5 edition of ALIF 21 Lyrical Phenomenon (Journal of Comparative Poetics, Number 21, 2001) found in the catalog.
August 2001 by American University in Cairo Press .
Written in English
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This issue of Alif explores the lyrical drive in its myriad manifestations: its formal presence in poems, epics and songs. 21, The Lyrical Phenomenon / الظاهرﺓ الشعرية Alif does not publish book reviews or creative writing. Coverage: (No.
1 - No. 39) Epistemological. The Lyrical Phenomenon Edited by Ferial Ghazoul This issue of Alif explores the lyrical drive in its myriad manifestations: its formal presence in poems, epics and songs; and its informal dissemination in narratives, philosophy, painting, calligraphy, music and even in broken and discarded objects.
This title examines the lyrical phenomenon in classical and modern Arabic poetry. It also explores, in critical articles, essays, interviews, translations and illustrations, the manifestations of the lyrical phenomenon in fiction, philosophy, painting and calligraphy.
In this article, I attempt an examination of Robert Browning's "Dramatic Lyrics" as they appeared in the Cambridge edition of(1) with the purpose of highlighting the poet's approach to the lyrical phenomenon in the poems.
21 The Lyrical Phenomenon / الظاهرﺓ الشعرية pp. + No. 20 The Hybrid Literary Text: Arab Creative Authors Writing in Foreign Languages / النص الإبداعي ذو الهوية المزدوجة: مبدعون عرب يكتبون بلغات أجنبية pp.
+ The article examines the phenomenon of lyric formalism--the view that poems wholly contain their meaning--from cultural and cross-cultural perspectives.
It argues that the view presenting lyrics as pure self-contained expressions, not addressed to anyone, is part of a long cultural history that began in Romanticism and that led to the New. • ALIF 21 (): The Lyrical Phenomenon • ALIF 22 (): The Language of the Self: Autobiographies and Testimonies • ALIF 23 (): Literature and the Sacred • ALIF 24 (): The Archeology of Literature: Tracing the Old in the New • ALIF 25 (): Edward Said and Critical Decolonization.
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• ALIF 18 (): Post-Colonial Discourse in South Asia • ALIF 19 (): Gender and Knowledge: Contribution of Gender Perspectives to Intellectual Formations • ALIF 20 (): The Hybrid Literary Text: Arab Creative Authors Writing in Foreign Languages • ALIF 21 (): The Lyrical Phenomenon.
Heidegger's brief words above hint at redemption. Veteran bluesman John Lee Hooker sings it this way: "The blues is healing." The blues somehow touches us at the core of our inner-most suffering and hurt--whether from betrayal or a sense of powerlessness, or at the loss of a friend who had become, in some ALIF 21 Lyrical Phenomenon book, like the mirror of one's own soul.
The collection "Dramatic Lyrics" presents readers with a literary and critical paradox. To minds brought up on T. Eliot's critical writings, specially regarding poetic voice and genre, and the torrent of literary criticism that followed from it, starting from F.
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