Year:2023   Volume: 5   Issue: 5   Area:

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Muneera Dawod MAALI, Suad Yousef HAJJAJRAH

THE PALESTINIAN NAKBA AND ITS REFLECTION ON THE SHORT STORY "TILL WE RETURN" AS A MODEL

This study aimed to shed light on the Palestinian Nakba and its reflection on the short story. The short story is nothing but a reflection of human experiences that have become a reflection of the human and political suffering and experiences that the Palestinian refugee lived through after the Nakba, and gave birth to a state of despair in him after he lost his land, which is the source of his livelihood, and he became homeless inside and outside the country, sheltered by some tents provided by international organizations such as the Red Cross and UNRWA. These bad conditions cast a shadow over the Palestinian literature, so the writers devoted themselves to writing their novels and stories, describing the suffering of the Palestinian people in all aspects of their lives. This study also attempted to analyze the story of Until We Return and link it to historical and human events in addition to the spatial event

Keywords: Palestinian Nakba- Short Story-Resistant Thought -Story to Come BackGhassan Kanfani

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.25.6


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