An analysis of social themes in Ayman l-Atum's poem(case study of Diwan Naboat Al-Jaein)
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Literature has a strong connection with social issues in every society, and poetry has been considered as one of the most impressive and impressionable sample in connection with social themes. The aim of the article is to evaluate social issues in Ayman al- Atum 's poem. He, like any other poet of his time, has been deeply affected by social matters, and therefore this subject is clearly reflected in his works. The most serious issues, which are mentioned in his works, are poverty, sense of justice, patriotism, oppression and savagery. This research using analytical and descriptive method attempts to analyse the poet's view of social issues, miseries, penury and persecution emphasizing library studies in Diwan Naboat Al-Jaein. Research findings indicate that the poet effectively expresses different aspects of a disorganized society with a sharp language and an admired perspective. He considers himself to be a social reformer and has always felt it is his duty to assist his fellow countrymen4. He has also demanded the restoration of people 's rights, establishing justice and avoiding tyranny and aggression.

Journal of Criticism and Theorizing in Arabic Literature, Volume:1 Issue: 3, 2022
57 to 76  
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