Exclusion Concept in the Iraqi Dramatic Communication

  • Aqeel Jaefer Al Waely College of Fine Arts/ University of Babylon
  • Zainab Noory Khanjer General of Education in Babil
Keywords: Despotism and exclusion, Characters' interaction, Dramatic struggle, Despot character, Dominating, control and exclusion

Abstract

The theater was close to the human issues of the society. It reflects the social life including social events. Many plays and scripts were in harmony with people's suffering because dramatists interested in electing titles that deal with violations, human rights, despotism and exclusion. The characters interact directly or indirectly with the play event and identify the dramatic struggle between the Despot and the marginalized person. So human suffering was a part of the literature of the global theater in general and Iraqi drama in specific. The despot person is usually a prisoner and a hostage for himself who always tries to control others and exclude some by using his own tools and behavior. The despot person likes to control others and obliged them to accept his ideas because he is selfish.

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Published
2019-01-03
How to Cite
[1]
A. Al Waely and Z. Khanjer, “Exclusion Concept in the Iraqi Dramatic Communication”, JUBH, vol. 26, no. 9, pp. 290 - 304, Jan. 2019.
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