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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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CONFESSION, SACRIFICE, AND OBEDIENCE IN “NITYA””: THE LANGUAGE WHICH NEVER FORGIVES THE GOD
Dr SANDEEP SHARMA
Assistant Professor in English GC Rampur, Himachal Pradesh
1-3
1
TREATMENT OF TIME AND LOVE IN SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS
RAKESH YADAV
Research Scholar Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbanga, Bihar.
4-11
1
TONI MORRISON’S THE BLUEST EYE: A POSTMODERN RENDERING
RAFAQUAT RAJA
Research Scholar (PhD) Department of English, Aligarh Muslim University
12-15
1
CONSTRUCTED IDENTITY AND DESIRE FOR FREEDOM: A STUDY OF TREATMENT OF MARRIAGE AND SEX IN KAMALA DAS’S MY STORY
AMBIKA SHARMA
Research Scholar Department of English and Cultural Studies Panjab University, Chandigarh, India.
16-19
1
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON ART OF FICTION BY HENRY JAMES
Dr. RAJIVA RANJAN
Professor in English
20-25
1
REPRESENTATION OF HARMONIOUS RELATION BETWEEN MAN AND NATURE IN THE ABHIGYANANASHAKUNTALAM
 ASWATHY CHERIYAN
26-28
1
REVIVAL OF THE SUBORDINATED GENDER: AN ECOFEMINIST READING OF KUNJIMATHU IN SARAH JOSEPH’S "GIFT IN GREEN"
SRUTI PAUL
Assistant Professor BCM College, Kottayam, Kerala
29-36
1
FEMINISM IN INDIAN LITERATURE
 BHAVYA L
PhD Research Scholar, Bharatiyar University: Coimbatore
37-39
1
REPRESENTATION OF MASCULINITY CRISIS AND QUEERNESS: A PSYCHO ANALYTIC QUEER READING OF JAMES BALDWIN "ANOTHER COUNTRY" MOHAMMAD DANISH SIDDIQUI
Ph.D Research Scholar, Department of English Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
40-43
1
INFLUENCE OF SOCIOLINGUISTIC FACTORS ON LEARNING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE SPEAKING SKILLS: A PRAGMATIC STUDY
Dr. JYOTSANA SHUKLA
 Guest Faculty University of Allahabad Allahabad, U.P
44-48
1
MYTH AND MYSTICISM IN INDIAN POETRY IN ENGLISH
Dr. SAHOO RAGHUNATH
Assistant Professor Department of English, Naami College, Naami, Bhadrak, Odisha
49-51
1
A STUDY OF SHASHI DESHPANDE’S NOVEL ‘THAT LONG SILENCE’
SHYLA L
PhD Research Scholar, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
52-55
1
MARK TWAIN’S HUCKLEBERRY FINN AS A SOCIAL SATIRE
MUZIFAR YOUSUF
Research Scholar, School of Studies in English,
Vikram University Ujjain (M.P)
56-58
1
THE PRECARIOUSNESS OF EXISTENCE: MUFFLED VOICES AMIDST ATROCIOUS FORCES IN ROHINTON MISTRY’S A FINE BALANCE
LISSY KACHAPPILLY
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Bharata Mata College, Thrikkakara, Ernakulam
59-63
1
PROJECTION OF FEMININE SENSIBILITY IN ANITA DESAI’S “VOICES IN THE CITY”
Dr. S. LATHA RANI
Assistant Professor, Department of English, N.M.S.S. Vellaichamy Nadar College, Nagamalai, Madurai, Tamilnadu, India
64-68
1
THE PROBLEMS OF TRANSLATION FROM TELUGU – ENGLISH BASED ON THE TEXTS OF “MULLA NASRUDIN” BY K.B . GOPALAM
MOHAN BANOTHU1, GUGULOTH CHANDU2
1Ph.D., Research Scholar, University of Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
2Research Scholar, University of Hyderabad, Telangana, India
69-76
1
PORTRAYAL OF ‘WOMANHOOD’ IN INDIAN DRAMA IN ENGLISH: A SELECTED READING
VASANTHA NARENDER
Osmania University, Hyderabad, TS. India
77-79
1
THE CONDITION OF WOMEN : PATRIARCHY AND RESISTANCE IN ANITA DESAI’S FASTING FEASTING
HANIFA RAHMAN
Lecturer, Moran College (Ad-Hoc)
Barbaruah, Dibrugarh, ASSAM
80-83
1
POETICS OF FEMINISM IN ANITA DESAI’S “CRY THE PEACOCK”
Dr. S. LATHA RANI
Assistant Professor, Department of English, N.M.S.S. Vellaichamy Nadar College, Nagamalai, Madurai, Tamilnadu, India
84-88
1
IQBAL AND MATERIALISM
ASHUTOSH KHANNA
Teaching assistant, Department of English
BGSB, University Rajouri.
89-92
1
THE HALF MOTHER: AN EPITOME OF MOTHERLY PAIN
MUZAFFAR AHMAD RATHER
Research Scholar (Ph.D)
Department of English, Aligarh Muslim University
93-97
1
THE BATTLE FOR POWER BETWEEN THE DOMINANT AND THE SUBSERVIENT IN THE DUMB WAITER BY HAROLD PINTER
Dr. ZEBA SIDDIQUI
Assistant Professor, Amity School of Languages
Amity University
98-101
1
INTROSPECTIVE NARRATION OF THE SELF: A STUDY ON THE SELECT POEMS OF TAGORE
Dr. T. GAYATHRI
Assistant Professor of English, Majmaah University,
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
102-105
1
ARTICULATIONS OF POWER: FEMALE AGENCY IN SHOBHAA DE’S
“SOCIALITE EVENINGS”
SURYA.K
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Providence Women’s College,
Calicut
106-110
1
SUBALTERN CONSCIOUSNESS IN ARVIND ADIGA’S THE WHITE TIGER
LEKHA NATH DHAKAL
Associate Professor, Tribhuvan University,
Nepal Commerce Campus, Kathmandu, Nepal
111-124
1
MALCOLM LOWRY-A FLOWER BORN TO BLUSH UNSEEN
RAKESH YADAV
(Research Scholar)
Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Darbhanga, Bihar
125-131
1
A FEMINISTIC READING OF DOSTOYEVSKY’S THE IDIOT
Dr. PRAMOD KUMAR
Assistant Professor of English, Govt. College Krishan Nagar (HR)
132-137
1
KASHMIR CONFLICT, A SAGA OF VIOLENCE AND AGONY IN THE HALF MOTHER
IRAM SHAFI ALLAIE
Research Scholar
Department of English, University of Kashmir
138-140
1
RELIGION, POLITICS AND GENDER IN THE POETRY OF KAMALA DAS
PALLAB KR. GOGOI1, SARAT KUMAR DOLEY2
Assistant Professor, Department of English, North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous), Assam
141-148
1
ETHNICITY AND GENDER IN AFRO-AMERICAN FICTION
SUSY, K.K.
Research scholar, Queen Mary’s college for women, Chennai
149-152
1
FEMINIST CONCERNS IN THE POETRY OF KAMALA DAS
PALLAB KR. GOGOI1, SARAT KUMAR DOLEY2
Assistant Professor, Department of English, North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous), Assam
153-160
1
DYSFUNCTIONAL DEMOCRATIC BEHEMOTHS: POLITICIAN MANDARIN NEXUS IN
UPAMANYU CHATTERJEE’S “THE MAMMARIES OF THE WELFARE STATE”
MARKAPUDI DAVID RAJU
Senior Lecturer in English, Dept. of Technical Education, Govt. of A.P.
& Research Scholar, Ph.D (Part-Time), Acharya Nagarjuna University, GUNTUR, Andhra Pradesh, India
161-170
1
EUGENE O’NEILL’S THE EMPEROR JONES AS A ‘SPIRITUAL WASTELAND’
Dr.PRAVINKUMAR NAMDEO RATHOD
Assistant Professor, Department of English, G.N.A. Arts, Commerce &Science College, Barshitakli, Dist.Akola.(M.S.)
171-173
1
NEW NAMES, NEW IDENTITIES OF TILO IN CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S
“THE MISTRESS OF SPICES”
Dr.L.D.EASTER RAJ DENSINGH
Assistant Professor of English
H.H.The Rajah’s College (Autonomous)
Pudukkottai, Tamilnadu
174-178
1
NIETZSCHEAN STUDY OF DEATH OF A SALESMAN BY ARTHUR MILLER
NOORBAKHSH HOOTI1*, PEDRAM LALBAKHSH2, BAHAR JALALI HONARMAND3
1Associate Professor, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran
2Assistant Professor, Razii University, Kermanshah, Iran
3MA student of English Literature, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran
179-186
1
‘THE BOND IS FORFEIT’: INDIA REPAYS BY REPLAYING
SONALI LAKHERA
PhD Research Scholar Department of English, SRT Campus
H.N.B. Garhwal University (A Central University)
Srinagar (Garhwal), Uttarakhand
187-191
1
THE UNNOTICED DISPUTES AND DILEMMA OF WOMEN IMMIGRANTS IN THE SOCIETY AS PORTRAYED BY BHARATHI MUKHERJEE
NISHA. A
M.Phil Scholar under the Guidance of Dr.Manju, HOD , Dept. of English,
Sree Narayana College, Chavadi
192-194
1
REFLECTION OF IMMIGRANT EXPERIENCE IN JHUMPA LAHIRI'S
'THE NAMESAKE'
ANJU CHAUDHRY
PhD Scholar, Department of English
M.D. University
195-199
1
ELEMENTS OF REALISM IN HEMINGWAY’S “THE SUN ALSO RISES”
Simplicity, Objectivity, Honesty
M.A: AHMED RASHEED MAJEED AL_RUBAIY
Assistant instructor in Al_Yarmouk University College, Diyala-Iraq.
Department of English Language.
200-208
1
LITTLE DIFFICULT TO MASTER PRONUNCIATION SKILLS: A STUDY FROM THE PERSPECTIVES OF VARIATIONS IN THEM
Dr. UTTAM KOLI
Assistant Professor
Dr. J. J. Magdum College of Engineering, Jaysingpur
Shirol (Tal), Kolhapur(Dist), Maharashtra, India
209-215
1
CONFLICTS IN MODERN WOMEN: A PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY OF MARGARET ATWOOD’S “LIFE BEFORE MAN”
V.S. KARUNASHREE
Assistant Professor of English, Sri Krishna Arts and Science College, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India
216-219
1
THE SEARCH FOR (SELF) IDENTITY IN RICHARD WRIGHT’S “NATIVE SON”
G.ELAKKIAM1, Dr.S.S.NIRMALA2
1Associate Professor, Jeppiaar Maamallan Engineering College, Sriperumpudur
2Research Advisor, Assistant professor of English, K.N.Govt.Arts College for Women (Autonomous), Thanjavur
220-224
1
BEYOND THE BORDERS: EXPLORING THE CONCEPTS OF NATION AND IDENTITY IN AMITAV GHOSH’S “THE SHADOW LINES”
SHYMA K V
Muthathyan House
Kottakunnu, Narikamvally (P O), Kannur (DIST), Kerala,India
225-227
1
AMRITA PRITAM’S “THE REVENUE STAMP”: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NARRATIVE NEGOTIATING THE PRECONCEPTIONS
RAJLAKSHMI DUTTA
Assistant Professor, Department of English, B.H College, Howly, Assam.
(Affiliation: Gauhati University)
228-232
1
THE PATRIARCHAL SOCIETY IN ANITA NAIR’S
“LESSONS IN FORGETTING”
A. DINESH1, Dr. SARADHA RAJKUMAR2
1Research Scholar, School of Social Sciences and Languages, VIT University -Chennai Campus, Tamilnadu, India
2Professor, School of Social Sciences and Languages, VIT University -Chennai Campus, Tamilnadu
233-237
1
BATTLE BETWEEN SEXES: GENDER ROLES CHALLENGED IN EDWARD ALBEE’S
WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF
Dr SHIPRA MALIK
Assistant Prof. (Visiting Faculty)
North Cap University, Gurugra, Haryana
238-242
1
VOICING THE OPPRESSED: A STUDY ON BAMA’S “SANGATI”
RENU RAJ
Research Scholar, Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Ernakulam
243-249
1
THE WORKING OF POWER/KNOWLEDGE AND DISCOURSE IN AMITAV GHOSH’S
“THE CALCUTTA CHROMOSOME”
BHARTI SILSWAL
PhD Scholar, Dept. of English, Birla Campus, H.N.B. Garhwal University (A Central University), Srinagar (Garhwal), Uttarakhand
250-254
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