International Journal of English Research


ISSN: 2455-2186

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Title and Authors Name

BRYDA: An empowered of the British Raj
Pages: 01-02  
Gandhian philosophy and the national movement
Pages: 03-05  
An explication of self-discovery in Maya Angelou’s Still I Rise
Pages: 06-08  
Historiographic metafiction in George bowering’ sburning water
Pages: 09-10  
Self-realization through Nature: An alternative narration in Margaret Atwood’s surfacing
Pages: 11-14  
Suppression of the Suppressed: A Study of Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles
Pages: 15-19  
Methods for Teaching and Learning Process of English
Pages: 20-21  
Problematics of love as EROS in the bluest eye
Pages: 22-23  
Chronological order and historical development of different methods of teaching the foreign Languages
Pages: 24-28  
Reading Skills? Its Goals and different techniques of teaching reading, other techniques its purpose, Importance of effective Reading Skills
Pages: 29-32  
Mulk Raj Anand’s Short Stories: A Thematic Perspective
Pages: 33-35  
Subverting the patriarchy: A feministic reading of Chetan Bhagat’s Novels
Pages: 36-38  
Exploration of gender discrimination and woman liberation by Nayantara Sahgal in storm in Chandigarh
Pages: 39-41  
Spatial Form in Modern Literature seen through Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway
Pages: 42-43  
A voice of protest against racial marginalized through Dalit literature
Pages: 44-46  
Current situation and countermeasures of college public English in China
Pages: 47-49  
The Element of Quandary and Desire in Hamlet
Pages: 50-52  
Alienation and identity crisis in J.M. Coetzee’s Disgrace
Pages: 53-54  
Beauty as a Myth encircled in the psyche of the characters in Virginia Woolf’s Jacob’s Room
Pages: 55-56  
Feministic perspective of Toni Morrison with special reference to The Bluest Eye
Pages: 57-58  
Morality in Hardy's novels: Tess of the d'Urbervilles and Jude the Obscure
Pages: 59-63  
The idea of nation, cultural spaces & gender in diasporic Bollywood cinema
Pages: 64-70  
Cross-cultural conflict in Bharati Mukherjee’s “Jasmine” and “Wife”
Pages: 71-72  
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