International Journal for Arabic Linguistics and Literature Studies

Volume 4 - Issue 4 (1) | PP: 117 - 136 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/JALLS2022.4.4.1
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Representations of Arab Identity in the Poetry of Non-Native Speakers Last Fires Poem by the Senegalese Poet Anjugo Lning -As A Model-

Samia Abdullah Mohammad Alamri
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
18/12/2022 3/1/2023 15/1/2023 2/2/2023
Abstract
This study aims to reveal Arabic identity representations in the literary experience of non-native Arabic speaker’s poets through the relation between language and identity. It also intends to show the language reality of nonnative Arabic speakers by shedding light on the Senegalese experience in particular. It was carried on Last Fires poem by the Senegalese poet Anjugo Ining. The Arabic identity appeared prominent in the poetic poem space in its intellectual and stylistic aspect through the intellectual connotations' diversity between religious, cultural, spatiotemporal and alienation phenomenon in addition to the stylistic construction represented in vocal, synthetic and pictorial rhythm. The study concluded that a nonnative Arabic speaker poet is capable to represent Arabic identity in his or her poetry if he or she masters Arabic, comprehends its culture and is influenced by its identity through all the semantics and stylistic spaces which was clear in Last Fires poem.


How To Cite This Article
Alamri , S. A. M. (2023). Representations of Arab Identity in the Poetry of Non-Native Speakers Last Fires Poem by the Senegalese Poet Anjugo Lning -As A Model-. International Journal for Arabic Linguistics and Literature Studies, 4 (4), 117-136, https://doi.org/10.31559/JALLS2022.4.4.1

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