Time-Place( Al-Mahjar ) Loneliness in the Emigration Poetry
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2018, Volume 14, Issue 4, Pages 175-208
AbstractThis research seeks to highlight the effectiveness of space-time relations on in the construction of the poetry, and their role in the formulation of ideas, visions and poetic points in the poets of the Diaspora, who have a deep sense of alienation to keep them away from their home, felt distress and lack of concern. The introduction of the concept of alienation and how to employ its positive side in the process of creation and literary creativity, as well as the concept of space-time relations in the fields of philosophical , intellectual and literary researches were discussed. The first topic is called temporal alienation. The researcher examines the turning points of time and explains how time is not limited to being a linguistic element which is limited to the communicative process. It is the time of the emigrants poets, especially Gibran Khalil Gibran in his poem "Ai-Mawakib"[ The Parade] Iliya Abu Madhi in the poem of "The Talisman" . The researcher presented in the second topic (spatial alienation) the centrality of the place in the product of poetic poetry..
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