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The novel “Hulm Wardi Fatih Allawn” by Maysaloun Hadi is situated within the realm of the new Iraqi novel, serving as a poignant portrayal of Iraqi pain and reality through linguistic stylistics. This study delves into the characteristics of the Iraqi novel post-2003, specifically focusing on the linguistic stylistics in Hadi’s novel and its depiction of Iraqi pain.The novel is seen as an important narrative representation of Iraqi society and individuals, using language as a primary tool to evoke realism and human emotions. The stylistic approach to the literary text is emphasized, treating it as a linguistic work with various functions. Despite the potential danger of emphasizing style, it plays a crucial role in depicting the Iraqi reality with an emphasis on the linguistic embodiment of pain, sadness, and fear, reflective of the tragic reality faced by the Iraqi people due to wars, occupation, and social conflicts. The research employs a descriptive analytical method focusing on stylistic analysis, with an emphasis on structural, rhetorical, and semantic levels to identify linguistic stylistic phenomena. The study aims to shed light on the literary experience of Maysaloun Hadi and to highlight the sources of stylistic distinction within her novel. Notably, the linguistic analysis uncovers a unique style characterized by syntactic, rhetorical, and semantic methods that contribute to the embodiment of language, effectively reflecting the profound suffering experienced by the Iraqi people.In conclusion, the novel “Hulm Wardi Fatih Allawn” stands as a significant work within the contemporary Arab narrative, offering a profound and prominent portrayal of Iraqi pain through its distinctive linguistic style and narrative embodiment.
Type of Study: Research | Subject: بحثیه

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