Dialogue in Ali Fahadi Stories: Analytical Study
Derasat Mosulia Journal,
2009, Volume 5, Issue 26, Pages 37-56
AbstractThe Muslawi writer, Dr. Ali Kamal Al Den Al Fahadi, lecturer of Islamic Literature at the College of Arts, Mosul University, is examined here for the coherent and artistic features that characterize his stories in addition to their poetic and sensitive language. They include eight stories published for the period 1999–2004 including: Light Mistress and the Original Horse (1999), Equities in Al Aqsa Sky (2000), Mistress of Towers (2001), The Depressed and the Prey (2001), Dhuhur Valley Angle (2001), River Teacher (2001), Horse and Banner (2003), Ox, Yard and Wrestling (2004).
Ali Al Fahady stories included various examples of narrative dialogue showing the characters and present the events. This study examines the dialogue in Ali Al Fahady stories through analyzing the dialogue texts and show their artistic and aesthetic dimensions to reveal their significances.
The study consists of an introduction and two sections. The introduction identifies the concept of dialogue while section one examines the external dialogue: the dual/ the convergence as related to the compound dialogue (the descriptive analytical), the symbolic dialogue and the dialogue without description, analysis and symbolization. Section two deals with the internal dialogue: individual/ mono dialogue as related to monologue, conscious dialogue, imagination and self–conversation.
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