AWEJ for Translation & Literary Studies Volume, 5 Number 1. February 2021                                     Pp. 1-2

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 Democratizing the Dramatic Text: Wannous’s Late Aesthetics and Individual Freedom
Samar Zahrawi
3-19
 The Challenge of Training Translators and Interpreters in the Social Context of Foreign Unaccompanied Minors
Hanan Saleh Hussein
20 -39
Arabic Contemporary Poetic Drama: Ali Ahmed Ba-Kathir A Pioneer
Yahya Saleh Hasan Dahami
40-59
Textual Analysis of James Joyce’s Dubliners: A Fanonian Reading
FERHI Samir
60-71
Anachronism in Geoffrey Hill’s “Mercian Hymns”
Nadia Ali Ismael
72-81
The Use and Abuse of Machine Translation in Vocabulary Acquisition
among L2 Arabic-Speaking Learners
Lamis Ismail Omar
82-98
 Photography as a Reflection of the Photographer’s Pain in Time Stands Still
Madhawy Abdulaziz Almeshaal
99-112
 Translation of Idioms:  How They are Reflected in Movie Subtitling
Yana Shanti Manipuspika & Damai Reska Julia Winzami
113-125
 Roses in Amber: Gendered Discourse in Disney’s 2017 Adaptation of Villeneuve’s Fairytale Beauty and the Beast
Atoof Abdullah Rashed & Laila. M. Al-Sharqi
126-143
Islamophobia, Othering and the Sense of Loss: Leila Aboulela’s The Kindness of Enemies
Khaled Abkar Alkodimi
144-158
Perplexity and Predicament: A Corpus Stylistic Analysis of A Summer Bird-Cage
Xuqin Lin
159-176
 Maya Angelou’s Battle with Alienation in I know Why the Caged Bird Sings
Qudsia Zaini & Mohsin Hasan Khan
177-186
Evolution of Creation from Mythology to Reality: A Multidisciplinary Study into the Roots of Shelley’s Frankenstein and Ahmed Sa’adawi’s Frankenstein in Baghdad
Karzan Aziz Mahmood
187-200
Insanity and Murder in Robert Browning’ and Robert Lowell’s Dramatic Monologues.
Maha Qahtan Sulaiman
201-209
“Fuel Burns Mixed with Seawater”: The Relationship between the Refugee Tragedy and the Ecological Crisis in the Mediterranean Sea in Khaled Mattawa’s Mare Nostrum (2019)
Ashwaq Basnawi
210 -224
Developing Language Skills and Building Characters through Literature
Fatchul Mu’in
 225-233
 A Postcolonial Scrutiny of the Media Imperialism in Wajahat Ali’s The Domestic Crusaders
Maram Mohammed Samman
234 -247
 Language as Students’ Artistic Value: Linguodidactic Dimension
Iryna Guslenko, Еvgeniya Myropolska & Natalia Myropolska
248 -261
Pip’s Ego Oscillations in Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations
Bechir Saoudi, Lama Fahad Al-Eid, Noura Mohammed Al-Break, Rahaf Saad Al-Samih & Tarfah Abdullah Al-Hammad
 262 -278
Reading F.S. Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby through Aristotle’s Eyes: Friendship, Gifts, and Commodities
Ibrahim Henna & Sabrina Zerar
279-295
The Evolution of Post-Postmodernism: Aesthetics of Reality and Trust in Jonathan
Franzen’s The Corrections and Freedom
Mashael H. Aljadaani & Laila M. Al-Sharqi
296-323
Reconstructing the Mother-Daughter Relationship: Lydia Davis and Amy Tan
Hala Ewaidat
324-335
The Integration of Computer-Aided Translation Tools in Translator-Training Programs in Saudi Universities: Toward a More Visible State
Lama A. Al-Rumaih

336 362

A Cognitive Analysis of Si Mohand’s Translated Poetry L’Amitié Bafouée
Kahina MECHAT & Souryana YASSINE
363-377
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