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DIASPORIC TESTIMONIALS FROM AN EXCEPTIONAL HEROIN TILO’S PERSPECTIVE IN THE MISTRESS OF SPICES BY CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI MRUDULA THORAT
M.A., M.Phil. English Literature Research Scholar, SGB Amravati University, Amravati
576-580
SIGNIFICATION OF HIV/AIDS IN BABU OMAR’S KALA TUFAHA
GLADYS KINARA1 & MUINDU, P.JAPHETH2 1Department of Kiswahili and other African Languages,Kibabii University, Bungoma- KENYA 2University of Kabianga, P.O.Box 2030, KERICHO- KENYA
581-584
INEQUALITY AND MARGINALITY IN ARUNDHATHI ROY’S FICTION THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS
BANI PRASAD MALI
 M.Phil Scholar Berhempur University
585-387
MOBILE TECHNOLOGY IN LEARNING OF ENGLISH
 Dr.K.RATHIGA
Department of English MepcoSchlenk Engineering College Sivakasi
588-592
THE FEMINIST UPSURGE IN SHOBHA DE’S, "SNAPSHOTS"
Dr. DEEPA TYAGI
Assistant Professor, Department of English JSS Academy of Technical Education, Noida U.P, INDIA
593-599
KAMALA: SUBJUGATION OF WOMEN
THOKCHOM SUNANDA DEVI1, Dr. CHARU CHITRA2
 1Research Scholar, K.R.G (Govt.) P.G College, Gwalior. 2Assistant Professor,K.R.G (Govt.) P.G College, Gwalior
600-604
REVELATION OF FEMINISM BY INDO-ANGLIAN WOMEN NOVELISTS
RAKESH YADAV
Research Scholar, Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga, Bihar
605-611
"YOU WANT ME TO BE LIKE YOU, PAPA” THE DEPICTION OF 'FATHER FIGURE' IN THE POETRY OF MAMTA KALIA AND KAMALA DAS
JALPA RANA
PGT, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Gandhinagar
612-614
OSCAR WILDE – THE TRAILBLAZER
Dr. BULBUL GUPTA1, Dr. BONANI MISRA2 1Assistant Professor, Multanimal Modi College,Modinagar, Ghaziabad District,Uttar Pradesh, India 2Reader & Head, R.G.P.G. College,Meerut ,Uttar Pradesh, India
615-620
THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF STUDENTS AT NJALA UNIVERSITY KEMOH VAMUNYAH SHERIFF1 , PETER MBOH MUFFUH2, CLAUDE ALUSINE DIMOH3
1, 2,3Institute of Languages and Cultural Studies, Njala University, Sierra Leone
621-627
TEACHING GRAMMAR TO ENGINEERING STUDENTS: EXPLORING SOME GOOD PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICES
KHAMSENG BARUAH
Assistant Professor Department of English Language Teaching Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam
628-633
ENGLISH NOT ‘LIKE THE ENGLISH’: MAPPING THE NARRATIVE STYLE OF M. G. VASSANJI’S NOVELS, ESPECIALLY, THE GUNNY SACK, THE IN-BETWEEN WORLD OF VIKRAM LALL AND THE ASSASSIN’S SONG
ARUP CHANDRA DAS
UGC NET Qualified (2011) Assistant Teacher, Margram High School Margram, Murshidabad, W.B
634-640
THE EMANCIPATED WOMENIN INAGNES GREY AND IT HAPPENS FOR A REASON
SANJAY DAS
Shridhar University, Rajasthan
641-643
THE PLACE OF IMPLICATURE IN GENERATING MEANING
PRISCA GODSPOWER OCHULOR
Bingham University, Karu, Nasarawa State
644-650
A SURVEY OF THE REASONS BEHIND A LARGE PERCENTAGE ENGINEERS REMAINING UNEMPLOYED
GURMEET SODHI
Assistant Professor Jagannath International Management School, MOR Pocket 105, Kalkaji, New Delhi
651-655
DEVELOPING SPEAKING &VOCABULARY SKILLS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE
DEEPTI SINGHAL1, Dr. SHUCHI AGRAWAL2
1Research Scholar, Dept. of English, AMITY University, Noida 2Assistant Professor, AIESR, AMITY University, Noida
656-660
THE HUMAN AND THE NON-HUMAN IN PERUMAL MURUGAN’S ONE PART WOMAN
Dr M NAZIR ALI
Associate Professor of English, Kanchi Mamunivar Centre of Post Graduate Studies (Govt.), Puducherry
661-664
GLOBAL SHORTCOMINGS IN INDIAN SOCIETY DESCRIBED IN ‘THAT LONG SILENCE’.
REENA
D/o Sh Subhash, VPO Uchana Kalan, Dist: Jind, Haryana
665-667
MAGIC OF THE SPICES: ELEMENTS OF MAGIC REALISM IN CHITRA BANERJEE
DIVAKARUNI’S THE MISTRESS OF SPICES
Dr. V. SRIVIDHYA1, S. JAYASHREE AGARWAL2
1Assistant Professor of English, National College (Autonomous), Tiruchirappalli
2Assistant Professor of English, Cauvery College for Women, Tiruchirappalli
668-671
REARTICULATING SLAVE WOMEN’S HISTORY: BLACK FEMINISM IN MARGARET WALKER’S JUBILEE Prof. SIVASISH BISWAS1, ANTARA CHOUDHURY2 1Professor, Dept. of English, Assam University Diphu Campus, P.O.Diphu, Karbi-Anglong, Assam, India 2Research Scholar, Dept. of English, Assam University Diphu Campus, P.O.Diphu, Karbi-Anglong, Assam, India 672-679
TEACHING THE ‘NET GENERATION’: A PERSPECTIVE
POOJA HALYAL
Assistant Professor, Department of Studies in English, Rani Channamma University, Belagavi, Karnataka.
680-683
MISS PRYM’S PSYCHOLOGICAL JOURNEY TOWARDS CHOOSING THE RIGHT PATH
SONALI P. KHERDEKAR, ANAR R. SALUNKE Venkatesh Mahajan Senior College, Osmanabad, Maharashtra (India)
684-686
THE FEMININE VOICE: JAYA IN SHASHI DESHPANDE’S THAT LONG SILENCE
N.RADHA1, Dr.M.PREMAVATHY2
1Research Scholar, Department of English, Bharathidasan University Constituent College for Women, Orathanadu 2Research Advisor , Department of English, Bharathidasan University Constituent College for Women, Orathanadu
687-691
SHIFTING PARADIGMS OF SOCIO-CULTURAL TERRAINS IN MAHASWETA DEVI’S BASHAI TUDU AND GOPINATH MOHANTY’S PARAJA
PAWAN KUMAR
A Research scholar, Departmaen of English & MEL University of Lucknow, Lucknow
692-698
REMUNATION ON THE CONCEPTS OF THE MARXISM
REENA
D/o Sh Subhash, VPO Uchana Kalan, Dist: Jind, Haryana
699-701
ALIENATION OF WOMEN IN CAPITALIST SOCIETY: A CRITIQUE ON TEHMINA’S "MY FEUDAL LORD" FROM FEMINISTIC PERSPECTIVE
HIRA ARAIN
Institute of English Language and Literature, The University of Sindh , Jamshoro Pakistan
702-705
THE IMAGE OF AFRICANS: IN ACHEBE’S AND CONRAD’S NOVELS
BAHRELDIN HAROON GUMA ABAKER
A lecturer at English language Centre, Tabuk University
706-712
FREE AT LAST: A FEMINIST INSIGHT INTO BEYALA’S THE SUN HATH LOOKED UPON ME AND EL SAADAWI’S WOMAN AT POINT ZERO
Dr. SYLVESTER MUTUNDA
 Lecturer of African Literature, University of Zambia Lusaka - ZAMBIA
713-721
MARRIAGE: THE DELIVERANCE MYTH IN ISMAT CHUGTAI’S STORY MORSEL
GEETANJALI RATHORE
Research Scholar, Banasthali University Department of English and Modern European Languages Rajasthan
722-724
RUBRIC FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING RESEARCH
Dr. KUMARI V.R SARITHA
Assistant Professor TD Group of Institution, Rewa, Madhya Pradesh
725-731
AMITAV GHOSH AS A NOVELIST AND A BIOGRAPHER-AN ANALYTICAL STUDY
PATHLAVATH ARUNA1, VEERA SWAMY.T2 1,2Department of English, Osmania University, Hyderabad,Telangana
732-738
NARRATIVES OF MEMORY AND OBLIVION IN ROMESH GUNASEKARA’S NOONTIDE TOLL SHANTHI.P
Assistant Professor Perunthalaivar Kamarajar College of Arts Madagadipet, Puducherry
739-743

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