A geocritical reading of harold pinter's ashes to ashes
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The purpose of this book is to present to scholars, students and enthusiasts in the fields of literature and linguistics a way to study a text analytically. Reading is multi-faceted and shaped by contexts, participants, and technologies. The ways of reading tackled most enthusiastically in this book are interpretations which show active involvement of readers: Each literary or linguistic approach can be compared to a window through which we see, grapple, comprehend, personalize and internalize the text, hence the world. Contents: Selami Aydın: Reading and Language Teaching – Ceyhun Yükselir: Reading Skills and Strategies – Leyla Harputlu: Creative Reading – Zennure Koseman: New Criticism and Ernest Hemingway’s The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber – Violetta Trofimova: Russian Formalism and Reading – Meryem Ayan: A Psychoanalytic Analysis of The Portrait of A Lady – Feryal Cubukcu: A Jungian Archetypal Analysis of The Iliad – Feryal Cubukcu: A Deconstructionist Reading of Goblin Market – B. Ayça Ulker Erkan: A New Historicist Reading of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Meryem Ayan: A Feminist Analysis of The Awakening – Burak Irmak: Changing Masculinities and Femininities: A Comparative Analysis of Bridget Jones’s Diary and Pride and Prejudice – Dilek İnan: A Reader-Response Approach to Reading Martin Crimp’s The Country – Dilek İnan: A Geocritical Reading of Harold Pinter’s Ashes To Ashes – Nazan Tutas: Stylistics and Reading – Krunoslav Mikulan/Vladimir Legac: Free Indirect Discourse and Reading – Catherine Wong: Cognitive Poetics in the analysis of narrative of Kazuo Ishiguro’s A Pale View of Hills – Laya Heidari Darani: Systemic Functional Linguistics as an Analytical Tool in Reading Comprehension.