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AWEJ for Translation & Literary Studies Volume, 3 Number 4. October 2019          Pp. 1

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Article Titles & Authors Pages
Contents 1
 Investigating Social Class Inequality in Malcolm Bradbury’s Eating People Is Wrong
Noureddine Friji
3-18
Strategies of Desire in Nejoud Al-Yagout’s Poetry
Shahd Alshammari
19-23
Elevating Social Status by Racial Passing and White Assimilation:
in George Schuyler’s Black No More
Menia Mohammad Almenia
24-35
Dialects on Screen: Translating Jordanian Dialect into English
The Case of Captain Abu Raed Film
Hamza Ethelb
36-45
The Effects of the Use of Google Translate on Translation Students’ Learning Outcomes
Reem Alsalem
46-60
The Pragmatics of Romance in the First World War’ Poetry
Jinan Kadhim Isma’eel & Rufaidah Kamal Abdulmajeed
61-85
Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet: Maladjustment of Masculine and Feminine Traits as the True Cause of Tragedy
Chatta Bala Swamy , Paturi Madhuri Devi  & Koppada Venugopal
86 -97
Teaching Translation at the university level with Reference to the Department of English, College of Languages, University of Baghdad: Difficulties and
Remedies
Munthir Manhal Mohammed
98 – 106
Shakespearean Style and Technique in Modern Assamese Drama:
A Study of Reception and Response
Mohammad Rezaul Karim
107-117
Errors in Arabic-English Translation among Saudi Students: Comparative Study Between Two Groups of Students
Islam Ababneh
118-129
Teacher-Student Relationship in William Gibson’s The Miracle Worker and George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion
Falak Ibrahim Abbas
130-138
“And what’s he then that says I play the villain”: Understanding Iago as a Histrionic
Mohammad Wajih J. Alyo
139-154
A Critical Exploration of Abbas Ali Aboud’s Novel Rites of Departure
Al Tayeb Al Nasri Mohammed Ahmed Abu Al Ghasim
155-162
Uncanny Planes of Menace in Heather Raffo’s 9 Parts of Desire
Sahar Abdel Khalek Awad Allah
163-174
A Deconstructive  Reading of William Golding ‘s  Lord of the Flies for EFL Learners in the Saudi Context
Usman Shah & Majed  O.  Abahussain
Film as a Tool for Teaching Arabic Cultures
Samar Zahrawi
 189-207
Toward a Sublime-to-Translate Literary Genre: The Quran Self-explained by Micro- and Macro-stylistic Conventions
Mohammad Amin Hawamdeh
   208- 222

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