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Vol. 5 Issue II May 2017

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1A REFLECTION OF MULTI-CULTURALISM IN “THINGS FALL APART”M. B. Abika Adline Praicy
Dr. M. Savitri
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2AMAZEMENT, LONGING AND PORTRAYAL OF NATURE IN WILLIAM WORDSWORTH’S POEM “THE SOLITARY REAPER”Dr. (Mrs) Sujata Kumar
Dr. Bhawna Chauhan
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3USING DRAMA IN TEACHINGDr. Amany Neiazi

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4VEDANTA PHILOSOPHY IN THE WORKS OF RAJA RAO: A COMMUNION WITH THE TRUTHGurpreet Singh
Dr. Mahesh Kumar Arora
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5FEMINIST ENGAGEMENT WITH INTIMACIES IN MARRIAGEDr. Jayatee Bhattacharya

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6FIGHTING TWO COLONIALISMS IN AMA ATA AIDOO’S CHANGESBawa Kammampoal

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7TO GET RID OF "FUNKINESS": CROSS-CULTURAL CONFLICTS IN MORRISON’S SULA AND THE BLUEST EYEZohreh Samimi
Dr. Zohreh Taebi
Dr. Matalleb Azar
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8DIVERSITY AND MULTICULTURALISM – AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVERamesh Mamidala

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9DALIT LITERATURE: AN INTROSPECTION OF GENESIS AND GROWTHDr. Sohan Lal

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10POST-ORIENTALISM: A STUDY OF PAUL SCOTT’S STAYING ONM. S. Veena

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11RETHINKING DETACHMENT TO INVOLVEMENT IN ARUN JOSHI’S THE FOREIGNERPrem Prakash Pankaj

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12WHY I AM NOT A HINDU: A STUDY OF RESISTANCE TO SPIRITUAL FASCISM OF UPPER CASTE HINDU CULTURAL IDENTITYRupesh Kumar

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13MYSTICISM AND THEMATIC PULFILMENT: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LH MYERS NOVELSDr. Kripal Singh Bhandari
Dr. Deepak Kumar
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14PANORAMA OF DILEMMA AND DIFFERENT SOCIO-CULTURAL IDEOLOGIES OF CHARACTERS WITH REFERENCE TO KHUSHWANT SINGH'S I SHALL NOT HEAR THE NIGHTINGALEDr. Nidhi Gehlot

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15MANOHAR MALGONKAR’S - FICTIONAL WORLDSmt. Swapna K. Jadhav

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16THE SOCIO-CULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS PRACTICES OF THE OPPRESSED CHARACTERS ON THE BOOK OF THE HUNTERG.Venkata Madhavi

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17HOW TO IMPROVE EDUCATION SKILLSSINGH GOPAL
SOLANKI MANVENDRA
SINGH KUMAR PAWAN
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18FEMINISTIC ELEMENTS IN THE NOVELS OF JANE AUSTEN AND GEORGE ELIOT: A COMPARATIVE STUDYDr. Shikha Gupta

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19THE JOURNEY OF SELF- DISCOVERY: A STUDY OF WOMEN CHARACTERS IN ANITA NAIR’S LADIES COUPE AND SHASHI DESHPANDE’S THE DARK HOLDS NO TERRORSMs. D. Chitralekha

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20RESEMBLANCES IN CHARACTER PORTRAYAL IN POPULAR TELEVISION DRAMA: SHERLOCK HOLMES VERSUS DR. GREGORY HOUSEMeghna Ghatak

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21MOVING TOWARDS A FEMINIST PRACTICE OF TRANSLATIONNeha Kaushik

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22SYMBOLISM IN THE ‘THE EYE OF THE STORM:’ A THEMATIC STUDYRavi Shanker Meghwal
Kshamata Chaudhary
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23SEXING THE GENDER DYSPHORIC BODY: IMMIGRANT INTRICACIES IN MUKHERJEE’S JASMINEM.Elizabeth Rani

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24CHALLENGES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN RURAL AREAS OF CHHATTISGARHDr. Neetu Baghel

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25IMPORTANCE OF INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM AND HUMANISM IN MULK RAJ ANAND’S UNTOUCHABLE AND COOLIEDr. S. Sreeramulu

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26INADEQUACY OF HUMAN BELIEF IN AMITAV GHOSH’S ‘THE CIRCLE OF REASON’Dr. Sohail Ahmed

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27AN ILLUMINATING VOYAGE OF SELF DISCOVERY AND REFLECTION OF NAMITA GOKHALE’ S WOMENDr. Rashmi Gupta

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28CROSS-CULTURAL CURRENTS IN V.S.NAIPAUL’S A HOUSE OF MR. BISWASAmanpreet Kaur
Parveen Khanna
Arvind Khanna
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29CONTENTIOUS RESEMBLANCES IN USAGE OF MOTHER TONGUE IN ENGLISH CLASS ROOMS.S. Ratna Prasad
Dr. K V Divya
Dr. G. Mohana Charyulu
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30LANGUAGE OF LITERATURE AND THE FIGURATIVE MODE IN INDIAN (SANSKRIT) POETICSRinu

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31MYSTICISM IN FIRST TEN VERSES OF GITANJALI BY R.N.TAGOREDr. Richa TIwari

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32A Multiple LivingP C K PREM

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33TORRENT TIMEMalathy Krishnan

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34IT’S SUNDAY, SLEEP I CAN’TAnita Singh

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