Conflict with Nature in the Poetry of AL-A’asha
College Of Basic Education Researches Journal,
Volume 15, Issue 1, Pages 603-616
AbstractThis study aims to clarifying the dimensions of conflict with nature in the poetry of Al-A’asha. The struggle for survival is the main motive in achieving the goals of the poet and reaching what he aspires to. The study was divided into two sections:
The first section is the painting of the ruins and the destruction that the poet embodies it in the natural images of the aspirations of man, but the poet did not surrender to their forces either by the elements of nature or by the influence of wine.
The second part is: the journey as a conflicting face with the nature that the poet lived between reality and dream, and the subsequent feeling of fabrication in himself and his mind and embodied his effects in the painting of danger and resistance to ward off the hunter and his dogs
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