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아랍어와 아랍문학검색

ARABIC LANGUAGE & LITERATURE


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 아랍어문학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 연3회
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1229-0882
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논문제목
수록 범위 : 20권 1호 (2016)
7,500
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In this paper, as a genre of political discourse, I have attempted to analyze the slogans used by the Egyptian public in the process of Arab democratization. Slogans are designed to be chanted, exclaimed or shouted by people in public, thus appealing to people’s sense of hearing. Posters are designed to be written, and hence appeal to people’s sense of vision. This paper explores both political slogans, placards and posters from the linguistic and rhetoric viewpoint. It analyzes their linguistic structure, formal pattern and the implicit presuppositions they contain. It argues that, from a formal point of view, slogans and posters represent the political demands and attitudes of the protesters.

이베리아 반도 지명과 아랍어와의 관계 고찰

이규철 ( Kyu Cheol Yi )
6,000
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The purpose of this paper is to study place names in the Iberian Peninsula which was conquered by Muslim Arabs in the 7th-15th centuries. The place names in the peninsula were composed of Arabic, Berber, Greek, Latin, Phoenician, Spanish and/or local elements according to different historical background. The Arabic element is consisting of Literary Language and Colloquial Language both of which were characterized by diglossia. Firstly the differences between Arabic and Spanish were examined in the linguistic features - phonemes (consonants, vowels and syllables) and words/phrases. The place names examined were 26 of which the origins are of Arabic, Berber, Greek, Latin, Phoenician, Spanish or Portuguese.

어휘 의미 강화 전략에 관한 아랍어 학습자들의 인식 및 학습 지도 방안 개발

문지영 ( Ji Young Mun )
7,400
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The purpose of this study is to investigate Arabic learners’ use and perception of vocabulary meaning consolidation strategies and develop instructional techniques. For this study, the survey was conducted with twenty five students who are all freshmen second semester. Twenty six vocabulary meaning consolidation strategies for helping Arabic learners to remember Arabic vocabulary were listed on the questionnaire. And the survey data were analyzed using Pearson correlation coefficient. The main results obtained from this study are as follows. The students used ten vocabulary meaning consolidation strategies for remembering Arabic words: how to learn Arabic vocabulary through the interaction with native speakers, how to connect Arabic words with their synonyms and antonyms, other related words or idioms, how to use word classification, how to analyze the word structure, how to read aloud Arabic words, or write Arabic words repeatedly, and how to take a note for remembering the Arabic words, how to connect Arabic words with words students already knew.

Grammatical time and past verb in novel "Season of migration to the North" by Tayeb Salih

( Nagwa Khalaf )
5,900
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This research aims to study the past verb in the grammatical time in the novel "Season of Migration to the North" by Tayeb Salih, it is narrated by a young man who returns to his village in Sudan, after studying in Europe for seven years. This study came up that the past verb of the Arab able to express time accurately, using some additions to past verb, so we must make a distinction between grammatical time and morphological time. Morphological time gives us one form of the past verb, but if we look at the context, we find many meanings for past verb in several forms, and this is called grammatical time. From this point, this paper studied grammatical time of the past verb in novel"Season of migration to the North", and the followed development of the dramatic event and the past verb, in addition to the important role played by the past verb in the drama develops event.

『나일강 위의 잡담』에 나타난 1960년대 이집트 지식인의 이미지

박재원 ( Jae Won Park )
6,600
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The article aims at surveying the image of intellectual class in Egypt in the 1960s as reflected in the novel Thartharah Fawq al-Nil (Adrift on the Nile) by Najib Mahfuz. Egyptian society under Nasser’s rule was so authoritarian and undemocratic that the majority of the people suffered from suppression in various fields. The novel deals with frustrated intellectuals who gathered in a houseboat to be absorbed in morally ruined life; hashish addiction, alcohol and sex. The main focus of the article consists in Najib Mahfuz’s strategy employed to describe intellectuals and the wider society at that time. He relied on representing meaningful places like the Nile and houseboat as settings, and adopting characters who criticise the regime, but are not trustworthy because of the influence of drug, and the absurd language that is different from the author’s widely-known style. Mahfuz saw the intellectual class, and the regime which brought about the political and social degradation with a critical eye. It seems, however, that he was waiting for a better society and a real reformer when he made the main character Anis Zaki hear a voice saying that the head of the whale would appear soon from the deep water. Mahfuz did not lose hope while it was in the intellectual’s conscience.

The Phenomenon of Dramatic Structure in the Modern Arabic Poetry

( Salaheldin Elgebily )
6,700
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This research examines the confident and coherent vision of the old poet, opposed to the tragic and pessimistic vision of the modern poet. Such modern vision is the result of the violent spiritual, existential, social and political crises, which modern societies have experienced. Having disposed of the traditional topics that burdened old poetry, modern poetry was able to contain a larger domain of the world. Modern poetry has become a reflection of human affection, more committed to the modern time and more successful in portraying it. It had to borrow a lot of the artistic techniques of other literary arts like novel, drama and short stories. Moreover, it has surpassed the boundaries of literature to use the arts of motion picture, photography and drawing, benefiting from their vast potentials, and supplying the poem with more creativity. Old poetry looked at the world through the eye of an individual poet, who expresses his own ideas and feelings. Modern poets, on the other hand, have turned to drama, where they used theater techniques, like irony, dramatic masking and dramatic dialogue. Consequently, the modern poem was transformed from a lyric poem to a poem with multiple voices, which gave the poem a dramatic depth. In this study I state that the transformation of lyric poetry into dramatic poetry was inevitable, due to the fierce conflicts, which the world is going through in the modern era. The study also deals with the efforts exerted by Salah Abdel Sabour in converting poetry from lyrical to dramatic. Abdel Sabour was the most prominent Arab poet who worked on directing the Arabic poetry to drama. He was skilled in the use of dramatic techniques: dramatic masking, irony, dialogue and conflict, within the poem. Meanwhile, the efforts made by Ahmed Shawki , prior to Abdel Sabour, can never be denied . Shawki was a pioneer, though his use of traditional meter within his drama made his plays merely lyrical and lacking conflict, which is the essence of drama. Salah Abdel Sabour, on the other hand, considered drama to be inseparable from the structure of the poem, and not merely an ornament. Finally, the study stops at Ali Ahmad Said, "Adonis", who believes that the reasons for the absence of drama in Arab literature is that Arab societies are secure communities, as they consider themselves "believers". They have not experienced existential anxiety like pagan societies. Drama is associated with this concern and it cannot be successful in such a reassured society. Furthermore, Adonis believes that the transition of Arab society after Islam from desert life to "urbanization" does not mean that it has become a civil society. Adonis believes that nomadic life is a part of the Arabs thinking. The paper also discusses the poetic contribution of Adonis in the use of drama inside the poem; for example the mirror technique, the dramatic dialogue and the dramatic masks - historical masks in particular, such as Abdul Rahman Al-Dakhel and Al-Mutanabbi. He could also devise his own masks, such as "Mahyar of Damascus." The poems of Adonis were packed with dramatic conflict and polyphony. It can be said that after the contribution of Salah Abdel Sabour and Adonis, the Arabic poetry became a source of knowledge, as well as a source of pleasure.
6,400
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The topic of this research is [Interference issues sexuality and National case narrative texts: Wafaa Melih’s “When men cry /Endma Yabkiy El rjal” as a case study]. The Arabic novel mirror usually reflects the image of the Arab society and registration of concepts and values Oriental either positively or negatively. It also reflects interference issues sexuality and national case narrative texts. The meaning interference is the sense interfering issues and confused and similarity, and mixing. Therefore, the separation of these issues from each other is difficult. Where there is no difference between sex and politics. And as a result has long dominated the National case on the sexuality issues. And the narrative text in the novel "When men cry, by Moroccan writer "wafaa Melih" provides model and a clear interfering on the issues sexuality in National political Case.
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