Aditya, The Man from Nowhere 1: The Inner Curse by Gayatri Rao Dutt & Pradeep Sathe

By Gayatri Rao Dutt & Pradeep Sathe

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In the last few years, the activities of visual art have flourished in Pakistan in a noticeable manner. Many new creative endeavors have come into existence; they reflect the pure and true creative ideas of the young generation of artists in Pakistan. The young artists reflect many influences from their pioneers, their heritage and inspirations from many Western trends of modern art or from other cultures. All the 17 Lahore College for Women University. 60 progress in this field is because of the establishment of new art societies, art institutes, and art departments in colleges and universities throughout the country.

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Two of the panelists (Eslami and Eslami-Rasekh) focus on politeness issues as realized by different speech acts in Persian language and illustrate the western-bias in treatments of politeness as represented in the previous literature and seminal work by Brown and Levinson (1989). Another panel member (Tavangar) focuses on the sociocultural aspects of idiomaticity in Persian and covers the interpersonal implications that Persian idioms may carry; how these expressions are to be interpreted by the hearer and what their relevance to the overall discourse context is.

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