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1 CHALLENGING PATRIARCHY AND OTHER POWER STRUCTURES: RECONCEPTUALISING GENDER IDENTITIES IN NURUDDIN FARAH’S KNOTS
Dr. PARVATHI VUDUMULA1, ANITHA TANGELLAMUDI*2
 1Professor, Department of English, JNTUH College of Engineering, Hyderabad 2Research Scholar, Department of English, JNTUH College of Engineering, Hyderabad
1-5
1
MULK RAJ ANAND: A MAN OF EXPERIMENT
S JYOTI KUMARI
Research scholar (M.Phil. English)
Department of Humanities, University Institute of Science & Humanities Sant Baba Bhag Singh University Supervised by Dr. Dinesh Kumar Sharma
6-10
1
NOUN POSTMODIFICATION IN ENGLISH AND IGBO: IMPLICATION FOR APPLIED ENGLISH LINGUISTICS
NZEAGWU, GODWIN CHIDI
 Use of English Unit, School of General Studies Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike. Abia State. Nigeria
11-23
1

Learner’s need analysis for TOEIC syllabus design in non-major English University
LAI HOAI CHAU*1& NGUYEN LUONG TUAN DUNG2
1&2Lecturer in Ho Chi Minh CityUniversity of Natural Resources and Environment, Vietnam
24-30
1

“THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS”: AS BREATH TAKING BEAUTY
KAMALJIT KAUR
 Research Scholar (M. Phil
English)
Supervised by Dr. Dinesh Kumar Sharma Department of Humanities, University Institute of Science & Humanities Sant Baba Bhag Singh University
31-35
1
A FREUDIAN PSYCHOANALYSIS ON THE CHARACTER, OTHELLO
D.M.SALAUDDIN
B.A. (Hons.) in English Language and Literature, University of Asia Pacific, Dhaka, Bangladesh, M.A. (ongoing) in Applied Linguistics and ELT, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh

36-40
1
1 ‘WHERE IS HERE’? ECO-POETICS IN THE CANADIAN PSYCHE: NORTHROP FRYE AND MARGARET ATWOOD
 Dr POOJA JOSHI
Assistant Professor, Department of English University of Rajasthan.

41-46
1
1 EXPLORATION OF THE FEMININE VOICE IN THE NOVELS OF SHASHI DESHPANDE
VINOD KUMAR
 Ph.D. Research Scholar Department of English Chaudhary Devi Lal University Sirsa (Haryana)

47-50
1
1 FREUDIAN CONCEPT OF “NARCISSISM” IN FRANKENSTEIN AND THE HEART OF A DOG: A COMPARATIVE READING
ZAHRA HOSSEINGHOLI NOORI
Islamic Azad University, Karaj Branch Faculty of literature and Foreign Languages English Department

51-58
1
AFRICAN COMMUNITIES DISPUTE SETTLEMENT'S METHODS BEFORE THE ADVENT OF COLONIZATION
FATHERRAHMAN MOHAMED YOUSIF MOHAMED
English Department, Postgraduate College, Sudan University of Science and Technology, Sudan

59-65

1
FEMINIST STUDY IN MEENA KANDASAMY’S NOVELS “WHEN I HIT YOU: OR, A PORTRAIT OF THE WRITER AS A YOUNG WIFE” AND “THE GYPSY GODDESS”
Dr. TANU KASHYAP
Assistant Professor Grade III, Amity University, Noida

66-77

1
CORRELATION BETWEEN STUDENT’S VOCABULARY SIZE AND READING COMPREHENSION: A CASE STUDY OF JAZAN UNIVERSITY
ASMA TAHA ALHUSSIEN & Dr. MAHMOUD ALI AHMED
Sudan University of Science and Technology Sudan
 
78-85
1
 
1 RESEARCH ON COLLOSTRUCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF “GET+ADJECTIVE” BASED ON THE CORPUS OF CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN ENGLISH
TIAN DONG 1, CAIYUE LIU2*
1Professor in School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, NO 689 Road, HuaDian Street, North District, Baoding, Hebei, China Email: 2Graduate Student in School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, NO 689 Road, HuaDian Street, North District, Baoding, Hebei, China
86-95
1
 
PROJECTION OF WOMEN AS “OTHER” IN THE SELECT SHORT STORIES OF ISMAT CHUGHTAI
MD AJMAUL ANSARI
Research Scholar (PhD), Department of English , AMU, Aligarh, UP, India
96-99
1
 
DUALISM IN ANITA BROOKNER’S “LATECOMERS”
Dr. B. JANAKI
Assistant Professor of English, Kingdom University, Kingdom of Bahrain
100-103
1
 
WOMEN LIBERATION AND MARCH TOWARDS EMANCIPATION- THEIR STRUGGLE AND LIMITATIONS- A FOCUS ON NAYANTARA SAHGAL’S A DAY IN SHADOW AND A SITUATION IN DELHI
Dr. SHAILAJA SANGARABOINA
 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN ENGLISH, S R ENGINEERING COLLEGE WARANGAL-506371, TELANGANA STATE
104-107
1
 
THE DOCUMENTATION OF POSTCOLONIAL REALITY OF KENYA IN NGUGI WA THIONG’O’S SELECT NOVELS
 MD AJMAUL ANSARI
Research Scholar (PhD), Department of English Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, UP, India
108-111
1
 
IBSENITE FEMINISM IN R.K. NARAYAN’S THE DARK ROOM
Dr.E.ELIZABETH KAMALA
Associate Professor VJIT,Hyderabad Telangana State
112-115
1
 
SUBJUGATION OF WOMEN IN CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S THE PALACE OF ILLUSIONS
 Dr. S.SHANTHI
Formerly, Assistant Professor in English, PG Department of English, NGM College (AUTONOMOUS), Pollachi-642001,Tamil Nadu
116-121
1
 
THE PORTRAYAL OF THE BLACKS IN THE SHORT STORIES OF LANGSTON HUGHES – A STUDY
L.PERUMAL1, Dr. M.NATARAJAN2
 1Ph.D Research Scholar, 2Assistant Professor 1Department of English and Foreign Languages, Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu – 630 003, 2Department of English and Foreign Languages, Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu – 630 003
122-126
1
 
AN ILLUMINATING STUDY OF JOHN KEATS' SENSIBILITIES: AN INTENSE AFFINITY WITH AESTHETICISM AMIDST A DISTASTE LIFE
MD. SHAHINUR ALAM SARKER1 & MUNSHI TAUHIDUZZAMAN2
1Asstt. Professor in English, Dept. of Humanities, Khulna University of Engineering & Technology, Khulna, Bangladesh.
2Asstt. Professor in English, Dept. of Humanities, Khulna University of Engineering &Technology, Khulna, Bangladesh.
127-132
1
 
1 ENGLISH LANGUAGE: A TOOL OF HARNESSING SOFT SKILLS AND CUSTOMIZING PERFORMANCE
Dr. MITHLESH KUMAR CHAUDHARI
Ex. Assistant Professor, Department of English, GLA University
133-140
1
 
1 HUGHES’ VOYAGE FROM CHAINS TO LIBERTY
Dr. SANGITA MEHTA
Asstt. Prof., Department of Humanities (English Department) SNRL Jairam Girls College, lohar Majra, Kurukshetra
141-143
1
 
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON THE STUDENT’S ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT: INSIGHTS FROM THE FACULTY
 YASIR IQBAL
Master in English (Literature & Linguistics) Master in Education (M.Ed) Lecturer in English Literature & linguistics
144-151
1 

1 FRAMES OF POSTCOLONIAL MARGINALITY: A SUBALTERN STUDY OF ADIGA’S THE WHITE TIGER
SAKIRUL SAIKH
(Master's Complete and UGC- NET qualified) Department of English, Aligarh Muslim University (UP)
152-157
1 

1 ANALYSIS OF CULTURAL CONFLICT IN THE GUA SHA TREATMENT BASED ON INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION THEORY
WEIXUAN SHI1 , PENGYING QU2*
 1Professor in School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, NO. 689 Road, North District, Baoding, Hebei, China Email: shiweixuan3458@126.com 2Graduate Student in School of Foreign Languages, North China Electric Power University, NO. 689 Road, North District, Baoding, Hebei, China
158-163
1 

DIGITAL METAMORPHOS IN TEACHING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Dr. MANISHA DWIVEDI
Assistant professor English, College of Agriculture Ganj- Basoda Jawahar lal Nehru krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya Jabalpur.(M.P)
164-166
1 

REALISM IN CHEATAN BHAGAT FIVE POINT SOMEONE WHAT NOT TO DO AT IIT
M.S. MUTHAMIL1, R. AKILA2
1Research Advisor, Prist Deemed to be University,Thanjavur 2Research Scholar (REG NO: 1703EN3005), Department of English, Prist Deemed to be University,Thanjavur
167-170
1 

1 ANNIHILATION OF THE FEMALE SELF-A FEMINISTIC STUDY OF H.E.BATES’S STORY THE OX
TARIT PRABHA KUNDU
Teacher, Bhului S. S. Roy Vidyapith, Bankura (WB)
171-173
1 

ECHOES OF THE GRIM HORROR AND VIOLENCE IN “THE VEGETARIAN”; AN ECO – CRITICAL DISCOURSE
SNIGDHA MONDAL
 Student, University of Calcutta, W.B.,India
174-177
1 

RACE AGAINST DISCRIMINATION IN TSITSIDANGAREMBGA’S THE BOOK OF NOT
P.LINCY
 Assistant Professor Nirmala College for Women, Coimbatore
178-181
1 

1 THE SEMBLANCE BETWEEN JOHN DONNE AND VIDYAPATI AS DEVOTIONAL POETS
RAJIV KUMAR
 Research Scholar L.N. Mithila University, Darbhanga, Bihar
182-190
1 

CULTURAL CONFLICT AND ISSUES IN CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S QUEEN OF DREAMS
S.L. SATHIA SALI
(Research Scholar) Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Thirunelveli
Dr.D.L. Jaisy, Research Supervisor
191-194
1 

1 EXISTENTIAL GEAR UP THROUGH SILENCE AND REACTION IN BHAGAT'S REVOLUTION 2020
KESHAV RAJ CHALISE
 Lecturer, Nepal Sanskrit University Nepal
195-204
1 

1 DEFORMED BODIES AND POSTHUMAN ALTERITY: A FOUCAULDIAN CRITIQUE OF SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIONS IN THE IMMORTALS OF MELUHA BY AMISH TRIPATHI
 R.VIJAYKARTHIC1, S.GARRET RAJA IMMANUEL*2
1M.A IInd Year, Department of English, St.John’s College, Palayamkottai 2Assistant Professor of English,Nazareth Margoschis College, Pilliyanmanai
205-210
1 

FOREGROUNDING A FUTURISTIC VIEW OF WORLD WITH ROBOTS A STUDY OF LESTER DEL REY’S HELEN O’LOY
B.VISALI
M.A. English Literature Dr .N.G.P Arts and Science College (Autonomous) Coimbatore-641048, Tamil Nadu
211-213
1 

FEMININE SENSIBILITIES IN THE NOVELS OF MANJU KAPUR
D. REVATHI1, Dr. R. VISHALAKSHI2
1M.Phil Scholar, Prist University, Thanjavur 2Guide & Assistant Professor, Prist University, Thanjavur
214-216
1 

EFFECTS OF COLONIALISM AND WESTERN EDUCATION AND RESISTANCE TO COLONIALISM IN KENYA FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF NGUGI WATHIONG’O’S NOVEL THE RIVER BETWEEN
S.NIVEDITHA1, V.SAKTHIVEL2
1Assistant professor, Dept. of English, Madurai Sivakasi Nadars Pioneer Meenakshi Women’s college, Poovanthi 2Assistant professor, Dept. of English, RDM Govt College, Sivagangai
217-223
1 

 DIASPORIC CONSCIOUSNESS IN AMITAV GHOSH’S SEA OF POPPIES
G. KALAIYARASAN1, Dr. R. VISHALAKSHI2
1M.Phil Scholar, Department of English, Prist University, Thanjavur, 2Asst. Professor, Department of English, Prist University, Thanjavur
224-227
1 

DUKHI AND VELUTHA: A TALE OF TWO DALIT PROTAGONISTS
 GHANSHYAM KUMAR
 PhD Scholar Department of English, LNMU, Darbhanga, Bihar, India
229-233
1 

DIASPORIC CONSCIOUSNESS IN CHITHRA BANERJEE’S SISTER OF MY HEART
MUTHAMIL M.S1, S.JAYANTHI2
1Research Supervisor, PRIST Deemed to be University; Thanjavur. 2Research Scholar, PRIST Deemed to be University; Thanjavur
234-237
1 

EVADING THE POWER APPARATUS: A READING OF GOAT DAYS
SMITHA MARY SEBASTIAN
Temple Road, Nalanchira, Trivandrum
238-242
1 

PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN IN MANJU KAPUR’S DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS
MUTHAMIL M.S1, V. KAMALA2
 1Research Supervisor, PRIST Deemed to be University; Thanjavur. 2Research Scholar, PRIST Deemed to be University; Thanjavur.
243-246
1 

CLASH OF CHARACTERS IN MULK RAJ ANAND’S A PAIR OF MUSTACHIOS
Dr. NISHI SINGH
Adhyapak: Govt High School of Parsora Block: Berasiya, Dist-Bhopal (M.P.)
247-249
1 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN VIJAY TENDULKAR’S THE VULTURE
G. KALPANA
Ph.D Research Scholar in English A.V.V.M. Sri Pushpam College, Poondi
250-253
1 

1 FEMINISM IN LITERATURE
ERSAD ALI
Assistant Teacher in English, Kachra High School (H.S), Kushmandi, DakshinDinajpur, West Bengal, India
254-256
1 

“THE LOST CHILD” MULK RAJ ANAND’S MAGNUM OPUS
 Dr. NISHI SINGH
Adhyapak: Govt High School of Parsora Block: Berasiya, Dist-Bhopal (M.P.)
257-259
1 

PATRIOTISM IN THE 3 MISTAKES OF MY LIFE
Dr.R.VISHALAKSHI1, V.KEERTHIHA2
1Research Supervisor & Assistant Professor, PRIST University, Thanjavur 2M.Phil., Research Scholar, PRIST University, Thanjavur
260-262
1 

1  FEMINISTIC PERSUASION IN SHOBHA DE’S NOVELS
C. RAJESWARI1, Dr. N. GEJESWARI2
 1Guest Lecturer, Department of English. Bharathidasan University College for Women. Orathanadu, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. India. 2Assistant Professor, Department of English. Bharathidasan University College for Women. Orathanadu, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. India.
263-266
1 

 COMPUTER AIDED TRANSLATION AND TRANSLATION TEACHING
WANG JUNXUAN1, WU JIAPING2, SUNLI3
 1Student, 2Associate Professor, 3Lecturer College of Foreign Language, North China Electric Power University,China
267-273
1 

1  DEATH OF THE BODY AND REBIRTH OF THE SOUL
A. BANUPRIYA
Assisstant Professor, Department of English, VISTAS.
274-276
1 

 AN INVESTIGATION ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF GES 100 (COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS IN ENGLISH) IN THE UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT
 ISAAC TAMUNOBELEMA Ph.D1, MICHAEL ALOZIE NWALA Ph.D2
1Department of English Studies University of Port Harcourt  2Department of English Studies University of Port Harcourt
277-282
1 

 FEMINIST STUDY IN R.K.NARAYAN’S NOVELS, ‘THE GUIDE’ AND ‘THE DARK ROOM’
TAMIZHMANI1, M. SIVALINGESHWARI2
1Research Advisor, PRIST Deemed to be University, Thanjavur 2Research Scholar, Department of English, PRIST Deemed to be University, Thanjavur
283-285
1 

 TENNYSON’S QUEEN MARY: THE VICTORY OF GOOD OVER EVIL
 AYESHA ZABY
Dept.of English, G. F. College Shahjahanpur, U.P
286-290
1 

 REVERSING AS A POST-COLONIAL TECHNIQUE: A CRITICAL STUDY OF TAYEB'S SEASON OF MIGRATION TO THE NORTH
M.ELAMARAN
Assistant Professor, VISTAS, Pallavaram Chennai
291-296
1 

 A LACANIAN READING OF SELECTED POEMS BY D.H. LAWRENCE: LOVE AND DESIRE
GOLNAZ GHASEMI. M.A.
Islamic Azad University, Science & Research Branch
297-302
1 

TRUST ISSUES IN FRANKENSTEIN
D.VAIDEHI
 English faculty Vandana Degree College, Secunderabad, Telangana
303-306
1 

STRUGGLES OF LIFE IN JOHN STEINBECK’S THE GRAPES OF WRATH
 G. SENPAGAPRIYA1, S. SANTHIYA2
1Research Scholar PRIST Deemed University, Thanjavur. 2Research Supervisor PRIST Deemed University, Thanjavur
307-310
1 

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