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Research Journal of English Language and Literature (RJELAL) an International Journal open access print and online, indexed, peer reviewed and refereed  journal that provides rapid publication (quarterly) of articles in all areas Related to English Language and Literature, Linguistics of the subject. Philosophy of RJELAL guides it to map new frontiers in emerging and developing areas in research, Teaching, industry and governance as well as to link with centers of excellence worldwide to stimulate young minds for creating knowledge based community

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STUDY OF SPEECH-ACTS IN THE FOREIGNER
Dr. RASHI SAXENA
RKGEC, Ghaziabad
497-505
SHASHI DESHPANDE’S SMALL REMEDIES:A SAGA OF FEMINISTIC CONCERNS
Dr.NEELAM BHARDWAJ
Assistant Professor S.C.D. Govt. College, Ludhiana
506-509
IDENTITY CRISIS AND MULTICULTURALISM IN THE FICTIONS OF ZADIE SMITH
M.A.THASLEEMA1, Dr.A.MOHAMED MOHIDEEN2
1Assistant Professor & Ph.D Part time Research Scholar, 2Head & Associate Professor, PG & Research Department of English, Khadir Mohideen College (Govt.Aided), (Affiliated to Bharathidasan University), Adirampattinam,Thanjavur (Dt.) Tamil Nadu, India
510-514
‘CASTE’ – A CATARACT OF OUR SOCIETY IN AMITVA GHOSH’S SEA OF POPPIES
Dr.SUMATHY K. SWAMY1, G.YOUVENIYA2
1Associate Professor, 2Ph.D. Scholar
Department of English, P.S.G.R. Krishnammal College for Women
Coimbatore
515-518
THE DICHOTOMOUS NATURE OF THE HUMAN MIND IN THE SHORT STORIES OF AMBROSE BIERCE - A STUDY IN PHILOSOPHY AS WELL AS PSYCHOLOGY
MOHANA GOVINDARAJAN1, VENKATARAMAN R2
1Research Scholar, Department of English, SCSVMV University, Enathur, Kanchipuram, TamilNadu, India
2Professor of English, Formerly Head, Department of English, SCSVMV University, Enathur, Kanchipuram,
Tamil Nadu, India
519-523
GENDER EMPATHY IN KAMALA MARKANDAYA’S NECTAR IN A SIEVE
Dr.S.GAYATHRI
Assistant Professor of English
EMG Yadava Women’s College, Madurai, Tamilnadu
524-528
DISCOVERING ONESELF THROUGH ART: CONCEPT OF GOODNESS IN MURDOCH’S
"THE GOOD APPRENTICE"
MANJU JANGID
PhD Research Scholar, Department of English
Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner, Rajasthan
529-536
CONFESSING TO HER MULTIPLE LIVES:
THE POETRY OF ANNE SEXTON (1928 – 1974)
DEBSRUTI BASU
The Department of English, Postgraduate Studies, Shri Shikshayatan College
537-539
DEMYSTIFYING THE TRADITIONAL MYTHS: A CRITICAL INSIGHT INTO GITHA HARIHARAN’S THE THOUSAND FACES OF NIGHT
NARESH KUMAR
Assistant Professor of English, K.M.Govt. College, Narwana
540-544
SAMUEL SELVON AS A POSTCOLONIAL NOVELIST
Dr. GURUPRASAD S Y
Research Scholar, Department of Studies in English,
University of Mysore, Mysuru, Karnataka, India
545-551
INCHING TOWARDS FREEDOM: FANNY’S ORDINATION AT MANSFIELD PARK
Dr. DIVYA JOSHI
552-555
SILENT UPROAR IN "THAT LONG SILENCE"
VANDANA KAUSHIK
Jind
556-557
MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF VERB-PHRASE IN ENGLISH TEACHING
RAVINDRA
Department of English
SVRM College (Autonomous), Nagaram, Andhra Pradesh, India
558-564
CONTEMPORARY INDIAN ENGLISH LITERATURE: NURTURING NATIVE SENSIBILITY WITH LINGUISTIC ADAPTATIONS
NITIKA
Assistant Professor, Department of English Government College Hisar, Haryana, India
565-568
FROM BEING TO BECOMING: A STUDY OF WILLIAM GOLDING’S "FREE FALL"
HITESH GOYAL
Assistant Professor (English) Govt. Ripudaman College, Nabha
569-573
UNRAVELLING JUVENILE PSYCHE: A COMPARITIVE STUDY OF
R.K. NARAYAN’S "SWAMI" AND MARK TWAIN’S "TOM SAWYER"
ASWATHY CHERIYAN
574-577
THE PROTESTING LENS: ELEMENTS OF THIRD CINEMA IN ABBAS KIAROSTAMI’S TEN
VIDYA S
PhD Research Scholar, University of Kerala Thiruvananthapuram
578-581
ROLE OF WATER IN EERAM, THE TAMIL MOVIE: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS IN THE ECO-CRITICAL PERSPECTIVE
Dr. B JANAKI
Assistant Professor of English Kingdom University, Kingdom of Bahrain
582-585
FRUSTRATION, HONOR AND DEATH IN THE TRILOGY OF FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA
 BINDIYA RAHI SINGH
JRF Research Scholar Guest Assistant Professor
586-592
ROBERT BRIDGES : VICTORIAN SINGER OF LOVE AND JOY
SYED MUSAVVIR HUSAIN RIZVI
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Gandhi Faiz-e-aam College.
Shahjahanpur
593-596
GENRES OF CHILDREN’S LITERATURE
CHARU VAID
Research Scholar, University of Lucknow
597-602
VEIL : EPITOME OF FEMININE MODESTY OR SYMBOL OF OPPRESSION
FATIMA SAHRISH1 , Dr. NAILA AHMAD2
1Research Scholar, 2Assistant Professor, Department of English, Integral University, Lucknow
603-606
EMILY DICKINSON’S CONCEPT OF LIFE AS PILGRIMAGE
JOBY THOMAS CHIRAYATH
Research Student, Barkatullah University, Bhopal
607-613
THOMAS HARDY’S TREATMENT OF NATURE: HIS ORIGINALITY Dr. NITU SRIVASTAVA 614-617
EXPLODING THE CENTER: A DECONSTRUCTIVE READING OF ANDREW MARVELL’S "TO HIS COY MISTRESS"
KHANAL, KAMAL KRISHNA
Associate Professor Birendra Multiple Campus (T.U.), Chitwan, Nepal
618-624
UNCONSCIOUSNESS LOOMING OVER CONSCIOUSNESS
IN 'THAT LONG SILENCE'
VANDANA KAUSHIK
Jind
625-627
THE ROLE OF IMAGERY IN SHAKESPEAREAN TRAGEDY: A STUDY THROUGH THE
SELECTED TEXTS OF KING LEAR AND HAMLET
RAUJLINE SIRAJ FARJINA AKHTAR
Research Scholar, Department of EFL
Tezpur University
628-632
STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL IN GOPINATH MOHANTY’S “TADAPA,” AND “THE ANTS” AND THE ANCESTOR.
Dr.RUCHIKA CHAUHAN
Sr . Lecturer, Applied Sciences nd Humanities. ,Govt. Polytechnicfor Women, Kandaghat, Distt. Solan. Himachal Pradesh
633-642
POSTCOLONIAL PRAXES: NGUGI’S WEEP, NOT CHILD
INTURI KESAVA RAO
LECTURER IN ENGLISH V.S.R. & N.V. R. COLLEGE, TENALI
643-646
COMMON ERRORS IN ENGLISH RELATIVE CLAUSE COMMITTED BY SAUDI LEARNERS OF ENGLISH
(A case study in the College of Science and Arts in Wadi Alddwaser)
Dr. AHMED M. G. AL-KADASI
647-655
MIMICRY, AMBIVALENCE AND HYBRIDITY: A POSTCOLONIAL READING OF INDIRA GOSWAMI’S THE BRONZE SWORD OF THENGPHAKHRI TEHSILDAR
ARLENE DAIMARI1, HUNJILI KATHARPI2
1M.Phil. Research Scholar, Department of English Assam University, Diphu Campus
2Assistant Professor, Department o f English B.H.College, Howly
656-660
PERCEPTIONS OF PERSONALITY FACTORS IN LANGUAGE EDUCATION: CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
HAJA MOHIDEEN BIN MOHAMED ALI
International Islamic University Malaysia
661-666
EXPLORING THE PERSPECTIVES OF CULTURAL ECOLOGY AND ECO-THEOLOGY: AN ECO-FEMINIST INTERPRETATION OF TONI MORRISON’S SELECT NOVELS
Dr.S.KARTHIKA
Assistant Professor of English Sri Parasakthi College for Women Courtallam, Tamil Nadu
667-672
THE CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF THE AMBIGUITY OF ENGLISH AND CHINESE SENTENCE FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE TG GRAMMAR
XUE RUI
School of English, Beijing International Studies University, 1 Dingfuzhuangnanli, Beijing, 100024, China.
673-678
ARUN JOSHI’S NOVELS: SHADOWS OF HIS TIMES
Dr. SHIVALI SINGH1, Dr. RAVINDRA KUMAR SINGH2
Asstt. Professor & Head , Department of English, IFTM University, Moradabad
2Assistant Professor, Department of English, K.K. (P.G.) College, Etawah
679-685
CONCEPT OF MOTHERHOOD IN ALICE WALKER’S "THE COLOR PURPLE" AND TONI MORRISON’S "BELOVED"
NITESH
Jind
686-688
READING OF FABLES IN INDIAN CLASSROOMS: A SURVEY
ANURADHA SHARMA
Assistant professor Ch bansi lal university, Bhiwani, Haryana
689-694
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