Paper Information

Journal:   JOURNAL OF RESISTANCE LITERATURE (SCOLARY RESEARCH)   FALL 2009 , Volume 1 , Number 1; Page(s) 185 To 199.
 
Paper: 

MYTHS OF RESISTANCE IN THE EZZ-EDDEEN MANASRAH'S POETRY

 
 
Author(s):  MIRZAEI FARAMARZ*, HEYDARI MARZIEH
 
* ARABIC LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, BU-ALI SINA UNIVERSITY
 
Abstract: 
A prominent feature of Palestinian resistance poetry is to defend the Palestinian existence and identity against the occupants. That's why poets of resistance have used different artistic devices such as myth to give their poems a deeper meaning.
Modern Palestinian poet, through his familiarity with western culture and literature has artistically used myth-a tale created by imagination and national tradition- in his poetry.
'Ezz-Eddeen Manasrah', the Palestinian Poet-refugee has deployed myth to show the chaotic Arab-Palestinian situation beautifully. The myth used in Manasrah's poetry features 'endurance' and hope applied to the hidden structure of the ode.
He has paid attention to ancient Arab and religious myths such as 'Imru'ul-Qays', Christ, Hajar, Ishmael and ancient Greek myth of Adonis and Hovres. The poet has an amazing ability in creating mythical images of historical facts. He mythically represents facts that contain Palestinian identity such as Canaan, Hajar and Christ to call Palestinians to genuine identity, hope and endurance.
 
Keyword(s): MYTH, PALESTINIAN RESISTANCE POETRY, 'EZZ-EDDEEN MANASRAH
 
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