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amraei M. ووAppearance of the presence of the Greek mythology "Achilles" in contemporary Arabic poetry based on Pierre Bronel's theory (Mahmoud Darvish, Abdul Aziz Al Maalah and Suleiman Al-Bustani). CLRJ. 2020; 8 (1) :1-23
URL: http://clrj.modares.ac.ir/article-12-30432-en.html
Assistant Professor of Arabic Language and Literature Velayat University, Iranshahr, Iran , m.amraei@velayat.ac.ir
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According to critics and experts in the field of myth, "Achilles" or "Achilles" is the most immense Greek mythological hero in the Trojan War. Humorous, the oldest and most famous Greek epic, in his book The Iliad, the most comprehensive epic version of the West and the Greeks, is the story of this myth and his adventures in the Trojan War. This book has had tremendous effects on the cultural and literary communities of the West and the East. In the same vein, some contemporary Arab poets, like Suleiman Al-Bustani (1856), Mahmoud Darwish (1941), and Abdul Aziz Al-Maqalah (1937), have often been influenced by Iliad Homer, calling this myth. The purpose of this article is to critique and evaluate the effects of the presence of the myth of "Achilles" in the poetry of the poets, based on Pierre Brunel's theory and how to apply it in their poetry. The research achievement, which has been written with a descriptive-analytical method, shows that the Achilles myth in the poetry of some named, such as Darwish, and the articles that are poets of the generation of screaming and catastrophic events and defeat in Arab lands, The mission of a war hero on the battlefield of Troj, as a sinner and political ambassador among Arab nations, is that the emancipation of contemporary human beings from pain and suffering is political-social.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: Adaptive Literature and Cultural Studies
Received: 2019/02/14 | Accepted: 2019/10/22 | Published: 2020/03/29

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