قراءة في قصيدة "أباريق مهشمة" لعبد الوهاب البياتي

Translated title of the contribution: A study of "Broken Pitchers" by Abd al-Wahab al-Bayyati

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Volume 16 of al-Karmil opens with Reuven Snir's article "A study of "Broken Pitchers" by Abd al-Wahab al-Bayyati" is a detailed analysis of one of the famous poems of shi'r hurr (free verse) in the 1950s by one of the most outstanding leaders of modern Arabic poetry. Snir offers a detailed study of the poem presenting its intertextual, as well as its intratextual allusions to al-Bayyati's own poetry. Examining the influence of F. Nietzsche and T. S Eliot upon the poet, Snir regards the poem as an important landmark for al-Bayyati's subsequent poetry, especially his committed poetry in the 1960s and 1970s. The reader's response to the text and the gradual construction of the meaning of the poem in his mind is offered based upon V. Shklovskij's statement that "in art the process of perception is an aesthetic end in itself and must be prolonged". In addition, the reading process is examind from the vantage-point of "a reconstructed first reading" concentrating on the sequence of the words, especially the importance of the enjambement for the constructing of meaning.
Translated title of the contributionA study of "Broken Pitchers" by Abd al-Wahab al-Bayyati
Original languageArabic (Israel)
Pages (from-to)pp. 7-53 (Arabic section)
Journalالكرمل al-Karmil: Studies in Arabic language and literature
Volume16
StatePublished - 1995

IHP Publications

  • ihp
  • Arabic poetry -- 1801-
  • Bayati, Abd al-Wahhab
  • Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
  • אל-ביאתי, עבד אל-והאב
  • השפעות ספרותיות
  • שירה ערבית מודרנית

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