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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE, LITERATURE AND TRANSLATION STUDIES  (IJELR)  is a quarterly, Indexed, Refereed and Peer Reviewed Open Access & Printed Journal (Published in March, June, Sept, and December) devoted to the critical and scholarly study of the new and the established Language, literatures in English around the world in its various manifestations as International English Literature, Postcolonial Literatures, Commonwealth Literature, New Literatures in English, and World Writing in English. It welcomes articles on the relationships among the new literatures and between the new and the established literatures.

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Journal Key Words: Englsh Literature Journal, Print Journal, Linguistics Journal, Translation Journal, Indian English Literature Journal, Online English Journal, Indexed journal, English Language Journal, English Journal With Impact Factor

NOTE: The submission must not have been previously published, nor should it be under consideration for publication elsewhere. We also have a strict policy against plagiarism. The plagiarism is checked through two methods: reviewer check and plagiarism prevention tool. All submissions will be checked by online software before being sent to reviewers. Editor in Chief having the right to publish or reject the article in pre or post publication

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    ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY WRITING EFFECTIVENESS STRATEGIES ON ENHANCING EFL LEARNERS CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
    (A CASE STUDY: AT SUDAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, THIRD YEAR)
    Dr.MOHAMMED ELSAWI ELSAFI IBRAHIM
    King Khalid University, Faculty of Arts and Science, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Ministry of Education
    229-238
    1
    1 ADAPTATION OF ‘RAU’ IN SANJAY LEELA BANSALI’S BAJIRAO MASTANI
    Dr. DESHMUKH NANDA C
    Associate Professor, Department of English, Deogiri College,
    Aurangabad, State-Maharashtra, India.
    239-243
    1
    NARRATIVE TECHNIQUES IN EUDORA WELTY’S “THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM”
    Dr.B.V.V.PADMAVATHI
    Assistant Professor
    VR Siddhartha Engineering College, Kanuru, Vijayawada
    244-248
    1
    THE GOOD EARTH: THE REPRESENTATION OF CHINESE FARMERS IN PRE-REVOLUTIONARY CHINA BY PEARL S BUCK
    AMBRI SHUKLA1, Dr. SHUCHI SRIVASTAVA2
    1Research Scholar, 2Associate Professor
    Humanities and Social Sciences, NIT, Bhopal
    249-252
    1
    1 CONCEPT OF IDENTITY AND CULTURAL DIFFERENCE IN INDIAN DIASPORA WRITING
    P.BASHEER KHAN
    Adhoc Lecturer, JNTUA College of Engineering
    Kalikiri, Andhra Pradesh, India
    253-254
    1
    HOW FAR ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY WRITING HELP DEVELOP LEANERS' CRITICAL THINKING
    (A CASE STUDY: SUDAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, EDUCATION COLLEGE, THIRD YEAR)
    Dr. MOHAMMED ELSAWI ELSAFI IBRAHIM
    King Khalid University, Faculty of Arts and Science, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Ministry of Education
    255-262
    1
    ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN THE SHORTER FICTION OF RUSKIN BOND
    VLVN NARENDRA KUMAR
    Government Polytechnic, Atmakur, SPSR Nellore Dt.,Andhra Pradesh , India.
    263-266
    1
    CULTURAL CONTEXT IN THE NOVELS OF ARUNDHATI ROY
    Dr. RUCHITA GOEL
    Assistant Professor, Department of English,
    D.A.V. College Muzaffarnagar
    267-269
    1
    IMPACT OF EXTENSIVE READING HABITS ON THE READING COMPREHENSION IN ENGLISH AMONG THE FIRST YEAR PRE-UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
    MAREENA SEEMA SEQUEIRA1, Dr LOURDUSAMI2
    1Research Scholar, Rayalaseema University, Kurnool (A.P.),INDIA Email: seemaseq@gmail.com
    2Dean & Head, P.G. Department of English, St Aloysius College, Mangalore, Karnaraka
    270-276
    1
    1 THE POLYPHONIC RECURRENCE OF HISTORY AND FANTASY IN SALMAN RUSHDIE’S THE ENCHANTRESS OF FLORENCE
    LIJI AUGUSTINE
    Assistant professor, Department of English, T M Jacob Memorial Government College, Manimalakunnu, Kerala, India & PhD Research Scholar
    277-280
    1
    COHERENCE AND COHESION IN AN EFL ESSAY OF A GRADUATE STUDENT
    TANS FELIKS
    Graduate English Education Department, Nusa Cendana University, Kupang, Inodnesia
    281-292
    1
    QUEER THEORY: ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT
    SHUCHI GUPTA
    Department of English and Modern European Languages
    University of Lucknow
    293-298
    1
    1 CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF NARRATIVE MODES IN AMA ATA AIDDO’S TWO SHORT STORIES: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH
    ALEM SITOT GETANEH
    Lecturer, Department of English Language and Literature, Bule Hora University, Ethiopia
    299-309
    1
    2 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INPUT HYPOTHESIS IN ENHANCING ORAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE: A STUDY
    SREE MAYA1, J. AUNGSTON2
    1Assistant Professor of English, Loyola Institute of Technology, Chennai.
    2Assistant Professor of English, DMI College of Engineering, Chennai.
    310-312
    1
    DEATH-BED IN FAULKNER’S FICTION: REFERENCE TO DONALD MAHON AND ADDIE BUNDREN
    Dr. VIBHA MANOJ SHARMA
    Assistant Professor, Dept of English, Swami Shraddanand College, University of Delhi, Alipur, Delhi, India
    313-320
    1
    EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT KNOWLEDGE AND CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION
    YANG-HUA PENG1, KAIWEI YAN2
    1School of Foreign Languages, Chengdu College of Arts and Sciences, Sichuan Chengdu 610401,China
    2School of Foreign Languages, China West Normal University, Sichuan Nanchong, 637002 China
    321-324
    1
    1 THE ROAD NOT TAKEN : THE SPIRIT OF COUNTERCULTURE IN ON THE ROAD AND FIGHT CLUB
    A.HARISANKAR
    Student of M.A English Literature at St Thomas College, Palai, Cleared UGC NET
    325-331
    1
    MEMORY, HARRY POTTER AND THE HOLOCAUST
    ANJALY FRANCIS
    Stella Maris College Chennai
    332-336
    1
    TRANSLATION AND CULTURE: THE INDIAN PERSPECTIVE
    Dr. NANDA SILIMA
    Director, International Division, Block 15 (K) 2nd Floor, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi
    337-341
    1
    1 CONFRONTING THE CONVENTION: AN EXPLORATION OF REDEFINING THE SELF IN THE SELECT SHORT STORIES OF KATHERINE ANNE PORTER
    Dr. ANITHA B
    Assistant Professor and Head
    Postgraduate Department of English
    Nirmala College for Women (Autonomous)
    Red Fields, Coimbatore
    342-345
    1
    2 THE PROBLEMS OF LEARNING ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE FOR THE ASSIR REGION OF SAUDI ARABIAN ENGLISH STUDENTS: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY
    AFIFABANO1, NAHED MOHAMMED AHMED2
    1,2Lecturer, Department of English, College of Sciences and Arts for Girls Al Namas Campus,
    English Department, University of Bisha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    346-356
    1
    INVESTIGATING THE OPTIMAL TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR MEDICAL TERMINOLOGIES IN THE FACULTIES OF MEDICINE IN SUDAN
    KHALDA OSMAN
    Department of English Language, College of Languages,
    Sudan University for Science and Technology (SUST)
    357-363
    1
    A RE-EXAMINATION OF MILAN KUNDERA’S IMMORTALITY
    A.KARTHIKA UNNITHAN
    Pallikudath House, Puranattukara P.O.,Thrissur
    364-366
    1
    FELONIOUSNESS AND SOCIETY: THE EXPRESSION OF THE SELFISH “I” VS THE COMMUNAL “WE” IN NGUGI WA THIONG’O A GRAIN OF WHEAT AND ALEX LA GUMA’S A WALK IN THE NIGHT
    Dr.Abib SENE
    Department of Anglophone Studies
    Cheikh Anta Diop University
    367-376
    1
    ASPECTS OF CAMPUS NOVEL IN SATYAJIT SARNA’S THE ANGEL’S SHARE
    ANNAPURNA SHARMA
    Research Scholar, Dept. of English
    Jai Naraian Vyas University, Jodhpur
    377-380
    1
    THE REPRESENTATION OF WORLD WAR ONE IN LITERATURE:
    A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TWO NOVELS
    SHREYOSEE DASGUPTA
    M.A. English
    381-393
    1
    IMPROVING THE LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS AMONGEST THE STUDENTS OF GOVERNMENT COLLEGES IN TELANGANA
    K. VEENA
    Department of English, PG College, Secunderabad, Telangana
    394-398
    1
    1 BURNING BRIGHT, A REALISTIC THOUGH ABSURD EXPRESSION
    Dr. VIBHA MANOJ SHARMA
    Assistant Professor, Dept of English, Swami Shraddhanand College, University of Delhi, Alipur, Delhi, India
    399-404
    1
    1 HENRY JAMES’S VISION OF AMERICAN WOMAN
    Dr.RAJIVA RANJAN
    Professor in English
    405-407
    1
    2 COLOR JETTING; AN INCONSOLABLE PREDICAMENT IN AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY THROUGH TONI MORRISON NOVEL THE BLUEST EYE
    PILER ATHAHAR
    PhD Research Scholar, Sri Padmavathi Mahila Visvavidyalayam, Tirupati
    & Assistant Professor, Madanapalle Institute Technology and Science, Madanapalle
    408-410
    1
    3 FEMALE SAUDI EFL LEARNERS PERCEPTION ABOUT IMPROVING READING SKILLS THROUGH MOBILE TECHNOLOGY: A CASE STUDY OF QASSIM UNIVERSITY
    Enas Abdelwahab Eltom RahmtAllah
    Assistant Professor in Curriculum and Instruction of English Language.
    Department of English Language, Unaizah College of Science and Arts, Qassim University.
    411-417
    1
    FREE WILL, THE UNIVERSE OF ACCIDENTS, IRONY, CHRONO-SYNCLASTIC INFUNDIBULUMISM, AND NIHILISM IN KURT VONNEGUT’S THE SIRENS OF TITAN
    Jihun Yoo
    English Instructor, Kookmin University-Seoul, South Korea
    418-423
    1
    4 DYSTOPIAN IMAGINATION: A COMPARATIVE CRITIQUE
    OF MARGARET ATWOOD’S THE HANDMAID’S TALE AND ALDOUS HUXLEY’S BRAVE NEW WORLD
    Dr. POOJA DULTA
    Assistant Professor, Department of English, LBSGovt. Degree College Saraswatinagar H.P.
    424-427
    1
    6 WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH, ONLY THE TOUGH WILL GET GOING:
    A STUDY OF LOSS AND REDEMPTION IN KIRAN DESAI’S THE INHERITANCE OF LOSS
    Dr. K. THANGARAJ
    Assistant Professor of English
    Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU), Anbil Dharmalingam Agricultural College & Research Institute, Tiruchirappalli
    428-432
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    Country of Publication: India                                                                                                     Established : 2014
    Publisher: KY Publications. India
    Frequency: Quarterly
    Publication Dates: March, June, Sept, and December
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    Scope :English Literature, ELT, Translational Studies,Linguistics, etc.,
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