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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 : 21권 1호 (2017)

이집트아랍어의 단순화 현상 연구

이규철 ( Yi Kyu Cheol )
6,600
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The purpose of this paper is to study of Simplification in Egyptian Arabic. Arabic, a Semitic language, is characterized with a diglossia structure - Literary Arabic (LA) and Colloquial Arabic (CA). In this paper CA is focused on Egyptian Arabic (EA). The Simplification is derived from LA into EA in the following. In the phonological aspect, some consonants in EA are changed in the easy-pronounced forms, for example t → t or s; d → d or z; j → g; q → □; □ → Ø. In vowels two diphthongs are changed into long vowels (ay → e, aw → o), and vowel-lengthening, shortening and deletion are occurred in many circumstances. And i-vocalization is widespread. In syllable EA`s length is shorter than that of LA`s. The position of stress of EA is retreated backwards. In the morphological aspect, most of the words in EA lose the word-final endings and their vowels. And the dual forms are disappeared except nouns. And numerals in EA lose the complexity of LA. In the syntax the word order is SVO in EA rather than VSO in LA. And the personal pronouns are used much more in EA than in LA. And in EA. the tense-markers are used to express the present and future tenses.

알라 알디브 『레몬 꽃』의 회고 서술에 관한 연구

박재원 ( Park Jae Won )
6,100
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The paper aims at surveying the aspects of flashback or analepsis as shown in Egyptian writer Alaa al-Dib`s novel Zahr al-Laymun(Lemon Blossom). The novel consists of the protagonist Abd al-Khaliq al-Masiri`s weekend trip from Suez to Cairo where his family and fr iends live. The trip is primarily a spatial transfer, but the author attempts to expand the dimension of narration in order to contain time-related experiences of the past. The novel`s flashback characterizes three main groups; the protagonist`s family and neighbors, his comrades in the association and prison, and his lover and wife Muna al-Misri. The flashback does not present the past events in a consecutive way. On the contrary, reversed sequences are frequently observed. Nevertheless the events are not so hard to understand, because the novel`s language is in common literary style. The ups and downs of the flashbacked events bear a close parallel to the deteriorating social conditions of Egypt in the 1970s. The novel does not offer any brand new narrative technique, but succeeds in reflecting the Egyptian intellectual class`s growing alienation from the society.

라일라 알우스만의 페미니즘 소설에 나타난 후각표현 연구

김정아 ( Kim Jeong A )
5,800
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This study examines the description of the olfactory senses featured in the works of Layla al-`Utlunan. The argument that the olfactory offers a new possibility to further and develop the world of narratives is one method of approach in postmodernist research. In her feminist novels, Layla al-`Uthman sought to maximize impact through the use of the olfactory to describe the psychological state of her female characters. Though the character in Picture (al-Surah) attempted to start an extramarital affair, the medium which caused her to refrain from doing so was the photograph defined with `the smell of an old woman.` Here, olfactory description functions as a supplementary aid to visual description. The female character in Among the Files| of Women (Min Milaff Inn a `ah) resorts to the murder of her husband as a result of accumulated dissatisfaction with their sex life. The lingering scent after the young married couple living next door had sexual intercourse was the trigger for this murder. After being raped by her brother-in-law. the character in The Wall has been Shredded to Pieces (al-Judran ···Tatamazzaq) gives birth to and murders her son in the school bathroom. The olfactory, in the transposed illustration of the bathroom as a slaughterhouse and the described stench of blood, constitutes the climax scene of the work. In Sad Night (Laylah al-Qahr), both the bathroom cleaning lady and the bourgeois woman share a commonality in that they both seduce their husbands with their perfumes. However, the `perfumes` of both of these females lead to their rejection; likewise, at the centrality of the narrative, the olfactory plays a primary or at least secondary role such as in the definition of the values of the characters or in the illustration of their actions. Just as the works of Layla al-`Uthman are inseparable from the themes of feminism, the crucial role of the olfactory senses in her feminist works are inextricably intertwined. It is possible to observe an indivisible relationship between the olfactory and its use as signification of the hope, desire, despair, and sacrifice of the female characters in the works of Layla al-`Uthman. The importance of the use of the olfactory in the author`s works render the beginnings of a new paradigm to the diversified yet precise use of human physiology and sensory modality to deliver meaning to the reader`s cognition.
7,700
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A discourse is information sharing method understanding the World. The people who agree to any discourse may interpret Pieces of information through the discourses and could make it woven story skillfully. Each discourse in Islam possess assumptions, judgements, contentions offering basic conception for analysis, argument, agreement and non- agreement. Islamism wording and Islamism discourses that IS uses in DABIQ expose their own sharing method understanding. IS leaders and its members construct several discourses between themselves and Muslims joining them newly through using many Islamism wordings. The author of this article analyzed discourses and identity of IS through Islamism wording using in DABIQ, internet journal which IS has published.In this analysis, the author could understand more clearly the identity of IS. To sum up, IS is violent Islamist group aiming at build Khilafah state, Islamic state.We can predict behavior pattern of IS and contribute to identity study of new Islamist groups of post- IS through this analysis.
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