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    Ali Alizadeh & Penelope Pitt-Alizadeh (2009). Transgressive Lyric. Angelaki 14 (2):51-61.
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    Penelope Pitt-Alizadeh & Ali Alizadeh (2009). Transgressive Lyric. Angelaki 14 (2):51-61.
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  3. Ali Alizadeh (2009). COMMENTARY-Neither Theocracy nor Secularism? Politics in Iran. Radical Philosophy 158:2.
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  4. Ali Alizadeh (2011). Qui est le sujet du Mouvement vert ? Multitudes 4 (4):174-181.
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  5. Seyeed Reza Soleimanzadeh Najafi & Alireza Alizadeh (2011). Pessimism in Ebrahim Naji's Poetry. Asian Culture and History 3 (2):44-48.
    Pessimism may be one of the most evident features of Arabic contemporary poetry; specifically, when the poet belongs to the Romantic school since s/he has been living in an imaginary world far from reality. The fact is that the effects of pessimism in Arabic poetry have been observed since old times to the present, and Romantic poets have been impressed by changes in their personal and social conditions and then began complaining about the grief and pain of the time. Experiencing (...)
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