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rezapormohaisny T, MOHTADI H, Zare N, Pour Abed M J, Balavi R. Representing the Implicit Masculinity Model in the Novel "Tishrin" by Wafaa Abd al-Razzaq (A Cultural Criticism Study). AIJH 2024; 30 (3) :67-84
URL: http://aijh.modares.ac.ir/article-31-60392-en.html
1- PhD student of Arabic Language and Literature, Persian Gulf University, Bushehr
2- Associate Professor, Department of Arabic Language and Literature, Persian Gulf University, Bushehr , mohtadi@pgu.ac.ir
3- Associate Professor, department of Arabic language and literature, Persian Gulf University, Bushehr
4- Associate Professor, Department of Arabic Language and Literature, Persian Gulf University, Bushehr
Abstract:   (1054 Views)
Implicit model is a fundamental concept, on which, cultural criticism is based as it deals with the function of a model in texts and discourses and examines the textual subconscious, and dismantles the academic rhetorical language that is far from social problems and facts of the social life. This model may be present in songs, costumes, fables, and proverbs, as it is in poems, stories, novels, and other forms of art. Beneath all these elements is a cultural system perceived by the listener, viewer, or reader because of its hidden adaptation to an older model fixed in the mind. Regarding the cultural approach examining hidden Implicit Masculinity Model, the present study seeks to examine and analyze it in the novel Tishrin by Iraqi novelist Wafaa Abd al-Razzaq. In the sub-topics, the representations of masculinity in the novel such as: love, the desire for control, elimination, covering masculinity with religion, and the fear of shame, were examined. The study reached a set of results, the most important ones: Wafaa Abd al-Razzaq is consciously at times, and sometimes unconsciously creates a conflict between the authority of male discourse and rebellion against this discourse behind an aesthetic and literary model. That’s in order to  fill her novel with the pattern of implicit virility, so her novel no longer concerned only the central, but the margin became the focus of attention as well.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Arts and Humanities (General)
Received: 2022/03/22 | Accepted: 2022/09/14 | Published: 2024/03/20

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