AWEJ for Translation & Literary Studies Volume, 5 Number 3.  August 2021                                     Pp. 1-2

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Contents 1
Elizabeth I’s Royal Progresses: A Study of Formal Orations and Poetic Recitations
Sihem Garrouri
2-16
The East in the Western Perception: Orientalism in some selected Poems of Lord Byron
Afaf Ahmed Hasan Al-Saidi
17-26
Alienation in Harry Potter
Ayman Khaled Hussein, Mohd Nazri bin Latiff Azmi &Mohammad Nusr Mohammad Al-Subaihi
27-39
Gothic Reality: A Study of Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights
Roumaissa Moussaoui
40-54
Coronavirus Apocalypse: A Representation of Despair and Resilience
Nesreen Al-Harby
55-69
The Poetry of Darwish in the 1960s: Homeland and Exile
Hajar Mahfoodh
70- 81
Translating Animal Idioms from English into Arabic: An Application of Nida’s Strategies for Translating Idioms
Filwah Dawood Al-Qahtani & Osama Abdulrhman Al Qahtani
82-100
Hailsham as an Intimate Space: A Bachelardian Reading of Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go
Soumaya Bouacida ,Ikram Lecheheb, Itidel Boumali & Nada Khlifa
101-112
An Ecolinguistic Perspective on Framing of Animals in Quranic Discourse
Ansa Hameed
113-124
The Quranic Conditionally Pharyngealized Sounds: An Optimality Theory Perspective
Fatima Abdullah Almousa & Faisal M. Al-Mohanna
125-150
The Reception of Ernest Hemingway’s Works in Albanian Literature and Culture
Lirak Karjagdiu, Naim Kryeziu &  Isa Spahiu
151-168
‘Light’ as a Source Domain for Metaphors in the Holy Quran
Marwa Ibrahim Elamin & Albatool Ahmed Alhazmi
169 -184
 Moroccan Berber Patrimony: An Aptitude for Transnationalism and Universal Coexistence
Sofian Herouach
185-202
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