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Veda’s Journal of English Language and Literature (JOELL) is an internationally acclaimed peer reviewed (refereed) open access Journal that welcomes original contributions exploring and highlighting issues in the broad areas of English, language, linguistics and literature. The journal provides rapid publication of its articles published quarterly by VEDA Publications (p) Ltd. both in print and online versions. The journal is free to access from any corner of the world. Unique in the range and quality of its coverage, it attracts contributions from leading scholars worldwide on the language, literature and culture of the English-speaking world from the Anglo-Saxon period to the present day. The online version is free access and downloadable.

SCOPE OF THE JOURNAL: Veda’s Journal of English Language and Literature (JOELL) invites papers in the field of English Literature, linguistics and culture studies. Published quarterly, the journal invites research papers, review articles, short communications, book review in all aspects of English literature including comparative and modern literature, creative writing, language methods, language research, analysis and applications, methodologies, English teaching, theory and practice, literary studies, linguistics, special languages, cultural studies, materials development and evaluation including all relevant fields. 

Frequency:
JOELL publishes articles quarterly [JANUARY / APRIL / JULY / OCTOBER ]
Both in Online / Print

Call for Papers

Send your articles to: editorjoell@gmail.com

Types of papers we Accept :
1. Original Research Articles
2.Super Express Papers: Research Article Needs to Publish within short period (2-3 days after submissions)
3.Review Articles
4. Short Communications
5.Case Studies
6.Letters to the Editors and book reviewers
7.Abstracts/Full Papers of Seminars and symposia will also be considered for publications

FOR SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS 

Submit manuscripts as an E-mail attachment to the Editorial Office @

  editorjoell@gmail.com / joelleditor@gmail.com

A manuscript number will be mailed to the corresponding author same day or within 72 hours.Please read the Instructions for Authors before submitting your manuscript.

NOTE: The submission must not have been previously published, nor should it be under consideration for publication elsewhere. We also have a strict policy against plagiarism. The plagiarism is checked through two methods: reviewer check and plagiarism prevention tool. All submissions will be checked by online software before being sent to reviewers. Editor in Chief having the right to publish or reject the article in pre or post publication.

Journal Key Words: Journal of  English Literature ,Online/Print Journal, Linguistics Journal, ELT Journal, Peer reviewed (refereed) Journal,International Journal of English Literature, Indian English Literature Journal, Online English Journal, Indexed journal, English Language Journal, English Journal With Impact Factor

 

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VOL 7, ISSUE 1, 2020

 

January-

March

 

 

 

SPIRITUALISM IN TAGORE’S NATIR PUJA AND MUKTADHARA

 Vibhavari S Kulkarni

(Assistant Professor, Dept of English, Karnatak Arts College, Dharwad, Karnataka.)

DOI: 10.333329/joell.7.1.x

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Societal Bigotry and Existence Conflict in Manju Kapur’s Home

Dr. Neelofar Kohri

Assistant Professor, English, Govt. MS PG College, Bikaner, Rajasthan

DOI: 10.333329/joell.7.1.5

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05-09

TEACHING ENGLISH GRAMMAR: ITS EFFECTIVE WAYS

Malay Nath

(Research Scholar, Faculty of English, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, India)

DOI: 10.333329/joell.7.1.10
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10-13

THE PRACTICE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF CULTURAL PERFORMANCE AMONGST LIANGMAI

Charengna Widinibou

(Centre for Endangered Languages,Tezpur University, Napaam.)

DOI: 10.333329/joell.7.1.14

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14-21

INDIAN DIASPORA AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY: A STUDY ON THE WRITINGS OF KIRAN DESAI AND JHUMPA LAHIRI

Dr. Dipti Ranjan Maharana

(P.G. Dept. of English,U.N. Auto. College of Sc. and Tech, Adaspur.)

DOI: 10.333329/joell.7.1.22

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22-27

REPRESENTATION OF MEN AND MASCULINITY IN AGHA SHAHID ALI’S “SNOWMEN”

 Dr. Madhushri Kallimani

 (Assistant Professor of English, Rani Channamma University, Belagavi.)

DOI: 10.333329/joell.7.1.28

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28-30

Eastward bias in the opening sequences of Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula’

Raj Das

(State-Aided College Teacher, Department of English, Maheshtala College, Kolkata, West Bengal, India.)

DOI: 10.333329/joell.7.1.31

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31-35

EFFECTIVENESS OF AUDIO-LINGUAL METHODS AT SECONDARY EDUCATION IN BANGLADESH

Md. Harun Rashid1* and Md. Jahirul Islam2

1*(Faculty of Modern language and communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.)

2(Faculty of Modern language and communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.)

DOI: 10.333329/joell.7.1.36

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THE FRAGMENTATION AND QUEST FOR IDENTITY IN THE NOVELS OF SHASHI DESHPANDE

Dr. Jai Shankar Tiwari

(Assistant Professor, Department of English, Nehru Gram Bharati (Deemed To be) University , Kotwa Jamunipur Campus ,Prayagraj- 221505.)

DOI: 10.333329/joell.7.1.43

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ENHANCING LANGUAGE USE THROUGH COLLOCATION

Sanjay K. Jha

(Professor (Linguistics) and Director (Liberal Arts) Amity University Haryana, India.)

DOI: 10.333329/joell.7.1.48

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48-61

THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF MARGARET MITCHELL’S GONE WITH THE WIND

Mrs.P.Rajisha Menon

(Assistant Professor-in-English, CVR College of Engineering, Humanities and Social Sciences (English), Hyderabad, India.)

DOI: 10.333329/joell.7.1.62

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62-68

MAPPING THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN FROM D.H LAWRENCE’S WOMEN IN LOVE TO E.L JAMES’ FIFTY SHADES TRILOGY

Palak Arora

M.A. English, IV Sem, ASLA, Amity University Gurugram

DOI: 10.333329/joell.7.1.69

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69-74

TOTEM AS KARUNA RASA OF FREE SPIRIT IN MAHESH DATTANI’S DANCE LIKE A MAN

Karishma Bisht

(Assistant Professor, English Department, Isabella Thoburn College, Lucknow)

DOI: 10.333329/joell.7.1.75

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FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR PROFESSIONAL EMPOWERMENT

Sunil K. Mishra1 and Parul Mishra2

1(Associate Professor (English), Amity School of Liberal Arts, Amity University, Haryana.)

2(Assistant Professor (English), G D Goenka University Gurgaon.)

DOI:10.333329/joell.7.1.79

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79-85

A THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE NOVELETTE DAWA: THE STORY OF A STRAY DOG IN BHUTAN

Dhanapati Sharma1 , Nima Wangchuk2

(Lecturer, Faculty of Language Department, Gedu College of Business Studies, Royal University of Bhutan, Gedu, Bhutan.)

(Lecturer, Faculty of Language Department,Gedu College of Business Studies,Royal University of Bhutan, Gedu, Bhutan.)

DOI:10.333329/joell.7.1.86

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RESOUNDING MECHANISM OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN THE ENGINEERING CLASSROOMS

                                                   Karthikh1 , J. Aungston2

1(Assistant Professor, Department of English, Panimalar Engineering College, Chennai.)

2(Assistant Professor, Department of English, Panimalar Engineering College, Chennai.)

DOI:10.333329/joell.7.1.93

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93-98

ASSIMILATING LEXIS AND SYNTAX THROUGH SHORT STORIES

N.S. Rajneesh

(Assistant Professor of English, Govt. Degree College, Gajwel Dist, Siddipet-502278.)

DOI:10.333329/joell.7.1.99

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99-101

SYNTAGMATIC SIGNIFICANCE IN  TALE-DANDA

Yadagiri

 (Assistant Professor of English, Govt.Degree College for Women, Nalgonda.)

DOI:10.333329/joell.7.1.102

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102-106

CONSTRUING THE EMOTIONS IN KHUSHWANT SINGH SHORT NARRATIVES

N.S. Rajneesh

(Assistant Professor of English, Govt. Degree College, Gajwel Dist, Siddipet-502278.)

DOI:10.333329/joell.7.1.107

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107-110

RECREATING THE FEMALE IDENTITY: A FEMINIST APPROACH TO CHITRA DIVAKARUNI’S THE PALACE OF  ILLUSIONS

Dr G Kalvikkarasi

(Associate Professor, Department of English, DRBCCC Hindu College,Chennai.)

DOI:10.333329/joell.7.1.111

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111-114

PERFORMITIVITY AND GENDER DYNAMISM IN MARRIAGE RATEULI:A CASE FOR ACHHAM

Nabraj Pandey

(PhD Scholar (English) Tribhuan University, Nepal  & Teaching Assistant, Tikapur Multiple Campus, Tikapur Kailali, Nepal.)

DOI:10.333329/joell.7.1.115

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115-120

 

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