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The Watermark of a Self in Narrating the Past: A Study of Autobiographical Memory in Vladimir Nabokov’s Speak, Memory
(University of Kurdistan, 2021-06-01)
Autobiographies are not merely literary productions but mental functions, stories continuously narrated, owned and believed by the self. By broadening the locus of autobiography from literary productions to mental functions, ...
Revisiting Modernism: A Review of <i>Modernism</i> by Peter Childs
(University of Kurdistan, 2020-03-01)
Modernism is one of the most significant and informative books written in the field of literary theory and criticism. It is an easy-access, wide-ranging and efficient book that tries to explore different aspects of Modernism ...
The Neoliberal Nostrum: Spatial Fix in Ian McEwan’s <i>Solar</i>
(University of Kurdistan, 2021-01-01)
Ian McEwan's Solar has been the subject of many a debate, mostly due to its controversial representation of climate change's cause and the solution offered for the global disaster. The paper explores the novel's judgment ...
The Nomadic Distribution in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando: A Deleuzian Reading
(University of Kurdistan, 2023-10-01)
The debates concerning Orlando's magical sex transformation and its main concern with gender trouble are ever growing. Yet it seems a very significant fact is neglected in this debate, the extent the male Orlando is different ...