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VOLUME IX ,ISSUE V,MAY-2020-SP-3

1. The Nurturing Woman: A Comparison of Mother Figure of Toni Morrison and Bhabani Bhattacharya
    Mohit Kumar ;Shri J.J.T. University khunjhunu (Rajasthan) India
    Dr. Satkala ;Shri JJT University Jhunjhunu, (Rajasthan) India

    Page No:1-11

    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000789

 

2. A Patchwork of Experiences in Peter Hessler’s Country Driving: A Chinese Road Trip
    Dr. Y. Vidya;VHNSN College, (affiliated with Madurai Kamaraj University),Virudhunagar  
    Dr. N.Lakshmi Priya;GTN Arts College, (affiliated with Madurai Kamaraj University),Dindigul.

    Page No:12-17

    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000788

 

3. Cultural Hegemony in Devdutt Pattanaik’s Jaya.
    Kushma Kumari .T.V;Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women.
    Dr. S. Jayalakshmi;Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women

    Page No:18-25

    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000789

 

4. UNDERSTANDING LITERATURE IN THE AGE OF CONTEMPORARY THEORIES: AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE-Pertinence

    of Modern Literary Theory in Literature
    Mrs.T.Umaa Parameswari,Assistant Professor;Rajapalayam Rajus’ College Rajapalayam-626117

    Page No:26-31

    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000790

 

5. Literature: A way to Incarnate and Proclaim Human Values
    Dr. C.Ramakrishnan;Rajapalayam Rajus’ College Rajapalayam-626117

    Page No:32-37

    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000791

 

6. The Element of Chivalry in the Novel Don Quixote
    Mr. V. Sabarinathan;Loyola College – Mettala Namakkal - 636202,Tamil Nadu,India
    Ms.J, Renuga Devi ;Kapi College of Education,Madurai – 625019,Tamil Nadu , India

    Page No:38-42

    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000792

 

7. OXIDATION OF PHENOL IN WASTE WATER USING HYDROGEN PEROXIDE AND COPPER II NITRATE CALAYSTS
    R. Sree Laxmi;Vellalar College For Women, Erode.

    Page No:43-51

    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000793

 

8. The Unheard Voices: a reading of Anand Neelakantan’s Asura Tale of the Vanquished
    Mrs. K. Nisha; Parasakthi College for Women Courtallam
    Dr.M.P.Anuja;Sri Parasakthi College for Women, Courtallam,Affiliated to Manonmaniam Sundarnar University, Tirunelveli,Tamil Nadu-india.

    Page No:52-57

    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000794

 

9. Apolitically Political: A Postmodern Reading of Milkman by Anna Burns
    Abhirami A ;The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad

    Page No:58-73

    DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000795

 

10. Rupture with Centre/Margin Dichotomy: A Poststructuralist Study of The White Tiger
      Navdeep K. Kalsi; DAV College,Panjab University Chandigarh & Amritsar.

      Page No:74-80

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000796

 

11. KailashManasarovarYatra- A Journey of Self: An Analysis of Travel Narrative Kailasathilekum, PinneAvanavanilekkum by M.D. Suresh Babu
      Reethi P; St. Xavier‟s College for Women, Aluva
      Page No:81-88
      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000797


12. Influence of short story on Canadian Literature with reference to Alice Munro’s Writings
      Dr.I.Sirisha; NallaNarasimha Reddy Education Society‟s Group of Institutions, Hyderabad
      Page No:89-95
      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000798


13. Threat of Egocentrism in The White Tiger by AravindAdiga
      Dr. RamanaDevika, S.Swathi; Ethiraj College for women, Chennai
      Page No:96-104
      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000799


14. The Relationship between Literature and Society – A Glance
      S. FarhanaZabeen; Bharathiyar Arts and Science College for Women, Deviyakurichi. (Affliated to Preriyar University)
      Page No:105-108
      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000800


15. The Relevance of William Blake’s Revolutionary Thoughts in Modern Day Life and Literature
      Vishal Arvindbhai Patel; Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan, District- Patan, Gujarat, India - 384265
      Page No:109-119
      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000801


16. Haruki Murakami as a Magic Realist Novelist of the Modern World
      ChetanPrajapati; Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan, Gujarat, India
      Page No:120-129
      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000802

 

17. A Universal Application of Crisis of Livelihood and Survival of Working Class in Upton Sinclair's The Jungle
      Gurnam Singh; Govt. College for Girls, Cheeka ,Kaithal. Affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

      Page No:130-136
      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000803

 

18. ‘Life through Food and Life in Food’ in Laura Esquivel’s Like Water for Chocolate
      E. Jijitha Mary; St. Anne’s Arts and Science College: Chennai,Tamil Nadu

      Page No:137-145
      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000804

 

19. Women: an unabridged nature as delineated in Vandana Shiva’s Staying Alive
      Seema Bai; Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak

      Page No:146-156
      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000805

 

20. Cracked Lives: How the Novel Vanity Bagh Gains Currency in the Contemporary Society
      Aleena K Benny; Sree Sankarachaya University of Sanskrit Main Centre, Kalady

      Page No:157-162
      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000806

 

21. Synchronising Myths, Beliefs and Religion: Construing Folklore Version of Kadambari
      ARYA V N; St. Xaviers College for Women, Aluva, Ernakulam, Kerala, India
      Page No:163-170

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000807

 

22. REDEFINING STEREOTYPES OF ANGLO-INDIAN WOMEN IN SELECT MOVIES
      Jasmine Gonsalvez; St Xavier‟s College for Women, Aluva, Ernakulam, Kerala, India.
      Page No:171-177

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000808

 

23. KhaledHosseini’sThe Kite Runner – an Exemplary Work of South Asian Literature   

      Mrs. G.Kalaivani; Sourashtra College, Pasumalai

      Page No:178-182
      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000809

 

24. Robbie: A Paradigmatic Shift from Technophobia to Technophilia
      Mrs. V. KaniSelvi; Madurai KamarajUniversity,Madurai. 
      Dr. M. Moovendhan; AyyaNadarJanakiAmmalCollege,Sivakasi
      Page No:183-187

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000810

 

25. A Study of the Symbolic Structure of Margaret Laurence's The Stone Angle.
      Dr V.N.Manjula; Govt Arts College, Udumalpet
      Page No:188-193

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000811

 

26. Merging of Literary Theories: An Analysis Based Onarundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
      Dr. TharaGangadharan; Bharata Mata College, Thrikkakara,Kochi, Kerala, India
      Page No:194-203

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000812

 

27. Literature as a Contemplation and Replication of the Society
      Dr.K.Prabha, DeepikaJayavel; Kongu Arts and Science College (Autonomous), Erode – 638 107
      Page No:204-207

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000813

 

28. The Major Narrative Techniques in Select Post-modern Works
      JigneshkumarJayantilalPanchal; Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan
      Page No:208-214

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000814

 

29. Understanding Post Independent India through SrilalShukla’s Novel Raag Darbari
      AkankshaNautiyal; H.N.B. Garhwal University, District- TehriGarhwal, Uttarakhand,India
      Page No:215-221

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000815

 

30. The Pen is Mightier than the Sword: A Question that Endures
      Dr. Chinmoypritam Muduli; SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Ramapuram, Chennai, India – 89
      Page No:222-228

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000816

 

31. Exhaustive Study of Modern Woman in Sultry Days by Shobha De
      V.Yogambal, Dr. K.A. Agalya; Sri VasaviCollege,Erode
      Page No:229-232

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000817

 

32. Literature as the Silent Resurgence of Tribal Society: A Study on Select Tribal Writers of Contemporary India
      Raam Kumar T, Dr.B.Padmanabhan; Bharathiar University, Coimbatore -46
      Page No:233-241

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000818

 

33. Influence of Reader Response Approach on Real-Life Occurrences – An Illustrative Study
      Vinoth.R; Thiagarajar College of Engineering, Tiruparankundram, Madurai,Tamilnadu, India – 625020
      Vinoth.R; Madurai Kamaraj University
      Vinoth.R, Dr.M.Elangovan; Thiagarajar College, Teppakulam, Madurai, Tamilnadu, India-625009
      Page No:242-250

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000819

 

34. Recognition through Marxism and Leninism: the Survival of the Third World Nations amidst the Capitalistic First Worlds
      S.SuganyaKarpagam; Gobi Arts and Science College, Gobichettipalayam – 638453
      Page No:251-258

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000820

 

35. Re(Negotiating) Dominance In Relationships: The Piano Teacher - The Novel and The Film
      Dr. Ritu Mohan; RaoPahlad Singh Group of Institutions, Balana, Tehsil & District.: Mohindergarh, Haryana
      Page No:259-268

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000821

 

36. Interdisciplinary Approaches to Indian English Literature: Dattani’s Plays
      Dr.Suchitra; MDU-CPAS, Gurugram
      Page No:269-276

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000822

 

37. Decrypting The Female Psyche in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni’sThe Palace Of Illusions
      P. R.Muthumeena; MannarThirumalaiNaicker College, Pasumalai, Madurai-4.
      Page No:277-282

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000823

 

38. Indian Classical Literature and Literary Theory in The Light of Poet Bharavi’sCreative Excellence
      V. V. Gurucharan; BITS, Visakhapatnam, India
      Page No:283-290

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000824

 

39. The Clash between Tradition and Modernity in Mahesh Dattani’s Play
      Dr.M.G.RAMPRASATH; Sourashtra College (Autonomous),Madurai,Tamil Nadu
      Page No:291-293

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000825

 

40. Psychoanalytical Elements in The Hunger Angel by Herta Muller
      Deepak Kapur; Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab, India
      Page No:294-298

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000826

 

41. Zionist Exclusivism in Yossi Klein Halevi’sLetters to My Palestinian Neighbor
      Angela Susan B.; Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
      Page No:299-308

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000827

 

42. Literature the Mirror of the Society
      Dr.C.VeenaRani; V.V.Vanniaperumal College for Woman, Virudhunagar
      Page No:309-316

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000828

 

43. Understanding Ron Geyshick’sCannibal Woman as an Auto Ethnography
      VijayaNanthini. M; Mar Gregorios college of Arts and Science, Chennai
      Page No:317-321

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000829

 

44. A Review on Displacement in AmitavGhosh’sThe Hungry Tide
      Ms.B.Poorani; Sri GVG Visalakshi College for Women, Udumalpet-642126, Tamilnadu - India
      Page No:322-327

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000830

 

45. Attachment Theory in Socialite Evenings
      Dr. A. Benazir Mohammed Ibrahim; Talibah University, Al Ula.Madhina Providence
      Mrs.E.Sumathi; Hindusthan College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore
      Page No:328-336

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000831

 

46. Indian Classical Literature and Literary Theory in The Light of Poet Bharavi’sCreative Excellence
      V. V. Gurucharan; BITS, Visakhapatnam, India
      Page No:337-344

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000832

 

47. LITERATURE: MIRROR IMAGE OF SOCIETY IN REFERENCE TO KANTHAPURA BY RAJA RAO
      ShriyaBaru; University of Jammu
      Page No:345-350

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000833

 

48. Conflicts and Reconciliation in Manjukapur’s A Married Women
      Mrs.P.Udayameenakshi; Govt.Higher Secondary School, Somandurai, Chittur
      Mrs.Dr.SumaAleya John; TirupurKumaran College For Women, Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu 641687
      Page No:351-354

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000834

                                        
49. Changing Roles Of Woman in the Post-Colonial Indian Society through the movie ‘Queen’ by VikasBahland‘EnglishVinglish’ By GauriShinde
      MrsP.Soundarya; Akshaya College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore. Tamil nadu
      Page No:355-361

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000835

 

50. AN OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF SOUTH - ASIAN LITERATURE
      S.LAKSHMANAN; Nallamuthu Gounder Mahalingam College, Pollachi
      Page No:362-367

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000836

 

51. Literary Theories and Teaching Literature in the Twenty First Century
      Dr. PoonamPunia; Government College, Nagina, Nuh, Haryana, India
      Page No:368-374

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000837

 

52. Concerning Violence in Literary Documentations: (Re) Definingnational Ethos in Kishwar Desai’s JallianwalaBagh, 1919 The Real Story
      NehaSoman, Dr.B.Padmanabhan; Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
      Page No:375-388

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000838

 

53. Making of Women World in Anita Nair’s Ladies Coupe: A Postmodern Ethnographical Study
      V.Jamuna; Sri Ramakrishna College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore
      Page No:389-395

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000839

 

54. A Quest for Relationship Leads to Symbolic Ending: The Rainbow, D. H. Lawrence
      Ms. Lovely Raj; D.A.V. College For Girls, YamunaNagar-135001 (Haryana)
      Page No:396-403

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000840

 

55. Theory of Aesthetics: Indian And Western Traditions
      Dr. K.Kokila; VellalarCollege for Women (Autonomous), Erode – 638012, Tamilnadu, India
      Page No:404-409

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000841

 

56. Interdisciplinary approach towards the short stories of JhumpaLahiri with the concept of Aucitya and Structuralism
      Dhanya. M, Dr.S.Muthukumaravel; NallamuthuGounderMahalingam College, Pollachi
      Page No:410-415

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000842

 

57. Vulnerable Children Evolve into Disposable Goods: Child Trafficking in the Lens of Social Criticism with Special Reference to Patricia McCormick’s Sold

      and Corban Addison’s A Walk across the Sun.
      Devikarpagam G, Dr. Suja Mathew; NallamuthuGounderMahalingam College, Pollachi – 642 001
      Page No:416-425

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000843

 

58. Apolitically Political: A Postmodern Reading of Milkman by Anna Burns
      Abhirami A; The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad
      Page No:426-445

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000844

 

59. Identity and freedom -the need of the expatriates -with reference to Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye & Beloved
      (Dr).R.RAMESH; SETHU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PULLOOR, KARIAPATTI, VIRUDHUNAGAR(Dt), TAMILNADU ,INDIA.626115
      Dr.A.SELVAM; NMSSVN college, Nagamalai,Madurai-18, Tamil Nadu, India
      Page No:446-455

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000845

 

60. A STUDY OF SOCIAL METAMORPHOSIS IN MAHESH DATANI’S SELECT PLAYS
      Dr. V. N. Manjula; Government Arts and Science College, Udumalpet
      S. Koteeswaran; Nallamuthu Gounder Mahalingam College, Pollachi
      Page No:456-460

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000846

 

61. MARGININALIZATION AND OPPRESSION OF WOMEN PORTRAYED IN ANITANAIR'S MISTRESS
      P.MARIAMMAL; NGM COLLEGE
      Page No:461-464

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000847

 

62. Exploring the Spatial Manifestations in Gender Identity: A Reading of Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small ThingsandThe Ministry of Utmost Happiness
      Anitta S Cheeran; Vimala College ( Autonomous), Thrissur, Kerala, India
      Dr. Sijo Varghese C; Sri. AchuthaMenon Govt. College, Thrissur
      Page No:465-474

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000848

 

63. The Relationship between literature and Society
      Manisha Rani; Akal Degree College, Mastuana, Sangrur, Punjab, India
      Page No:475-482

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000849

 

64. Magical Realism as a Post-Colonial Device in Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children
      K. Anupama; Hindusthan Institute of Technology, Coimbatore
      Page No:483-490

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000850

 

65. Making the Subaltern Voice Heard: Situating Spivak’s Theory in Amish Tripathi'sShiva Trilogy
      T.V.SriVaishnavi Devi, Dr.A.SriVidhya; NallamuthuGounderMahalingam College, Pollachi-642001
      Page No:491-503

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000851

 

66. The Rasa Theory in James Joyce’s a Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

      Shivangi Gupta; University of Jammu
      Page No:504-510

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000852


67. Stories of Ordeals that is boundless to Theories: A Critical Reading Of A Life in Trans Activism By Revathi A

      Dr. Ramana Devika; Ethiraj College for women Chennai
      Page No:511-519

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000853


68. REJUVENATION OF INDU IN SHASHI DESHPANDE’S ROOTS AND SHADOWS

      Dr. S. Mariammal; Nallamuthu Gounder Mahalingam College Pollachi
      Page No:520-526

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000854


69. EASTERN IDEOLOGY AND HYBRID EMPATHY IN MICHAEL ONDAATJE’S NOVEL ANIL’S GHOST

      P. Dhanagopalan; NallamuthuGounderMahalingam College, Pollachi
      Page No:527-533

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000855


70. The Significance of Attire / Uniform in Relation to Authority and Freedom in The Handmaid’s Taleand The Nun’s Story

      Dr.Beenu Marcus; Tagore Govt. Arts and Science College Pondicherry
      Page No:534-544

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000856


71. Fixating Virtuousness, Masquerading Malaise, Alchemizing Self: Bowdlerized Female Identity in The Bell Jar

      Dr. Jacob Alias; Nirmala College, Muvattupuzha – 686661 Affiliated to MG University, Kottayam, Kerala
      Page No:545-551

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000857


72. Attention to Detail: A Guide to Using the Text as the only Resource

      Sharada Mani Nalla; The English and Foreign Languages University
      Page No:552-558

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000858


73. The Dialectic of the Naked and the Nude in Aadai: An Attempt to Renegotiate the Spectacle of Female Body.

      Dr. Selvin Vedamanickam; St. Joseph University, Dimapur, Nagaland
      Page No:559-570

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000859


74. Replica in the form of: Narration, Characterisation and the Presentation of Women through Writings

      K. Jeevitha; Bharathiyar Arts and Science College for Women, Deviyakurichi
      Page No:571-576

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000860


75. WORLD LITERATURE

      K.V.KANNAN; Sourashtra College, Madurai
      Page No:577-588

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000861


76. Triangulation and Transformations in Jhumpa Lahiri’s ‘The Interpreter of Maladies’

      Ms. S.Shanthi; PSG College of Arts and Science,Coimbatore
      Page No:589-602

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000862


77. Affirmation and Resistance Tracing the Imagery Food In Select Indian Diasporic Fiction

      N.Nandhini; St.Anne‟s Arts and Science College, Madhavaram Chennai
      Page No:603-614

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000863


78. The Symbolic Interpretation of Atiq Rahimi’s Earth and Ashes

      Neha Khajuria; Jammu University
      Page No:615-622

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000864


79. Transcendental aspects in William Wordsworth’s “Daffodils” in comparision with Emerson’s “Rhodora”

      P. Lekha; Mar Gregorios College of Arts and Science
      Page No:623-628

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000865


80. Black Motherhood:A Study of I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

      Ritu Rani; Gurukul Kangri Haridwar
      Page No:629-635

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000866


81. Narrative as Cultural memory: Remembering the Irish Famine Trauma through Star of the Sea by Joseph O‟Connor.

      V SUGANYA, DR. B. PADMANABHAN; Bharathiar University Coimbatore
      Page No:636-643

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000867


82. Bhakti Ras in Tagore’s Gitanjali and Society

      Dr. Manjari Agnihotri; Govt. Girls College Sehore (M.P.)
      Page No:644-649

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000868

 

83. A Study on Issues and Challenges of Women in Maya Angelou’s I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
      Dr.L.M.Swarnalatha; Vellalar College For Women, Erode-12, Tamilnadu, India
      Page No:650-656

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000869

 

84. A Critical Study on Factual Imaginary in Maya Angelou’s Singing’ and Swinging' and Getting' Merry Like Christmas
      Jayasree K, Dr. L.M.Swarnalatha; Vellalar College For Women, Erode-12, Tamilnadu, India
      Page No:657-671

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000870

 

85. Traditional Verdict of Confinement in Jhabvala’s “The Nature of Passion”
      Saranya Devi. P; Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai – 638 060
      Dr. G. Keerthi; Government Arts and Science College, Komarapalayam - 648 183
      Page No:672-679

      DOI:10.01011.ACJ.2020.V915.00068749.000871