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Team of this issue Written by John Wallen
contents Written by Dr. Khairi
Editorial Written by Dr. John Wallen
British Anti-Suffrage and the Emancipation of Women in Iraq: The Case of Gertrude Bell Written by May Witwit
A Postmodernist Reading of Anne Tyler’s Breathing Lessons, Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea and Kurt Vonnegut’s Breakfast of Champions Written by Nazmi Tawfiq Al-Shalabi
Connecting with the Other: Empathy in Tom’s Midnight Garden Written by Maher Ben Moussa
Re-inscribing Shahrazad: The Quest of Arab-American Women in Mohja Kahf’s Poetry Written by Safaa A. Alahmad
Experiences of African-Americans as Reflected in Richard Wright’s Native Son 1940 Written by Fatchul Mu’in
Magical Realism and the Problem of Self-Identity as Seen in three Postcolonial Novels Written by Fayezah M. Aljohani
Under the Shadow of Virgin Mary: Forging a New Maternal Path in Margaret Deland’s The Iron Woman Written by Nancy H. Al-Doghmi
Shakespeare’s Othello and the Challenges of Multiculturalism Written by Mohssine Nachit
Dialectics of Self-fashioning in Eugene O’Neill’s The Emperor Jones Written by Hanna Al-Khasawneh & Raja Al-Khalili
Psycho-politics in Morrison's Beloved and Home: A Comparative Study Written by Hanan K. Jezawi & Abdel-Rahman H. Abu-Melhim
The Law of the Father in Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse (1927) and Mrs. Dalloway (1925) Written by Areen Khalifeh
Theorizing Child Trafficking in Young Adult Literature: A Review of the Literature Written by Faisal Lafee Etan Alobeytha , Sharifah Fazliyaton binti Shaik Ismail & Aspalila bt. Shapii
The Mirage Epic: Sadalla Wannous’s Allegory of Colonial Globalization Written by Samar Zahrawi
Paul Bowles’s Translations from the “Moghrebi” in the Context of the American Counter-culture Written by Hafida MOURAD
An Exercise on Literary Translation: The Arabic Translation of The Namesake Written by Sura M. Khrais
"I Think There Must Be Something Wrong with Us”: Folie à Deux in Truman Capote's In Cold Blood Written by Afra S. Alshiban
The New Diaspora and the Transformation of America in Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine(1989) Written by Abeer Abdulaziz. AL-Sarrani