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Aesthetics of Arabic Literature

Auther : Prof. Ahmad Al-Hawary and others

Aesthetics of Arabic Literature

 

 

 

Prof. Ahmad Al-Hawary                                          Prof. Turki Al-Mughid

Prof. Saad Maslouh                                                  Prof. Mohammad Al-Najar

Prof. Mosa Rababaah                                              Prof. Nouria Al-Roumi

Dr. Mursel Al-Ajmi                                                   Prof. Haifa Al-Sanousi

Dr. Jassem Al-Fuhaid                                               Dr. Fatima Al-Khalifa

Dr. Sabah Al-Sweifan                                               Dr. Asma Alsarhan

 

 

Dr. Mohammad Alenezi

Dept. of Arabic  -  Faculty of Arts  -  Kuwait University

 

 

The aesthetics of Arabic literature

 

The aesthetics of Arabic literature is a university teaching book with educational, instructional, and academic goals.  It is designed in accordance with scientific approach and a clear critical vision.  This book contains Quranic, poetic, and prosaic texts supported with critical analytic illustrations and training questions on linguistic, literary, and cultural skills which the book has targeted.

 

The poetry and prose texts are variable in terms of kinds and purposes.  They are carefully selected to represent different earas.  The poetic texts start form Pre-Islamic, Islamic, Omayyad, Abbasid, and Andalusi poetry and ending up with contemporary Neo-Arabic poetry.  The prosaic texts include literary genera and narrativity types manifested by story, symbolic fable, Maqama, play, essay, and voyage literature.

 

The approach to deal with these texts is to define these genera, their history, and aesthetic literary characte4risitcs.  This approach is also based on interpreting, analyzing, and commenting on these texts in order to show the cultural context and the artistic structures of these texts.

 

All the above texts represent the first part of the book.  The second part, howeverm is dedicated to a number of poetic and prosaic texts which are not interpreted to serve as texts models to be assigned to students by the instructor.  This part aims at enforcing the principle of self-learning in students and at achieving skills related to learning objectives among them.

 

 

 

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