Manifestations of Alienation in Abdulla Sekhi’s Trilogy
This study aims to reconcile the theme of alienation with the exploration of its manifestations that provoke the characters’ levels of awareness and intellectual and emotional structure. This human concept, in Abullah Sekhi’s trilogy, has formed a cognitive, cultural mainstream that has dominated the trilogy’s data and intellectual and artistic dimensions.
This study is divided into two sections: The first one is based on studying and framing the manifestations of alienation and discussing its forms and aspects. The second one is based on authenticating the work of art and subjectivity of time and place in determining the theme of alienation and the characters’ psychological and emotional dimensions and their personal and human crises.
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