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Volume IV, Issue XI November 2016

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1Jianjun Wang & Lina MaEnglish DepartmentA Study of Translation of Chinese Four-character Idioms in Selected Modern Chinese Essays: Domestication and Foreignization
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2Dr. Esther Serwaah Afreh

Department of EnglishMetaphors President John Dramani Mahama lives by: A cognitive linguistic study of some speeches of his Excellency Mr. John Dramani Mahama, President of the Republic of Ghana
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3F.R.MahongeDepartment of Linguistics and Literary StudiesMasculinity Redeemed! : Euphrase Kezilahabi’s Gendered Vision in Nagona and Mzingile
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4Anil Kumar* AND Dr. M. S. Chahar**Research Scholar AND Former PrincipalCreativity in Relation to Students’ Goal Orientation and Disruptive Behaviour
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5Dr R K PatiReader in EnglishArundhati Roy’s Non-Fiction:
Examining Its Discourse

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6Mr. Rajeswari SurisettyAssistant. ProfessorThe Gandhian Influence on Mulk Raj Anand’s “Untouchable”
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7Dr. Agba
Ecole Nornale Superieure
Task Characteristics, Complexity And Sequencing: A Review And A Framework For Language Instruction
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8Ekta Sawhney AND Dr. Archana DurgeshAssistant Professor & Research Scholar * AND Associate Professor & SupervisorA Saint called Ramakrishna
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9Alia Mohammad Wazzan AND Lina Mohammad IbrahimLecturer AND Assistant ProfessorMimicry, Double-Consciousness and Hybridity in Caryl Phillips'
The Pagan Coast

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10Dr. George SebastianAssistant Professor of EnglishClaws of Dracula and Wounds of Empire: The Enlightened Fear of the British
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11Dr. Maria Mercy Amutha A(Assistant Professor)A Representation of the Monumental Social and Political Revolutions in Russia –Re-emerging History in Narratives
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12Manthian ChingPh.D. Research ScholarDisparity And Conflict: A Case of The Gorkhas in Darjeeling
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13*Ruby Nanda AND **Dr. Prajna Paramita PanigrahiResearch Scholar AND Assistant ProfessorCrime Reporting on Elderly in Odisha Newspapers: A Critical Discourse Analysis
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14*Jagat Singh Bisht AND ** Hari Priya PathakResearch Scholar AND Assistant ProfessorA Bent- Double Beggar: A Study of Narrative Technique in the
Short Story of Ruskin Bond

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15Surbhi JainAssistant professor“It was a sin to be alive in a world so full of evil”: A Critical Study of Pinjar
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16GNONLONFOUN JEAN-MARCExploring Beninese Pre-Service EFL Teachers’ Pedagogical Preferences in Their Preparation To Teach English At The Porto-Novo Teachers Training School
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17V. Jelsia Jabamani AND Dr. S. SenthilnathanResearch Scholar AND Assistant ProfessorThe Teaching of Reading Comprehension And Overcoming of Reading Difficulties Under The Psychological Aspects
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18Mr. M. Ramesh Kumar

Assistant Professor of EnglishThe Double Edged Sword of Defense Mechanism adopted by the select characters in Tennessee William’s ‘A Street Car Named Desire’
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19V. Nandhini

Ph.D. ScholarGender Inequality in Kishwar Naheed’s “I am not That Woman”
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20Dr Ehsan Mohammed AbdelgadirChallenges of Teaching English to Arabic Students
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21Smt.Mangala L. Nayak

Assosiate professorBhabani Bhattracharya’s
Steel Hawk And Other Stories
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22*Kuriakose.V.C AND **Dr. Shobha RamaswamyPsychological Suffering in Harold Pinter’s The Room,

Birthday Party and The Dumb Waiter
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23Sreedevi. N.M

Guest LecturerTaboo, Guilt and Shame: A Reading of Select juvenile literature
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24Dr. Shekhar Chandra JoshiProfessor, HOD Drawing and PaintingUse of Waste Material in the Creativity for Art and Society
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25Seema Gupta

Associate ProfessorRepresentation of Marital Dissonance in R.K.Narayan’s The Dark Room
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26Mr. Zubair Ahmad Bhat

Research ScholarTess, A Person Always on the Move in Tess of the d’Urbervilles
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27R. Vidyavathi AND Dr.Sumathi K. SwamyResearch Scholar AND Asso. Prof,Reincarnation of Identities and Amelioration of Self in Bharati Mukherjee’s ‘Jasmine’
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28Patil Sandip Diliprao

Research ScholarImpact of Technology in Teaching English as
A Second Language
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29Aneeta Sebastian

Former FIP SubstituteAn Ecofeminist Reading of Arundhathi Roy’s
The God of Small Things

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30Ch. Rupa Jhansi Rani & D. Vijaya LakshmiAssistant Professor & Sr. AssistantProfessorLanguage Teaching in Cyber Space: A Different Approach
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31*P. Rajeswari **Dr. S. RajarajanResearch Scholar , Research SupervisorThe Theme of Disintegration in Bharati Mukherjee’s Wife
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32Dr. Ruchi GoyalAssistant Professor
Narration & Its Realm
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33Anil KalsiAssistant ProfessorJP’s Total Revolution and Emergency

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34*Manoj Kumar Garg **Dr. G Venkataramiah

Assistant Professor
Portrayal of Double Standards in Salma’s narrative- The Hour Past Midnight
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35*G. Kalpana Devi
**V.V. Subba Rao
Research ScholarThe image of Modern Women in Namita Gokhale’s
“Gods, Graves and Grandmother”

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36*Tejram Khamari **DR. C.C Mishra Research scholar **DR. C.C MishraProblematic Race Relation in J. M. Coetzee’s Fiction ‘In the Heart of the Country’ and ‘Age of Iron’
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37Monalisa Konwar
Asst. ProfessorDehistorised Histories: Exploring History – Fiction Interface in Jaishree Misra’s Rani

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38Mrs. Parul Sharma ,
Dr. Shriya Goyal

Senior Coordinator & English TeacherMoral Values in The Child Characters in Select Short Stories of Ruskin Bond

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39Mr. Dipak Chandrakant Devkar

Assistant Professor in EnglishRain, Tell Her… Success, You Love Her... & Because of You

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40Pusarla. V. V. S. S. Kumar, Dr. R. S. S. NehruResearch ScholarA Pilot Study on Emotional Intelligence Among Pre-Service
(D.Ed. &B.Ed.) Teachers of Visakhaptnam District
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41Mr. Edin Brow
Asst. Prof & Head,
Teaching English for Maritime Students
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42Sneha Kanaiyalal Patel
Research Scholar
Contemporary Indian English Campus Novels: A Study of its Significant Aspects
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43Dr .Jaisymol Augustine
Assistant ProfesserThe Mystical Consciousness in Gitanjali

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44Dr. J. Kavitha

Associate Professor
Struggle For Existence
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45Pallabee Dasgupta

Research ScholarThe Home and The World: Postcolonial Science fiction and the Domestic Space in the short-stories of Vandana Singh

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46Dr. C.N. Baby Maheswari
Associate ProfessoModern Life as a Waste Land in Eliot’s The Waste Land

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47Saveetha MeganathanBioethics in the Contemporary Global Paradigm
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48Dr. Archana GaurProfessorWomen Empowerment in India

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49Harajit Goswami
Assistant Professor Postcolonialism and the Retrieval of the Past: A Critical Study of Mamang Dai’s Legends of Pensam

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50Ms Savita VerdiaRevisiting the Past through a Travelogue: A Study of William Dalrymple’s City of Djinn

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51Divya Mishra
Research ScholarWomen’s Predicament in Shashi Deshpande’s Roots and Shadows

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52Dr. Samuel Obed DokuDignity Overpowers Conspiracy of Race Politics and Mercantilism in Thomas Southerne’s Oronooko

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53Dr. Anuradha Nongmaithem

Assistant ProfessorRe- Visiting Nnu Ego in Buchi Emecheta’
The Joy of Motherhood
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54DR. SHRUTI DAS & RUTUPARNA SAHUNeed of Communicative Language Teaching And its Needs
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55Samira Al HosniEducational Supervisor & InstructorShould Learning Be Experiential?
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56Seema MadhokAssistant ProfessorConstruction of ‘Self’ and ‘Other’ in J. M. Coetzee’s
Waiting for the Barbarians

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