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Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot: A Postmodernist Study
This study tends to delve into the different facets of the play Waiting for Godot on a postmodern bedrock, where the role of modernism cannot be disavowed. Waiting for Godot shares both modernist andExpand
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Samuel Beckett’s Rough for Theatre I and II: A Revolt against Absurdity
Deemed as depictions of dejection intermingled with penetrative multiaccentuality, nothingness, and murkiness, Beckett’s multilayered texts lead the mind of the reader/observer into a deadlock inExpand
The City in Man: Foregrounding Psychogeography in The Blind Owl and City of Glass
New York City in Paul Auster’s City of Glass and Ray in Sadeq Hedayat’s The Blind Owl testify to the presence of a wasteland, setting in motion an unavoidable sense of nostalgia, confusion andExpand
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"Thus Spoke Proctor": Nietzsche and the Overman in Arthur Miller’s "The Crucible"
This article analyzes Arthur Miller’s The Crucible (1953) through a Nietzschean critique. In fact, Miller’s play presents a leading character whose individuality and interaction with his community,Expand
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The poetics and politics of space in DeLillo’s White Noise
This article explores the representation of space in Don DeLillo’s White Noise (Penguin, New York, 1985) in order to reveal its influence on the protagonist’s psyche and its significant role inExpand
The Parallel Quest for Identity in Hedayat's The Blind Owl and Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury
The present paper, informed by the principles of comparative cultural studies, is an attempt to trace the parallel wistful search for identity within the cases of Hedayat’s The Blind Owl (1937) andExpand
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Nostalgia and Degeneration of Splendour in Hedayat’s The Blind Owl
The Arab invasion of Sassanid’s territory in 637 A.D. was the cause for many conspicuous changes in the social and political aspects of Persians’ life. One of the most distinct changes was theExpand
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