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Title: The beginnings of modern critical practice Between the rules of comparison and the provisions of classical criticism
Authors: كمال لعور
Keywords: Critical practice
neighborhood movement
Baathist criticism
Issue Date: 31-Jan-2020
Series/Report no.: V8 N1 jan 2020 (14);
Abstract: Literary criticism has a prominent place in the sciences of the Arabic language today, but before it became a stand-alone science, it took different phases and stages since the beginning of the twentieth century, and was early in the first derive from Western theories through translation, and the movements of revival and Baath that emphasized the exclusion of monetary values Until these views and those extremists collided with an extremist current as a deterrent from the Western curriculum and took it as a necessary alternative to the traditionalapproaches . Modern Arab criticism in its evolutionary stage has hit two intellectual currents, The first is inspired by the West's artistic visions and makes comparisons between Arab and Western literature on the basis of fascination and admiration, and the second does not count only on the ground of heritage criticism stems from respect and sanctification of the old. The two streams coexisted side by side before an extreme current emerged that abolished the old and old. And be a war on the conservatives and semi-renewal, and seeks a revolutionary coup literature that only satisfies the new at once. How did the first rules contribute to the Arab criticism? What are the advantages and peculiarities of the first pioneers, and what are the features they left behind in the course of Arab criticism? This article tries to explain the developments of this stage and the parties that have worked hard to develop the science of criticism and demarcation of the Arab environment, while drawing the technical and theoretical values that characterized this era
Description: Revue DAKIRA
ISSN: 2335-125X
Appears in Collections:Dakra numero-14 2020 (V8 N1)

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