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|Title||Thought and Recalling History in Muaeen Bsiso's "The Nigro Revolution" Critical vision of contemporary|
|Title in Arabic||الفِكْرُ واسْتدعاءُ التّاريخِ في مسرحيّة "ثورة الزّنجِ" للكاتب "معين بسيسو" رؤيةٌ نقديّةٌ معاصِرةٌ|
The recalling of history is based on the playright's visions with regard the reading and employing of historical events and selecting vision and expressive, dramatic techniques. The Nigro Revolution is one of the best dramatic works of the Palestinian poet Muaeen Bsiso as it discusses the concept of revolution and its inevitable outbreak and continution. Bsiso recalled The Nigro Revolution with focus on its leader "Ali bin Mohammed" considering him a source of inspiration for the current Palestinian revolution. The components of the play were affected by the writer's visions and his history-related viewpoint, and this was clearly seen in the construction of characters, conflicts, and dialogue. The play was also packed with several artistic forms including old and new drama herirage such as a play within a play,delusion-breaking forms, world box, and aragoze. These forms were not entirely involved in development of the texture of the play.
|Published in||IUG Journal of Humanities Research|
|Series||Volume: 25, Number: 1|
|Publisher||الجامعة الإسلامية - غزة|
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