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Mirghaderi S F, Nazari Terizi A, Ahmadi K. The Social Narrative in the Novel Al-Audah ela al-Manfa. AIJH 2019; 25 (2) :45-65
URL: http://aijh.modares.ac.ir/article-31-31417-en.html
1- University of Shiraz
2- University of Isfahan
3- University Of Isfahan
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A novel is an art of narrating incident or story that is considered to be one of the best and beautiful kinds of verse. The text's sociology attempts to make the reading in a profound and fundamental way and is not complete or cannot fulfill its existence until it is read. Sociological criticism is one of the new and effective methods in analyzing literary texts especially novels. Accordingly, this article seeks to use the descriptive-analytical method to read the text of “Al-Audah ela al-Manfa" (Return to the Exile), a novel by Abu al-Maati Abu al-Naja, and shows the social and ideological issues the Egyptian community lived in it. The purpose of selecting this novel was its importance in drawing the Egyptian society and expressing their suffering during the presence of foreigners in the country. The results indicate that the narrator knows middle Egyptian classes well because he spent his life there and describes a certain ideology that can be expressed through the structural unification of the novel. Therefore, there is a strong relationship between the elements of place and time as well as social groups and personality with the issues and problems posed in the novel.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Arts and Humanities (General)
Received: 2019/04/8 | Accepted: 2019/07/31 | Published: 2018/12/20

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