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Synergy I: Marginalisation, Discrimination, Isolation and Existence in Literature

Edited By A.Nejat Töngür and Yıldıray Çevik

Studies on the distinguished works of English and American literature of various genres like poetry, plays and fiction are included in this book focusing on and around the central themes of “Marginalisation, Discrimination, Isolation, and Existence.” The aim of the book is to investigate the issues of “Marginalisation, Discrimination, Isolation, and Existence” within the frameworks of gender, colonization, multiculturalism, religion, race, generation gap, politics, technology, immigration, and class.

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LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

INTRODUCTION

Aslı Özlem TARAKCIOĞLU

I: A PERENNIAL QUEST FOR ETERNAL EXISTENCE: JEANETTE WINTERSON’S FRANKISSSTEIN: A LOVE STORY

Alev KARADUMAN

II: WOMEN’S PURSUIT OF POLITICAL RIGHTS IN ENGLAND: SALLY SIMMONDS FROM A SIMPLE MAID TO A STRONG ACTIVIST IN GERTRUDE COLMORE’S SUFFRAGETTE SALLY

Nurten BİRLİK and Merve GÜNDAY

III: GARDEN AS A POST-ANTHROPOCENTRIC SPONTANEITY IN AUDEN’S “THEIR LONELY BETTERS:” AN ECOPSYCHOLOGICAL READING

Duygu SERDAROĞLU

IV: VICTORIAN HYPOCRITICAL SEXUAL POLITICS: SARAH WATERS’ TIPPING THE VELVET

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