تجليات الفضاء في الرواية المغاربية
جاب الله, خالدية
مرتاض, عبد الملك
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This thesis entitled: ""The manifestations of space in the novel from the Maghreb"" starts up from it systematic faith that modern narrative studies in its twodifferent tendencies : the narrative semiotics, and the structuralist narratology has marginalized the space component, in the midst of its interest in a new narrative elements such as themes, functions, and motifs in the first tendency and time, voice and mood in the second tendency, and they did not leave an area for the study of space, but in the course of talking about some of the narrative techniques, especially the technical description precisely. And from that sense, this research seeks to approach the concept of space as a theoretical approach through a first part in two chapters: the first deals with space concepts in language and terminology, and the second with the of space in the arab narrative studies, and practical approach that deals the most popular species of space in the North African novel, through a second part consisted of three chapters (the typographical space, the geographical space, and the fantastic space) while the corpus of this research is composed of nine novels of famous novelists in North Africa and the Arab world, such as: Ibrahim Al-KouniEddoumia, (the doll), three days islife), and Said AlloushMoudounessoukar, (Cities sugar) and AhlemMostaghanemi (dakirat el- jassed), and Mohammed Saleh Al Jabri: Leylatessanawat el Ashr El bahryanshouroAlwahahou (The night of ten years, the sea saws its planks), AbdelmalekMortadMarayamoutashadhiakaessarab (fragmented Mirrors as a mirage) Mohamed Choukri El khobzelhafi (for bread alone) etc..... This research tries to catch on the specificities of the space, through some of the critical mechanisms that is promoted in the contemporary narrative studies such as the concept of (spatial polarities) and the concept of (proxemics).