VOL 4, ISSUE 2, 2017

Research
Articles
Vol.4. Issue.2.,2017   APRIL-JUNE

WHY IS THE TEACHING/ LEARNING ENGLISH GRAMMAR CONSIDERED DIFFICULT?

Dr. R. Naga Dhana Lakshmi1* , Dr.T.Sujani2

1(Associate Professor in English, Green Fields, K L University, Vaddeswaram, A.P., INDIA.)

2(Associate Professor, Sri Vasavi Engineering College, Tadepalligudem, W.G.Dt.)

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Veda Logo copy TRANSCULTURAL JOURNEYS IN CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S

THE MISTRESS OF SPICES AND OLEANDER GIRL

Dr.Abha Pandey1 , Betsy Mathew2*

1(Prof. and Head, Department of English, Govt. Mahakoshal College, Jabalpur.)

2*(Research Scholar, RDVV)

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GENDER, SEXUALITY AND POWER RELATIONS IN

EDWARD ALBEE’S THE ZOO STORY

Dr Shuchi Agrawal

(Assistant Professor-III, Amity Institute of English Studies & Research, Amity University, NOIDA)

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9-12

SIGNIFICANCE OF FOREST IN CHILDREN’S LITERATURE

Dr.Jeyashree G. Iyer

     (Vice Principal/HOD of English,Dr.Ambedkar College,Mumbai.)

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13-16

THE RIVER BETWEEN: ASSERTION OF INDIGENOUS CULTURAL IDENTITY AND AMBIENCE

Dr. Inturi Kesava Rao

(Lecturer in English VSR&NVR College, Tenali, A.P., India.)

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17-22

GROWING DEMAND FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN INDIA

A.V.Rajya Lakshmi

(Head,Department of Engish, BCAS, Bapatla)

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23-25

UNDERSTANDING INDIAN REALITY THROUGH R.K. NARAYAN’S FICTION

Dasari Praveen

 (Lecturer in English, Andhra Loyola College, Vijayawada-08.)

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26-28

THE PERFORMANCE OF TRADITIONAL RELIGION OF THE LIANGMAI NAGA IN NORTH EAST INDIA: CONTINUITY AND CHANGE

Dr.Widinibou Charengna1* , Dr. D. Mary Kim Haokip2

  1*(Research Associate, Centre for Endangered Languages, Tezpur University, Napaam.)

  2(Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, Assam University, Silchar)

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29-35

 

OPEN TO OPINION: RADICAL FEMALE POETIC VOICES OF

MEDIEVAL AND MODERN INDIA

Sarita

 (Dept. of English, BPS Women University, Khanpur Kalan, Sonipat-131305 (Haryana))

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36-40

 

 

THE OVERUSE OF ENGLISH ON INDIAN CONSUMER PRODUCTS

Sanjay Kumar Jha

(Professor (Linguistics) and Director (School of Languages and Liberal Arts),Amity University Gurgaon, Haryana, India)

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41-44

 

CULTURAL NATIONALIST FALLACIES IN SELECT NON-FICTION WRITINGS OF NGUGI WA THIANG’O’

Divya Pandey

(Assistant Professor, Department of English, Satyawati College, University of Delhi)

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45-48

 

EMERGENCE OF WALT WHITMAN-BOTH AS

A GREAT AMERICAN POETIC INNOVATOR AND

A COMMENDABLE LANGUAGE EXPERIMENTER IN THE

AMERICAN LITERARY SCENARIO: A BRIEF ANALYSIS.

Dr. S. Chelliah

(Professor, Head and Chairperson, School of English & Foreign languages &

School of Indian Languages,   Department of English & Comparative Literature, Madurai Kamaraj University, MADURAI-21(TN)-India.)

 

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49-54

 

THE CONCEPT OF DISPLACEMENT SHOWN IN THE

NOVELS OF AMITAV GHOSH

Ramesh Mamidala

 (M A (Eng Litt.), Ph D Scholar, Kakatiya University, Warangal, Telangana State)

 

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55-62

 

MARXIST OVERTONES IN AUDEN’S EARLY POETRY OF THIRTIES

Dr Sujata Rana

 (Professor (English),Department of Humanities,D C R University of Sc. & Tech., Murthal (Sonepat))

 

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63-68

 

RURAL ISSUES IN NGUGI’S THE BLACK HERMIT

Dr. Ahmed Adam Abdalla

(Assistant professor of English Literature, English Language Center , University of Tabuk , Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.)

 

 

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69-75

 

METHODOLOGY OF ACTIVITY BASED ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

K. Malleswara Rao

(Selection Grade Lecturer in English, Mahrajah’s College (A),Vizianagaram, A.P.)

 

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76-82

 

CHARACTERIZATION IN THE FINANCIAL EXPERT BY R.K.NARAYAN

Dr.K.Koteswara Rao

(TGT (English), Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Kaluzuvvalapadu (VI) Prakasam Dt. Ap.) 

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83-91

  MARK TWAIN’S MESMERISING MISSISSIPPI

Dr. Rallapalli Hyderali

(Head, Dept. of English,S.T.S.N. Govt. UG & PG College,Kadiri, Ananthapuramu District, A.P.,)

 

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92-95

  CHARACTERIZATION IN R.K.NARAYAN’S THE MAN-EATER OF MALGUDI

Dr.K.Koteswara Rao

 (TGT (English), Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Kaluzuvvalapadu (VI) Prakasam Dt. Ap.)

 

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96-104

 

 

 

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