ISSN: 2188-9678 The European Conference on Literature and Librarianship 2015: Official Conference Proceedings

LIBEURO2015 Thistle Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom
LIBEURO2015 Conference Theme: “Power: Text and Context”
Monday, July 13 - Thursday, July 16, 2015
ISSN: 2188-9678

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Proceedings Contents


The Procedure of Nationalism in King Rama VI's Play:
A Case Study of Hua Jai Nak Rob

Pawaris Mina

The Power of Literature in African Development Since the 1950s:
A Focus on Kenyan Author Ngugi wa Thiong’o’

Hellen Roselyne L. Shigali

A Critical Study of Mahfouz's Representation of the Oppressed
'Intellectual' During the 'Nasserite Experiment'

Alaa Amr Saad

The Power of the Linguistic Choices in Literature
Besma Ben Khalifa

Raising Voice Against Power and Injustice: Portrayal of a Lone
Crusader in Deepti Priya Mehrotra’s Book “Burning Bright”

Archana Bhattacharjee
Pallavi Baruah

Exploring Power: Aboriginal Artefacts and Records in
Australian Libraries and Archives

Kirsten Thorpe
Monica Galassi
Rachel Franks

The Power of Traumatic Loss in William Faulkner's the Sound
and the Fury: The Quentin Section as an Example

Mariem Feki

Michael Chabon's 'the Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay'
Re-Presenting the Historical Novel

Frederik De Vadder

Deranged World through Structural Disarray:
Power of Narrative in 1980s Chinese Fiction

Xiaoping Song

Women at the Edge: Crimes of Power against Women in the Context
of Nadeem Aslam’s Novel, the Wasted Vigil

Zakia Nasir

The Ethnopoetic Study of Igbo Oral Funeral Poetry:
A Case Study of Edda Dirge

Mercy Agha Onu

Can the Subaltern Be Heard: Subalternisation in the Context
of the God of Small Things

Fiza Tauqeer

The Convergence of Aesthetics and Politics in the Poetry
of Yasmeen Hameed: A Voice from Pakistan

Iffat Sayeed

Supporting 21st Century Learning & Teaching: Who’s got the power?
Academic Libraries at the Heart of the University

Sonya Campbell-Perry
Elizabeth A Williamson