Dr. Raafat has published academic researchwork in ethnic American Literature, British Novel, postcolonial studies, gender issues, cinematic adaptations of literary texts, narrative theories, chronotope theories, postmodernism and comparative literature.

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Publications:
The Parodic Use of the ‘Party Consciousness’ in Cunningham’s ‘The Hours’: An Intertextual Approach

The paper analyzes the literary identity of The Hours which manifests itself in the plurality and fragmentation of characters, highlighting Cunningham's employment of parody as a tool of rebellion.

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Pictures in the Mind Using Quranic Verses in English

Selected Quranic verses in English have been used as a literary text to teach both descriptive and figurative imagery (including similes, metaphors and symbols) at the undergraduate level.

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You Are There Using Quranic Verses in English

This study focuses on the students’ interaction while creating appropriate responses to interview questions as a demonstration of their understanding of a character in the literary text or reading material.

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