An Analysis of the Novel “Al-Wadul Haq” by Taha Hussain
This article discusses the famous novel “Al-Wadul Haq” published on 1939 in Berut, written by renowned Arabic novelist Dr. Taha Hussain who was the most Influential Egyptian writer of 20th century and the founder of the most modernist movement in the Middle East and North Africa. In this article certain aspects of the novel is visualized, consequently, unity and narration of characters, facts, events and dialogues are delinated. All the characters of novel are real and historical. In this novel dialogues are according to standard as well as situation. Due to the survival of the historical events, reader does not suffer apprehension during studying of the novel. Elegantly the novel is culminated and having tremendous position because the novelist has completed all the aspects artistically. He narrated the brutality of Kufare Makkah on the Muslims. He also described the emigration of the Muslims to Ethopia and Madina. As well as he mentioned bettle of Badar and the brotherhood in faith between Muslims in Madina.
Keywords: Al-Wadul Haq, Africa, Ethopia, Badar, Yasir
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