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Volume 20 (2023)
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Volume 18 (2021)
Volume 17 (2020)
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Volume 15 (2018)
Volume 14 (2018)
Volume 13 (2017)
Volume 12 (2016)
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The Correspondence of the Strategies of Affective Impressionism with the Principles of Affective Realism in the Wessex’s Narrative Discourse

Saeid Behnoud; Negar Sharif; Zahra Bordbari

Volume 20, Issue 30 , July 2023, , Pages 37-60

https://doi.org/10.48308/clls.2023.103676

Abstract
  Introduction: As the investigation of the Wessex’s paratextual material reveals, Hardy’s insightful conviction on the primacy of emotional reasoning over logical cognition in the mind’s nexus informs his predetermined intentionality in assigning the impressionistic elicitation of affective ...  Read More

A New Look to the Manner of the Un/intelligible Female Gender Identity and Roles Construction in Selected Plays by Tennessee Williams

Niloufar Aminpour; Jalal Sokhanvar; Zahra Bordbari

Volume 18, Issue 27 , February 2022, , Pages 125-144

https://doi.org/10.52547/clls.18.27.125

Abstract
  Judith Butler efforts to highlight the significant role of the cultural heterosexism in the construction of female gender identity and roles by referring to repetitive acts through abjection, continuity among sex, gender, and sexual desire, interpellation, and exclusion of female gender . Tennessee Williams ...  Read More

Examining the Concept of “Cosmopsis,” through a Pyrrhonist Approach in The End of the Road by John Barth

Bahman Zarrinjooee; Seyed Vahid Abtahi

Volume 17, Issue 24 , June 2020, , Pages 15-38

https://doi.org/10.29252/clls.17.24.15

Abstract
  John Barth, among postmodern American novelists, is apt to be called the reviver of Pyrrhonist tradition in the Twentieth century. In his creation of Pyrrhonist characters, he criticizes the American value system and the empty life of contemporary man in a broad sense. The End of the Road, Barth’s ...  Read More