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Journal:   ARABIC LITERATURE (FACULTY OF LETTERS AND HUMANITIES)   WINTER 2012 , Volume 3 , Number 3; Page(s) 135 To 155.
 
Paper: 

"NEOLOGICAL ELEMENTS IN POEM OF SALAH ABDUL SABOOR"

 
 
Author(s):  GOODARZI LEMRASKI HASSAN*
 
* MAZANDARAN UNIVERSITY
 
Abstract: 

The first exposure of Arabic world to the western world may be traced at the final years of 18th century simultaneously with Napoleon's Invasion to Egypt that played an essential role in awakening of western world. Literature is one of the areas that have been extremely influenced by this issue where it has been dramatically affected in terms of content by emergence of some great literary figures like Baroodi and Ahmad Shoghi etc while it did not exceed from this extent. But after 1947, by advent of poets such as Nazek Al-Malaekehand Badr Shakir Al-Siab, poetic structure has broken and Free Verse is designated. One of poets that have played crucial role in this field is Salah Abdul Saboor, who has broken structure of classic Arabic verse under the influence by T.S. Eliot and he make every effort to transform the content as well and to serve literature for the sake of human and humanity. This essay is intended to explore and analyze some of foremost innovative components in his verses by employing his poems and analysis on them that is: Paradigm-Phobia, characterization by existansialistic and realistic perspective toward human's problems in society and traditional heritage.

 
Keyword(s): SALAH ABDUL SABOOR, PARADIGM-PHOBIA, CHARACTERIZATION, TRADITIONAL HERITAGE
 
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