ISSN: 1815-8854

السنة 6, العدد 29

السنة 6، العدد 29، الربیع 2010، الصفحة 1-145

Place in Ali Fahadi Stories: Analytical Study

Nabhan Hasson Al-Sadoon

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 29, Pages 1-25

The 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 descriptive section and expressions showing place and its contents as a container for the event and personality in a distinctive framework. The study deals with the place in Ali Al Fahady stories through analyzing the narrative texts to show their artistic and aesthetic dimensions to reveal their significances.
The study consists of an introduction and three sections where the introduction identifies the concept of place. Section one examines place description concerning general and private place. Section two deals with patterns of place concerning threshold space/ connecting space, tamed place/ usual place, historical place, spontaneous place, theatrical place/ universal place. Section three deals with vision to identify place through the portioning, scene and universal vision.

Yousif Ibn Ahmed Al Yaghmaori studiesin autobiography and culture's

maha saeed hameed

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 29, Pages 27-48

The research handles the character of Yousif Ibn Ahmed Al Yaghmaori who is a Mousl in his blood , and from an Arab family . He was Contemporay with Al Ajubim and who affected his life in one or another. Eavlier in his life , he was much concerned with Hadith , He has writhing in this filed , but they were lost , Then he changed his concern to literature , especially poetry . He was talented in this area . He left behind anumber of writing , among which is his famous book " Noor Al Qabis" .

Markets and Khans in Mosul through Someof the Shari'a Court Records Between 1831 and 1918

Ouruba Jameel Mahmoud Othman

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 29, Pages 49-65

Markets and Khans are considered the most important commercial centres in the city of Mosul through which the commercial transaction among merchants are done.
The research consists of two axes. The first is Markets in Mosul and their specialization (as far as the commercial goods dealt with) to the city Markets.
The second axis sheds light on the study of Khans because they constitute a special residence of merchants, in addition to presenting social and Economical services to the commercial caravans and to the poor. The Shari'a court also dealt with settling the Heritage cases including the cases of law settlement which take place between the
deputy and those who inherit the Khans

Beauty and womanhood of Assyrian's Queen

shaalan K. solieman

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 29, Pages 67-77

Since the beginning of life , women's care for their beauty, femininity and appearance has been instinctual in their feminine character . It is not strange yet quite logical to know to what extent Asserian queens cared for their beauty and femininity such as taking care of their hair , trimming it down and dyeing it in order to show how beautiful they were . However , the main objective was to arouse their husband – the king , attract his attention and entice him to keep him as a husband by all possible means such as caring for their cleanness , attractiveness and slowing their fairness by using make – up , perfume and by taking good care not only of their clothes , but also of their lingerie as a sexual and seductive means ; a woman does that by instinct clue to her feminine nature .

The basic factors which participate in riseAssyrian imperial

abdul azez E. soltan

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 29, Pages 79-103

The Present paper summarizes a number of major factors that contributed to the establishment of the Assyrian Empire in its modern age. It is shown that these factors were the foundation for the rise of this Empire rather than being a sudden or accidental event. At the top of these factors are the internal and external challenges, military campaigns by Assyrian kings depending on a military force that has once been of the greatest super powers of the world.
The other factors are the administrative system developed by the Assyrians, the division of the Empire into districts and cities and the expansion policy which played a great role in the rise of the Empire, the flow of money and the contact with other civilizations

Needs of the individual in the city of Mosul in 2010

Marah .M.HASAN

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 29, Pages 105-121

The research aims to identify the needs of the individual in the city of Mosul in 2010 and ranked according to priority by conducting a field study of a sample of citizens of the city amounted to 100 Quested, and the most important results of the study that the citizens of the city need to satisfy all of those very needs.

Directing status in mosul universityField study

Hanaa Jasem Al-Sabaawee

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2010, Volume 6, Issue 29, Pages 123-145

The research aims to identify the reality of guidance for students at the University of Mosul during a field study of a sample of university students in a language (100) Quested, and most important results of research lack of attention to the subject of counseling at the University of Mosul.