNGSTERS
Dr. JAVED KHAN
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Government Post Graduate (Lead) College, Sheopur
District, Sheopur. Madhya Pradesh.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.77
77-79
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THE TRANSLATION AND DISSEMINATION OF SIX RECORDS OF A FLOATING LIFE:
FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF READERS’ RECEPTION
LIU GUIZHEN
Associate Professor, School of English Language, Literature and Culture, Beijing International Studies University, Beijing, China, 100024
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.80
80-89
1
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FEMINIST READING OF BAPSI SIDHWA’S NOVELS ‘ICE-CANDY-MAN’, ‘WATER’ ANDDEEPA MEHTA’S FILMS – ‘EARTH AND WATER’
Dr. RAKESH RANA
Associate Professor (English)
JLN.Govt. College Haripur Manali, Distt. Kullu. H.P. Pin 175136
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.90
90-95
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CULTURAL VISION OF NORTH KARNATAKA IN BASAVARAJ NAIKAR’S THE GOLDEN SERVANT AND OTHER STORIES
Dr. P.V. LAXMI PRASAD
Head, Department of English, Satavahana University, Karimnagar
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.96
96-99
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TIME TRAVEL AS A TOOL OF SATIRIC DYSTOPIA IN KURT VONNEGUT’S
SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE
ABDALHADI NIMER ABDALQADER ABU JWEID
Associate professor of English Literature.
Faculty of Educational Sciences & Arts / FESA / UNRWA, Amman-Jordan
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.100
100-107
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PAIN AND PLEASURE OF CHILDREN’S LITERATURE IN INDIA
Dr. ANSHU KAUSHAL
Assistant Professor of English, Government Degree College, Kandaghat.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.108
108-118
1
1 REPRESENTATION OF TRIBALS IN ARUN JOSHI'S THE STRANGE CASE OF BILLY BISWAS &KAMALA MARKANDAYA'S THE COFFER DAMS
MANMOHAN KRISHNA
Research Scholar
Bhupendra Narayan Mandal University, Madhepura.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.119
119-122
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AUTOBIOGRAPHIES IN DALIT LITERATURE AND MOVEMENT
PANDAGA SRINIVAS1, SIRIPURAM SRINU2
1,2Research Scholar, Kakatiya University.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.123
123-127
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LITERATURE AS A TOOL FOR THE BETTERMENT OF ECONOMY
Dr. KAVITA SINGH1, KUHOO SINGH2*
1Asst. professor, Economics, Govt. NCJ College, Dalli Rajhara, Chhattisgarh, 491228
2Student, MA, English Literature, St. Thomas College, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, 490006.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.128
128-131
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BAPSI SIDHWA’S AN AMERICAN BRAT, EXPLORES CROSS-CULTURALISM AND CULTURAL IDENTITY
Dr. PRIYAMVADA SINGH
Dept. of English &M.E.L.
University of Allahabad, Allahabad, India.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.132
132-139
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REVISITING RIDERS TO THE SEA: POTENTIALITY OF PREMONITIONS, SUGGESTIONS
AND SYMBOLS
ENAMUL KABIR PASA
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Sripat Singh College, Jiaganj, Murshidabad, West Bengal.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.140
140-144
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BRIDGING THE HOMELAND AND HOSTLAND THROUGH PHYSICAL JOURNEY: READING JHUMPA LAHIRI AND BHARATI MUKHERJEE
MONICA
PhD Scholar, Dept. of English, SRM University, Haryana.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.145
145-149
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SHASHI THAROOR’S RIOT: A STUDY OF THE CULTURE
Dr. MATHPATI SUDHIR
Assistant Professor, Dept. of English
Adarsh Mahavidyalaya, Omerga, Dist. Osmanabad, MS..
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.150
150-155
1
A SAGA OF INDIAN RURAL LIFE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF KAMALA MARKANDAYA’S NECTAR IN A SIEVE AND MUNSHI PREMCHAND’S GODAN
JYATI DIXIT*1, Dr. BIPIN CHANDRA PANDEY2
1Research Scholar, M. M. P G College Modinagar, Ghaziabad U.P., & Asst. Professor of English, K.K.
Pt. Badridutt Pandey Government P G college Bageshwar, Uttarakhand. 2Associate Professor of English, M. M. P G College Modinagar, Ghaziabad, U.P..
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.156
156-161
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1 UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF RELIGION AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE IN INDIA IN V.S. NAIPAUL’S TRILOGY
SURESH CHIMATA1, Dr. G. CHENNA REDDY2
1Research Scholar, 2Associate Professor of English
Department of English, AcharyaNagarjuna University, Nagarjuna Nagar, Guntur.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.162
162-166
1
1 A GNRE – INVESTIGATION ON THE FRONT PAGE FORMAT OF THE M.A. PARTIAL RESEARCHES OF TRANSLATION IN THE UNIVERSITY OF KHARTOUM
Dr. NASIR SATTI
Khartoum University
Sudan , Africa.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.167
167-176
1
TRAUMA THROUGH AUTOBIOGRAPHY: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF FAUZIYA KASSINDJA'S DO THEY HEAR YOU WHEN YOU CRY
MARIAM BIN SAMIR 1, RIYAD ABDURAHMAN MANQOUSH2
1English Language Department, Hadhramout University, Yemen
2English Language Department, Seiyun University, Yemen.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.177
177-186
1
1 NATURE: A DISCUSSION IN THE SELECTED POEMS OF MARY JANE OLIVER
BHISHMA KUMAR
UGC NET-JRF
PhD Research Scholar, Patna University, Patna
Department of English.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.187
187-191
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KIRAN DESAI’S THE INHERITANCE OF LOSS: A STUDY IN IDENTITY CRISIS
AVINASH L. PANDHARE
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Anand Niketan College, Anandwan-Warora
Dist. Chandrapur, Maharashtra.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.192
192-195
1
THE CONSTRUCTION OF JOYCE’S IRELAND IN
A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN
MEENAKSHI SHARMA
Ph.D. Research Scholar, Department of English, University of Delhi.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.196
196-198
1
THE PARABLE OF A DAUGHTER LOST AND FOUND: A DALIT WOMAN’S JOURNEY TOWARDS HER SELF
ROSEMARIA REGY MATHEW1, Dr. S. BALASUNDARI2
1Junior Research Fellow, 2Associate Professor
School of English and Foreign Languages
Gandhigram Rural Institute, Tamilnadu, India.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.199
199-205
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REGIONAL COMMITMENT IN EUDORA WELTY’S “PETRIFIED MAN”
ABDALHADI NIMER ABDALQADER ABU JWEID
Associate professor of English Literature.
Faculty of Educational Sciences & Arts / FESA / UNRWA, Amman-Jordan.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.206
206-214
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ALLEGIANCE AND HONOUR IN “THE BRIDE OF LAMMERMOOR”
Dr.VIVEK CHAUHAN
Associate Professor, Department of English,
Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, Bangalore.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.215
215-219
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LOOKING FOR INDIANNESS: THE IDENTITY QUAGMIRE OF INDIA’S NORTHEASTERN MIGRANTS
SREEPARNA DAS.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.220
220-225
1
1 PRESENT POSITION OF TEACHING ENGLISH AT THE SECONDARY LEVEL CLASSES (IX & X) OF ASSAM: A CASE STUDY
PRANJAL SAIKIA
Ph.D. Scholar, Mahatma Gandhi University, Meghalaya
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.226
226-232
1
A STUDY ON HATHA YOGA PRACTICES AND KUNDALINI AWAKENING IN KAKKANADAN’S “SRI CHAKRAM”
KRISHNA KUNJIKUTTAN K
Research Student, School of Letters, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.233
233-237
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PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN IN INDIAN SHORT FILMS
Dr. APARNA SHARMA1, KRITI JAIN2
1Associate Professor, Department of English, Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities,Bhupal Nobles’ University, Udaipur (Rajasthan)
2 Ph.D Scholar, Department of English, Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities, Bhupal Nobles’ University, Udaipur (Rajasthan)
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.238
238-243
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ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF TIME FOR ENGLISH IV
HASHIM ABDURAHIM MUSTAFA1
ABDALLA DAWOD OMER JUMAA2
MOHAMMED ALTYEB ALFAKI3
TAHA BASHIER RAHAMTALLA MOHAMMED4
1-4English Department, College of Sciences and Arts, Unaizah , Qassim University, Saudi Arabia.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.244
244-254
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SUDHA MURTHY’S DOLLAR BAHU: AN ECOFEMINIST READING
MAYURI PATHAK
Research Scholar, Department of English, CMR University,
HRBR Layout, Bangalore
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.255
255-258
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AMBIGUITY IN EMPOWERING WOMEN IN POST-COLONIAL FICTION: ANALYSING ANITA DESAI’S FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN
ANANYA BHOWMICK
Post Graduate Student, Tezpur University, Tezpur, Assam, India
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.259
259-260
1
1 FRENCH REALISM IN ENGLISH LITERATURE
Dr. RICHA SMRITI
PhD, English Literature, LNMU Darbhanga
Director, Navodaya Mission Trust.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.261
261-264
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1 DIGITAL TEACHING TECHNIQUES TO PRESERVE RICH ENGLISH LITERATURE
SUDHIR KHULLAR
POST GRADUATE TEACHER [ENGLISH], ATOMIC ENERGY JUNIOR COLLEGE, ANUSHAKTINAGAR,
MUMBAI-400094.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.265
265-270
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THE MADNESS OF REBELLION: A STUDY INTO INSANITY AS A POWERFUL TROPE IN KEN KESEY’S ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST
INJELA ZAINI
Ph.D Research Scholar, Jaipur National University, Jagatpura, Jaipur.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.271
271-276
1
NARAYAN’S NATIONALISTIC SENTIMENT AND CARTOGRAPHIC RESISTANCES: INVERSING POLITICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE AND ECONOMIC CONTROLS IN SEARCH OF INDEPENDENCE
Md Sajib Miah
IELTS Instructor, Meiji Education, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.277
277-284
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1 HITLER DANCES ENSEMBLE: FRAGMENTS OF A DEVISED THEATRE
Dr. SHEEBA V. RAJAN
Assistant Professor
Department of English, St. Xavier’s College for Women, Aluva, Ernakulam, Kerala.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.285
285-288
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PROBLEMS OF TEACHING SPEAKING SKILLS IN THE NEPALESE ELT CLASSES
ARUN KUMAR KSHETREE, Ph.D.
Lecturer, Butwal M Campus, Butwal, Nepal.
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.289
289-296
1
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“THE LEFT HAND OF DARKNESS” BY URSULA K. LE GUIN AS A FEMINIST FANTASY WRITING
VIRGINIA KASHYAP
Post-Graduate student, Department of English,
University of Science and Technology Meghalaya, India
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.297
297-300
1
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A FEMINIST READING OF DEEPA AGARWAL’S ‘THE TEENAGE DIARY OF NUR JAHAN’
BRAHMJOT KAUR
Research Scholar, Department of English and MEL, University of Lucknow
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.301
301-303
1
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REDEFINING MEANING THROUGH MULTIMODALITY AND MULTIMODAL LITERACY –AN INTRODUCTION
Prof. N. NAGAMANI NAGARAJA
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.304
304-312
1
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BHARATI MUKHERJEE’S THE HOLDER OF THE WORLD: A UNIQUE FUSION OF FICTION AND HISTORY
Dr. ANITA KUMARI PASWAN
Department of English &Modern European Languages,
University of Lucknow, Lucknow
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.312
313-319
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ALMS IN THE NAME OF A BLIND HORSE: A STUDY OF SYSTEMATIC OPPRESSION OF DALITS IN A CAPITALIST SYSTEM
NISHA PALIWAL
MA English, Department of English,
Central University of Rajasthan, India
doi: 10.33329/ijelr.7.3.320
320-327
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