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Vol. 3 Issue 5 October 2017

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1From Caves to Gallery: The Evolution of Grotesque Art from Ancient to Modern Shreya Chakrabarty

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2The Role of Industrial and Economic Cities in Saudi Arabia Economic Development Dr. Hassan Al-Omari

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3A Depiction of Inescapable Evils in Cormac Mccarthy’ Sevents in the Novel L. Mahalakshmi & Dr. M. Leelavathi

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4Shashi Deshpande as an Eminent and Scholarly Writer in the Realm of Modern Indian Fiction: A Brief Analysis Dr. P. Aishwarya Vidhya

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5‘Poetic Activity’ and ‘Manual Labour’ As Identical Terms in the Poetic Realm of Gary Snyder: A Brief AnalysisDr. S. Chelliah

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6The Back Drop of the Social ChangeP. Mohan Rao

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7Social Issues in Select Plays of Mahesh DattaniDr. K. Anuradha and Harinarayan

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8Exploitation of Women as a Consequence of Their Innocence and Misuse of Their Individual Rights: A Study of Vijay Tendulkar’s Silence! The Court is in SessionDr. M. Krishnaraj

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9Funny Tales From Deviant Homes: A Study of Shyam Selvadurai’s Funny BoyHujaifa Pandit

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10Mobility of Professions and Economic IndependenceP. Mohan Rao

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11Nehru's Ideas on Socialism in Democracy ContextDr. Anand Kumar

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12Trends in Indian Foreign Trade (2009-14): Direction and CompositionDr. Mukesh Kumar

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13The Flavour of Tribal Life in Things Fall ApartDr. R. Sumathi and D. Divya

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14Trauma and Triumph: Revathi’s The Truth About Me M. Nandha GopuM. Nandha Gopu and Dr. R. Sumathi

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15Exploration of Psychic Trauma in Anita Desai's Voices in the CityA. Arokya Vajitha and Dr. R. Sumathi

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16Language Learning and Receptive Skills Dr. Sumathi Padmanaban and P. Joshua Christopher

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17Use of ICT in Enhancement of Reading Comprehension Skill: A Study Veeramani P and Dr. Sujath P

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18Dissection of Forage for Selfhood in Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine Divya M.

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19Role of Individual Difference in Language Learning Dr. R Sumathi and Mr. P. Joshua Christopher

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20Violence Taints to Trauma in Vijay Tendulkar’s The Vultures K. Reshmi

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21Nowhere to Go: A Journey of Compromise in Anita Desai’s Where Shall We Go This Summer?Dr. Pooja Sharma

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