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علمی - پژوهشی
A Survey of ELT Teachers and Learners’ Perception of Learner’s Autonomy in Iran and Turkey

Sasan Baleghizadeh; مریم مقیمی

Volume 18, Issue 26 , July 2021, Pages 15-34


  By acquiring a new language, people can not only come to respect differences, but also realize that they live in a small world. Although there are many positive aspects regarding acquiring a new language, not every person who attempts to learn a new language succeeds in obtaining the ability to effectively ...  Read More

علمی - پژوهشی
Recreation of Identity in History: Static and Dynamic History in Martin Amis’s Time’s Arrow and London Fields

Mahdi Nezami; Farid Parvaneh

Volume 18, Issue 26 , July 2021, Pages 35-54


  IntroductionMartin Amis’s novels, Time’s Arrow (1991), and London Fields (1989) have many layers of interpretations including historical study by which scientific study may be distilled. Annealing, as a method in metallurgy science, can be taken into consideration for understanding one of ...  Read More

علمی - پژوهشی
Poetry as an Event of Silence in Archibald MacLeish’s “Ars Poetica”: A Heideggerian-Deleuzean Reading

Hojat Goodarzi; Zahra Jannessari Ladani

Volume 18, Issue 26 , July 2021, Pages 55-76


  Meaning-making in the Deleuze-Guattari semantic region is a revolutionary and artistic schizophrenia, contrary to the conventional process of semantics of conventional reason. Revolutionary means minor literature, and artistic means poetic. The poetics of meaning in poetry is held silently as an event ...  Read More

علمی - پژوهشی
Albert Camus: Novel against psychological realism (The Novel of the Stranger as a case study)

aref danyali

Volume 18, Issue 26 , July 2021, Pages 77-104


   The main objective of this study is to understand how novel can be read against psychological reality. As a case study, this paper addresses the Novel of the Stranger by Camus. Embedded in Kundera’s reading on the linkage between psychology on novel and psychology, the main question here ...  Read More

علمی - پژوهشی
From Persian “Prologue” to English “Invocation”: A Comparative Study of Ferdowsi’ Shahnameh and John Milton’s Paradise Lost

مسلم ذوالفقارخانی; Mahmood Reza Ghorban Sabbagh

Volume 18, Issue 26 , July 2021, Pages 105-134


  The present study aims at revealing Rhetoric in Persian and English language and literature and discussing its major classifications by rhetoricians, while emphasizing “Prologue” in Shahnameh and “Invocation” in Paradise Lost. To do this, some of the most significant contemporary ...  Read More

علمی - پژوهشی
The study of the role of memory in the didactics of grammar and grammatical exercises of FFL in Iran

Leila Shobeiry

Volume 18, Issue 26 , July 2021, Pages 135-162


  Learning a foreign language such as French always faces various challenges, including overcoming the grammatical problems of learners. Given that grammatical exercises can functionally play an important role in learning the grammar of a foreign language, in this study we aim to look for a relationship ...  Read More

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Panopticism or Post- Panopticism, that is the Question: As an Other, One can never Leave

Zahra Taheri

Volume 18, Issue 26 , July 2021, Pages 163-186


  This article focuses on the notions of panopticism and post-panopticism in Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West (2017) through the perspective of left thinkers. Using Foucault’s and Lyon’s views, the writer tries to discuss how the exit of the migrants from the panoptic, disciplinary communities ...  Read More

علمی - پژوهشی
A Voyage to the Fragmented Borders of Self and the Merging Boundaries of Identity in Margaret Atwood's Surfacing
Volume 18, Issue 26 , July 2021, Pages 187-204


  The purpose of this paper is to analyze the merging boundaries of “Self” in Margaret Atwood's Surfacing, a novel written in 1972. Atwood explores the inner conflict of the protagonist and pursues the gender roles and discriminations towards women. The narrator is suppressed in the wilderness, ...  Read More

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Colored Subjectivities: Self, Mind, and Body in Sam Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners

Farzad Kolahjooei

Volume 18, Issue 26 , July 2021, Pages 205-228


  This paper depicts the lived experience of the black characters in Sam Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners with regard to the concepts of self, mind, and body. Reading Selvon in the light of Fanonian concept of epidermalization and Freudian notion of melancholia, the current research argues that the ...  Read More

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The Transition from Panoptical Discourse to Dromological Discourse

Ehsaneh Eshaghi; Reza Najafzadeh

Volume 18, Issue 26 , July 2021, Pages 229-246


  The decentered subjectivity which is studied by Paul Virilio is the result of modernity and humans' alienation from himself and the surrounding. The consequential detachment from the background human history by manifesting the unfolded and shattered human history, along with the humanistic spirit is ...  Read More

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Noir Heterotopias and Spatial Discourse in Raymond Chandler’s The Big Sleep, Farewell, My Lovely and The Long Goodbye

Moein Moradi; Amir Ali Nojoumian

Volume 18, Issue 26 , July 2021, Pages 247-266


  Using paradoxical spatializations, Raymond Chandler challenges the conventional representation of the Southern California region. The coexistence of heterogeneous elements in Chandler’s novels depicts a particular kind of mid-twentieth-century noir genre. These literary spaces, under epistemological ...  Read More

Original Article
The Effect of Digital Image Guide on EFL Learners’ Intercultural Communicative Competence

Musa Nushi; Saleh Rahimi; Fatemeh Rahimi

Volume 18, Issue 26 , July 2021, Pages 267-298


  The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of digital image guide, a method of teaching in the field of visual literacy, on improving Iranian EFL learners’ intercultural communicative competence. This study employed quasi-experimental research design with pre-test/post-test control group. ...  Read More