Hebron in the Poetry of Izz Eddeen Al-Manasrah


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2001-04-10
2001-10-02
2001-10-02
223 - 264

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This study which deals with the presence of Hebron in the poetry of Izz Eddeen AL-Manasrah has five main axes:- - AL-Manasrah’s close union with Hebron. - The society of Hebron in the Poetry of Manasrah. - Al-Manasrah between exile and Hebron. - Hebron between accupation and rebellion in AL-Manasrah poetry. - The characteristics of the image of Hebron in AL-Manasrah poetry. In addition, the research contains an introduction in which the researcher highlights the element of place in the formulation of the poetic image. Also the attention most of the Palestinian poets pay to their cities where they were born and lived before the forces of accupation and tyranny made them emigrate is included. The study has a conclusion in which the researcher demonstrates the most important results of the study.

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Hebron in the Poetry of Izz Eddeen Al-Manasrah


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2001-04-10
2001-10-02
2001-10-02
223 - 264

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This study which deals with the presence of Hebron in the poetry of Izz Eddeen AL-Manasrah has five main axes:- - AL-Manasrah’s close union with Hebron. - The society of Hebron in the Poetry of Manasrah. - Al-Manasrah between exile and Hebron. - Hebron between accupation and rebellion in AL-Manasrah poetry. - The characteristics of the image of Hebron in AL-Manasrah poetry. In addition, the research contains an introduction in which the researcher highlights the element of place in the formulation of the poetic image. Also the attention most of the Palestinian poets pay to their cities where they were born and lived before the forces of accupation and tyranny made them emigrate is included. The study has a conclusion in which the researcher demonstrates the most important results of the study.

These articles may interest you also

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