Conquering and its Repercussions in the Characters of Fathia Al-Assal Play القهر وانعكاساته في شخصيات فتحية العسال المسرحية

  • Saad Ali Naji College of Fine Arts /University of Babylon
Keywords: Conquest, Reflections, Characters, Fethiye Al-Assal, Women's Prison

Abstract

The research aims to study the nature of the oppression and its repercussions in the characters of Fathia al-Assal, its characteristics and the nature of its behavior. The research included four chapters. The first chapter included the research problem that focused on the following question (what is the oppression and its implications in the characters of Fathia al-Assal theatrical), and the importance of research attributed to the need to study the oppression and its implications in the characters of Fathia al-Assal) The intellectual references to oppression and the state of its occupation, and the need for it stems from the fact that this research will benefit the technical and humanitarian specialists and theatrical field of writers, technicians, students and specialists, and identify the objective that focuses on the identification of oppression and its implications in the personalities of FathiaAssal play) The second chapter (the theoretical framework) has been corrupted from two sections, as well as the indicators that resulted from the theoretical framework, And previous studies. The researcher dealt with the first topic: the concept of psychological, social and political oppression and how to do that concept and what mechanisms to help in activating it. The second section dealt with the effectiveness of (oppression) in Arab feminist theatrical discourse. The researcher dealt with the third topic: (Fathia al-Assal). In the previous studies, the researcher did not find a previous study on the concept of

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Published
2019-12-30
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S. A. Naji, “Conquering and its Repercussions in the Characters of Fathia Al-Assal Play القهر وانعكاساته في شخصيات فتحية العسال المسرحية”, JUBH, vol. 27, no. 6, pp. 39 - 57, Dec. 2019.
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