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AWEJ for Translation & Literary Studies Volume, 4 Number 2. May 2020                                     Pp. 1-2

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Contents

Article Titles & authors Pages
Contents 1 -2
“But you’re Indian!” Cultural Hybridity and Assimilation in
The Namesake
Sura Mohammad Khrais
3-15
“Unhomeliness” and the Arab Woman in Fadia Faqir’s Pillars of Salt (1996)
Malika HAMMOUCHE
16 -30
A Conceptual Study of Metaphors in Moroccan Tachelhit Variety
Youness Boussaid
31-55
Conceptual Symbolic Narration in Virginia Woolf’s To The Lighthouse and The Waves from a Reader-response perspective
Said Ahmed Aboudaif
56 -68
The Representation of the Jews and Others in Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta and Shakespeare’s the Merchant of Venice on the Elizabethan Stage: Convention, Rhetoric , Sources and the Spirit of the Age
Walid Ali Zaiter
69-81
EFL Female Students’ Perception of Feminist Poetry: A Case Study in the Department of English at Umm Al-Qura University
Hadeel Jamal Azhar
82 -90
Michel Tournier’s Friday, or The Other Island: Rewriting Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe with Lacanian Signifiers
Waad Al-Zoubi & Mohammad Shaheen
91-104
 The Quest for Algerian Linguistic Independence
Abdelhamid Bessaid
105-119
 Bakhtin’s Dialogism as a Discursive Means of Resistance against Manipulated Gendered Spaces in Margaret Atwood’s TheHandmaid’sTale (1985) and Oryx and Crake (2003)
SELT Djihad Afaf & Kaid fatiha BERRAHAL
120-128
 Qur’anic Allusions in Naguib Mahfouz’s Midaq Alley: Comparing Two Arabic-English Translations
Najlaa R. Aldeeb
129 -142
 Blyden’s Philosophy and Its Impact on West African Intellectuals: Case of J.E. Casely Hayford of the Gold Coast (Ghana)
Ahmed Bouchemal & Faiza Meberbeche Senouci
143 -156
The Power of Memory in the Creation of  Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë:  when Transplanted  Biographical Details Become Fictionalized
LAYADI (née MOUFFAK) Khadidja
157-166
White Identity Problems in Kurt Vonnegut’s Science Fiction
Meryem MENGOUCHI & Wassila HAMZA REGUIG MOURO
167-176
Multimodal Conflict Management in English Fictional Discourse
Iryna Sieriakova , Olha Chernenko & Oleksandr Muntian
177-186
Resurrecting ‘Metaphor’ inside the EFL Poetry Classroom: a Nudge towards an Integrated-Model
Amina Bouali
187-220
Persona in Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Remains of the Day
Assil GHARIRI
221- 232
Women’s Education in Colonial Algeria: Emancipation, Alienation, and the Aphasia of Love in Assia Djebar’s L’Amour, la fantasia (1985)
Ahlem Harrat & Senouci Meberbeche Faiza
233 -239
Lancashire Dialect Examination in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Mary Barton
Amina AZZOUZ & Wassila HAMZA REGUIG-MOURO
240-246
 Investigating Category Translation Shifts of a BBC News Article from English into Arabic
Mashael ALMUTAIRI , Nouf AL KOUS & Mimouna ZITOUNI
247- 262
Reconstructing Identity through Voyages in/ out in Toni Morrison’s God Help the Child: A Psychogeographical Analysis
Hana Bougherira
263-275

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