حوليات الآداب واللغات
Volume 8, Numéro 2, Pages 233-251
الكاتب : أبوزيد إسلام .
المختصر الإنجليزي الخاص بآخر البحث This study is based on the basic assumption that poetry exists in Zakaria Tamer's stories, because of his anecdotal style of features that made him unique in a different narrative style, which also made his storytelling experience a great importance and influence on both; the Syrian and Arab levels. This opened the appetite of critics to study his texts and dig for their secrets, so that they took them from multiple angles in a way that is difficult to capture. The study concluded that the narrative in the (AL QUNFOTH) collection was fraught with poetics, although its exterior suggested that they were children's stories, they carried a lot of interest to adults, but in a symbolic, padded poetic way, so that their poetic manifestations were not so linguistically oriented, as in compositional, fictional, or weighty, poetic shaping. In other aspects, they might not seem straightforward, but their poetic effect was powerful in their overall structure. It is not scientific to say that all of Zakaria Tamer's stories reflect the same poetic, because the study's interest was focused on the hedgehog group, and all the results are related to it, but it is necessary to urge researchers to follow the other works of Zakaria Tamer to ascertain whether his style has the same characteristics, or whether the study's findings are exceptional for the hedgehog.
شعرية السرد ; زكريا تامر ; القصة ; الأدبية
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