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    Antoinette the Outsider: The Representation of Hybridity and Mimicry in Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea.Shima Peimanfard & Mohsen Hanif - 2016 - International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences 72:15-20.
    Source: Author: Shima Peimanfard, Mohsen Hanif This essay sets out to study the function of hybridity and mimicry in Jean Rhy’s acclaimed novel Wide Sargasso Sea drawing on Homi K. Bhabha’s theoretical framework in this regard. In this novel, Antoinette emerges as the “Other” who aims to prove herself to the “Centre”. Undergoing extreme sufferings, the heroine wistfully ponders mimicry as an impulse to break out of her mare’s nest and to establish herself within one culture. Indeed, unlike what Bhabha (...)
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    "Inquietando as Águas": A Magia de Relembrar o Passado Em Two Wings to Veil My Face, de Leon Forrest.Mohsen Hanif & Tahereh Rezaei - 2018 - Bakhtiniana 13 (2):55-78.
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    Desire and Dehumanization in Theodor Dreiser’s Sister Carrie.Mohsen Hanif & Hamed Badri - 2018 - International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences 84:14-21.
    Publication date: 15 October 2018 Source: Author: Mohsen Hanif, Hamed Badri Theodor Dreiser's Sister Carrie dramatizes the unbridled greed for wealth and craze for status in an extremely commercialized world. It exemplifies the servitude of a society beholden to a consumerist market, where the affluent prey on the weaknesses and vulnerabilities of the poor. The novel captures human relations in their seismic change, where family bonds are breaking down and the family is losing its role as a basic social unit. (...)
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    Political Narrative Fiction and the Responsibility of the Author.Tahereh Rezaei & Mohsen Hanif - 2017 - International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences 76:43-48.
    Publication date: 30 March 2017 Source: Author: Tahereh Rezaei, Mohsen Hanif Art in general and fiction in particular have had close affinities with politics throughout history. When there is a close tie between a narrative fiction and political issues then critics may deem it as “committed fiction”. Political fiction is at the crossroads of political science and the art of fiction. And more often than not, novelists are involved with politics but not all of them are dubbed as or even (...)
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