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Journal:   JOURNAL OF CRITICISM AND COMPARATIVE LITERATURE   MARCH 2012 , Volume 1 , Number 4; Page(s) 25 To 53.
 
Paper: 

EMPLOYMENT HERITAGE IN MIRROR POEMS OF ABDOL WAHAB AL-BAYATI

 
 
Author(s):  ABDI SALAH ADDIN*
 
* BU-ALI SINA UNIVERSITY OF HAMEDAN
 
Abstract: 

Bayati was the third of three persons who took up the lead in modern Arabic poetry in the Iraq conflict and paternity of modern Arabic poetry. His marker more legends and innovator mask in contemporary Arabic poetry. Distributed sources of heritage at the al-Bayati, the six divisions including; literary and historical, religious and mystical and popular and legendary use Bayati forms or personalities, many different races and ethnic groups, spread way Bayati models various items, including through the techniques of the mask and intertextuality and displacement. Emerged from the different forms or characters that employment Bayati, and through some of the poetic texts by the quotes, the following topics: revolution, oppression, alienation, and exile and alienation rebellion, pain and suffering, and death. Al-Bayati to believe it is the result of the past and between him and Heritage exist familiarity and the response consisted with him because he found in his voice votes and idea and for the unity of human experience. Characterized by his poetic adventure and freedom of movement toward renewal, Al-Bayati always tries to shed light on the faces of villains and breaking concepts stable, and rebel against the static world and life, thus achieving freedom of creativity and discovery. The Al-Bayati is not transferred to the past, citing a static, or copy it copies, but creates it, dropped him on his vision. To study the notice-Bayati, we relied on the analytical method - prescriptive.

 
Keyword(s): EMPLOYMENT, HERITAGE, MYTHOLOGY, SYMBOL, ABDEL WAHAB AL-BAYATI, ARABIC CONTEMPORARY POEM
 
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