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1. ارزیابی کتاب‌های آموزش زبان از منظر فرهنگ و جایگاه زبان انگلیسی به عنوان زبان بین‌المللی

Sasan Baleghizadeh; سلماز آقازاده

Volume 17, Issue 24 , June 2020, Pages 121-144


  در دنیای امـروز که ضرورت دانستن زبان انگلیسی برای انجام تعاملات بین فرهنگی امری غیرقابل انکار است، آموزش و یادگیری زبان انگلیسی باید همـراه بـا درنظر گرفتن ارزش­هـای ...  Read More

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2. 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


  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

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3. Ecocriticism and its Reflection in Works and Thoughts of Nimā Yushij and Ralph Waldo Emerson

Moslem Zolfagharkhani

Volume 17, Issue 24 , June 2020, Pages 247-276


  Introduction Ecocriticism in literature concentrates on literature and the environment or the Nature; it means it focuses on literature and the physical environment. Such study calls for collaboration between natural scientists, writers, literary critics, anthropologists, historians, and other disciplines. ...  Read More

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4. Abjection, the Abject, and the Formation of Masculine Identity in Shakespeare’s Hamlet: A Kristevan Perspective

Rakhshandeh Nabizadeh-Nodehi; Shideh Ahmadzadeh Heravi

Volume 17, Issue 24 , June 2020, Pages 307-326


  Abstract In Shakespeare’s portrayal of madness, mind and body are not considered as binary opposites; on the contrary, they appear to be closely intertwined. A number of the most memorable characters in Shakespeare’s dramatic works suffer from mental disorders. A study of these characters’ ...  Read More

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5. Metamorphosis in Emerson’s “Bacchus,” “Proteus,” and “Poet of Poets” and its Relationship with “Saghinameh” of

Roshanak Akrami

Volume 17, Issue 24 , June 2020, Pages 101-120


  Ralph Waldo Emerson’s idea of metamorphosis and metempsychosis, as traceable in his essays “History” and “Poet,” has recently attracted the attention of Emersonians such as Michael Corrigan and Michael Cowan. According to these scholars Emerson has expanded the Indian and ...  Read More

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6. An Expository Criticism of Ishmael Reed’s Reckless Eyeballing: Ideological or Emancipating Power of Literature

Ali Ahmadi; Azita Aryan; Negar Sharif

Volume 17, Issue 24 , June 2020, Pages 39-61


  IntroductionAlthusser's superiority in twentieth-century philosophy is due to his refined definition of ideology. He provides another foundation for Marxist philosophy and he considers it as a science leading  to historical materialism; thus, Althusser's definition of ideology leads to the argument ...  Read More

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7. Assessment of the German Language Teaching Curriculum at the Islamic Azad University

ّFarahnaz Taghipour; Leilie Mesgarzadeh Aghdam

Volume 17, Issue 24 , June 2020, Pages 145-170


  Curriculum is a pre-regulated document that includes the general learning goals, the goals for any of the provided subjects, teaching activities and evaluating methods. Nowadays, by the increase in the number of foreign language students, teaching language has gained a considerable importance and a great ...  Read More

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8. جستجوی مکان و خویشتن؛ بررسی داستان گل‌های زوال پاتریک مودیانو از منظر ژئوپوئتیک

Fatemeh Sokout Jahromi; محمدحسین جواری; الله شکر اسداللهی

Volume 17, Issue 24 , June 2020, Pages 171-187


  چکیده: ژئوپوئتیک، نظریه‌ی نوظهور نقد ادبی و هنری ست که به اهمیت و نقش مکان در آثار ادبی و هنری می‌پردازد. ژئوپوئتیک رویکردی باز و بینارشته‌ای‌ست. این رویکرد علاوه بر ...  Read More

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9. Comparative analysis of "women's rights and personality" In the Long Tale and the movie "The Wight nights ", by Dostoyevsky and Saeed Agighi

Hesam Khalouei; Seddighe Alipoor

Volume 17, Issue 24 , June 2020, Pages 189-219


  Literature and cinema are two artistic branches that have always had interactions and close relationships with each other. The influence of these two has created befitting works either in literature or in cinema. The "Wight nights" movie in the early eighties of the solar decade was written by Saeed ...  Read More

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10. Transculturation, Ideology, and Double Consciousness in LeRoi Jones’s (Amiri Baraka’s) The Great Goodness of Life: A Coon Show and The Slave Ship

Sussan Rahimi Bagha; Leila Baradaran Jamili

Volume 17, Issue 24 , June 2020, Pages 221-246


  Introduction: This article attempts to analyze the concepts of transculturation, ideology and double consciousness in Amiri Baraka’s ideological plays; The Great Goodness of Life: A Coon Show (1969) and The Slave Ship (1967). In order to get this objective, Frantz Fanon’s concepts of transculturation ...  Read More

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11. The Study of Campzenship and Homo Sacer in Monica Ali’s In the Kitchen

Zahra Taheri

Volume 17, Issue 24 , June 2020, Pages 277-305


  This article focuses on the re-emergence of “camp” and rebirth of “homo sacers” in Monica Ali’s In the Kitchen (2009) through the perspective of new-left thinkers. Deploying Giorgio Agamben’s views, the writer has tried to discuss how the biopolitical stands of the ...  Read More

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12. On the Effect of Hard, Soft, Reciprocal, and Virtual Scaffolding Types on Iranian EFL Learners' Reading Strategy Development

Noushin Asadipiran; shahram Afraz; Ayatollah Razmjoo

Volume 17, Issue 24 , June 2020, Pages 63-99


  The present study was designed following a scaffolding principle of sociocultural theory (Wood, Bruner & Ross, 1976) with an attempt to investigate the role of the four scaffolding techniques, namely Hard, Soft (Saye & Brush, 2002), Reciprocal (Holton & Clarke, 2006), and Virtual (Yelland ...  Read More