General & special Aims & scope of Studies in Arabic Narratology Journal Aims & scope of Studies in Arabic Narratology Journal

 | Post date: 2020/07/7 | 
 Aims & scope
Studies in Arabic Narratology (SANpublishes critical studies that contribute to both narrative theory and the analysis of narrative techniques in Arabic literature. Arabic Narratology is the study of narrativity and how it forms our perception of a narrative text. It addresses innovative researches in Arabic narrative literature. The journal receives oiginal studies from all over the world that contribute to the study of narrative techniques in Arabic narrative texts. The journal also welcomes studies that address and examine narrative techniques of the Holy Qur'an as the main source of Arabic literature and Islamic religious texts. Please make sure that your study falls within the following domains:

1. Examining narrative elements of contemporary Arab writers such as Naguib Mahfouz, Tayeb Saleh, Abdulrahman Munif, Taha Hussein, Tawfiq Hakim, Yusuf Idris, Ali Badr, Inam Kajji, etc.

2. Examining narrative features of the Holy Qur'an and other scriptures.

3. Examining narrative features of novels, short stories, travelogues, etc.

4. Applicating contemporary critical theories such as feminist theory, postcolonial theory, and etc. on Arabic prose texts such as those written by Mohammed Hussein Alwan, Rabi Al Madhoun, Shukri Al Mabkhoot, Ahmad Sa'dawi, Sa'abar Allah, Rabah and Saud Al-Sanousi, Rabbani and Saud Al-Sanousi and Rabbabah Abdo Khal, Youssef Zaidan and so on.

5. Comparative studies between Arabic and Persian fictional literary works: both classic and modern texts.

6. Comparative studies between Arabic and English fictional literary works: both classic and modern texts.

7. Examining the style of Arabic stories and novels with regard to cultural, political, social and historical discourses of Arab nations.

8. Studying semantic, structural, psychological, social, and historical narratives of Arabic narratives.

9. Propounding new narrative theories related to Arabic literature.

10. Examining contemporary Arabic novel from a postmodern perspective.

11.  Examining narrative features of folk tales, myths and other forms of popular Arabic literature.

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