The Cell Phone and Madness: An Analytic Study of Stephen King's Cell (2006)
1. The Cell Phone and Madness: An Analytic Study of Stephen King's Cell (2006)

Azad Hamad Sharif؛ Ismael Mohammedfahmi Saeed

خول 7، ژماره‌ 3 ، پایز 2020، ، لاپه‌ڕه‌ 371-382

http://dx.doi.org/10.24271/garmian.2070326

پوخته‌
  The basic assumption of this research is that Stephen King is aware of the disastrous impact of modern technology on environment and community. His writings demonstrate his ethical ...  Read More
The Contrasting Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin’s Always Coming Home: An Ecofeminist Study
2. The Contrasting Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin’s Always Coming Home: An Ecofeminist Study

Danaz Abubaker Abdullah؛ Azad Hamad Sharif

خول 6، ژماره‌ 3 ، هاوین 2019، ، لاپه‌ڕه‌ 232-244

http://dx.doi.org/10.24271/garmian.196351

پوخته‌
  This study analyses from an ecofeminist perspective the contrasting worlds of the feminist character in Ursula K. Le Guin’s most prominent novel Always Coming Home (1985) (abbreviated ...  Read More
Nature’s Retaliation in the Sumerian Epic Gilgamesh: An Ecocritical Study
3. Nature’s Retaliation in the Sumerian Epic Gilgamesh: An Ecocritical Study

Azad Sharif؛ Birzo Abdulkadir Mohammad؛ Ismail Saeed

خول 6، ژماره‌ 2 ، هاوین 2019، ، لاپه‌ڕه‌ 396-403

http://dx.doi.org/10.24271/ garmian.196232

پوخته‌
  This paper discusses one of the major conflicts between humans and the wild, natural life as portrayed in the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh, the earliest surviving great literary work ...  Read More