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Volume 2 Issue.3.2015 (July-Sept) (Part B)

Volume 2 Issue.3.2015 (July-Sept) PART A (PAGE NO:1-331)

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DS LEXICAL AND SYNTACTIC STUDY OF "INTERPRETER OF MALADIES" BY JHUMPA LAHIRI
DEEPA SARABHAI
Research Scholar Department of English & MEL, Banasthali University, Rajasthan
Page 1-4
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MS IMPACT OF MASS MEDIA AND SOCIAL NETWORKING ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
MONA SHABBIR KHAN
Research Scholar Department of English Aligarh Muslim University
Page 5-8
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AY LITERARY SKETCH AS A GENRE IN QUESTION: A PROBE INTO KALIPRASANNA SINHA’S "SKETCHES BY HOOTUM THE OWL"
AYON HALDER
RESEARCH SCHOLAR DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH UNIVERSITY OF KALYANI
Page 9-12
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IJELR INTERPRETATION OF MALADIES IN AN UNACCUSTOMED EARTH; CONFLICTS OF ASSIMILATION IN JHUMPA LAHIRI’S WOMEN PROTAGONISTS
Dr.SUBHASHREE MOHANTY

AL_21,Bhimtangi H.B.Colony Bhubaneswar, Odisha
Page 13-16
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IJELR EMERGENCE OF NEW WOMAN IN CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S "ARRANGED MARRIAGE"
GOUTAM BARMAN
Assistant Teacher Narikeldanga High School, Kolkata
With Drawn By Author
Page 17-21
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SJ RELIGION AND CONCENTRICITY IN THE WOKS OF GERALD MANLEY HOPKINS
SOYA JOSEPH
Lecturer in English ICA College Thozhiyur, Thrissur
Page 22-25
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SA TEACHING ORAL ENGLISH IN SRI LANKAN RURAL SCHOOL CONTEXT
SARATH WITHANARACHCHI SAMARANAYAKE

Shinas College of Technology, Al-Aqr, PO Box: 77,PC 324, Shinas, Sultanate of Oman
Page 26-39
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IJELR DYSTOPIAN SATIRE AS PROTEST IN THANGJAM IBOPISHAK’S POETRY
PH. SANAMACHA SHARMA

Assistant Professor of English DM College of Commerce Imphal, Manipur
PPage 40-48
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NVR UNFURLING THE CRIME AND GLAMOUR IN VIKRAM CHANDRA'S SACRED GAMES--THE DETECTIVE FICTION
NEERUKONDA VISWASA RAO

Head, Department of English SVKP College, Markapur Prakasam Dt. A.P., India
Page 49-52
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DM POSTCOLONIAL IDENTITY CRISIS IN DEREK WALCOTT’S "DREAM ON MONKEY MOUNTAIN"
DWAIPAYAN MITRA

M.Phil., Research Scholar,The Department of Comparative Literature, Jadavpur University
Page 53-56
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IJELR DEATH CONSCIOUSNESS IN RABINDRANATH TAGORE’S PLAY "DĀKGHAR" -A BRIEF STUDY
BIPASHA DAS
Research Scholar Dept. of Sanskrit, Pali & Prakrit Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan
Page 57-63 1
HK EXISTENTIAL ANGST IN KATE CHOPIN’S THE AWAKENING: A FEMINIST READING
HARDEEPKAUR
M.Phil. English Research Scholar, Department of English and Cultural Studies Panjab University, Chandigarh
Page64-69 1
RC IMPERSONAL THEORY OF POETRY: AN IMITATION OF EARLIER CONCEPTS AND THEORIES
Dr. RAKESH CHANDRA JOSHI

Assistant Professor of English Government PG College, Doiwala, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
Page70-75 1
SM AUTHORITY, SUBVERSION AND THE TELLING VOICES OF THE SUBALTERNS IN MAHESH DATTANI’S "SEVEN STEPS AROUND THE FIRE"
SANJEEV MATHUR

ASSISTANT TEACHER SATBERIA HIGH SCHOOL SATBERIA, KAMARPUKUR, HOOGHLY, WEST BENGAL
Page76-80 1
SS INFLUENCE OF THE BIBLE ON GANDHI’S ETHICS
Dr SHEEBA HIMANI SHARMA
Department of English St. Andrew’s College, Gorakhpur
Page81-84 1
RC STRATEGIZING RESEARCH IN ENGLISH LITERATURE
REETIKA CHANCHAL
Research Scholar Department of English & Modern European Languages, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, India
Page85-891
IJELR FROM INNOCENCE TO EXPERIENCE - A DIASPORIC PERSPECTIVE IN JHUMPA LAHIRI’S THE LOWLAND
SWASTIKA MUDULI
LECTURER, DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH U.N.S MOHAVIDYALAYA, JAJPUR UTKAL UNIVERSITY ODISHA
Page90-921
IJELR THE DELINEATION OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS IN SHASHI DESHPANDE'S FICTIONS
Dr. G. KIRAN KUMAR
Assistant Professor (c) Nizam College, Osmania University Hyderabad
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IJELR IDENTITY AND CULTURAL CONFLICTS IN TASLIMA NASRIN’S NOVEL ‘LAJJA’
G. NAGESWARA RAO
Asst. Professor of English Vignan University Vadlamudi, Guntur. A. P. India
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IJELR IN THE THROES OF TRANSITION: MUSLIM WOMEN IN AHMED ALI’S TWILIGHT IN DELHI AND ZEENUTH FUTEHALLY’S ZOHRA
Dr ASHA S
Assistant Professor, Department of English & Comparative Literature, Central University of Kerala, Vidyanagar Campus, Kasaragod, Kerala
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SAA DISCURSIVE ENACTMENT OF POWER IN IRANIAN MEDICAL ESP CLASSROOMS
RAHMAN SAHRAGARD1, SEYYED ALI HOSSEINI2*
1Department of Foreign Language and Linguistics, Shiraz University 2Department of Foreign Language and Linguistics, Shiraz University
Page116-1271
KD MATRIMONIAL DISCOURSES PERTAINING TO THE IDENTITY OF WOMAN IN MANJU KAPUR’S THE IMMIGRANT
KAVITA DHILLON

Research Scholar Centre for Comparative Literature Central University of Punjab, Bathinda
Page128-138

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ER WORKS ON THE FICTION CRITICISM OF F.R. LEAVIS K.ESWARA REDDY1, K.VIJAYA BHASKAR REDDY2 1,2Assistant Professor in English K.S.R.M College of Engineering Kadapa , A.P, INDIA Page139-1421
CC SELF - IMMOLATION IN GUSTAVE FLAUBERT’S MADAME BOVARY AND THOMAS HARDY’S JUDE THE OBSCURE : A STUDY OF EMMA BOVARY AND SUE BRIDEHEAD
CHEENA CHAWLA

Assistant Professor Department of English Patel Memorial National College, Rajpura, Punjab
Page143-146

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AJ REDEFINING OTHELLO: A STUDY OF CHARLES MAROWITZ' 'AN OTHELLO'
ANNAMMA GEORGE

Research Scholar University of Calicut
Page147-151

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IJELR JOURNEY OF TRANSLATION FROM SOURCE LANGUAGE TEXT TO TARGET LANGUAGE TEXT: A CRITICAL STUDY FURRUKH FAIZAN MIR
Research Scholar, Department of English University of Kashmir, Hazratbal
Page152-157

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IJELR SUBVERTING HEGEMONIC PATRIARCHAL DISCOURSES: A STUDY OF MAHASWETA DEVI’S DRAUPADI
Dr SHUCHI SHARMA
Asstt Professor, Univ Sch of Hum & Soc Sc, GGS Indraprastha University, Delhi
Page158-162

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IJELR A STUDY ON SPEECH ACT OF REQUESTS USED BY THE INDIAN ESL LEARNERS IN MULTICULTURAL CLASSES B.JAMUNA
Research Scholar Department of English & MEL, Banasthali University, Rajasthan
Page163-170

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IJELR CULTURAL COMBAT AMID DIASPORA: REPRESENTATIONS IN BORN CONFUSED AND QUEEN OF DREAMS
SHOWKAT AHMAD NAIK

Ph.D Research Scholar Central University of Punjab, Bathinda
Page171-175

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TB INTERROGATING MULTICULTURALISM IN KIRAN DESAI’S “THE INHERITANCE OF LOSS”
TANMOY BHATTACHARJEE
ASSISTANT MASTER HOWRAH ZILLA SCHOOL, HOWRAH, WEST BENGAL
Page176-179

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PC VOICING THE VOICELESS: CONSCRIPTING THE SUBJUGATION OF QUEER IDENTITY IN THE PLAYS OF VIJAY TENDULKAR AND MAHESH DATTANI
PRIYANKA CHANDEL
 Ph. D Research Scholar School of Languages, Literature and Culture Central University of Punjab, Bathinda
Page180-186

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IJELR VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN PARTITION: DEPICTION INICE CANDY MAN AND PINJAR
NANCY

Ph. D Research Scholar Central University of Punjab, Bathinda
Page187-193

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DS MYTHIFICATION AND THE DISCOURSE OF FEMININITY – A STUDY OF THE SELECTED FICTIONS OF SHASHI DESHPANDE DEBABRATA SARDAR
Assistant Master of English Uttarpara Govt. High School, Uttarpara, Hooghly, West Bengal, India
Page194-197

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IR. DEPICTION OF AMIR’S CHILDHOOD IN ‘THE KITE RUNNER’
INDU RANI
Ph.D. Research Scholar Central University of Haryana
Page198-200

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IJELR DECONSTRUCTION OF HOMOSEXUALITY AS A TABOO IN HETERONORMATIVE SOCIETY
SUMEET
Ph. D Research Scholar, School of Languages, Literature and Culture, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda
Page 201-206

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pk DROPS OF NECTAR FROM THE GITA IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY AMERICAN LITERATURE
Dr. PRADEEP KUMAR SRIVASTVA

IInd Floor, Shahi Market, Cinema Road, Golghar, Gorakhpur, Pin: 273001, U.P. India
Page 207-213

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AR IRONY, IDENTITY AND ISLAM: REJECTION AND ACCEPTANCE IN HANIF KUREISHI’S
“MY SON THE FANATIC”
ANAMTA RIZVI

Research Scholar, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India
Page 214-217

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IJELR IMITATION LEARNING: A GROUND –BREAKING TECHNIQUE TO ENHANCE ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION SKILLS FOR SLOW BLOOMERS
Dr.A.RATHINA PRABHU1, Dr.B.JEYANTHI2, Dr.B.THENMALARBHARATHI3
1Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tamil Nadu, India 2Anna University Tirunelveli Region, Tamil Nadu, India 3RMD Engineering College ,Tamilnadu ,India
Page 218-224

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JM INFUSING LEADERSHIP SKILLS IN STUDENTS THROUGH PROSE AND POETRY
J.MICHAEL PREETHAM
Lecturer in English St Mary’s College, Yousufguda, Hyderabad
Page 225-230

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ST THE VOLITION OF RELIGION IN THE DEVADASI TRADITION WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO AMITA KANEKAR’S A SPOKE IN THE WHEEL
SMRITI THAKUR1, Dr. ALPNA SAINI2

1Research Scholar, Centre for Comparative Literature, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda 2Associate Professor, Centre for Classical and Modern Languages, Central University of Punjab
Page 231-237

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AP BARRIERS IN LITERARY TRANSLATION
ANUPRIYA PATRA
Research Scholar Post Graduate and Research Department of English, S.N.College, Kollam
Page 238-240

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IJELR THE BRIGHTER PERSPECTIVE OF DARKNESS: “A TEMPORARY MATTER” BY JHUMPA LAHIRI
SHARMA JAYA1, SATHE PRACHI2
1,2Asst. Professor, Medi-Caps Institute of Science & Technology, Indore (M.P.)
Page 241-245

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IJELR A STUDY OF ZHANG GURUO’S PHILOSOPHY OF TRANSLATION
LIU Yanmei1,2 Ma Fang1
1School of Applied English Studies, Shandong University of Finance and Economics, Jinan, China 2School of Foreign Languages and Literature, Shandong University, Jinan China
Page 246-251

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IJELR IDEOPHONIC WORDS IN THE HOLY QUR'AN
BAHAA-EDDIN ABULHASSAN HASSAN
Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Sohag University, Egypt.
Page 252-264

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IJELR PERCEPTION PROBLEMS OF ENGLISH VOWELS OF SAUDI STUDENTS OF ENGLISH AT ALBAHA UNIVERSITY
 EZZELDIN MAHMOUD TAJELDIN ALI
Assistant professor (dr.) of Phonetics and Experimental Linguistics Dept of English language Scientific Research fund, Al Baha University, Saudi Arabia
Page 265-273

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EB A CASE STUDY OF TEACHER TALK TIME AND STUDENT TALK TIME IN AN IRANIAN LANGUAGE SCHOOL
Dr. ESMAIL ZARE-BEHTASH1, TAYYEBEH AZARNIA2

1English Department, Chabahar Maritime University, Iran 2TEFL MA student, Chabahar Maritime University, Iran
Page 274-285

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AK  READER-ORIENTED CRITICISM: A STUDY OF JAUSS’ LITERARY HISTORY AS A CHALLENGE TO LITERARY THEORY
ABHISHEK KUMAR JAISWAL
Research Scholar Department of English &M.E.L University of Lucknow, Lucknow, India
Page 285-289

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IJELR A CRITICAL EXPLICATION OF THE POEM, NALLUR 1982 BY JEAN ARASANAYAGAM
MADHUSANKHA B. H. I.
Undergraduate, Faculty of Science, University of Colombo, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Page 290-294

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SAN SYNCRETIC CULTURE OF CIVILISATIONAL SOCIETY IN RIVER OF FIRE
SANEYA
Assistant Professor(Ad-hoc) English department, Daulat Ram College, University of Delhi
Page 295-299

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IJELR ON REQUIREMENTS OF BUSINESS INTERPRETERS IN LIGHT OF THE INTERPRETIVE THEORY OF TRANSLATION HAIYAN WANG
College of Foreign Languages, Qingdao University of Science and Technology, Qingdao, China
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SR RABINDRANATH TAGORE’S CRITICISM ON UTILITARIAN APPROACH OF THE SOCIETY AND THE UNIVERSAL VALUE
S.RAVINDAR1, A.CRUZ THIVAGARAN2

1Assistant Professor of English,
Knowledge Institute of Technology, Kakapalayam (PO), Salem (DT). Tamilnadu, India.
2Assistant Professor of English,
JP College of Engineering, Ayikudy (PO), Thirunelveli (DT). Tamilnadu, India.
Page 306-310

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IJELR TRANSLATORIAL PREFACES: A NARRATIVE ANALYSIS MODEL
MARYAM HOSSEINZADEH
Faculty of Qaemshahr Islamic Azad University, Iran & PhD Scholar of Osmania University, Hyderabad, India
Page 311-319

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IJELR GIRISH KARNAD’S TUGHLAQ : A CONFLICT BETWEEN WORDS AND SWORD
Dr. B.K. ANJANA
Associate Professor, Dept of English, Vikram University Ujjain (M.P.)
Page 320-321

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SA POSTMETHOD PEDAGOGY: ALLY OR FOE
SEYYED ALI HOSSEINI1, NASER RASHIDI2, ALI REZA RASTI3
1,2,3Department of Foreign Language and Linguistics, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Fars, Iran
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