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Irony In "Al - Hana's" Letter by Al - Ma'ari Abi Al - Alaa' (in Arabic).

Auther : Sahar Jadallah

Al - Hana's Letter constitutes a concession to its reader as it arouses enquiries, alienation and contradictions which compel him/her to reread it differently. As a result, the appropriate technique to analyze and read it properly to lead to knowledge tranquility and to dissipate feelings of
ambiguity and alienations is irony.
One of the main patterns present in “Al-Hana's” letter was the lexical irony in its two types and the dramatic irony. Hence, the study started by defining the most significant of these patterns, then examined the text indicating places and types of irony as the text requires. As a result, some of these patterns were mixed in the analysis process as the dramatic irony, events irony, and the observed irony.

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