Wan Roselezam Wan Yahya is an Associate Professor of English Literature at the Faculty of Modern Languages and Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia.

(See my biography page for more information).


Latest publications:
Silence and the Elderly in Malaysia

Elderly and the use of ICT in Malaysia.

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Adult L2 Learning of Victorian Novels Using Literature Circles

The impact of Literature Circles on adult L2 learning of Victorian literature through learners’ perception towards literature and the learners’ attitude towards Literature Circles.

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The Role of Nature in Tash Aw’s The Harmony Silk Factory

This paper looks at Tash Aw’s The Harmony Silk Factory and how the writer not only infuses nature-based literary devices but also highlights the interconnectedness between humanity and nature.

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Postcolonial Identity in Selected Works by K.S. Maniam and C.M Woon

Mimicry and appropriation of Malay and British Cultures in postcolonial texts set in Malaya.

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Children’s Emotions and its Social Meaning

Social stories in relation to emotions and its social meaning.

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Theatre as a Platform for Consciousness Raising in Sarah Daniels’s Play The Devil’s Gateway

Theatre is used as a platform for consciousness raising to make women and men more aware of their gender-related behaviour and attitudes.

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The Big Books: Understanding the Contents or Illustrations?

This paper focuses on the use of the big books in story reading sessions.

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Making Sense of the Absurdity of Life in Camus’s the Myth of Sisyphus

Understanding the concept of the absurd in Albert Camus's The Myth of Sisyphus

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A Socialist Feminist Reading of Doris Lessing’s the Grass is Singing

Examining Lessing's novel The Grass is Singing using selected concepts in socialist feminism

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Cultural Identity Past and Present: Poetic Imagination of Muhammad Haji Salleh

Tracing cultural identity of the past and present in Muhammad Haji Salleh's poems

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