Eurasian Journal of English Language and Literature (EJELL) is a professional, double-blind peer-reviewed journal devoted to publishing research articles in the field of English language, literature, linguistics, and applied linguistics. EJELL publishes theoretical and empirical studies in the form of original research, research reviews, case studies, and conceptual frameworks.
We would like to thank all the reviewers of Volume 3/Issue 1. Without their help and contribution, this issue could not have been produced.
Team of the issue:
Research ArticleViolation of Grice’s Maxims and its Effect on the Conversational Structure and Plot Development of Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go
EJELL would like to include more professional reviewers in the field of English Language and Literature to join its team.
Interested reviewers may send their CV to (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CALL for Articles
Volume 3 (Issue 2)
EJELL calls for research articles and conceptual papers, that are neither published nor submitted to any other journals, for its third volume, the second issue (2021).
Authors can submit their manuscripts including (Title, Abstract, Introduction, Related Studies, Research Methodology, Findings, Discussion, and Conclusions) using APA style 6th Edition. Upon acceptance, authors are required to follow the journal format guidelines.