Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


The Image of Jordanian Society According in Ahmed Hassan Al-Zu'bi Satirical Writings

Author(s): Sanaa Kamel Ahmad Shalan, Muna Mod Mahmoud Muhilan

This research presents the image of Jordanian society to the satirical contemporary Jordanian writer Ahmad Hasan Al-Zu'bi in his satirical work: “Homeland Pains” 2001, “Swalif” 2008, and “Single Bleeding” 2013,an image formed of five pictures: social ,political, intellectual and artistic, religious and economic image by deconstructing these images into their internal objective components, and trying to monitor these components in a way that constitutes an image of the Jordanian society that was the focus and goal of Ahmed Hassan Al-Zu'bi’s writings, Who tried to present a realistic picture of his society away from lies, beautification, exaggerations, fallacies and denials, including alienation, injustice, oppression and deprivation, as well as the forces of injustice, alienation and oppression in it. The study also examined the experience of satirical writing with Ahmed Hassan Al-Zu'bi, with an attempt to explain the reason for his delinquency to this writing, and the interpretation of its predicates, symbols, goals and objectives.

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