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Veda’s Journal of English Language and Literature (JOELL) is an internationally acclaimed 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, UGC Approved 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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Articles
Vol 5, Issue 1, 2018

 

  Jan-March

 

 

 

 

SAUL BELLOW-JEWISH CULTURE IN FICTION

Dr. J.K.Behl

 (Associate Professor, Beant College of Engineering and Technology, Gurdaspur.)

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Page01-03
COLLEGE TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS

ACCULTURATION MODEL FOR LEARNING

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Nitish Kumar Mondal

M.A. (Double), Research student and Phd applicant,

English Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna-9208. Bangladesh.

 

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Page04-10
  STUDY OF WORD ORDER IN THE WHITE TIGER

AND THE RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST

Prof. Vishnu Kumar Sharma

(Dean,Yagyavalkya Institute of Technology,Tonk Road, Sitapura, Jaipur, (Rajasthan))

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Page11-15
POLICE-DETECTIVE RELATIONSHIP IN THE

DETECTIVE STORIES OF SARADINDU BANDYOPADHYAY

— A POSTCOLONIAL APPROACH

Sunit Kumar Barui

(Research Scholar,Seacom Skills University.)

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Page16-19
“LANGUAGE THROUGH TECHNOLOGY”:

A REFLECTIVE STUDY ON SOCIO LINGUAL PERSPECTIVES

OF RURAL STUDENTS

B.Manjusha 1* S.Mohankumar 2 T.Suseebharathi 3

1, 2,3 (Research Associate, Division of English,SAS-SSL, VIT University, Chennai.)

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Page20-26
THE MAKING OF A TERRORIST: A CRITICAL READING OF

JOHN UPDIKE’S TERRORIST

Saraswati

(Ph.D Scholar, Department of English, Central University of Haryana, India.)

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Page27-31
“QUEST FOR FEMININE AND RADICAL IDENTITY” IN SELECTED POEMS  OF  GWENDOLYN BROOK

Preetha.R1* ,Dr. Sarika Tyagi2

1*(Assistant Professor (Jr),English Division,School of Social Sciences & Languages,VIT University,Vellore-Tamilnadu.632014.)  Email: 

2(Associate Professor, English Division, School of Social Sciences & Languages,VIT University,Vellore.Tamilnadu-632014.)

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Page32-34
WEST MEETS EAST: A STUDY OF SARA JEANNETTE DUNCAN’S THE SIMPLE ADVENTURES OF A MEMSAHIB

Rishika Sharma

 (Research Scholar, Dept. of English, University of Jammu, Jammu.)  

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Page35-38
LANGUAGE IN MAKING: TRACING THE CHILD LANGUAGE

ACQUISITION SCHEDULE
Ritika Sinha

(Assistant Professor of English, GGDSD College, Sector – 32, Chandigarh, India.)  

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Page39-45
BHARATI MUKHERJEE’S ‘WIFE’: A TALE OF MORAL AND

CULTURAL SUICIDE

Dr. Neeraj Jain

(Assistant Lecturer, M.G. Balika (PG) College, Firozabad. (UP))

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Page 46-52
A GAME OF POWER IN TENDULKAR’S GHASHIRAM KOTWAL

Sailaja1*, Dr. K. Gopal Reddy2, Dr. V. B. Chitra3

1*(Research Scholar, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University,

Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh.)

2(Associate Professor and Head, the Department of English,

Sri Sai Baba National Degree & PG College, Anantapur.)

3(Associate Professor and Head, Department of English, Jawaharlal

Nehru Technological University, Anantapur.)

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53-57

 

  ISSUES FACED BY THE MIDDLE CLASS SOCIETY IN

CLIFFORD ODETS’ “THE COUNTRY GIRL”

Dr. G. Visalam

(Head, Department of English, Sri Muthukumaran Arts and

Science College, Chikkarayapuram, Chennai – 600 069, Tamilnadu, India.)

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58-61

 

  CHRONOTOPICITY BURIED UNDER CHRONOMETRICITY: AN ESCHATOLOGICAL   VIEW OF

‘THE GRAPES OF WRATH’ BY JOHN STEINBECK

Sony Joseph

(Asst.Professor,Dept. of  English, Fatima Mata National College,Kollam,Kerala)

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62-67

 

CONTESTING HISTORY AND FRACTURING GRAND

NARRATIVE THROUGH EKPHRASIS: ANALYSING 9/11 IN

DON DELILLO’S FALLING MAN

Bazila Farhat

Doctoral Research Scholar, Dept. of English, University of Jammu, India

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68-75

 

TEACHING SOFT SKILLS THROUGH LITERATURE

Vijayalakshmi

(The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad 500605.

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76-78

 

STYLE AND LANGUAGE: A STUDY OF AMIT CHAUDHURI’S NOVELS

Dr Vandana Rajput

(Govt Teacher,Jammu,Jammu and Kashmir)

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79-86

 

THE TALE OF ROSIE AND OTHERS: FEMININE CONSCIOUSNESS  AND IDENTITY CONFLICT IN THE CINE-TEXT

“LIPSTICK UNDER MY BURKHA”

Violet McHardy1*, Dr. Payel Dutta Chowdhury2

1*(Research Scholar (Ph.D),REVA University, Bengaluru)

2 (Professor & Director,School of Arts and Humanities,REVA University, Bengaluru.)

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87-91

 

UNDERSTANDING THE EXIGENCY OF EDUCATING THE MASSES: THE INSPIRATIONAL IDEOLOGY OF JOTIBA PHULE

Poonam Singh

(Assitant Professor, Satywati College (M), University of Delhi.)

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92-97

 

FOOD AS A METAPHOR IN CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S

THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE CONCH TRILOGY

Manreet Dhaliwal

(Asst. Professor, Postgraduate Dept. of English, Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Chandigarh)

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98-105

 

REBELLIOUS NATURE AS EXPOUNDED IN R.K.NARAYAN’S THE PAINTER OF SIGNS.

Dr. M.R.Kumaraswamy

(Assistant Professor of English, Gobi Arts and Science College, Gobichettipalayam – 638453, Tamilnadu.)

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106-110

 

ANITA DESAI AS A FEMINIST: WITH REFERENCE TO CRY, THE PEACOCK

A.Thirumani Aarthilaxmi

(Research Scholar, Nadar Saraswathi College of Arts and Science,Theni.)

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111-116

 

BOB DYLAN’S LYRICISM: A COUNTERCULTURAL PERSPECTIVE

Dr. Raj Thakur

(Assistant Professor, Department of English, Central University of Jammu, J&K.)

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117-120

 

THE HORROR OF INJUSTICES IN J. M. COETZEE’S

WAITING FOR THE BARBARIANS AND AGE OF IRON

Dr.B.Bexel

(Asst. Professor of English, Nesamony Memorial Christian College, Marthandam.)

 

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121-127

 

SATIRE AND IRONY AS FARCE IN WOLE SOYINKA’S

THE TRIALS OF BROTHER JERO

Dr. R. Krishna Mohan

 (Anantapuramu, Andhrapradesh.)

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128-131

PREPOSITIONAL ERRORS AND THEIR REMEDIES:

      A STUDY OVER 50 TEACHERS TEACHING

AT BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING LEVEL.

Bhavini N. Limbachiya1*, Dr. Monali Chatterjee2   

1*(Ph.D. Research Scholar, Rai University, Ahmedabad.)

2(Assistant Prof, Dept. of English, Nirma University, Ahmedabad.)

 

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132-136

 

WAITING FOR GODOT AS A DRAMA OF EXISTANCE

Syeda ujala Fatima1*, Tehseen Fatima2 , Lubna shabir3

1*, 2, 3 (M.Phil English Literature, Department of English Language & Literature, University of Lahore.)

 

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137-142

DELIBERATIONS ON A WEBQUEST –

AN INQUIRY-ORIENTED  LESSON FORMAT TO HONE WRITING SKILLS IN

ENGLISH LANGUAGE AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN INDIAN MILIEU

Bhavini N. Limbachiya1*, Dr. Monali Chatterjee2   

1*(Ph.D. Research Scholar, Rai University, Ahmedabad.)

2(Assistant Prof, Dept. of English, Nirma University, Ahmedabad.)

 

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143-148

INVESTIGATING DIFFICULTIES FACED BY THE STUDENTS

 IN WRITING  ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Dr .Maha Mohammed Ahmed Othman

  (Asst. Professor, Albaha University, k .S. A.)

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149-165

FROM FANTASY TO FAITH: AN EXPLORATION OF

SPIRITUAL DIMENSION IN THE POETRY OF

YEATS AND IQBAL

Dr. Tanveer Hussain

 (Iqbal Institute of Culture and Philosophy, Kashmir University.) 

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166-170

MYTHS AND MYTHICAL NARRATIVES BASED ON INDIAN EPICS

THE RAMAYANA AND THE MAHABHARATA: A STUDY THROUGH THE REVISIONIST TEXTS

Noopur Srivastava1, Dr. Payel Dutta Chowdhury2

1 (Research Scholar (Ph.D.), School of Arts & Humanities, REVA University, Bengaluru, India)

2 (Professor & Director, School of Arts & Humanities, REVA University, Bengaluru, India)

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171-178

ECOCRITISISM AND ENVIRONMENTAL  CONSCIOUSNESS

IN ARUNDHATI ROY’S THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS

Dr Geetanjali

(Associate Prof, Dept. of English DAV(PG) College, Dehradun.)

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179-183

THE MANIFESTATION OF DEVOTIONAL ELEMENTS IN

THE POETRY OF GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS

Dr. Kamal J.Dave

(Associate Professor, Dept. of English, Municipal Arts and Urban Science college, Mehsana. North Gujarat.)

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184-188

BEAUTIFUL BLACK: COUNTER RHETORIC OF

SHAME AND ANGER

Dr. Aysha Swapna. K. A

(Assistant Professor of English,Post Graduate Research Department

of English,Farook College, Calicut -673632, Kerala, India.)

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189-194

MAHESH DATTANI’S EK ALAG MAUSAM:

A SCREENPLAY ARTICULATING THE PREDICAMENT OF THE HIV/AIDS PATIENTS IN INDIA

Dr. Jaspal Singh

 Head, Department of English, G.G.D.S.D. College, Hariana, District Hoshiarpur, Punjab, India-144208

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195-199

EXPRESSION OF FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS OF

CHILDREN IN JOHANNASPYRI’S NOVEL, HEIDI –

A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF CHILDREN’S LITERATURE

Lingamurthy Mukkera

(Assistant professor, Department of English, Methodist College

of Engineering & Technology, Hyderabad.)

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200-202

HAVOC OF WHITE HAIL ON GREEN LEAVES OF TEA:

A STUDY OF BRITISHERS’S  HARASSMENT OF

INDIAN LABOURERS IN ANAND’S

TWO LEAVES AND A BUD

Dr. Archana

(Assistant Professor, Department of English, Mahila Mahavidyalaya,

Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-221005.)

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203-206

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