The implicit cultural patterns in the novel “hāwyat ālmra ālmtwḥša” by Abdelkarim Yanina

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Sahnine ali


The present research paper aims to analyze the discourse of implicit patterns in the novel (hāwyat ālmra ālmtwḥša: raehat el oum) by Abdelkarim Yanina as a deep and well-written cultural text that delves into the history of the country and reflects and portrays its culture, its setbacks, its tragedies, and tribulations. Moreover, these patterns include the identity pattern, the identity of the place (hāwyat ālmra ālmtwḥša), this same lost identity of the nation as a direct consequence of the calamities that successively affected it, the pattern of the black decade that sent the country and its people into a dark tunnel following its initial searching for the best, and the pattern of alienation and emigration outside the country, which is one of the impacts and causes of terrorism. Along with the pattern of the capital's "Chaabi traditional music" and the pattern of the metropolitan culture, the novel also features the pattern of scent, which has different manifestations in the form of the scents of the mother, the nation, the setting, and the character, as well as the pattern of history and an invitation to read and rewrite the book.

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