3. Applied Literature
1. Postcolonial Borges: “Colonized Intellectual” and“Double Consciousness” in “The Nothingness of Personality”

Ahad Mehrvand; Tayyebeh Rastegar Naderi

Volume 8, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2020, , Pages 241-263

http://dx.doi.org/10.22049/jalda.2020.26924.1196

Abstract
  Using Du Bois’s “Double Consciousness” and Fanon’s “Colonized Intellectual”, we contend that Borges’s essay “The Nothingness of Personality” can be deemed postcolonial. Our study turns to the postcolonial world of Latin America, with a special focus ...  Read More

3. Applied Literature
2. Postcolonial Reading of Joseph Conrad’s Lingard Trilogy

Ahad Mehrvand; Shiva Talebi Ashtiyani

Volume 8, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2020, , Pages 175-198

http://dx.doi.org/10.22049/jalda.2020.26069.1173

Abstract
  Conrad’s acclaimed works from his middle period have been thoroughly studied from several perspectives including postcolonialism whereas the novels from his early period were overlooked due to their so-called“uneven” quality. The most notable works among Conrad’s early novels ...  Read More

3. 'Mother Fixation' and 'Rebellion against the Father Figure' in Wuthering Heights: A Projection of Emily Brontë's Neurosis

Ahad Mehrvand; Moussa Pourya Asl

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2013, , Pages 31-56

http://dx.doi.org/10.22049/jalda.2013.13525

Abstract
    Attempts to present a definitive rational explanation of Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights have been a growing concern since its publication in 1847. The abundant, yet incoherent, interpretations of Wuthering Heights, each taking one element of the novel and extrapolating it towards total ...  Read More