الرواية النسائية الجزائرية، بنيتها السردية و موضوعاتها- Algerian female novel and supports the Algerian literature

Touil, Souad (2014) الرواية النسائية الجزائرية، بنيتها السردية و موضوعاتها- Algerian female novel and supports the Algerian literature. ["eprint_fieldopt_thesis_type_phd" not defined] thesis, Université Mohamed Khider Biskra.

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Abstract

the question of creativity in novel written by woman is a thorny issue, its first manifestations appear in the problematic to adjust the term (female, feminist, feminine),a problematic that does not adopt a theory to determine the concept and adjust its procedures systematically . Then a search for privacy through the act of writing within the self, and then the concern to search for meaning, which stems from the ready-made judgments based on the inferiority of women in most cases. The Algerian women's novel is based on several novelist names that imposed its presence on the cultural landscape, its novelist board is built on the elements of home, love and death, writers have inspired threads of novelist imaginary from within the Algerian society, especially the black decade and revolution, in order to interrogate history and revolutionary memory to raise the reader’s concerns and make him involved in the production of the text and re-reading the events again. Then focus on self and its suffering through a reversion to the past and interrogating its components in many novels, where the characters find self-stabilizing that helpes them forget the the present and accumulations of time. Classic narrative is attended as missed in many female novelists, thus the structures overlap and intertwine to play a role in the process of storytelling including what each element owns its narrative importance; Time is done through understanding the sequence of events by the presence of the characters and their movement from one place to another, also it maintains a close relationship between the character and the space in which the space, with all its baggage, becomes the holder of the event and the ideas of the character, especially female ones, and through its transformation into multiple symbols and semantics. In its external or internal face , the texts with its different creative levels depend on a furnished focus to the concerns of the nation as well as of the self to tell the story of the Algerian individual in most prominent novels; Ahlam Mosteghanemi comes by her high linguistic opulene and cultural momentum used to serve the text, and Yasmina Saleh and Abeer Scheherazade by commitment and seriousness in subtraction, and Fadila El Farouk by what she possesses of depth of lived consciousness of Woman, that defies her society and arise against the laws by using the body and making it naked, seizing the traditions dismantling the reference and demolishing the usual heritage, so her novels becomes an active role in questioning taboo and silent, to give a new form expresses the interior of the body,and free from the burden of reality and contradictions through her imaginary world that celebrates the body to search for a new identity stretchs in the novelist fabric and penetrates to form a deep image disclose the self to prove her female existence firmly in consciousness, an active self produces a literary text. In the other hand a new young generation appears, they surpasses the literature of crisis period, as well as the borders of Algeria. A generation whose texts are long away from topics we ordinary dealt with, we mention the names of: Sarah Haider Khadija Nimry & Aisha Nimry. Through this attendance with its differences and similarities, a space is formed, it ensures the existance to the Algerian female novel and supports the Algerian literature in general

Item Type: Thesis (["eprint_fieldopt_thesis_type_phd" not defined])
Subjects: P Language and Literature > PV Arabic
Divisions: Faculté des Lettres et des Langues > Département de langue arabe
Depositing User: Admin01 TMLBiskra
Date Deposited: 18 Sep 2014 09:51
Last Modified: 19 Apr 2016 10:41
URI: http://thesis.univ-biskra.dz/id/eprint/160

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