VOL 5, ISSUE 2, 2018

 

Research
Articles
VOL 5, ISSUE 2, 2018

  APRIL-JUNE

 

 

 

 

GREEN CRITIQUE: REVALIDATING LITERATURE

TO THE PRESENT

Dr. E. Krishnan Namboothiri

(Associate Professor,Dept. of English,Sanatana Dharma College,Alappuzha, Kerala-688 003, India.)

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Page01-04

 

 

 

SOCIO CULTURAL IMPACT ON DECODING MESSAGES:

FROM LITERATURE TO COMMUNICATION

Dr.Jeyashree G.Iyer

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

Commerce and Economics,Mumbai.)

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Page05-08

 

 

 

THE EFFECT OF COMMUNICATIVE TEST BANK

ON DEVELOPING SAUDI EFL STUDENTS’

LISTENING SKILLS

Mahgoub Dafalla Ahmed1*, Abdulrahman Aldirdiry2

(Department of English & Translation,Faculty of Science & Arts,

Khulais Branch, University of Jeddah, Jeddah, P.O. Box: 80327, Jeddah 21589, Saudi Arabia)

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Page09-14

 

 

 

SPIRITUAL FIGURES IN GITA MEHTA’S KARMA COLA AND RUTH PRAWER JHABVALA’S HEAT AND DUST: A CRITIQUE

Dr. Naveen K. Mehta

(I/c Head and Associate Professor-English,Department of English,School of Language, Literature and Arts, SUBIS, Barla, Distt-Raisen (MP))

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Page15-19

 

 

 

REINTERPRETATION OF DRAUPADI’S MYTH IN SHAUNA SINGH BALDWIN’S PLAY WE ARE SO DIFFERENT NOW

Himanshu Kandpal

(Assistant Professor,Dept. of English, Govt. M.S. College for women, Bikaner (Rajasthan), India.)

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Page20-24

 

 

 

VOICES FROM THE MARGINS: A READING OF K.J BABY’S

NADUGADHIKA

Ms. Limna.P

(Assistant Professor,Department of English,Govt. Arts &Science College Kondotty, Kerala, India)

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Page25-28

 

 

 

THE USE OF ICT TOOLS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING:A LITERATURE REVIEW

Mohammed Adulkareem A. Alkamel1*, Dr. Santosh S. Chouthaiwale 2

1(Department of English, Indraraj Arts,Comm. & Science College/ Dr. BAM University Aurangabad, India)

2(Asst. Professor & Head, Department of English,Indraraj Arts,Comm. & Science College/ Dr. BAM University Aurangabad, India)

 

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Page29-33

 

 

 

PERUSAL OF DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES IN CLARK

BLAISE AND BHARATI MUKHERJEE’S DAYS AND NIGHTS IN CALCUTTA

Pooja Rani

(Research Scholar,CDLU,Sirsa, Haryana.)

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Page34-40

 

 

 

INSCRIBED BODIES IN TITUS ANDRONICUS

Dr. P. Prayer Elmo Raj

(Assistant Professor,PG & Research Department of English,Pachaiyappa’s College, Chennai-30.)

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Page41-46

 

 

 

CREATING A SPACE FOR WOMEN: TAGORE’S GENDER CONSCIOUSNESS AS REFLECTED IN HIS

SELECTED SHORT STORIES

Anchal Tiwari

(Junior Research Fellow at the Department of English, University of Allahabad.)

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Page47-52

 

 

 

REVIEWING THE ROLE OF ENGLISH STUDIES

IN A GLOBAL CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC CONTEXT

Ajeet Singh

(Assistant Professor, Department of English, Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya, Khanpur Kalan, Sonipat-Haryana. 131305.)

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Page53-56

 

 

 

BEYOND THE BIOLOGY: A CRITICISM OF WOMEN’S REPRESENTATION AS MERE BODIES BY

INDIAN WOMEN WRITERS

Manoj Kumar

(Research Scholar, Department of English, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, India.)

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Page57-60

 

 

 

CULTURAL HYBRIDITY IN CHICANO FICTION

P.S. Athawale

 (Asst. Professor, Dept. of English, Nehru Mahavidyalaya, Nerparsopant Dist. Yavatmal Maharastra State. 445102.)

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Page61-63

 

 

 

FEMALE SENSIBILITY AND CULTURAL IDENTITY: FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES IN VIRGINIA WOOLF’S Mrs. DALLOWAY

Abdus Sattar

 (Assistant Professor, Department of English, Galsi Mahavidyalaya,Galsi, Purba Bardhaman, 713406.)

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Page64-67

 

 

 

SHADOWS OF FORGOTTEN SUBALTERNS: EVOLVING  NEW IDENTITY IN ARUNDHATI ROY’S THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS

Dr. Archana

(Assistant Professor,Department of English,M.M.V., Banaras Hindu University,Varanasi-221005)                                                                                                                                          

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Page68-73

 

 

 

A BRIEF SURVEY ON THE ORIGIN, GROWTH AND EVOLUTION OF INDIAN DRAMA IN ENGLISH
J. Christinal Grace

                                                Research Scholar                                                               

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Page74-77

 

 

 

ROCK & ROLL: A DISCOURSE OF “RETHINK” OF THE DUALISM OF THE CENTRE AND THE MARGIN

Divya Sharma

(Doctor of Philosophy in English Literature from Dept. of English, University of Jammu, India)

                                                        

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Page78-95

 

 

 

THE INTRICATE NARRATIVE STYLE OF GITA MEHTA IN THE NOVEL  A RIVER SUTRA

Ms. R. Gomathy1, Dr. J. Rajini2*, Ms. M. Manjuria3

1(Assistant Professor,Department of English,Kongu Engineering College,Perundurai, Erode – 638 052)

2*(Assistant Professor,Department of English,Kongu Engineering College,Perundurai, Erode – 638 052)

               3( Assistant Professor,Department of English,Kongu Engineering College,Perundurai, Erode – 638 052)

                                                        

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Page96-101

 

 

 

READING COMICS: A POST-COLONIAL REVIEW OF TINTIN IN THE CONGO

Dr. Sanghamitra Ganguly

(Assistant Professor, Department of English,Maheshtala College

                                       (Affiliated to the University of Calcutta)                                                      

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Page102-109

 

 

 

TEACHING ENGLISH FOR RURAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS:

  A CASE STUDY OF TELANGANA STATE

Dr. E. Brijesh

(Lecturer in English, GDC, Medak, Osmania University, Telangana State.)                                                  

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Page110-113

 

 

 

A COURSE FOR POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN

 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH

Dr Mohammed Tausif ur Rahman

(Assistant Professor, Department of English & Foreign Languages,

      Indira Gandhi National Tribal University, Amarkantak, MP, INDIA.)                                                  

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Page114-119

 

 

 

“IF I STOP WRITING, I STOP BREATHING”:

PERSONAL EXPERIENCES IN ROBERT LOWELL’S POETRY

Lovleen Kaur Baidwan

(Ph.D Research Scholar, Department of English and Cultural Studies,

                                                Panjab University,Chandigarh.)                                                 

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Page120-124

 

 

 

BLACK ARTS: THE EMERGENCE BLACK AESTHETICS

AND THE NEW IDIOMS OF ARTICULATING

THE DISSIDENT BLACK SELF

Debashree Sinha

(Ph.D Research Scholar, Department of English and

                         Cultural Studies,Delhi University,Delhi.)                                           

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Page125-132

 

 

 

DEVASTATION OF SANCTITY IN CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS:

A THEMATIC STUDY OF WHELAN’S HOMELESS BIRD

W.Sarmy

(Assistant Professor in English, Nesamony Memorial

Christian College,Marthadam,Kanniyakumari District,Tamilnadu.)

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Page133-138

 

 

 

A CRITICAL OVERVIEW OF ENGLISH RHETORIC

Dr. Yogeswari Menda

(Assistant Professor, Department of English, RGUKT, IIIT Srikakulam, S.M.Puram, A.P-532 402.)

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Page139-144

 

 

 

THE AMERICAN PROLETARIAT AND THE CHALLENGES OF THE ROARING TWENTIES: THE DEPICTIONS OF E. O’NEILL IN THE HAIRY APE

Mohammed Yassin Mohd Aba Sha’ar 1, Khalil Abdullah Abdulghaffar Abdulqader 2 , Mugahed Abdulqader Alawi Alheshami3 , NurLailaturRofiah4

1 (Research Scholar, Department of English, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, U.P India)

2(Research Scholar, Department of Linguistics, Aligarh Muslim University, Alligarh, U.P India)

3(Research Scholar, Department of English, Aligarh Muslim University, Alligarh, U.P India)

4(Lecturer, English Department. Faculty of Letters. Universitas Gresik, Gresik-East Java, Indonesia)

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Page145-152

 

 

 

 

THE VOICE OF THE VOICELESS: A SOCIOLOGICAL SCRUTINY OF THE CONDITION OF TRIBAL WOMEN ACROSS TWO CONTINENTS

K.S. Shahanaaz Kowsar1 , Dr. Sangeeta Mukherjee2

(Teaching cum Research Assistant, Department of English, School of Social Sciences and Languages, Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, India – 632014.)

(Assistant Professor (Senior), Department of English, School of Social Sciences and Languages, Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, India – 632014.

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Page153-162

 

 

 

MAHESH DATTANI’S DELINEATION OF WOMEN AS MARGINALIZED IDENTITY IN ‘BRAVELY FOUGHT THE QUEEN’

Dr. Sanjiv Kumar1*,Dr. Prakash Bhadury2

1*(Lecturer (English), Government Polytechnic Kapkot, Uttarakhand, India.)

 Email: drsanjivkumar9327@yahoo.com

2(Assistant Professor of English, Indian Institute of Petroleum & Energy (IIPE) Vishakapattanam (AP) India.)

 

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Page163-167

 

 

 

VICTIMS AND VICTIMIZERS IN MARGARET ATWOOD’S

SURFACING

       Dr.D.L.Jaisy

 (Assistant Professor of English, St.Jude’s College, Thoothoor. K.K.Dist..)

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Page168-
170

 

 

 

EFFECT OF MOTIVATION ON READING COMPREHENSION FOR SUDANESE UNIVERSITY EFL LEARNERS

Dr. Eldawo Mekki Eldawo Ahmed1*, Dr. Khalid Ibrahim Abdelrahim2

  1*( Jazan University K.S.A.)

        2(Riyad Jazan American School.)

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Page 171-
192

 

 

 

REPRESENTING HYBRIDIZED IDENTITIES AND THIRD SPACES IN THE WORKS OF BHARATI MUKHARJEE AND JHUMPA LAHIRI

Punita

(Assistant Professor, Department of English, C.R.Kisan College, Jind, Haryana.)

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Page 193-
196

 

 

 

THE CAUSES OF VERB-BASED MORPHOLOGICAL INFLECTIONS IN ENGLISH-HINDI TRANSLATION

(SHORT COMMUNICATION)

Sanjay Kumar Jha

(Director and Professor, Amity School of Languages and Liberal Arts, Amity University Gurugram, Haryana, India.)

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Page 197-
204

 

 

 

NARRATIVE STUDY OF RABA’I AL-MADHOUN’S THE LADY FROM TEL AVIV

Dr. Priti Bala Sharma

(Asst.Prof, Department of English, Amity University, Mumbai. Maharastra.)

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