Volume - 3, Issue - 2

ASSERTIVE YET ACQUIESCENT WOMEN OF THE MAHABHARATA

S. Sreedevi,

Ph. D Research Scholar,

Bharathiar University,

Coimbatore,India

HAROLD PINTER AS AN ADEPT IN PROJECTING PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS WITH A FOCUS ON POSSESSIVENESS AND JEALOUSY IN HIS DRAMATIC WORLD: AN APPRAISAL

DR. S.CHELLIAH, M.A., Ph.D., D.Litt.,

Professor, Head & Chairperson,

School of English & Foreign Languages,

Department of English & Comparative Literature,

Madurai Kamaraj University,

TIMELESS TREASURE OF WOMENIN SHAKESPEARE

Dr. Kanhaiya Kumar Sinha,

Assistant Professor,

Department of English,

Shakya Muni College, Bodh-Gaya,

Magadh University, Bodh-Gaya, India

STRUGGLE AND MARITAL RELATIONSHIP IN THE NOVEL OF MAIN STREET BY SINCLAIR LEWIS

Dr.Chitra Dhanapal,

Assistant professor of English

Arts and Science College for Girls – Al Majardha

King Khalid University – Abha

Saudi Arabia.

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TEACHING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AT THE COLLEGE LEVEL: A BRIEF OVERVIEW

K.Surya ChandraRao,

Lecturer in English,

Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh,India

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KARNA’S WIFE: A RECONSTRUCTION OF A SUBALTERN SAGA THROUGH THE MYTHOLOGICAL CHARACTER OF URUVI

ANUPAMA RAI,

Research Scholar,

Banaras Hindu University,

Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

IMPARTING VEDIC LITERATURE IN EDUCATION: THE NECESSITY OF NEW ERA TO REDDISCOVER INDIANESS FROM “MACAULAY CHILDREN”

Jijeesh TK,

Department of English,

Classic College,

Nilambur,Kerala,India

WOMEN SEEKING SPACE AND PEACE IN MANJU KAPUR’S DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS AND A MARRIED WOMAN

S. Sreedevi,

Teacher of English

D Research Scholar,

Bharathiar University,

Coimbatore,India.

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TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE AT COLLEGE LEVEL: A BRIEF OVERVIEW

K.Surya Chandra Rao

Lecturer in English

Srikakulam-532001

Andhra Pradesh, India.

MAPPING OUT THE LITERARY LINEAGE OF CHILD CHARACTERS IN BRITISH CHILDREN’S LITERATURE

Dr.J.Sripadmadevi,

Assistant Professor,

Department of English (SF),

Nirmala College for Women,

Coimbatore Tamilnadu India,

A GRAIN OF WHEAT: FROM EVANGELICALISM TO EGALITARIANISM

Dr. Inturi Kesava Rao,

Lecturer in English,

VSR&NVR College,

Tenali, India

A GRAIN OF WHEAT: FROM EVANGELICALISM TO EGALITARIANISM

Dr. Inturi Kesava Rao,

Lecturer in English,

VSR&NVR College,

Tenali, India

FEMININST ANALYSIS IN SHASHI DESHPANDE’S FICTION: A STUDY

Dr.G. Padmavathi,

Assoc. Professor,

Chalapathi Institute of Engineering & Technology,

Chalapathi Nagar, Lam,

Guntur,India

PROVERBS- The Treasure Trove Of Wisdom

Dr. (Mrs.) S. Karunya,

English Trainer in Alpha Academy of English,

Coimbattor,India

MANAGING LARGE CLASSROOMS WITH CO-OPERATIVE LEARNING STRATEGIES

Dr. Ravindra Pratap Singh,

Department of English and Modern European Languages,

University of Lucknow-226007.

SHEDDING OFF THE ‘PATRIARCHAL CLUTCHES’: A SYNOPTIC VIEW OFVIRMATI IN MANJU KAPUR’S DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS

K.V.S.Maheswararao,

Lecturer in English
A.M.A.L College
Anakapalle,Visakhapatnam District
Andhra Pradesh, India.

THE INFLUENCE OF SHAKESPEARE ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Parupalli Srinivas Rao,

Lecturer in English,
English Language Centre, King Faisal University,
Al-Hasa, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

INTRODUCING AMITAV GHOSH

Dr Sarang Rani Asthana,

M.A. Ph.D. (English), B R A Bihar University,
Muzaffarpur, Bihar.

REFLECTION OF TIME IN AMITAV GHOSH’S NOVEL: THE SHADOW LINES

Dr Ritika Kashyap,

M.A. Ph.D (English),
B R A Bihar University, Muzaffarpur, Bihar.