LiBRI. Linguistic and Literary Broad Research and Innovation

"LiBRI. Linguistic and Literary Broad Research and Innovation" is an international journal for specialists in linguistics, literature, cultural studies, and related fields. The papers should be original unpublished papers, written in English or French.

« LiBRI. Linguistic and Literary Broad Research and Innovation » est une revue à caractère international qui s’adresse aux spécialistes de la linguistique, de la littérature, des études culturelles et des domaines connexes. Les papiers doivent être originaux, inédits, écrits en anglais ou en français.

We aspire to make LiBRI a venue that allows emerging as well as well established scholars to publish and compare their work and to establish collaboration relationships in the process. These are the words in the initial editorial foreword and to be consistent with them we have decided that in 2012 and 2013 the two regular bi-annual issues should each focus on a special topic. The topics for the coming years are the following:

· 2012 - vol. 3, issue 1 - Trends in Translation Studies;

· 2012 - vol. 3, issue 2 - ICT and Language Learning;

· 2013 - vol. 4, issue 1 - Breakthroughs in Bilingual Lexicography;

· 2013 - vol. 5, issue 2 - Englishes.

 

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Vol 2, No 2 (2011)

Table of Contents

Articles

LANGUAGE CURRICULUM PLANNING FOR THE THIRD MILLENNIUM PDF
Laleh Fakhraee Faruji p. 115-124
THE IMPACT OF PERSONALITY TRAITS ON THE AFFECTIVE CATEGORY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES PDF
Seyed Hossein Fazeli p. 125-138
T. S. ELIOT IN THE ALBANIAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE PDF
Enkelena Shockett (Qafleshi) p. 139-148
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEVEL OF AMBIGUITY TOLERANCE AND CLOZE TEST PERFORMANCE OF IRANIAN EFL LEARNERS PDF
Sara Atef-Vahid, Alireza Fard Kashani, Marjan Haddadi p. 149-169
EUGENE O’NEILL’S USE OF INTERIOR MONOLOGUE IN STRANGE INTERLUDE PDF
Asim Karim p. 170-176


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