Special Issue on “New Dimensions in English Language and Literature”

Vol. 69 No. 41 (2020): Special Issue on “New Dimensions in English Language and

Special Issue Editors:
Dr. K. Kaviarasu
Ms. K. Selvi
Ms. R. Udhayanila
Ms. S. Ashwini Selvakumari

About the Special Issue:
This Special Issue is the compilation of articles on New Dimensions in English Language and Literature.

We thank the Department of English, Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan College of Arts and Science for Women,
(Autonomous), Affiliated to Bharathidasan University, (Re-Accredited with ‘A’ Grade by NAAC),
Perambalur – 621 212.

The author(s) of each article appearing in this Special Issue is/are solely responsible for the content
thereof. The opinions expressed in this Special Issue are those of the authors. They do not purport to
reflect the opinions or views of the Editors or the publisher.

Published: Jan 30, 2020

The Flip Side of Flipping

1-4 Shahul Hameed Vahid

Solutions to Unlock the Challenges in a Flipped Class

5-9 V. Praveen Raj

The Need to enhance Communication and Interpersonal Skills as essential Soft Skills among Undergraduate Students

10-15 Joseph Edward Felix

Scrutinizing the Idea of Intellectualism in the Light of Edward Said’s Representations of the Intellectuals

16-20 Drisya K

The Power of Words in Markus Zusak’s The Book ThieF

21-25 Dr. M.Venkateshwari

A Study: Speaking English as a Herculean Task to Get Job

26-29 S. Kaniselvi

The Pleasure of Money Making And The American Dream in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby

30-33 Ms. O. M. Jumana Haseen

Malgudi: The Integrated Landscape of R.K. Narayan in the Anarchic Mindscape

34-43 Dr. K. Kaviarasu

Existence on the Margins: Alienation and the Quest for Meaning in Matt Haig‟s „How to Stop Time‟

44-47 Aarcha

Tracing the Invisible Facets of Violence: A Žižekian Reading of Deborah Ellis’ My Name Is Parvana

48-52 Dr. Ramesh

An Analysis of Narrative Techniques in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni‟s Before We Visit the Goddess”

53-56 K. Abirami

Towards Biocentrism: Sanchita Karma and Other Tales of Ethics and Choice from India by K. V. Dominic

57-62 Dr. S. Barathi, M. I. Babu

Debunking the Myth of Caste Anonymity: A Study of Raghav Chandra’s Kali’s Daughter

63-68 Ramachandran K

Enhancing Reading skills through Literary works : A study

69-72 A. Greeni

„Metafiction‟ as a Postmodern Technique in Paul Auster‟s Invisible

73-76 Dr. J. Iswarya

Super Deluxe: Understanding Gender and Sexuality in Indian society

77-81 Rakesh Kumar

NgugiWaThiongo’sIn the House of the Interpreter as a text of resistance.

82-88 Ms. C.Sangamithirai

Intellective Approach to “Still I Rise”

89-94 Dr. L.M.Swarnalatha

Reconnoitering Demiurgic ways of Teaching English

95-100 K. Preetham

Acquisition of English Language Through Digital Media

101-105 C. Esthar rani

Present Day Approaches and Methods in Teaching English Language

106-112 S.Ashwini Selva Kumari

The Last of the Harlem Renaissance Greats: A Reappraisal of Sterling A. Brown’s Southern Road

113-118 B. Sivakamasundari

Representation of Feminists in Manju Kapur “Difficult Daughters”

119-122 D. Vadivukarasi

Manju Kapur’s Women Characters : A Review

123-125 P. Kumar

The Themes Of Upanishads In The Literature Of The Veda

126-129 Ms. K. Anuradha, Dr. D. E. Benet

Similarities and dissimilarities in comparison of ‘The Shadow lines’ and ‘The God of Small Things’

130-134 N. Bharath, Dr. K. Mohan

Can Edmodo Help Students Enjoy Writing?

135-138 Emerald Jacquline. S

The Heroism in Tolkien’s The Hobbit

139-143 Swetha Metla

Ostranenie and Allegory as Tools of Enlightenment

144-146 S. Jebin, Susan Roy

Lifelong Learning through Reading in Higher Education: An Overview

147-152 K. Velmurugan

Movies: A Fruitful Aid for Learning a Language as Recreational Process

153-157 Jennie Ur

Postmodern Feministic Images in Nayantara Sahagal’s Storm in Chandigarh

158-161 Bhavani Sushma.Garlapati

Women Transformation And Education In Patriarchal Indian Society: A Study Of Manju Kapur’s Difficult Daughters

162-167 Deviga .D, Dr.M.Ashitha Varghese

Perceiving the Path of Empowerment: An Analysis of Select Novels of Badami

168-170 Brindha. G, Dr. Susan Roy