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Fathi Rashid Ali AL-JUBOURI

THE DIALOGUE IN THE NOVEL “THE SMELL OF DETAILS” BY SULAIMAN AL-SADDI

Mikhail Bakhtin practiced reading intertextuality under the title (Dialogue) before the term "intertextuality" was coined by Julia Kristeva, as he proved that dialogue is embodied in the novel more than poetry due to its distinction at the narration and dialogue of characters, therefore, this research came to base its theories on Bakhtin's critical efforts in dialogue and then apply that to the novel (The Smell of Details) by Sulaiman Al-Saddi, which was characterized by several dialogic texts that worked to distinguish the novelist discourse. The research was based on an introduction and three chapters. The introduction included defining the concept of dialogue. The first chapter was devoted to the study of (polyphony) in terms of (dialogue) and (monologue) form and the second chapter included the study of (hybridization) in terms of (involuntary hybridization) and (intentional voluntary hybridization). The third chapter came to study (stylization) in terms of the direct method and the transmitted method. The research relied on a number of references, the most prominent of which were: the novelistic discourse of Bakhtin, the dialogue of the novelistic art of Abdul Majeed Al-Muhtasib, and imagination and discourse construction in the Arabic novel by Abdul-Fattah Al-Hajri. I have done what I can in theorizing the scientific material on (dialogue) and then applying it to the narrative text ... And from God Almighty alone is the success‏.‏

Keywords: The Dialogue, The Smell of Details, Sulaiman Al-Saddi.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2791-9323.4-3.1


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