Eclectic Representations

Biannual and Peer-Reviewed Journal of English Language and Literature

Published by the PG & Research Department of English Language and Literature

About the Journal

Eclectic Representation is a peer-reviewed biannual journal, which covers English literature from the time of Chaucer to the Present Day and themes related to the English language.

Aim and Scope

  • Present scholarly essays on diverse works of literature, film, folk studies, translation studies, etc.
  • Encourage re-reading of familiar authors, as well as those that champion new or neglected works.
  • Promote diversity of methodologies.
  • Examine a wide range of literary, critical and creative topics.

Value Commitment

  • Re-appraisal of accepted views.
  • Reinforce the pleasure for which literature and other works of arts are created through criticism and scholarship.
  • Alignment of originality in interpretations to the best scholarly standards.
  • Ensure a holistic discourse on an understanding of the constructive and the skeptical at a time when criticism has become so diversified.

A Celebration of Diversity

  • The journal brings together scholars from throughout the world to facilitate information flow and discussion on developing systematic approaches to the study of English Language and Literature and applying such approaches to the interpretation of literary works and culture at large.


Submission Guidelines

Previously unpublished manuscripts that are well-written, organized, concise and readable, and conforms to the specifications of the 8th edition of the MLA Handbook to be submitted.


  • 3000 words
  • MS Word
  • Font size 12
  • Times New Roman
  • Double spaced

Cover Page of Manuscript

  • Title
  • Author
  • Address
  • E-mail ID
  • Mobile No.

Criteria for Evaluation

  • Anchored in theory
  • New original insights
  • Significant contribution to the field
  • Sound scholarship
  • Research Design
  • Appropriate references to other authors and works