AWEJ for Translation & Literary Studies Volume, 6 Number 4.  October 2022                                     Pp. 1-2

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Foreword

guest-author : Manfred Malzahn

1
The Structure of Laughter in Shakespeare’s 1 Henry IV

guest-author : Paul Innes

2-14
Analysis of the Algerian Novel Fahla (Rabah Sbaa) from a Sociolinguistic Approach

guest-author : Nassima Kerras & Moulay Lahssan Baya

15-31
The Cultural and Semantic Problems Encountered in Translating the Arabic Qur’anic- Specific Lexica ”Alkyedالكَيْدُ” in Sūrat Yusuf into English

guest-author : Ali Albashir Mohammed Alhaj

32-47
Mystical Symbols of Divine Love in the Poetry of Omar Tarin and William Blake: A Comparative Cognitive Analysis

guest-author : Amatulhafeez Alvi, Ravichandran Vengadasamy & Melissa Shamini Periasamy

48-65
Addressing the Role of Female Interpreters in Supporting Humanitarian Context

guest-author : Ahmed Mohammed Moneus

66-78
Analyzing Robert Frost’s Statement  Writing Free Verse is Like Playing Tennis without a Net

guest-author : Suzanne A. Wazzan

79-88
The Image of the Artist in Orhan Pamuk’s My Name is Red and Irving Stone’s The Agony and Ecstasy

guest-author : Maha Qahtan Sulaiman

89-101
A Critical Analysis of William Blake’s Short Poems: Depth in Simplicity

guest-author : Ghassan Nawaf Jaber Alhomoud

102-112
The Rewriting of Characters’ Dialogue: Translating Literary Dialectal Dialogue in Saudi and Egyptian Novels*

guest-author :  Eman Suraid Almutairi

113-141
Soueif’s Aisha: A Portrait of Memory, Time, and Liberation

guest-author : Samira Brahimi

142-151
Translating Cognitive Metaphors from English into Arabic in Modern Media Discourse

guest-author : Ahmed Hakami

152-161
Totalitarianism and Class Warfare in George Orwell’s Animal Farm
guest-author : Bechir Saoudi, Moudhi Al-Dossary, Alhanof Mohammed Al-Tamimi, Noura Saud Al-Moadi , Asma Mohammed Al-Tamimi, Shrooq  Sanad Al-Anzi, Mariam Ebrahim Abdullah Al-Shreem, Alanoud Awadh Al-Otaibi
162-179
 Science Fiction in Translation: Perspectives on the Global Theory and Practice of Translation  

guest-author : Ian Campbell

180-185
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