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Volume 10, Issue 2

Volume 10, Issue 2, Spring 2018

Idealism in pre-Islamic elegy poetry "study and analysis"

Sadam Ali Salih; Nasra Uhmaid Jadwe

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2018, Volume 10, Issue 2, Pages 1-23
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2018.171215

AbstractThe ignorant poet in lamentation sought to draw the ideal image of the lier throughthe good qualities that were known in his life and the adhesion of those values byrepresenting the call of the poet to the sons of that society to follow that path to winthe mention of the good that immortal after death, and this philosophy was based onpoems Lamentation and immortalized the owners of those noble positions forever.

The impact of society in formulating the philosophical and intellectual vision of the Andalusian poet

Hussien AbdulRahman Hilal; Mahmood Shakir Sajet

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2018, Volume 10, Issue 2, Pages 24-44
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2018.171221

This research deals with the impact of events on the Andalusian society in thephilosophical and intellectual poet vision. The means of luxury, singing, the excesseswine drinking has spread in the Andalusian society which led to the preoccupationof people and the exploitation of enemies for that. The result of that was eruptedinternal and external conflicts, which had a significant impact on the vision of thepoet philosophical and intellectual. The Andalusian poet found that religion neededto be supported, the fighter needed to be encouraged, the courageous won a war andthe people might leave the countries because of it. Therefore, the poet supported,encouraged, lamented and cried, in addition to the poverty that had spread whichwas affected his philosophy which appeared clearly in his poems.

Signs of reality and dream in Andalusian poetry

Ayad Ismaeil Hilal Ali; Mahmood Shakir Sajet

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2018, Volume 10, Issue 2, Pages 45-67
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2018.171225

This study investigates the features of the spectrum in Andalusian poetry, attemptsto identify its image, how it is employed by the Andalusian poets in their poems andpoems, and what they carry of their hearts' evils and their concerns. He concludedthat the poets of the Andalusian era used the use of the spectrum to express theircondition Psychological, social and emotional, as they have multiple indications inemployment, and were able to create a new fertile reality to escape it, and this newreality they resort to counter the reality of the curse and deprivation that they live intheir day.


The effect of citation and inclusion on the poetry of San al-Din ibn al-Khatib

Fatima Ahmed Hammad; Faraj Mansi Mohamed

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2018, Volume 10, Issue 2, Pages 68-100
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2018.171228

This research attempts to study the phenomenon of citation and inclusion in thepoetry of Sanadin ibn al-Khatib, who read the poet's body knows the richness ofthese two phenomena in his poetry. Therefore, he mentioned the different styles ofquotation and inclusion in his poetry, by standing at the following axes:. Text citationModulation quotationReference quotationInclusion has been distributed in his poems between the inclusion of the Prophetictraditions and the inclusion of the notice of the ancients and their images and theirassistants, as well as includes the ancient Arabic proverbs and colloquial examplesin Andalusia.This research concluded that Ibn al-Khatib's relationship with heritage has a closerelationship. He continued with him in all his forms and types , taking from himwhat gives his poetic experience and influence, showing his proficiency and hisability to deal with cultural heritage.


Morphological investigations in Jamila Arbab Al-Marsad in Explaining Aqeelah Atrab Poems by Burhanuddin Ibrahim al-Ja'bari (d.732 AH)

Marwa Abdulraheem Mahmood; Khaleel Mohamed Saeed

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2018, Volume 10, Issue 2, Pages 101-132
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2018.171229

The research aims to study the morphological detective at Al-Ja'abari in his bookJameela the heads of the observatories in explaining the Aqila tribe of poems,uncovering the sources of his morphological culture and the details of the mabahithhe studied. The research reached results, most notably his attention to structure andthe morphological formula, meaning, Discuss and explain them


Semantic activities of the evil character's performance in a theatrical show (Faust) as a model

Shaaban Rajab Abdulrazaq

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2018, Volume 10, Issue 2, Pages 133-170
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2018.171231

Expressive Executions and the Performance of Evil Character in the TheatricalShowThis paper is about the practical executions of the performative expressiondone by the actor in the theatrical show to convey the intellectual, social, andaesthetic meaning to the audience. The evil character is a composite character inperformance and interaction on the stage. It expresses the performative activities andtechnical skills. It is associated with special cases related to specific mentalconditions and is applied practically into movements executed willingly under antistimuliwhere the actor is supposed to have the ability to create new sensory ormental images registered in human consciousness on the principle of transformingthe impressions gathered from reality and re-shaping them aesthetically inside theshow in such a way as to allow the the societal culture to rearrange the awarenessvia this character which is deeply rooted in the depths of Mankind and his myths,religions, and popular and cultural heritage to grasp the their hidden meanings.Thispaper tries to answer the following query: how can the actor execute his performativetechniques and how can the audience decipher meanings and understand andcommunicate with them. The paper is divided as follows: the problem , significanceand limitations of the paper, explanation of the concept of evil character, thetheoretical framework which consists of two sections: the first section is about theevil character and the views on it (philosophical/dramatic narration) whereas thesecond section deals with the expressive execution in the work of the actor and theway to establish its performative techniques. The researcher came out with someindicators that can be used to analyze the sample of the study. An analysis of Faustplay as a sample was conducted then. The following results were arrived at: themovements and gestures of the actor and the the portrayal of his body shape as amulti performative and skill build-up. It is a projection on the intellectual,psychological, and social level of the character. It also contribute to enhance thedramatic action and push it forward. The amount of movement and the gesture fluxis a shaping system that uncovers the coded meanings. A bibliography of the sourcesof the paper is given at the end of the paper followed by an Arabic and English