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1 The Auxiliary in Spoken Nigerian English
Maria-Helen Ekah
Department of English University of Uyo Uyo, Nigeria
1-7
Reality of Romance and Romantics
 Dr. Ishraga Bashir Mohammed ElHassan Mahgoub
Faculty of Arts Department of English Language and Literature Al Neelain University
8-17
A VOICE OF PROTEST: EXPLORATIONS OF FEMININE SENSIBILITY IN ‘THE CROOKED LINE’ AND ‘LIHAAF’ BY ISMATCHUGHTAI
Dr. DIVYA PANDE
Associate Professor, Department of English Nari Post-Graduate College, Lucknow
18-21
A LITERARY STUDY ON HEMINGWAY’S WORKS RAFED KAWAN MOHAMMED
The College of Great Imam, Iraq
22-27
IDEOLOGY AND APPLICATION : EXPLORING RELIGION IN HABIB TANVIR’S CHARANDAS CHOR
BINDIA SHANTILAL MECWAN
 PhD Research Scholar Department of English, University School of Languages Gujarat University.
28-31
REDEMPTIVE VISIONARY IMAGING - THE USE OF THE CONCEPT BY IAN FLEMING
 Dr MOHAN GOPINATH
Professor, Department of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Alliance School of Business, Alliance University, Bangalore
32-39
WHITE MUGHALS: LOVE AND BETRAYAL IN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY INDIA BY WILLIAM DALRYMPLE
SYEDA FARHA SHAH
 Asst. Professor English MJCET, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad Telangana, India.
40-42
1 PORTRAYAL OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN IN DIANE GLANCY’S PLAY WAR CRIES
PARVEEN KAUR
Research Scholar University of Rajasthan, Jaipur (Rajasthan)
43-46
STUDY OF WEAKER SECTION IN MULK RAJ ANAND’S COOLIE
 MONISHA. J
M.Phil English Research Scholar, Rajeshwari Vedhachalam Government College, Chengalpattu
47-52
THE HISPANIC CULTURE OF KAPAMPANGAN NOVELSDURING THE AGE OF U.S. IMPERIALISM
LOIDA L. GARCIA
 Bataan Peninsula State University 2110 Dinalupihan, Bataan, Philippines
53-58
WRITING MUSIC INTO LITERATURE: MUSIC AS A METAPHOR OF IDENTITY IN JOHN EDGAR WIDEMAN’S NARRATIVES
Fortuné Azon
Université d' Abomey-Calavi, Benin
59-72
1 THE IDEA OF DISPLACEMENT IN JHUMPA LAHIRI’S “INTERPRETER OF MALADIES” WITH REFERENCE TO “WHEN MR. PIRZADA CAME TO DINE”, “INTERPRETER OF MALADIES” & “MRS. SEN’S”
PUJA GHOSH
Assistant Professor (Contractual), B.H College, Howly, Assam
73-76
GIRLS’ EDUCATION IN A PATRIARCHAL WAR-PERIOD SOCIETY; AN ANALYSIS OF THE BOOK OF NOT BY TSITSI DANGAREMBGA
Koffi Jérôme KRA
Université de Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire
77-87
SIN AND SPIRITUALITY IN THE SELECTED NOVELS OF GRAHAM GREENE
SUNIL PATHAK1, Dr. RAHMAT JAHAN2
 1Research Scholar, P. G. Department of English, Magadh University, Bodh-Gaya. 2Prof & Head, P. G. Department of English, Magadh University,Bodh-Gaya
88-92
POSITION OF ENGLISH AND ENHANCING WRITING SKILLS IN HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS
 APARNA.S1, Dr. PALLE.APARNA2
1Research Scholar, 2HOD, Dept of H & Sci JNTUH, Hyderabad
93-98
1 THE EXPANSION OF INDIA: A PERSPECTIVE OF SRI AUROBINDO
 APARNA SINGH
Research Student, Department of English,D.D.U.G.U. Gorakh
99-103
MYTH AND ARCHETYPAL ELEMENTS IN FEMALE EXPERIENCE IN MARGARET ATWOOD’S SURFACING AND THE PENELOPIAD
R. DHANAPPRIYA*1, Dr. J. UMA SAMUNDEESWARI2
1Research scholar, 2Assistant Professor & Research Advisor A.V.V.M Sri Pushpam College(Autonomous), Poondi, Thanjavur
104-107
FICTIONAL REALISM VERSUS MAGIC REALISM : A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SALMAN RUSHDIE’S MIDNIGHTS CHILDREN AND RAJA RAO’S KANTHAPURA
 FAHEEM UL HAQ
Assistant Lecturer, GDC Bemina ,Srinagar
108-111
IMPROVING SPEAKING SKILL: IMPLICATIONS FOR USING DEBATABLE TOPICS IN ENGLISH SPEAKING CLASSES
Nasser Omer M. Al-Tamimi
Associate Professor, Hadhramout University- College of Education- Seiyun
112-123
AUTO BIOGRAPHICAL ELEMENTS IN THE SELECT NOVELS OF BHARATI MUKHERJEE Saranya P1 , Dr. R. Lakshmi2
 1Research Scholar , 2Research Supervisor Veltech Dr RR & Dr SR University, Chennai, India
124-127
1 LOVE AND MARRIAGE IN, ‘JUDE THE OBSCURE’ A LINK OF DIFFERENT MEANING
GH MOHD MALIK
Lecturer English Government Degree College Sogam, Kupwara, Kashmir
128-131
1 Smart interactive whiteboardsand Their Role in Developing EFL/ESL Learners’ Writing Skills FAWZIA ABUGELA SALEM ALBAWE
Research Scholar, Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences, Allahabad, U.P, India
132-141
POET’S MUSES ON NATURE: IN TINTERN ABBEY
NEELALA HARISH
Assistant Professor in English SR Engineering College, Hanumakonda
142-143
Significance of the Bride-chamber Practice as a Traditional Way of Educating and Integrating the Bride into Some Dagara Communities of Ghana,the Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso
Balica Braimah1, Millicent Yengkangyi2 1Languages and Liberal Studies Department, Tamale Technical University,Ghana Email: balica10@yahoo.com 2Liberal Studies Department, Kumasi Technical University,Ghana
144-151
NEGOTIATING FEMININITY WITH MASCULINITY IN WATER CRISIS: AN ECOFEMINIST PERUSAL OF SARAH JOSEPH’S GIFT IN GREEN
ASHISH KUMAR SRIVASTAVA
Research Scholar, Dept. of English, D.D.U. Gorakhpur University Gorakhpur
152-155
“IL BUON Tempo Verra”: Percy Bysshe Shelley and the Millennial Future.
George EWANE NGIDE (PhD)
 Senior Lecturer, Department of English, University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon
156-171
CONFLICTSOFCULTURALVALUESREFLECTEDINJHUMPA LAHIRI’S THE NAMESAKE, UNACCUSTOMED EARTH AND THE LOW LAND: A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF LITERATURE
SAHELEH KHEIRABADI
Research Scholar of English Department Bharati Vidyapeth University, Pune
172-175
CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF ROBERT FROST’S POEM: THE ROAD NOT TAKEN
V.RADHIKA1, SYEDA JUVERIA QADRI2 1,2Assistant professor in English, Dr.K.V.Subbareddy Engineering College for Women, Dupadu, Kurnool
176-178
1 TEST PREFERENCES OF UNIVERSITY SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN VARIOUS EXAMINATIONS
JOSEPH AGBUYA VILLARAMA
Instructor I, University Science High School, College of Education, Central Luzon State University, Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines
179-182
EFFECTIVENESS OF FOCUS ON FORM INSTRUCTION ON LEARNING AUXILIARIES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AMONG STANDARD VIII STUDENTS IN KERALA
Dr. NOORA ABDUL KADER1, Dr. P. USHA2 1Assistant Professor,Department of Education, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, UP 2Professor, Department of Education, University of Calicut, Kerala
183-188
1 COMBATING RACE AND GENDER: DIASPORIC WRITERS IN CANADA
Dr. PARUL SINGH
Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering, University of Lucknow, Lucknow
189-195
DIASPORIC REBIRTH: HYBRIDITY, TRANSNATIONALITY AND MULTICULTURALISM IN MICHAEL ONDAATJE’S THE CAT’S TABLE
PABITRA BHARALI1, Dr. BISHNU CHARAN DASH2
1Assistant Professor, Department of English, Digboi College, Digboi, Assam, India. 2Associate Professor, Department of English, Assam University, Diphu Campus, Assam, India
196-202
1 MARGINALISED HISTORY TAKING REFUGE IN FICTION A STUDY OF AMITAV GHOSH’S THE HUNGRY TIDE
 BANDARI SUVARNA
 Assistant Professor of English, Government Degree College, Warangal, Warangal, Telangana
203-207
1 THE CONFLICT BETWEEN THE EAST & WEST IN THE ILIAD: A TRUE HISTORY OF TROJAN WAR
ARMAN HOSSAIN*1, NASRIN AKTHER2
 1Lecturer, Department of English, Southern University Bangladesh 739/A Mehedibag Road, Chittagong-4000,Bangladesh  2Research Student, International Islamic University, Chittagong
208-214
ANIMALS AS HUMANS: PSYCHOLOGICAL REASONS OF USING ANIMAL CHARACTERS IN CHILDREN’S BOOKS
Dr. MADHU SHARAMA
 Ph.D in Children’s Literature, Department of English, University of Jammu
215-220
1 DEPICTION OF SURVIVAL SEX IN JAYANTA MAHAPATRA’S POEM “HUNGER”
DHANISHA K.S.
 Guest Lecturer, Department of English, Sacred Heart College, Chalakudy, Kerala, India
221-224
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