Volume 18 (2021)
Volume 17 (2020)
Volume 16 (2019)
Volume 15 (2018)
Volume 14 (2018)
Volume 13 (2017)
Volume 12 (2016)
Volume 11 (2015)
Volume 10 (2015)
Volume 7 (2014)
Volume 6 (2013)
Volume 5 (2012)
Volume 4 (2012)
Volume 3 (2010)
Volume 2 (2009)
Volume 1 (2008)

Original Article
One should Tell the Unvarnished Truth: Meta-historical Romance in Wrinkle’s Wash

Zahra Taheri

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 July 2022

Abstract
  Introduction: despite the popularity of realistic historical novel in the nineteenth century, especially in works by Sir Walter Scott, as the prime genre for the representation of bourgeois class and its value system, it is the postmodern version which has surpassed its ancestor and put this literary ...  Read More

Original Article
Studying Spectrum Analysis in Fiction: Historical Residues in Thomas Pynchon’s V. and The Crying of Lot 49

Mahdi Nezami; Farid Parvaneh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 July 2022

Abstract
  Spectrum analysis revolves around the cultural works of the past that is due to the frequency and the residues of the past events. Spectrum analysis of the selected two novels, V. and The Crying of Lot 49, by Thomas Pynchon in the light of Michel Foucault’s Discourse Analysis and Jean Francois ...  Read More

Original Article
A Bourdieusian Study of Food and Socio-cultural Identity in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus

Maryam Moein Kharazi; Kaihan Bahmani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 July 2022

Abstract
  Culinary literary criticism is a new field which has gathered interest among many scholars around the world. The cultural significance of gastronomic representations in literary texts is usually interconnected with the issues of gender, race, and class. The current study aims to examine the relation ...  Read More

Original Article
An ‘Intra’textual Reading of David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas

Alireza Farahbakhsh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 July 2022

Abstract
  Introduction: Like intertextuality, intratextuality is an important notion in textual analysis and narratological studies. It does not deny functional and conceptual similarities with intertextuality, which is a more familiar narratological term. While intertextuality seeks interconnectedness among hypertexts ...  Read More

Original Article
Personality Development Crises in The Room by Harold Pinter

Mahdi Javidshad; Morteza Jafari; Navid Maghsoud

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 July 2022

Abstract
  IntroductionThe Room, written in 1957 but published in 1960 is Harold Pinter’s first work and in a way includes the most frequently encountered theme of his other plays: an anxious and frightened character exposed to the possible threats of the external world emerging apparently from nowhere. In ...  Read More

Original Article
Shakespeare and the Holy Quran: Religious Tragedy of Hamlet and Evolution of Soul in Renaissance Man

fahimeh Khalili Teilami; Jalal Sokhanvar

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 July 2022

Abstract
  Introduction: Aristotle, the ancient Greek philosopher, is the founder of Islamic philosophy including transcendental wisdom while Christian thoughts have not been influenced by the Greek philosophies (Brague 252). Mulla Sadra as the founder of Quranic thought succeeded in uniting the four currents of ...  Read More

Original Article
ْThe shortened copy of- Validating a Motivational Self System Questionnaire for EFL Learners

shokouh Rashvand Semiyari; majid Ghorbani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 July 2022

Abstract
  Introduction: Since motivation plays a considerable role in education in general and in learning foreign languages in particular, presenting a measurement instrument that could better reflect relevant self-imagery seems necessary. This study was conducted to validate a four scale Second Language Motivational ...  Read More

Original Article
Social Engagement in Fiction in the Age of Semio-capitalism: The Case of David Foster Wallace

Kaveh Khodambashi Emami; Hossein Pirnajmuddin

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 July 2022

Abstract
  Background of Study: Along with other thinkers such as Christian Marazzi and Antonio Negri Berardi has conceptualized the relation between language and the economy, and described the "subsumption" and the submission of the biopolitical sphere of affection and language to financial capitalism. However ...  Read More

Original Article
Manifestation of Hafez's Divan on Lorca's Poems

Soudabeh Bashizadeh

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 July 2022

Abstract
  IntroductionHafez is one of the most brilliant literary figures in the world, who has crossed the boundaries of space and time due to the characteristics of his poems, and his poems have been translated into almost all languages. The full version of the Divan has long been published in the West. In fact, ...  Read More

Original Article
The Role of Topological Studies in Language Teaching: A Study Based on Error Analysis in Constructing Relative Clauses

Kaveh Bahrami Sobhani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 July 2022

Abstract
  IntroductionOne of the main reasons for the error in the formation of relative clauses (RC) by Persian language learners who are learning German is the use of the relative pronoun to construct RC in German. In German, the relative pronoun agrees in both gender and number with the word it refers to, while ...  Read More

Original Article
A Comparison of Persian Translations of the Picture Book of "The Giving Tree": From the Perspective of the Interaction of Non-Verbal Elements

Amir Hossein Zanjanbar; Naimeh Ameri Feleihi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 July 2022

Abstract
  Introduction: Non-verbal elements are the invisible conduit for transmitting the personal ideology of the translator and other translators idiots (art director, editor, publisher, etc.). Due to the large number of translations of Silverstein's "Giving Tree" from English to Persian, and the various readings ...  Read More

Original Article
The Terroristic Narrative of The Mass Media in the Wake of 9/11 Attacks: A Baudrillardian Reading of Don DeLillo’s Falling Man

Amir Riahi Nouri; Ali Salami

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 July 2022

Abstract
  Introduction: The present article surveys Don DeLillo’s Falling Man so as to attest to the political resistance against the narrative of horror effected by the mass media in the wake of the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001. The researchers are inclined to read DeLillo’s novel in the ...  Read More

Original Article
The Reflection of Ideological and Anti-ideological Discourses in V.S. Naipaul’s A Bend in the River

Hoda Shabrang

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 31 July 2022

Abstract
  IntroductionThe key terms “hegemony” and “counter-hegemony” were first suggested by Antonio Gramsci to describe the soft power in the hands of the ruling system. In Gramsci’s definition, hegemony is related to those discourses in which the ruling system’s values are ...  Read More