Advances in Language and Literary Studies

Advances in Language and Literary Studies (ALLS) is an international peer-reviewed journal established in 2010. The purpose of this journal is to report new insight and foster cutting-edge research about the role that language and linguistics as well as language and literature. The journal encourages authors to submit original unpublished works and provides an immense opportunity for them to submit articles in the area of applied linguistics, linguistics and literary studies, in that its significance to theoretical or practical implications is clearly demonstrated. ALLS engages these approaches to deepen understanding of the relationship between language and literature. The journals welcomes papers from all prospective authors, especially from scholars and practitioners who come from low and middle income countries. The contributors are expected to treat new research, be well written and be of interest to a significant segment of the science community. The content is disseminated for free on the world wide web.

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