New Academia: An International Journal of English Language and Literary Theory  (Online ISSN 2347-2073) (UGC Journal. No. 44829) 

Volume VIII Issue I Jan. 2019

Editor:   Dr. Sachin Londhe

Contents

1.REPETITION, SYNONYMY AND PHRASAL COLLOCATION: A STUDY OF LEXICAL COHESION IN THE SELECTED POETRY OF ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON

Ms. Sonia Gouri

2. APPROACHING THE WASTE LAND THROUGH ITS THEME

Dr. Ihsan-ur-Rahim Malik

3. THE ‘AUCTORITEE’ OF WORDSAND REREADING: A STUDY ON ITALO CALVINO’S THE CASTLE OF CROSSED DESTINIES

Paban Chakraborty

4. CAN THE RACES MERGE? ANALYSING A PASSAGE TO INDIA AS A NARRATIVE OF CULTURES

Mitra Sannigrahi

5. SPATIO–TEMPORAL CONJUNCTIONS IN NEIL BISSOONDATH’S A CASUAL BRUTALITY

Ms. R.Annie Karunya Bagyam & Dr. Catherin Edward

6. TRANSGRESSING BORDERS, DECONSTRUCTING THE NOTIONS OF INDIAN DIASPORIC WOMANHOOD IN THE LOWLAND

 Dr. Stella Steven

7. THE THEME OF DOUBLE MARGINALIZATION IN SONIA SANCHEZ’S I’M BLACK WHEN I’M SINGING, I’M BLUE WHEN I AIN’T 

Ms. Sujata Pandurang Solage & Dr. Prabhanjan Mane

8. AN ECOCRITICAL READING OF G. M. HOPKINS’ “BINSEY POPLARS”

Dominic Joseph P & Dr. K. S. Antonysamy

9. AGRARIAN VS INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY: CRITIQUING RELATIONSHIPS IN D H LAWRENCE’S THE RAINBOW

Dr. Shalini Attri

10. PSYCHO – MARITAL CONFLICTS AS SOCIAL CONSTRUCTS IN ALICE MUNRO’S RUNAWAY AND FICTION

R. Bhuvaneswari

11. PERFORMANCE OF ENTRY LEVEL ENGINEERING STUDENTS IN SECOND LANGUAGE (PARAGRAPH) WRITING – A STUDY

R.D.Gomathi & Dr.V.Radhakrishnan

12. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COMPUTER ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING IN TEACHING ENGLISH POETRY TO LEARNERS AT HIGHER SECONDARY LEVEL

Anson P. J & Dr. Antony Samy

13. USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO THE STUDENTS OF TECHNOLOGY

Dr. Niraja Saraswat

14. TRICKSTER ARCHETYPE IN ISHMAEL REED’S FLIGHT TO CANADA

Rituparna Saharay

15. LAW AND IRRESPONSIBILITY AS SOURCES OF MISERY IN BLEAK HOUSE 

Mr. Ravindra Patil

16. STANCE OF WOMEN IN THE CULTURAL SCENARIO OF AFGHANISTAN AS PORTRAYED IN KHALED HOSSEINI’SA THOUSAND SPLENDID SUNS

Jasmine S Roy

17. HOMECOMING: A SURVEY OF THE CHANGING NARRATIVE OF DIASPORIC RETURN IN 21ST CENTURY SOUTH ASIAN FICTION

Dr. Swaralipi Nandi 

18. A STUDY OF PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP IN ANITA NAIR’S LADIES COUPÉ

Supriya Mohan Patil & Tripti Karekatti

19. THE INFLUENCE OF REALISM ON DRAMA AND THEATRE IN 20th CENTURY

D.Krushna & T.Narayana

20. PERFORMING IDENTITY: GENDERED BODIES IN MAHESH DATTANI’S DANCE LIKE A MAN

Jaitra Bharati

21. LOUISA MAY ALCOTT’S REFLECTION IN “LITTLE WOMAN” ON MALE DOMINATED SOCIETY

T. Marimuthu & Dr. M. Madhavan

22. TRACING TOM’S EXISTENTIAL MARCH FROM TOM MARVOLO RIDDLE TO LORD VOLDEMORT

Kamalpreet Kaur

23. RISE AND FALL OF HENCHARD AND FALL AND RISE OF RAJU FROM THE POINT OF FEMALE PERCEPTION

Dr. Shraddha Ashapure

24. IDEAS AND IDENTITY: A BIT OF DIFFERENCE IN DEFINING THE ‘SELF’ FROM ‘I AM BLACK TO I AM POWERFUL’ 

Sucheta

25. READING THE MULTIPLE IDENTITIES AND THE VARIED DYNAMICS OF ANTITHESES IN UPAMANYU CHATTERJEE’S ENGLISH, AUGUST

Anirban Banerjee

26. A STUDY ON GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS’ CLASSROOMS ENVIRONMENT (TEACHER - STUDENT) FOR LEARNING ENGLISH AS SUBJECT IN TELANGANA STATE, INDIA

Dr. Thotapally Anjaneyulu

27. USING AUTHENTIC MATERIAL TO ENHANCE COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE

B. Dharanya & Dr.V.K.Saravanan

28. THE ‘NEW WOMEN’ OF THE TAGOREMÉNAGE- BREAKING STEREOTYPES ANDA PROLEGOMENA TO HIS LITERATURE ON WOMEN

Irona Bhaduri

29. INTERROGATING POWER STRUCTURES: AN ALTHUSSERIAN ANALYSIS OF QAIS OMAR’S A FORT OF NINE TOWERS AND MALALAI JOYA’S RAISING MY VOICE

Blesslyn Chackson

30. MYSTIC ELEMENTS IN TIM WINTON’S FICTION

Mr. Shinde Sambhaji Shivaji

31. VIOLENCE AND ATTACK IN CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S QUEEN OF DREAMS

Dr. C.Bharathi

32. GOTHIC ELEMENTS IN J. K. ROWLING’S HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS

Dipak P. Ganmote & Dr. Sagar S. Waghmare

                                                                                                            

Short Stories Section

1. A TRANSLATION INTO ENGLISH OF KHALIL I. AL-FUZAI’S “THE BACHELORS’ CLUB”

Gassim H. Dohal

2. A TRANSLATION INTO ENGLISH OF HIMANSHI SHELAT’S INTRUDER

 Dr. Darshita Dave

 

 

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Issue I     (January) : 25th Dec. 
Issue II          (April) : 25th March
Issue III         (July) : 25th June
Issue IV  (October) : 25th Sept.