Social criticism in the poetry of Abu ALATAHYAH
CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC STUDIENS MAGAZINE,
Volume 5, Issue 10, Pages 290-323
AbstractNfluenced by the poet in any era of Ages environment in which they
live positively or negatively, and be influenced by different between poet and last, according to relationship vulnerability and impact exchanged between the poet and his community; Therefore, we believe many of them were interested in issues of their society and alerted to the responsibility that lies on Awatgahm in monitoring and toleratedhand, and addressed and fixed on the other hand, those poet Abu ALATAHYAH who excelled in Tsoarmojtmah
The research social criticism in the poetry of Abu ALATAHYAH, Azard poet prominent social issues pursued people in treatment with some of them, have criticized Abu ALATAHYAH himself and his community in terms of behavioral, economic, political and religious advance to the recipient a comprehensive picture of society, The research is divided on the boot and two sections.
Was entitled boot (the concept of social criticism and motives when ABU ALATAHYAH) consisted of two parts, the First Section Search linguistic and terminological meaning of the concept of social criticism, and included the second part of the study of the most prominent boot social motives that led the poet to use social criticism in his hair.
He came First research titled (Monetary moral and religious) as highlighted on the most important advantages of congenital and behavioral deviant and rejected morally and religiously by criticism poet and ridiculed by the public, and he suffered the poet in cash. clerics and preachers and judges, in advance of the reader a complete picture of the nature of social life in the his time.
While came second section name (Monetary economic and political) has addressed this topic criticism poet of the nature of economic life in the community and the suffering of the poor and stingy rich and greed, price increases and injustice caliphs and governors, and then came the conclusion that recorded the researcher the most important findings in his research
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