MARGIN IN LUBNA’S YASSEEN NOVEL ''THE MAN OF MARGINALIZED MIRRORS''

Authors

  • Dr. Hawra Aziz Alaiwi Alkaim

Abstract

Margin represents one of the main pillars that have received the attention of modern literary
criticism as it focuses on a social group suffering marginalization,. The present study is an
attempt to shed light on a novel by Lubna Yasseen, whose title is The Man of Marginalized
Mirrors. The syntactic analysis of the title of the novel denotes the existence of a margin that
occupies the narrative space. This margin is the man. The focus in the present study is on the
margin, its mechanisms of action, how it dominates the character, and how it makes the character
view the world through another viewpoint and measure itself with a scale in which its
relationship with the other is loosened, which obscures it due to the domination of the rejection
factor from the angle of the self with the other, which results in a terrible fall of the character.
The present study focuses on the theme of the body and the psychological factor as the focus that
planted the act of marginalization in the fictional character.

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Published

2020-11-29

How to Cite

Dr. Hawra Aziz Alaiwi Alkaim. (2020). MARGIN IN LUBNA’S YASSEEN NOVEL ’’THE MAN OF MARGINALIZED MIRRORS’’. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 1186 - 1202. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/833