Persian Literary Studies Journal is a joint publication of Shiraz University and Iranian Society for the Promotion of Persian Language and Literature. Published every six months, this peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal is designed to comparatively explore and examine literary, artistic and cultural issues, and welcomes contributions with a cross-cultural, trans-national and trans-regional perspective.

 

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Current Issue: Volume 7, Issue 12, Summer and Autumn 2018 

Research Papers

2. Spatial Narration in Amir Naderi's New York Trilogy

Pages 1-19

Nima Behroozi Moghadam