Vol 10, No 2 (2015)

Studies in Literature and Language

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fi343

Studies in Literature and Language, Vol.10, No.2, February 28, 2015

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Table of Contents


Displacement, Belonging and Identity in Susan Muaddi Darraj’s The Inheritance of Exile PDF
Yousef Awad 1-10
Samsara, Karma, and Self-Enlightenment: A Buddhist Perspective on Mo Yan’s Life and Death Are Wearing Me Out PDF
Omid Akhavan 11-18
Islam and Terrorism in Post 9/11th Literature PDF
Salim E. AL-Ibia 19-25
Jane’s Self-Development in The Diaries of Jane Somers: An Analysis of Doris Lessing’s Feminist Perspectives PDF
Gengqing CHEN, Liting DONG 26-30
On the Artistic Features of the Awakening by Kate Chopin PDF
Zhan ZHANG 31-36
Readership in Shaping Fu Donghua’s Translation of Gone With the Wind PDF
Haiping WANG 37-41
Critical Discourse Analysis of News Reports on China’s Bullet-Train Crash PDF
Weiwei WANG, Weihua LIU 42-49
Resistance/Acceptance of Inferiority, Invisibility and Marginalization in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things & Kazu Ishiguro’s The Remains of the Day PDF
Ahmad Abu Baker, Almostafa Mohammad 50-58
Feminist Thoughts Revealed in Rose-Colored Teacups PDF
Jingrui HUI 59-62
African Literature Still in the Dock: A Deconstructive Strategy for Eurocentric Hegemony PDF
Mounir Jilani Ben Zid 63-67
Research on the Factors Influencing Hongkong Children’s Language Acquisition PDF
Min DENG 68-71
The Effect of Synonym Relationship Upon the Acquisition of Multi-Dimensional Vocabulary Knowledge PDF
Kaihua NIE 72-79
An Analysis on Illogicality in Language PDF
Hui Xiao SHAN 80-84
On the Cultivation of Learners’ Competence of Critical Thinking in College English Teaching PDF
Min HAN 85-89
The Value and Practice of Learning Analytics in Computer Assisted Language Learning PDF
Qinglan YU, Yushan ZHAO 90-96


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