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Speaking Muslim Subaltern through the Ethical Agent in Shakespeare and the <i>Holy Quran</i>
(University of Kurdistan, 2021-01-01)
William Shakespeare, the English bard of Avon, inaugurates a Feminist approach in Love's labour's Lost which is comparable with the Holy Quran's mandate and Hadith. He reminisces Muslim association through deeply-seated ...
Automaton and Tyche in Postmodern British Novel: A Critical Treatment of Chance in Jeanette Winterson’s <i>The Passion</i>
(University of Kurdistan, 2019-03-01)
The present paper aims address the Lacanian concepts of the tyche (tuche) and the automaton in Jeanette Winterson's The Passion (1987), and to explore the way the whole novel is based on moments of chance, peril, and ...
Dialectics of Space and Place in the Australian Novels, Indelible Ink and Five Bells
(University of Kurdistan, 2023-05-01)
Through the lens of spatial studies expounded in human geography, this paper aims to investigate the dynamics of space and place in the metropolitan context of two twentieth-century novels set in contemporary Sydney titled ...