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الكتابة الإبداعية النسوية في الخطاب النقدي العربي المعاصر

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dc.contributor.author بن سويكي, يمينة
dc.contributor.author قديد, دياب
dc.date.accessioned 2022-05-23T10:39:14Z
dc.date.available 2022-05-23T10:39:14Z
dc.date.issued 2017-07-06
dc.identifier.uri http://depot.umc.edu.dz/handle/123456789/3089
dc.description.abstract The romantic feminine writings are considered as a rich domain of critics at critics and searchers who having interst to the existence of the woman writer romancer cultured and conscious about subjects of her being, her country, her nationalism and her humanty. Knowing thet the word of narration is the nearest is to the specificity of the femining recount and the interest thet she gives to details characterizing woman from man, hence its is normal that the woman is good in the roman writng considering thet she is the literary from thet corresponds to her feminine character. The choice of the study was fixed on the works of « Ahlem MOSTHAGHANMI » on the plan of ‘criticizing the critc ‘ because the writer has constituted a critical phenomenon at critics. The number of studies that have interest to her works are uncountable comparing with other writers ; women or men. Taking the method of criticizing the critic as reference, it is preferable to stop at the most important critical subjects forming the debate between searchers for who tendencies and theories diverse.
dc.language.iso ar
dc.publisher Université Frères Mentouri - Constantine 1
dc.subject الكتابة الإبداعية النسوية
dc.subject الرواية النسوية
dc.subject أحلام مستغانمي
dc.subject منهج نقد النقد
dc.subject l’écriture féminine
dc.subject l'écriture romantique féminine
dc.subject Ahlem Mosthaghanmie
dc.subject critiquer la critique
dc.subject the feminine writtings
dc.subject the romantic femine
dc.subject criticizing the critc
dc.title الكتابة الإبداعية النسوية في الخطاب النقدي العربي المعاصر
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