The Image of the Other in the Letters of LiSan al-Din bin al-Khatib, an Interpretive Reading
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2021, Volume 17, Issue 1, Pages 195-218
AbstractAndalusian literature has outlined the features of its identity in the Arab, Islamic and global civilization in eight eras of creativity and scientific and literary production, and the emergence of figures that have been witnessed by history in science and literature. his movement in administrative and political positions won great favor with the sultans, and when the envy and those who hated him did not leave him, he was accused of heresy and burned his books, and his life ended while he was far from his homeland and died dead.
The concept of the image is related to the concept of the mirror, which is defined as a surface that reflects everything that stands in front of it and anything that has the property of the reflective surface, it is a mirror ... and that which stands in front of the mirror is known as the origin and which reflects it, it is known as the image; And that what comes to the eye is a look at things not the things themselves. The eye sees through the media, imagination and beliefs, meaning that the eye sees what it wants to see, not what is in front of it.
The image is an artistic standard to highlight the aesthetic in the literary text, determined by the imagination of writers and their ingenuity in choosing the most accurate according to its psyche, and the dimensions of the image are a feature of the peculiarities of literary expression.
The other can be a mirror through which he reads the ego, so the perception of the ego is inseparable from the perception of the other, and vice versa. The existence of the other is necessary for the existence of the ego, and the relationship between them is an inevitable relationship or it may be a reflection of the image.
I will shed light according to an interpretative reading of the image of the other, both the parallel and the opposite one as well as the human and the place in the letters of lisan al-Din ibn al-Khatib.
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