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Chaos and Butterfly Effect in Game of Thrones by George Raymond Richard Martin

Atieh Momenzadeh; Bahman Zarrinjooee

Volume 19, Issue 29 , March 2023, , Pages 45-65


  Game of Thrones is the first book of Song of Ice and Fire series by American author George Raymond Richard Martin; a fictional-epic story set in the realm of Westeros. The main line of story is the struggle and war to reach the Iron Throne, during which several other stories are born. What distinguishes ...  Read More

Narrative- Photographic Emplotment of Native American Collective Memories and History in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Storytelling

Leila Babaeinia; بهمن زرینجویی

Volume 17, Issue 25 , January 2021, , Pages 140-163


  The purpose of this article is to examine the multiple structure of storytelling in Storyteller (1981) by Leslie Marmon Silko (1946- ), an Indian American author using the ideas of Hayden White, Susan Sontag, and Roland Barthes, and to provide a histor- ical-artistic reading concerning the role of images ...  Read More

The Discourse of Othering Nature: Ecocritical Reading of Wild Rare Animals in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide

Bahman Zarrinjooee

Volume 14, Issue 18 , June 2018, , Pages 103-132

  Abstract Nowadays the discussions about nature and environments are significant particularly in humanities. The place of intersection between humanities and experimental sciences comes from the relationship between man and nature, and the fact that how these two issues are related and interacted. This ...  Read More

Psycho-geographical Discourse in James Joyce’s Ulysses: Psycho-verbal Architecture of Dublin

Bahman Zarrinjooee

Volume 13, Issue 17 , October 2017, , Pages 147-173

  City, as an active and dynamic organism, a literary mapping of a metropolitan consciousness and a site of culture, is an emblematic space that transforms man’s daily life. Nowadays, cities are not merely more than known geographical borders but they are psycho-verbally mapped. Focusing on James Joyce’s ...  Read More