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THE ROLE OF EMOTIONS IN CRIMES- A STUDY ON ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE’S STORIES
Dr.V.SEKHAR1, S.MAHESWARI2
1Associate Professor, National College, Trichy, Tamil Nadu 2Research Scholar, National College, Trichy, Tamil Nadu
1-5
TEACHING ENGLISH POETRY IN FACULTIES OF EDUCATION, HODEIDAH UNIVERSITY, YEMEN: OUT DATED SYLLABI AND METHODS
GHALIB AHMED YUSEF1, ABDU MOHAMMED HAJ2, MANMATHA KUNDU3, GEETA SATPATHY4
1 Ph. D candidate in English Language Studies at KIIT University, India & Faculty member, Department of English, Hodeidah University, Yemen.
6-14
POST COLONIALISM AND FEMINISM IN MARGARET ATWOOD’S THE EDIBLE WOMAN
 Dr. DISHA MADAN
PG Department of Studies in English Nehru College & PG Centre, Hubli, Karnataka

15-19
ASSESSING THE LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY OF THE STUDENTS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT COURSES 101-102 OF HODEIDAH UNIVERSITY, YEMEN
ABDU MOHAMMED HAJ1, GHALIB AHMED YUSEF2, MANMATHA KUNDU3, GEETASATPATHY4
1 Ph. D candidate in English Language Studies at KIIT University, India & Faculty member, Department of English, Hodeidah University, Yemen.
20-32
ECO-CONSCIOUSNESS: AN INDICTMENT OF EXPLOITATION IN GOGU SHYAMALA’S FATHER MAY BE AN ELEPHANT AND MOTHER ONLY A SMALL BASKET, BUT..
S.ODELU KUMAR1, Prof. PRETTI R KUMAR2
 1Doctoral Research Scholar , Center for Languages and Translation Studies , Potti Sreeramulu Telugu University,Hyderabad, and Asst.Prof. of English,Government Degree College, Mahabubabad, Warangal (TS) 2Director, Center for Languages and Translation Studies, Potti Sreeramulu Telugu University, Hyderabad (TS)
33-37
INTERPLAY OF VOICES IN ANITA DESAI’S NOVEL VOICES IN THE CITY: A STUDY IN THE LIGHT OF BAKHTIN’S POLYPHONY, HETEROGLOSSIA AND DIALOGISM
RAMA CHOWDHURY
 Assistant Professor, B.B. M. College, Agartala
38-46
TARGET CULTURE TEACHING IN THE ENGLISH AS A SECOND/FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSROOM
HAJAMOHIDEEN BIN MOHAMED ALI1, SHAMIMAHBINTIHAJA MOHIDEEN2
1International Islamic University Malaysia, 2KolejUniversiti Islam Sultan Azlan Shah
47-53
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE REAL LIFE WOMAN AND THE FICTIONAL WOMAN
PETER M. MUFFUH, PHILIP Y. THULLA, SAMUEL M. B. SENESIE

 Institute of Languages and Cultural Studies (INSLACS), Njala University, Sierra Leone
54-74
POWER IS EVERYWHERE: AN ECOLOGICAL READING ON FOUCAULT’S "NOTION OF POWER"
RESHMI P.A.
M.Phil. English Language and Literature Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Kochi.
75-79
UPAMANYU CHATTERJEE DECONSTRUCTED
Dr. NIDHI NEMA
 D-102/11, Shivaji Nagar, Bhopal, MP,India
80-85
MARITAL DISHARMONY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATION-A PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN CHARACTERS IN ANITA DESAI’S "BYE-BYE BLACKBIRD" AND BHARATI MUKHERJEE’S "WIFE"
K.JAYA
 Assistant professor, Department of English SVS College of Engineering, Coimbatore
86-89
CHRONOTOPIC ANALYSIS IN LORRAINE HANSBERRY’S "THE DRINKING GOURD"
Dr. V. SANGEETHA
Assistant Professor of English Dhirajlal Gandhi College of Technology Salem
90-95
THINK PAIR AND COLLABORATIVE LEARNING STRATEGY
Dr. B. NAGAMANI
Associate Professor of English Geetanjali College of Engineering & Technology Cheeryala, Keesara, Hyderabad
96-99
CHILD ABUSE IN JUDITH GUEST’S SECOND HEAVEN RADHAKRISHNAN C1, Dr.OLIVE THAMBI2
1Research Scholar, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore . 2Assistant Professor, Dept. of English, LRG Govt. Arts College for Women, Tirupur
100-103
BAMA’S SANGATI: A DALIT FEMINIST STUDY
Dr UTTAM B SONKAMBLE
 Depatment of English, SMRK BK AK MahilaMahavidyalaya Nasik , Maharashtra
104-109
THE COGNITIVE VALUE OF THE PLAYS OF CHEKHOV B.SUCHARITA
Associate Professor & Head Dept of English Pachaiyappa's College, Chennai
110-112
A COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF THREE ENGLISH-FARSI MACHINE TRANSLATORS
NADEREH SHABANI
 Official Translator of the Iranian Judiciary Former Editor-In-Chief of English News, Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA)
113-119
DETERIORATED ETHICS IN SALMAN RUSHDIE’S SHAME, CARYL PHILLIPS’S FOREIGNERS AND GRAHAM GREENE’S THE END OF THE AFFAIR
DHAFAR RAHEEM ABED ALSHEMARY
M.A student at Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
120-127
IDIOSYNCRASIES OF PROBLEM PLAY IN WOLE SOYINKA’S ‘THE SWAMP DWELLERS’
Dr. M. VISHNUPRIYA
Dept. of H&S Srinivasa Ramanujan Institute of Technology Ananthapuramu Andhra Pradesh
128-131
CENTER PERIPHERAL DICHOTOMY AS DELINEATED IN MAHASWETA DEVI’S "DRAUPADI"
AROCKIA ANTO ANITA. S
Lecturer in English, Govt. Arts College for Women, Sivaganga
132-136
ANTHROPOMORPHIC DUALITY: THE INCARNATION OF NATURE AND MAN IN MARGARET ATWOOD’S ORYX AND CRAKE
DHAFAR RAHEEM ABED ALSHEMARY
M.A student at Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
137-145
"EREWHON"-THE ULTIMATE VICTORIAN SATIRE
Dr. NIVEDITA LAL
 Associate Professor (English ) Department of Applied Sciences, I.T.M., Gida, Gorakhpur(U.P)
146-148
CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S NOVELS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF FEMINIST THEORIES
Dr.RATNA RAO
Assistant Professor Calorx Teachers’ University
149-156

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