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Volume 18 (2021)
Volume 17 (2020)
Volume 16 (2019)
Volume 15 (2018)
Volume 14 (2018)
Volume 13 (2017)
Volume 12 (2016)
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Volume 10 (2015)
Volume 7 (2014)
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Original Article
Electronic Literature and Multimodal Web-Fictions

Hanieh Zaltash; Farid Parvaneh; Narges Montakhabi Bakhtvar

Volume 20, Issue 30 , July 2023, Pages 13-36


  IntroductionThe inauguration of electronic literature is highly entwined with the evolution of digital media, in a sense that it is called “digital born,” which refers to the works of art that are created on a computer and meant to be read on a computer. Multimodal web-fictions, also known ...  Read More

Original Article
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


  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

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Studying and comparing the level of literariness of the sixth chapter of Saadi's Golestan and its Russian translation based on the Busemann equation

Mahnush Eskandari; Ali Saeidi

Volume 20, Issue 30 , July 2023, Pages 61-89


  One of the controversial issues in translating important Persian literary works into other languages ​​is to examine the level of literariness of the translated text compared to the original text. In statistical stylistics, by examining the form and content of the works, it is possible to achieve ...  Read More

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Eco-psychological Reading of Barbara Kingsolver’s Animal Dreams

Narges Raoufzadeh; راضیه اسلامیه; Morteza Lak

Volume 20, Issue 30 , July 2023, Pages 91-112


  Introduction: Issues and topics related to nature and the environment has attracted the attention of a large number of theorists and critics. What has made the human mind focus for a long time is the importance of preserving nature, plant and animal species, which play a very essential role in maintaining ...  Read More

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Comparing the Performances of the Female Translators from New and Old Generations in Translating Taboo Words and Investigating the Effect of Culture on their Performances

Pariya Azad

Volume 20, Issue 30 , July 2023, Pages 113-133


  Introduction Language is the most important means of communication in human societies. Language uses for different needs. Sometimes it has a positive and negative meaning. Therefore, in linguistics, language is considered a double-edged sword that needs using with awareness. Translating taboo phrases ...  Read More

Original Article
Sexuation and Phallic Castration: A Psychoanalytic Study of the Impossibility of Sexual Relationship in Lisa Unger’s Fragile

Mehdi Khoshkalam Pour; Bakhtiar Sadjadi; Fariba Parvizi

Volume 20, Issue 30 , July 2023, Pages 135-160


  Introduction: The present paper proposes that Lisa Unger’s Fragile (2010) is involved in a late capitalist social phenomenon that announces both the extinction of the authoritative Oedipal Father and the liberation of mOther and son from his reign. The Hollowers in the novel are incapable of experiencing ...  Read More

Original Article
The study of Greimas Actional Pattern in Parallel Worlds :1Q84 novel by Haruki Murakami

afsoun abdirad; Arsalan Golfam

Volume 20, Issue 30 , July 2023, Pages 161-182


  One of the most important features of postmodern storytelling and surreal literature is cognitive uncertainty or integration of reality and fantasy; Because unlike modern story which emphasizes theme of cognition, postmodern story deepens theme of ontology and that requires confusion of ontological levels ...  Read More

Original Article
The necessity of teaching German pragmatics in order to reduce errors in Iranian language learners

Sima Moghtader; Seyed Saied Firuzabadi; Afsoun Goudarzpour Aragh

Volume 20, Issue 30 , July 2023, Pages 183-209


  IntroductionMaking errors in the process of learning German, generally also has positive aspects, because it indicates the level of linguistic knowledge and specifies ambiguous points in the learning process of the learner. Many of the mistakes of language learners are hidden because such errors ...  Read More

Original Article
Teacher Education and EFL Student Teachers' Professional Identity Construction

Mehri Jalali; Mohammad Mahdi Soroush; Ali Akabar Khomeijani Farahani

Volume 20, Issue 30 , July 2023, Pages 211-238


  Introduction Identity is an ongoing concept that is generally described in terms of a set of one’s personal features in comparison to other persons (Pennington, 2015). It is stated that identity is associated with our concept of who think we are, and what others think of us (Gee, 2000). The line ...  Read More

Original Article
Sartre's Existentialism and 'Bad Faith' in The White Devil by John Webster

Narges Bagheri; Mohammad Tavallaei

Volume 20, Issue 30 , July 2023, Pages 239-259


  IntroductionAll humans may attempt to evade their mistakes and justify their deeds with different tricks. One of these ways that have a philosophical and ontological root is “bad faith”. In the twentieth century, the French philosopher Joan-Paul Sartre introduced this philosophical concept ...  Read More

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The Portrait of the Writer as a Mosaicist: Lucien Dällenbach's Mosaics in Virginia Woolf's Fragmentary Writing

Shafigheh Keivan

Volume 20, Issue 30 , July 2023, Pages 261-280


  Introduction: With the advent of modernity, Mimesis and the classical art and literature proved to be no more the adequate methods of representation. Strongly conscious of the changes of her era, Virginia Woolf is one of the first writers of the twentieth century to have used and developed the "fragmentary ...  Read More

Original Article
Lived Experience of Pain: Memory and Consciousness A Case Study on the Character of Luzhin in Vladimir Nabokov’s The Defense (Zashchita Luzhina)

Leili Kafi; Kian Soheil; Keihan Bahmani; Newsha Ahmadi

Volume 20, Issue 30 , July 2023, Pages 280-300


  Introduction: Pain as a positive phenomenon is rare in literary studies, especially in those related to Nabokov. This research, for the first time, discusses ideas of Damasio on emotions and consciousness and applies it to the character of Luzhin through close reading of the text to show how the individual’s ...  Read More