The Value of Place Culture On dialogue in the Novel Of " Laelat Al – Malak " by Nazir Abd Al Sattar
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2012, Volume 11, Issue 2, Pages 263-286
AbstractPlace forms abasic feature in the process of story writing for its deep spaces in events, characters and conversations.
The novelist Ab – Al - Sattar concentrates generall on place as in Mosul city or Nenevah in order to give a cultural civilized significance. For example in his novel , Assyria appears as the centre of civilizafion and the word ' Al – eqleati ' presents the history of mosul in its alleys, markets and people .
The writer succeeds in presenting vital patterns of place dialogues depending on the Assyrian history Kings such as Sinharib, assur banibal, and Other legends. Imaginative characters as ' Smarto ' and real ons as ' Younis Al – Eqleati ' are included to link between past and present besides giving aclear artistic aspect of what American Agression caused On Iraq in 1991.
The novelist focuses on other Mawsyli tradition in presenting what is Known ' Sheikh Al – Shatt ' and Other religious symbols as ' Al – khidir ' , the Goodman who accompanied Prophet Mose in his ship as it is mentioned in the Holy Koran.
Finally , the Language of the novel in using both the Assyrian and the local Mawsyli dialogues, is beautifully achieved to reflect impressive conversational scenes of those previous places.
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