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

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Contents 1 -2
Students’ Review on Interpreting Teaching in Libya: Challenges and Future Prospects
Mohammed Juma Zagood
3-16
Narrative Control or Aesthetic Ideal: Cognitive Narrative Reading of Milan Kundera’s Life Is Elsewhere
Sara Mechraoui
17 -34
The Landscape of the Invisibles in Lynn Nottage’s Sweat
Marwa Ghazi Mohammed
35-42
A Critical Controversy: Reader-Response Theoreticians
Opposing New Critics
Alanoud Abdulaziz Alghanem
43-57
The Stylistic Amplification of Conceptual Metaphors in Translating Shakespeare into Arabic by Mohamed Enani
Lamis Ismail Omar
58 -71
The Mediterranean World and the ‘Turk’ in Shakespeare’s Representation of the British Empire
Houria HALIL & Bouteldja RICHE
72 -83
Upsurges of Timelessness: The Becket Tale between History and Dramaturgy
in Tennyson’s Becket, Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral and Anouilh’s Becket, or the Honour of God
Sahar Awadallah
. 84-96
The Genesis of the Translation of Children’s Classics: A Bourdieusian Account of ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ Ṣabrī’s Translation of Gulliver’s Travels (1909)
Khulud M. Almehmadi
97-113
Re-representing the Self: Saudi Translators’ Doxic Peritextual Practice of Deconstructing Orientalists’ Writings about Arabia [1]
Dimah Hamad Alharthi
114 -130
Empowerment of Love for Jane Austen’s Females: A Case of Creativity in Familiarity
Assia Alhasan & Noritah Omar
131-150
A Psychoanalysis Reading of Mary Turner’s Character in Lessing’s The Grass is Singing
Sofian Herouach
151-176
 Social Darwinism in O’Neill’s The Hairy Ape: Studies of the Modern Issues and Their Influences on American Society in the 1920s
Fatimah Saleh A Alhumoud
177- 186
From Feminization of Fiction to Feminine Metafiction in Gaskell’s Wives and Daughters and Woolf’s Orlando
Wassila HAMZA REGUIG MOURO
187-201
Junto Diaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao: A Narrative of Identity and Diaspora
Samirah Almutairi
202-212
Application of Class Shift in Translation from English to Chinese
Fali MI
213-224
The Icons in the Story of Al-Zill Al-Ari [The Naked Shadow] A Semiotic Study
Abdulhameed Saif Alhusami & Mohammed Abdullah A. Hizabr Alhusami
225- 237
The Impact of the Lebanese Civil War on Weaving the Texture of the Narrative of Ghada Al-Samman’s Beirut Nightmares
Nedal Al-Mousa
238 -248

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