نرجسية احتضان الحلم الأوّل في رواية الصح ا رء -مقاربة نفسانية لرواية التبر لإب ا رييم الووني

دليلة زغودي

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Freudian psychological theory refers all of the novels to "an ancient, original and forgotten novel in the early years of childhood. The novel tells the story of a lost childish dream held by a child who remained clinging to a family monkey threatened with loss. The first narration is forgotten and time stores the dream in areas of pent-up desires, but they do not decay, but return later in fictional writings that write the old dream in a persuasive language. Evidence that each novel was found before it was written, and that it is merely a distorted version of the original novel hidden behind the screening, which merely sends dreamy signals that defraud linguistic censorship to leak something of the forbidden longing.
This study will seek to track these signs floating on the surface of the poetic language in which the Libyan novelist Ibrahim Al-Kony writes his novels on the desert. Trying to trace the traces of a childhood whose wound is still bleeding And listening to the echoes of a distant dream calls for pure worlds free of human beings, in whose arms the old child, exhausted from the journey of repression and forgetfulness, threw back his lost paradise. I chose "Al-Tabbar" as a field to work on this unbridled tendency in the tale of the desert narration because of its richness, and the dream spread in it over large areas of mythical, metaphysical and ontological ...

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