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      The Lord of the Rings, J. R. R. Tolkien, Michel Foucault, power, discipline, surveillance, discourse, resistance. [1]
      the teaching techniques, shyness, classroom interaction, congruent communication. [1]
      This research is a comparative study that explores the notion of violence and body in Toni Morrison’s “Beloved” (1987), and Ahlem Mosteghanemi’s “Memory in the flesh” (1993). It aims at revising the representation of the body and the portrayal of violence against it in both of them. The study tries to compare and contrast the way; degree and background of traumatic violation against the body in both narratives manifest. The study adoptes two theories, whose choice was made according to the similarity of the historical backgrounds between each of the two novels and the corresponding theory, in terms of policies and the interrelation of violence and body in a meantime. In our analyses we resorted to in one hand to Michel Foucault’s theory on body violence in his book “ discipline and punish” (1975) due to the relevance that it reveals concerning racism toward the black community, in addition to slavery as a main issue that shapes that historical period. On the other hand, we resorted to the conceptional analyses of Hannah Arendt her theory “on violence” (1987) that studies terror of the late twentieth century and its impact on our colonized communities. This research is divided into three chapters. The first chapter resorts with the relevance of the historical roots of violence in America and Algeria as geographical location for each novel in its own. The second one shows how do memory and past’s extent contribute in violence against the body. The third chapter revises the notions of exile and escape. Highlighting the way do both novelists make their portrayal of violence in the different presented communities. [1]
      Time Management, Academic Performance ,Procrastination [1]
      Tourism, English, English for tourism, functions of language, genre of texts [1]
      Traditions, Polygamy, Education, Womanism, Motherhood, Oppression, Patriarchy, GenderInequality,Women, Struggle, Condemns, Imprisonment, discriminate, liberate, Nigeria, Self- Fulfillment [1]
      tragedy, common man, tragic hero, anti-hero, failure, social dominance, modern world, Soyinka, Williams. [2]
      Visual Grammar, Representation, Culture Industry, Women advertising images. [1]
      Visual Representation, Vocabulary, Semiotic Resources. [1]
      vocabulary development, textbook evaluation, strategies, techniques. [1]
      Vocabulary learning strategies,English vocabulary,discovery strategies,consolidation strategies [1]
      Vocabulary Learning, Incidental learning, Input, Output, Four Language Skills. [1]
      vocabulary, multimodality, social semiotics and visual representation. [1]
      Womanism, liberation, subjugation, traditions, women’s solidarity, customs. [1]
      Womanism, Marital Rape, Patriarchy, Sexuality, Polygamy, Gender, African Woman, Generational Clash. [1]
      words:multimodal resources, multimodality, vocabulary learning, the instruction process. [1]
      Writing anxiety, writing performance, symptoms, causes, effects [1]
      Writing Strategies, Master two Students, Ken Hyland’s framework, Research Work, Qualitative Content Analysis. [1]
      Writing, Speaking, Grammar. [1]
      Yasmina Khadra, The Swallows of Kabul, Khaled Hosseini, A Thousand Splendid Suns , irony, war [1]