Volume 11 Issue 3

Dear Readers & Contributors,

Welcome to the October 2022 issue of IJELLS.

This issue is a unique compilation of established academicians and young budding scholars. It is heartening to witness the scholarship of young writers and is a testimony of their passion and hard work. On the one hand you will find soothing and enjoyable research from the well-established professionals and on the other hand burst of energy and enthusiasm from young writers.

One article stands apart in challenging the boundaries of the field. Ms Sanjukta Chakraborty’s and Mr Dhritiman Chakraborty’s joint research explores the fields of Nanotechnology and English literature revealing some of its magic.

Prof Margaret Pachuau invites us into Mizo literature and the unexplored knowledge of songs in its culture.

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International Journal of English: Literature, Language and Skills – IJELLS extends its service into publishing books. We have started the enterprise IJELLS Publishing. This is a platform where we help the authors self-publish their work. Check out our webpage at to understand more.

Happy Reading and Happy Sharing!

Dr Mrudula Lakkaraju
Chief Editor

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Our Contributors

Ms A Madhavi Latha completed her MA from Osmania University and PGDTE from EFLU. She is currently pursuing her Ph D from Osmania University. She also is working as an Assistant Professor and has 14 years of teaching experience.

Prof Margaret L Pachuau works at the Department of English and Culture Studies at Mizoram University. Her areas of interest include fiction, translation and culture studies. She has published books, chapters in books and articles in reputed journals.

Dr Mrudula Lakkaraju works at the Department of English at Osmania University. Her areas of interest are Postcolonial Literature, Gender Studies, Film Studies, English Language Teaching, Contemporary Literature and Communication Skills. Find her analysis on Film and other media on the Facebook page ‘@thevisualcritique’.

Preeti Priyadarsini is working as a lecturer in a non-government-aided college in Odisha sponsored by State Selection Board. She is a PhD research scholar at Ravenshaw University.

Ankitha Perumalla is in her final year of undergraduation in specialisation called BA EPP from University Post Graduate College (OU) Secunderabad. She has organized a seminar on “Gender Sensitisation – A Discussion” in her college. Her areas of interest include fictional characters of Charles Dickens and critical analysis of poems.

Samuel Mundru is an English lecturer at University Post Graduate College, Secunderabad. In December 2019, he qualified for the UGC NET examination. He completed his Masters Degree in English Literature from Nizam College, under Osmania University, Hyderabad, in 2020. His interests include rhetoric in Literature and Subaltern Studies.

Sanjukta Chakraborty, a Graduate of Birmingham City University (England), is currently pursuing her Doctorate in English Literature from Amity University (India). Having done a Creative Writing course at the University of Oxford (England), she has published several original poems in Magazines abroad.

Dr Dhritiman Chakraborty has recently completed his PhD in Engineering (Computational Nanotechnology) from the University of Warwick before taking up the Medical Statistics Program at the Stanford School of Medicine. His interests include nanoscale materials and transport, novel nanomaterials for medical applications, energy storage devices and innovations for sustainable energy.

Dr Sharada Chigurupati is an Associate Professor in the Department of Literatures in English, School of Distance Education, The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. Her areas of interest are Postcolonial literatures and Indian Writing in English.

Soujanya Nyshadham is an English postgraduate from Osmania University PG College. She is a nature lover, a budding poet and a multilingual individual with a love for feminist and Postcolonial literature. And also loves to explore visual media and critique it.

Dr Supriya M is the Associate Professor, Department of English, Fatima Mata National College (Autonomous), Kollam, Kerala, with 26 years of teaching service. Her area of specialisation is Immigrant writing. She undertakes translation both into English and Malayalam. She has translated Telugu writer Volga’s Sahitya Academy Award-winning work Vimuktha into Malayalam.

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