글로버메뉴 바로가기 본문 바로가기 하단메뉴 바로가기

논문검색은 역시 페이퍼서치

아랍어와 아랍문학검색

ARABIC LANGUAGE & LITERATURE


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 아랍어문학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 연3회
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1229-0882
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 17권 1호 (2013)

언어적으로 코란이 아랍어에 미친 영향

정규영 ( Kyu Young Jung )
6,000
키워드보기
초록보기
The purpose of this study is to cast light on the linguistic influences of the Quran on Arabic in the aspects of the vocabularies, the grammar, and the expressions. As a language of the first Arabic book, Quran, Arabic was aneffective tool to convey the religious message of Islam to unbelievers from a muslim`s point of view. But it is also true that the Quran and Islam had a deep impact on the Arabic itself. In this study, I tried to clarify the unique bond between Arabic and Islam, the social role and status of Arabic in pre-Islamic Arabia, the inimitability of Quran, and Quran`s linguistic influences on the Arabic. The fact that the Quran includes many foreign vocabularies resulted in great interest of Muslim scholars in the borrowing, an important aspect of the linguistic evolution. And the interests in Quran and Islam helped Arabic Alphabet to be formed in a better shape that we see now. Thanks to Quran and Islam, Arabic was able to spread to the vast Islamic Empire from the Atlantic Ocean to the Indian Ocean with a relatively rapid speed and in a relatively short time.
6,000
키워드보기
초록보기
These days Palestinian life is harsh and disastrous. Numerous people including children and young people are fighting for liberty and independence against Israel. Their modern literature reflects their special environment. Children`s literature in Palestine is an integral part of modern Palestine literature. Palestinian literature for children thus representing their harsh and disastous life. In the tragic situation, Palestinian writers show their heroic vision of resistance and faith of national liberation for their children. Their books are educational, historical, and nationalistic. This study aims to show national consciousness in the heroic children`s stories of Palestinian writer Rawdah al-Hudhud. Rawdah al-Hudhud is Palestines foremost pioneer in the children`s literature. She writes the various genres of children`s literature and her heroic children`s stories are counted among her major works. These stories embellish the life of a real hero in their history, and this arouses national consciousness, and young readers know how they can conquer their problems.
6,700
키워드보기
초록보기
This research deals with some motifs-including sayings, images and views portraying the life of man-that are represented in the Mu`allaqat (?????Þ??), an anthology of seven long Arabic poems in the Jahiliyah (pre-Islamic) era. In my previous paper, "A Study on the Motifs of Man"s Mortal Fate, as Represented in the Mu"allaqat," I argued that atlal`s (?Ø??? traces of nomads` staying) introduction and other parts of poems imply man`s death to be an inevitable destiny. My contention in this paper is that relatively many parts of the Mu`allaqat are full of motifs indicating man`s life, liveliness and activity. I also assert that three particularly important motifs are the woman, camel, and tribalism motifs. The woman motif, represented by descriptions of the attractive female body, man`s longing for his female partner, scenes of passionate love, and love entanglement, focuses on the narrative of sexuality and shows an enthusiasm for life. The camel motif is an important element coinciding with Arab nomads` emotions in that the camel is an animal which endures the barrenness of the desert. The images of camels in the poems-which are characterized by the camel`s physical toughness, patience and persistence-are associated with man`s strong will to survive despite harsh circumstances. By revealing the life as it was during the pre-Islamic era, the tribalism motif forms a contrast with the above two motifs with connotative meanings. Narratives of tribalism in the poems such as those depicting one`s devotion to his tribe, one helping his tribesmen in difficult situations, warriors fighting for their tribes, and poets acting as spokesmen for their tribes imply the pre-Islamic Arabs` will to live by attaching great importance to the affairs of their tribes. As a whole, I think that the Mu`allaqat shows the Arabs` will to be faithful to life and their struggle for existence, while recognizing their fate to eventually die.

자브라 이브라힘 자브라 소설의 섹슈얼리티

하주형 ( Joo Hyoung Hah )
6,300
키워드보기
초록보기
Jabra Ibrahim Jabra( 1920-1994 ,???? ??????? ???? ) is considered that he takes the pornography into the arab. He took the arab literature to the new direction. In his novels, lives men and women are indulged in sex. They apart from ethics or morality or religion. They see love as a sort of a game. It is broken the role of female as a mother and a housewife from old days, they have sex with anybody in the name of love. Also men in the novels, were not patriarchal any more. Therefore, the estimation of sexuality in Jabra`s novels is essential part. Jabra`s novels『A Cry In a Long Night』(「????æ? ?? ???? ??Þ」, 1946), 『Hunters in a Narrow Street』(「????æ? ?? ???? ??Þ 」, 1960),『The Ship』 (「???????」, 1970),『In Search of Walid Masoud』(「????? ?? æ??? ???æ? 」, 1978) studied the character of sexuality as follows : sexuality of chaos and hopelessness, sexuality of escape from reality, sexuality of sexual desire, sexuality of spiritual love, sexuality of lost homeland. The most of sexuality is distorted figure. It is from the war, they couldn`t find the value of life and meanings and indulged in the sex. Jabra Ibrahim Jabra had treated freely ``sexuality``, more or less taboo subject in the Islamic culture. He pulled out the issue of sexuality to the outward and make gush out desire of discourse of sex. Jabra`s sexuality would be ``sexuality of human nature``, ``escape from reality``, in the word of sexuality would be find consolation and rest in the disastrous life.

영화 "아라비아 로렌스"에 나타난 영국의 대(對) 아랍정책과 아랍부족의 기질

황의갑 ( Eui Gab Hwang )
5,800
키워드보기
초록보기
Many Most Movies concerning the Arab which were made in the Western world usually give negative images of the Arab. The Western films including Hollywood identify the Arab as the wide stage which provides only exotic images for the movies of colonial rulers. The film produced in 1962 was based on T.E. Lawrence`s own life who was an eminent archaeology and followed the English policy toward the Middle East. Contrary to the negative perceptions toward the Arab in Hollywood and the story about love and jealousy in existing films, it is the male-oriented movie which manifests the phase of the times and the character of Arab tribes. In this text, we look at how Arabs became independent and they developed independent countries and what character of Arab tribes was like in the film through the English policy that affected the independence of Arab countries and the role of Lawrence.

Women`s writing A comparative study of a number of Arab and Korean Writers` testimonies

( Abdu Al Ghaffar )
8,000
키워드보기
초록보기
The following is a research / study that deals with two main concepts ;women and creativity. Starting with creativity, in terms of poetic language, is the ability to combine or entwine both words and feelings together, so that the meanings and pictures of poems would reflect a kind of silent meditation. Woman is mother and sister , the beloved wife and daughter. She`s been man`s partner since the beginning of creation , to the day of judgment. She was created from Adam " s rib, so as to be a part of him, in a subliminal clear message that may not be understood by lots of men up to this moment. Women is Adam`s partner in the sin that drove them both out of paradise. Yet, she was to be blamed alone, bear, alone, the burden of that sin in the memory of humanity. This blame was to be transferred to the rest of woman Even in stories, religious beliefs, fairy tales and legends. Time and material of the study. The study includes/ shows different viewpoints of a number of Arab and south Korean female writers on "women`s writings", based on the following questionnaire: Firstly, introduce yourself, your publications, and send sample texts from your own writings. Secondly, what do you write about? what does writing mean to you as a woman? whether you write a novel or a short story? Thirdly, what do you seek/aim at when you write? Do you deal with daily life problems the same as man does or differently? do you select special topics/day life problems to deal with when you write? Does your selection differ from that of a man`s? Fourthly, what do you think of feminism? Do you believe that woman`s writing is really different from man`s ? In what aspect is it different? If there are any differences , how could you explain them? meaning: are there any special differences of a woman`s writing that make it different from that of man`s? Fifthly, and finally, you do have freedom to write as much as you could about women`s writings in comparison with men`s writings. This study compares ,on one side, the answers of female writers of the same culture, so as to compare the main points of these answers between Arab and south Korean female writers on the other side. To achieve this goal, the study/comparison depends on literary theories, such as, sociology literature, psychology literature, comparative literature and poetic text analysis. Results - On terms of creative writing, there are basic biological and psychological features that cause the difference between man and woman. This study clarifies those features in the statements/ testimonies of some creative female writers. - Some writers believe that male and female creators are "humans" ,thus, they deal with the same issues with similar angles and view points, yet, following varied/ different approaches. Of course as well as what is being concentrated upon or marginalized - This last point was confirmed by poetess kang hee Jane , according to both, her nature as a female and personal experience with writing, she had to choose particular aspects when dealing with the same subjects/issues that man deals with. - Woman`s writing is a kind of resistance", this was expressed and embodied in the statement of "Kim seng" who said that writing poetry is a kind of rejection of this world who framed woman as a consumer material, as Rabab Kassab mentioned " women`s literature reflects smooth resistance" To conclude, according to female writers statements in the above mentioned questionnaire, there wasn`t much difference in literary writings between Arab and Korean female writers, the clear big difference was about the kind of freedom on choosing subjects of writing and the ways of expressing it for Korean writers women.
1