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International Journal Of English and Studies (IJOES )
An International Peer Reviewed English Journal

Volume 3, Issue 10

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A Study of the Revenge Theme in Shakespeare’s The Tempest with Psychoanalytical Exploration of the Character of Caliban
Tapas Das
Independent Research Scholar, IGNOU

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Self-realization in Jahnavi Baruah’s “Rebirth””
Dr.Riazul Hoque
Associate Professor, Deptt. Of English, Rupahi College,P.O. Rupahi, District. Nagaon, Assam- 782125

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Role of Women in Curbing Youth Unrest with Special Reference To North East India
Dr.Gargee Chakraborty
Associate Professor, Dept. of English,D. K. College, Mirza,Assam

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Remembrance through Melancholic (Re) presentations in Shobasakthi’s Traitor
Aishwarya Mohan
M. A. University of Madras, Chennai, India

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A Critical Study of Two Generation of Indian Diasporic Women Writers from Bharati Mukherjee to Jhumpa Lahir
Mr.SubhadeepTalukder
(M.A. English, B.Ed., Research Scholar)Deaprtment of English, TilkaManjhi Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur, India

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Loathed Love: Sexing the Cherry and the Grotesque Body
Anusha Batra
Former Bachelor’s Student, Department of English,Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi

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Dispositif Memory in Michael Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost
Aishwarya Mohan
M. A. University of Madras, Chennai, India

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Kate Chopin’s the Awakening: a Symbol of Quest for Autonomy,Individuality and Freedom
Mrs. R. Sivagamy
Assistant Professor of English,Government College of Arts and Science,Tittagudi

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Technical Presentation Strategies for Formal Communicators
Dr. Rajesh Kumar Pandey
Assistant Professor in English (A.S.D.)B.T.K.I.T., Dwarahat (Almora) U.K

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Male Characteristics in Anita Desai’s Novels
Neenu.C
Ph.D Research Scholar,Department of English,AMET Deemed to be University, Chennai. Tamil Nadu, India

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Narrative Technique and Style in Chetan Bhagat’s Revolution 202
Dr. Sunil Gomaji Chaudhari
Assistant Professor,N H College Bramhapuri,Dist Chandrapur, Maharashtra,Gondwana University Gadchiroli

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Role of Literature in reducing pandemic panic
Silpa T H
Guest Lecturer at Little Flower College, Guruvayoor

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Exploring the themes of Individual and the Nation in Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s “The River Between”
Ashish Awasthi
ResearchScholar,Department of English, C.M.P. Degree College,University of Allahabad

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Recovering Diaspora in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Name Sake”
Mrs.P.Priyadharshini
Assistant Professor,Department of English,Marudhar Kesari Jain College for Women,Vaniyambadi

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Diasporic Elements in the Works of Jhumpa Lahiri
Mrs.A Sumyirra
Ph.D Scholar,Department of English ,D.K.M College,Vellore

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Myth as the Factor of Marginalisation in Chemmeen
S. Preeth Vaitheeswaran
Assistant Professor,Thiruvalluvar College,Papanasam

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Social, Cultural, Religious, Perspective in the Fictional Work Of Perumal Murugan
Sayli Ashok Tingote
Research Student, Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra

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Political Empowerment of Tribal Women: A Study in North Andhra
Gangarapu Priyanka
Research scholar,Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Andhra University,Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh,India

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Environmental Concerns with Monolingual and Multilingual Characters in The Hungry Tide
M.Rajeshwari
Research scholar,Department of English,Government Arts College,Thiruvannamalai

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Diaspora in Lahiri’s Lowland
Dr N Hemamalini(Assistant Professor,Marudhar Kesari Jain College for Women Vaniyambadi)
R.Shanmugapriya,II-MA English,Marudhar Kesari Jain College For Women Vaniyambadi

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Youth Strives For Life and Career: A Case Study Of Chetan Bhagat’s Novel “Five Point Someone”
Mrs. Loka Sumedha
Ph.D. Scholar Dept. of English, Osmania University, Hyderabad

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Literature – A True Flag bearer of Existential Nature
G. Durga Vyshnavi
Asst.Prof,Department of English,Chsd.St.Theresa’s Colege For Women, Eluru, A P

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The Various Sight Corners in the Plays of Harold Pinter
Dr Sanjay Johari
Assistant Professor,Department Of English,Kgk Pg College ,Moradabad,(UP) India

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Ewig Weibliche: Reversed Gender Essentialism and Feminine Virtues in “A Cross Line”
Rritwika Roychowdhury
Postgraduate Student, Department of English,Presidency University, Kolkata, India

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Youth Strives for Life and Career: A Case Study of Chetan Bhagat’s Novel “Five Point Someone”
Mrs. Loka Sumedha
Ph.D. Scholar,Dept. of English,Osmania University,Hyderabad, Telangana, India

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The Translation Equivalence of Investment Terminologies
Vindha Yusmita Arininda*, Ketut Artawa, I Made Rajeg
Magister Linguistic Program Study, Faculty of Humanities, Udayana University,Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia,*Corresponding Author

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Who’s Keeping the Score?: Social Impact & Pedagogical Implications of Sports unraveled through a Case Study
Dr.Nidhi Sharma
Associate Professor, Department of English,Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology, Management & Gramothan,Jagatpura, Jaipur.

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Historical interpretation of literary text
Ram Prakash Maurya
Department of English,Indira Gandhi University, Meerpur, Rewari

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A Mythological Reading of Amish Tripath’s Fiction
Sayli Tingote1(1)(Research student, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University,Aurangabad, Maharashtra) Dr. Pradnyashailee Bhagwan Sawai(2)(Asst. Professor, Dept. of English, Govt. College of Arts and science,Aurangabad, Maharashtra)

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Pandemic and Brain Chaos: A Journey into the Shifting Perceptions of Reader
Aparna Muralikrishnan
Graduate Student, Department- English,Gurudev Arts and Science College,Affiliated to Kannur University

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Shakra Indra, The Divine Exploiter: Delineation of His Cunning Subterfuges with Reference To Kavita Kane’s Menaka’s Choice and Ahalya’s Awakening
Shubhajit Nayak
Student,P.G. Department of English,Ravenshaw University, Cuttack, Odisha

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The Strange Case of Billy Biswas: a Paradigm Shift from the Flamboyant Urban Culture to attain Spiritual Fulfilment in the Lap of Nature
Yogita Tularam Bante
M A( English Literature)Nagpur University,Nagpur, Maharashtra, lndia.

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The Strange Case of Billy Biswas: a Paradigm Shift from the Flamboyant Urban Culture to attain Spiritual Fulfilment in the Lap of Nature
E. Anderson Vijaya Singh
Assistant Professor of English,Nazareth College of Arts & Science,Chennai, Tamil Nadu

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Charlie and I: Outside the Chocolate Factory
Artha Perla
Research Scholar,Department of English,Mangalore University,Karnataka

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A Tale of Hypocrisy and Sacrifice with Reference to Khaled Hossein’s “The Kite Runner”
Wakar Younis(1)Research Scholar,Department of English, Lovely Professional University, Punjab
Rameez Raja(2),Research scholar, Department of English , Chandigarh University

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A Study of Humiliation of enslaved laborers in the Novel “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”
Tanveer Sharma
Assistant Professor, P.G. Department of English,S.S.D. Girls’ College, Bathinda, Punjab.

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Importance of Writing Skills in the Engineering Curriculum
Mr Saloman Raju Yarlagadda
M.A., M.Phil.(PhD), SET Associate Professor of English,NRI Institute of Technology, Agiripalli

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