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 RECENT TRENDS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE-2019

 

1.   THE ROLE OF ICT IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

      DR. A. ALLWIN, Idhaya College for Women, Kumbakonam

      Page No : 1 - 7

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5298

 

2.   Experience of comfort and conflict in the select poems of Kamala Das

      Dr. K.Ashokkumar, St.Joseph college of arts and science (Autonomous)

      Page No : 8 - 17

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5299

 

3.   Voices of Oppression, Protest and Assertion in Chinnappa Bharathi's The Awakening and Ngugi wa Thiong' A Grain of Wheat.

      Anjan N, CBR National LawCollege, Shivamogga, Karnataka

      Page No : 18 - 26

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5300

 

4.   Eco-consciousness in William Wordsworth’s “Tintern Abbey”

      M. Annalakshmi, Idhaya College for Women, Kumbakonam

      Page No : 27 - 33

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5301

 

5.   INNOVATIONS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

      Angelin Jenifer. M, Idhaya College for Women, Kumbakonam

      Page No : 34 - 40

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5302

 

6.   CRISIS OF GENDER EQUALITY IN ANNE BRADSTREET’S THE PROLOGUE

      Dr. R. Gomathi, Pachaiyappa's College, Chennai

      Page No : 41 - 49

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5303

 

7.   USE OF ICT IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

      Divya.T, Idhaya college for women, Kumbakonam

      Page No : 50 - 57

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5304

 

8.   Portrayal of the modern life in Mahesh Dattani’s Bravely Fought the Queen

      Dr. P. N. Gunanidhi, Rajah Serfoji Govt College, Thanjavur

      Page No : 58 - 62

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5305

 

9.   STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPING SPEAKING SKILLS OF SCIENCE STUDENTS IN CUDDALORE DISTRICT: A PILOT STUDY

      Dr. G. Helen Ruth Joice, Dr. G. Sathurappasamy, H. H. The Rajah’s College (Autonomous), Pudukkottai

      Page No : 63 - 67

      DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5306

 

10.  Translation and the New Technology

       T.INDHUMATHI, Idhaya college for women, Kumbakonam

       Page No : 68 - 73

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5307

 

11.  Theme of alienation in Kiran Desai’s Hullaballo in the Guava Orchard

       V.Jagadeeswari, Sri Ramakrishna College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore

       Page No : 74 - 77

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5308

 

12.  FEMINISM IN ANITA DESAI’S “CRY, THE PEACOCK “

       R.Jaanavi, Idhaya College for Women, Kumbakonam

       Page No : 78 - 81

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5309

 

13.  INNOVATIONS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

       Dr. J. Jasmin Thangakumari, Idhaya College for Women, Thiruvannamalai

       Page No : 82 - 88

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5310

 

14.  A CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE OF JEAN VALENTINE’S SEEING YOU

       JAYASHREE.K, IDHAYA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KUMBAKONAM

       Page No : 89 - 92

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5311

 

15.  RECENT TRENDS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

       Jemima.AIDHAYA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KUMBAKONAM

       Page No : 93 - 98

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5312

 

16.  A study of cultural and psychological conflicts in Bharati Mukherjee’s ‘Jasmine’

       S. S. Joseph Sebastian, St.Joseph college of arts and science (Autonomous)

       Page No : 99 - 109

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5313

 

17.  The struggle for self- Actualization of Virmati, the heroine of the novel Difficult Daughters Written by Manju Kapur

       P.Kalaivani, A.D.M College for Women (Autonomous), Nagapattinam

       Page No : 110 - 115

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5314

 

18.  EMERGENCE OF NEW WOMAN IN MANJU KAPUR’S A MARRIED WOMAN

       K. Kamala, R. Shanthi, A.V.V.M. Sri Pushpam College, Poondi

       Page No : 116 - 122

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5315

 

19.  AN ECO-CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE INDIAN SCENARIO WITH REFERENCE TO NOVELS OF R.K.NARAYAN

       Dr.G.Kamatchi, Government College for Women (Autonomous), Kumbakonam

       Page No : 123 - 129

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5316

 

20  Indian culture and society in A.K. Ramanujan’s selected poems

       G. Karthikeyan, Dr.G.VASUKI, A.V.V.M. Sri Pushpam College, Poondi

       Page No : 130 - 134

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5317

 

21.  A STUDY OF FEMINISM IN KAMALA DAS’ THE OLD PLAY HOUSE

       V. KOUSALYA, IDHAYA COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE FOR WOMEN, PUDUCHERRY

       Page No : 135 - 142

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5318

 

22.  EMERGING TRENDS AND INNOVATIONS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

       R. Santhana Lakshmi, Idhaya College for Women, Kumbakonam

       Page No : 143 - 148

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5319

 

23.  EVOLUTION OF A YOUNG IMMIGRANT INTO A HYBRID IN JHUMPA LAHIRI’S “THE LOWLAND”

       V.Lekshmipriya, Dr.J.Uma Samundeeswari, A.V.V.M. Sri Pushpam College (Autonomous)

       Page No : 149 - 152

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5320

 

24.  SEARCH FOR SELF IDENTITY IN MANJU KAPUR’S DIFFICULT DAUGHTERS

       Dr.Lidwina.E.Pereira, Idhaya College for Women, Kumbakonam

       Dr.K.Sivakumar, A.V.V.M Sri Pushpam College, Poondi.

       Page No : 153 - 157

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5321

 

25   WOMB-THE PLACE OF RENT IN KISHWAR DESAI’S ORIGINS OF LOVE

       C.LIMCY, Dr.R.MAYIL RAJA.V.V.M Sri Pushpam College, Poondi.

       Page No : 158 - 166

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5322

 

26.  POST COLONIALISM IN THINGS FALL APART BY CHINUA ACHEBE

       J. MARY PORTIA, IDHAYA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KUMBAKONAM

       Page No : 167 - 171

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5323

 

27.  The Clash of Class in The Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai

       V.Muruganandham, Dr. L. Rajesh, Rajah Serfoji Arts College, (Autonomous), Thanjavur

       Page No : 172 - 179

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5324

 

28.  The Baroque as a Stylistic Device in The Moor’s Last Sigh

       Dr. P. Murugesan, AVC College (Autonomous), Mannampandal

       Page No : 180 - 190

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5325

 

29.  MULTI- LITERACIES IN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

       V. MYDHILY, IDHAYA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KUMBAKONAM

       Page No : 191 - 196

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5326

 

30.  Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale : A Feminist Dystopia

       M. Muthulakshmi, Government Arts College for Women (A), Kumbakonam

       Dr. S. Ganesan, H.H The Rajah’s College (A), Pudukkottai

       Page No : 197 - 201

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5327

 

31.  Hovering Between Cultures: A Study of Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine

       Dr.A.NAFEES SULTANA, Annai Vailankkannni Arts and Science College, Thanjavur

       Page No : 202 - 209

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5328

 

32.  LITERATURE OF THE MARGINALIZED

       M.NANDHINI, IDHAYA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KUMBAKONAM

       Page No : 210 - 215

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5329

 

33.  The Image of African Motherhood as portrayed in Flora Nwapa’s Idu

       Nivethabraba R, Dr. T. G. Akila, National College, Trichy

       Page No : 216 - 221

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5330

 

34.  POST COLONIALISM

       G.POOCHANDIRAN, NPV Arts and Science College, Srimushnam

       Dr.P.Vasuki, Thirumagal Mills Arts and Science College, Gudiyatham

       Page No : 222 - 226

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5331

 

35.  DOUBLE JEOPARDY IN TONI MORRISON’S SULA

       P.NITHYA, Government College for Women (Auto), Kumbakonam

.       Page No : 227 - 233

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5332

 

36.  IMPACT OF MODERN GADGETS IN LANGUAGE

       R. PREETHI, IDHAYA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KUMBAKONAM

       Page No : 234 - 237

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5333

 

37.  REFLECTION OF CASSANDRA EFFECT THROUGH MEDIA - AN ECO-FEMINIST STUDY ON MODERN RETELLING LITERATURE

       PREETHIKA S, ETHIRAJ COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, CHENNAI

       Page No : 238 - 244

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5334

 

38.  GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN MAHESH DATTANI’S TARA

       S.Ramya, IDHAYA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KUMBAKONAM

       Page No : 245 - 251

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5335

 

39.  De-humanization and the Quest for Self Identity in Alice Walker’s Color Purple

       S. Robert, Dr. P. Kumaresan, Sudharsan College of Arts and Science, Pudukkottai

       Page No : 252 - 258

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5336

 

40.  DIASPORIC EXPERIENCE AS IMMIGRANT SHOWN IN THEIR RESPECTIVE WORKS

       S.Thilagavathy, IDHAYA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KUMBAKONAM

       Page No : 259 - 263

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5337

 

41.  A POST COLONIAL OUTLOOK OF AMITAV GHOSH’S “THE HUNGRY TIDE”

       N.Saranya, IDHAYA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KUMBAKONAM

       Page No : 264 - 268

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5338

 

42.  The Triumph of the Feminine Instinct in Theodore Dreiser’s ‘Sister Carrie’

       Dr. T.Selvakkumar, A.V.V.M Sri Pushpam College (Autonomous), Poondi

       Page No : 269 - 274

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5339

 

43.  CONCEPT OF ‘TRUTH’ IN NURUDDIN FARAH’S ‘MAPS’

       Shobitha M.N, Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai

       Page No : 275 - 279

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5340

 

44.  Traditional Customs and Taboos in the Enslavement of Women in Buchi Emecheta’s The Bride Price

       T. Sindhu, Dr. G. Sathurappasamy, H. H. The Rajah’s College (Autonomous), Pudukkottai

       Page No : 280 - 286

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5341

 

45.  SHATTERED DIASPORAL DREAM IN BHARATHI MUKHERJEE’S WIFE – A STUDY

       Dr. S. SIVARAJA, Poompuhar College (Autonomous), Melaiyur

       Page No : 287 - 291

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5342

 

46.  TEACHING LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE

       A.SUGANYA, GOVT. ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGE, MANALMEDU

       Page No : 292 - 294

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5343

 

47.  ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING FOR TRIBAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA

       M.Suganyadevi, Government College for Women(Auto), Kumbakonam

       Page No : 295 - 299

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5344

 

48.  FROM BEING TO BECOMING: EXISTENTIAL QUEST IN BHARATI MUKHERJEE’S DESIRABLE DAUGHTERS

       SUSHMITHA. S, Dr.T.G.Akila, National College, Tiruchirappalli.

       Page No : 300 - 306

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5345

 

49.  CHARACTERIZATION IN SHASHI DESHPANDE’S DARK HOLDS NO TERROR

       R. Suji, Dr. G. Sathurappasamy, H. H. The Rajah’s College (Autonomous), Pudukkottai

       Page No : 307 - 314

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5346

 

50.  Post Colonialism on A.D Hope’s The Death of the Bird

       THENMOZHI.A, IDHAYA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KUMBAKONAM

       Page No : 315 - 318

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5347

 

51.  Recent trends in English Language Teaching

       C.Thenmozhi, Govt.college for Women(A), Kumbakonam

       Page No : 319 - 321

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5348

 

52.  TEACHING AND ACQUISITION OF LANGUAGE THROUGH POETRY

        D.Vimala, Dr.A.Ramasubbiah, Mannar Thirumalai Naicker College, Madurai

        Page No : 322 - 328

        DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5349

 

53.  AN ANALYSIS OF CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE

       J.Thilagavathi, Idhaya college for women, Kumbakonam.

       Page No : 329 - 334

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5350

 

54.  Historiographical Approach in Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Remains of the Days

       K. Angel Vinoliya, Sri Ramakrishna College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore

       Page No : 335 - 340

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5351

 

55.  TEACHING LANGUAGE THROUGH LITERATURE

       S.HARIPRIYA, IDHAYA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KUMBAKONAM

       Page No : 341 - 347

       DOI:16.10089.AJ.2019.V8I10.285311.5352