عنوان المقالة [English]
The theme of resistance is an important component of the new Arabic poetry.Samih Qasim is one of the most famous Arab poets whose name is tied to the poem of revolution and resistance of 1948.Qasim's poem is based on revolutionary realism, in which it calls for rebellion and protest. Most Odes Qasim has revolutionary themes and resistances. In his poetry, he used the mechanism of bitter comedy, and we see less poetry at this level. The present research is conducted with an analytical descriptive approach to study this approach in his poem. The most important finding of the research is that the issue of resistance, despite being welcomed by many poets, but what distinguishes Samiah Qasim from others is his unique style, which puts him at the forefront of others. On the other hand, he has signaled some words and announcements in the direction of the bitter comic discourse to attack the Israeli occupation regime best. He has done this in an excellent way and he has used the opposite of the image in shanfara ode. Qasim's speech in his political discourse, which has a bitter comic taste, is divided into three categories: Israeli occupation and its supportive governments, Arab rulers, and Palestinian "I". The poet has considered the menacing and critical responsibility of occupied Palestine to be the three groups.
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