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AWEJ for Translation & Literary Studies Volume, 5 Number 4.  October 2021                                     Pp. 1-2

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Contents 1
 In a Melting Pot of Autobiography: Pickthall’s With the Turk in Wartime and the Cause of Islam
Ebtisam Ali Sadiq
2-16
 Bewilderment between Might and Right: Tawfiq al-Hakim’s The Sultan’s Dilemma  (al-Sulṭan al-Ha’ir)
Maysoon Taher Muhi
17-26
 Investigating the Translation Strategies Used in Rendering Cultural Bound Expressions in Barghouthy’s Memoire I Was Born There, I Was Born Her
Mohammed S. El Haj Ahmed & Rola A. Mansour
27-45
 Gender-Based Violence in Moroccan Folktales
Fatima Zahra Touzani
46-59
 Shame and Alcoholism in Paula Hawkins’s The Girl on the Train
Maysaa H. Jaber
60-71
 The Critical Approach in Al-Muazana  “In the Modern Equalization of Criticism”  (A Criticism of Criticism)
Amal Abdullah Al-Huwairini
72-79
 From other Exiles: Alienation or the Madness of Herzog?
Ramzi Marrouchi
80-91
 Evaluation of Wadjda: A Comparative Discourse Analysis of Western and Saudi Movie Reviews
Maram Saleh Almohaimeed
92-108
 Distorted and Limiting Semantically Divergent Translated Meaning of Arabic Loanwords in the Malay Language as Educational Instrument
Nur Afifah binti Abas, Mohd Nizam bin Sahad  & Alia Sa’ad Eldin Abusahyon
109-139
 Feminist Criticism in Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse and Ibrahim Ahmed’s Janî Gel
Diyar Mohammed
140-152
 Exploring the Postcolonial Concept through the Eye of European Expansionism and Imperialism
Waleed Hamad
153-161
Translating Imperative Sentences from English into Indonesian: COVID-19 Outbreak Text
Milisi Sembiring, Risnawaty, Roswani Siregar, Yulia Arfanti & Ceisy Nita Wuntu
162-171
 The Psychological Makeup of Scottie’s Character in Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo
Kifah (Moh’d Khair) Ali Al Omari & Baker Bani-Khair
172- 179
The Poetics of Female Resistance in Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night
Olfa Gandouz Ayeb
180-189
Difficulty in Poetry: A Stylistic Model Reviewer:
Eman Adil Jaafar
190-193
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