The final installment of the fourth volume includes (1) a discussion of Bradbury's sci-fi masterpiece concerning book banning-discourse; 2) an article on female voice in Alice Munro's short stories, 3) an analysis on existentialist idea in Harper Lee's classic; 4) a semiotic analysis of male body treatment product advertisements; 5) a piece of writing on implicature in advertisements; and 6) an article on the uses of ellipses in a Hemingway short story.
The first installment of the fourth volume brings you (1) an article on a book by the great sci-fi author, H.G. Wells, exploring the issue of sexual orientations; (2) a piece on how on the translation of Andrea Hirata's Laskar Pelangi; (3) a discussion on ambiguities of newspaper headlines; (4) a TGG analysis of famous proverbs; (5) a comparative study of two sci-fi classics, 1984 and Fahrenheit 451; and (6) a fresh take on Suzanne Collin's The Hunger Games Trilogy.
The second 2014 issue includes articles on Kurt Vonnegut's selected stories, two Samuel Beckett's plays, a translation of computer terms, and English learners' grammatical mistakes.
The first 2014 issue features a semiotic analysis of a satirical TV series South Park, an observation a Quranic translation, a reader-response analysis of Nancy Garden's controversial novel Annie on My Mind, and a discussion of five short stories by five different woman authors from different countries.
The second part of volume two presents articles on Garfield comic strips, code switchings on a novel, Suskind's Perfume, and Thomas Harris' novels.
Part one of volume two brings you two articles on the highly-popular Twilight saga, one article on translating idioms, and one article related to politeness strategies.
The pilot issue or of Vivid Journal. This volume features two articles related to literary studies and two more in the field of linguistics.