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Volume 6, Issue 2

Volume 6, Issue 2, Spring 2014, Page 1-143


The narratee as a modern means in the contemporary historical novel

Salwa shuki Al-Naami; Inkath Attalah Al-Ani

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2014, Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 1-9
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2014.95851

The narratee is a relatively new field of study in contemporary narrative theory. The narratee was long neglected in the study of fictional narrative. It was considered as merely a recipient of the narration. There are various types and categories of the narratee in fiction according to the few studies of this essential element of narrative fiction. This study seeks to uncover the status of the narratee in Radwa Ashur's historical novels with particular reference to its connection to the narrator and reader.

the study of Jahilite literature in online sources: An introduction and criticism of selected samples

Nasra U. Jawee Al- Zubaidi

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2014, Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 10-26
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2014.95854

This is a study of the internet websites dedicated to the study of Jahilite literature, online sources, and the types of electronic texts and sites. It also presents a criticism of a selection of these online texts. These texts are classified according to their methodology. An attempt is made to suggest certain ways to benefit from these texts and studies in such a way as to fulfil the dictates of scientific validity and achieve a maximum benefit from the massive amount of knowledge provided by the internet to Arab scholars.

Manifestations of intellectual modernization of the European modern poetry

Habeeb Bohoror

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2014, Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 27-41
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2014.95856

The modernization thought in European literature in general, and in modern French poetry in particular, is embodied by the revolution against foundations of both classical and romantic era which were dominated in the literary and culturally scene for several centuries. That modernization had its manifestation through the interaction of various literary doctrines which carried the banner of change, revolution, and then rejection all modes that became a pattern from time to time. Among these literary doctrines that considered modernized during that past times, there are Symbolism, Dadaism and Surrealism.
In the current research paper, I concisely present the characteristics of these intellectual movements and schools and look for the horizon of modernization act through foundations of each movement or school. Moreover, I also provide the reader with multiple poetic examples that modernity intellectual appearances of symbolism; Dadaism and Surrealism are reflected in them. Finally, I try to explain the reasons, whether implicit or explicit, for the continuity of Surrealism that is undoubtedly considered as a philosophical and epistemological attitude, rather than a literary or artistic school.

Aspects of Double Poems in Hussein Rasheed Khress's poetry

Nadia Hanawi Saadoon

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2014, Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 42-62
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2014.95859

This papers aims at reading on of the Jordanian poetry Hussein Rasheed Khress poems within the interpretation of the structure modes. In order to reveal the cultural aspects and the cultural harmonies that were made by the poet to achieve his aims .The poet was very interesting to writing the double poems by using the technical of the semantics ,textually , narrative methods to write the long dramatic poem with a lot of sadness emotional tunes .The beginnings of the poems take the poet into the lands of tallest poems in order to help the reader to understand the meanings.

The phenomenon of symbolic clichés in the contemporary Iraqi Poetry

Hameed Walee Zada; Ali ghahrmani

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2014, Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 72-87
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2014.95882

Symbolism is an inspiring tool and is one of the most outstanding ways of illustrating the poetry. The contemporary poet with his diligence tries it to explore the underlying rhetorical langue usage maybe the peril which threatens the symbolism are the clichés that rotates round the signified subject therefore with repetitive use of clichéd symbolism it turns in to a usual and simple language feature which becomes mechanical, like the overused and dilapidated similes in rhetorical language that there is no need to delve into the underlying meaning. And the concept is crystal clear. In this regard symbolism loses its originality and authenticity and technical value. An important out come of this research will be a comprehensive viewpoint about clichéd symbolism and the epidemic use of it by the contemporary Iraqi poets and the method used in this work is descriptive-analytical analysis.

Arabic literature for Iranian Kurds

luqman Rustum; Mustafa Jwanrodi

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2014, Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 88-105
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2014.97455

After Eslams emergence in Arabian Peninsula Iranian with Kurds welcomed and accepted it with open arms. They could have sign effect and obvious impact on the Arabic Lliterature along side with being influence from Quran resources. Ebn Hajeb Nahvi and Mosa Kateb Baghdadi and Ahmad Nahvi and Abo Hanife Dinevari and many other the past scholars such as Ahmad Shoghi and Ghasem Amin and Mohmmad Kurd Ali and Jamil Sedghi Zahvi and Marof Rasafi are the contemporizes whose their father migrated to Arabic lands and became famous there.
Iranian Kurds scholars – specially contemporaries- have given incomparable services to Eslam and Arabic language and they have attempted to extend Eslamic ideas among their people .They have established scientific circle in Kurdish cities to the develop Arabic and Eslamic knowledge witch among them we can name Allame Molla Abdola Bitoshi and Allame Molla Ahmad Nodeshi and Ostad Baba Mardokh Rohani and Ostad Badiozaman Sanandaji and Erfan Sanandaji and Sheikh Habibollah Modarese Rohani Kashtari. Sanandaj which is one of the oldest Kurdish cities is the cradle of great scholars had a special position in serving Eslamic and Arabic literature.
Ostad Badiozaman Sanandaji and Erfan Sanandaji and Sheikh Habibollah Modarese Rohani Kashtari are among scholars and famous genus people in this city with contemplation and literature survey on the works of these scholars especially famous »Jimie« from Ostad Badiozaman Sanandaji in Arabic and Kurdish and his Persian literature.

Beauties of statement in Al Baha Zuhair 's Poetry

Ali Saydani; Saeed Hadi

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2014, Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 106-120
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2014.95947

Al Baha Zuhair frequently celebrates Eygpt in his poetry as a place of beauty and pleasure. Al Hijaz might be the land of his memories and longings but Eygpt remains first and formost of his love. He sings of its beauty and describes its nature excessively. He used rhetorical figures , like metaphor, similes, imagery, extensively to picturize his subject and portray accurately his emotions and experiences. This paper studies these rhetorical styles and their aesthetic ends.

Reality of negative values in Arabic poetry before Islam

Ayad Salim Ibrahim

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2014, Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 121-133
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2014.95949

Many men of letters believe that imagination is vital and the only decisive factor that gives meaning to any literary text ; thus meaning is restricted to creative imagination only . This belief , however , is no longer held since it relegates the role of reality in shaping the meaning . Indeed, human interaction that springs from the real situation is also critically vital in deciding the meaning of the text. To conclude, both imagination and reality and significant in deciding the meaning of any literary text; they are actually inseparable.

Quranic intertextuality in Mohammed Mahdi Al Gvahry's Poems

Hameed Sabahi; Ali Saydani; Rasul Bazyar

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2014, Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 134-143
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2014.95950

Intertextuality is a term first introduced by French semiotician Julia Kristeva in the late sixties. In essays such as "Word, Dialogue, and Novel," Kristeva broke with traditional notions of the author's "influences" and the text's "sources. Al Gvahry period coincided with internal conflicts and Colonial struggles،As a poet he could not Unresponsive himself into the social problems of his country،Because he gives to this poeme Qur'anic concept . Intertextuality Technique in his poems include the following types: direct Intertextuality ,، indirect Intertextuality ,consciousI ntertextuality, and the subconsciou Intertextuality.The research aims to Examines the intertextuality Technique its meaning and its forms to detect the Technique of overlapping texts ، at the end of the article Th e researcher Defines the intertextuality effect in thealgvahery pomes.