Types of narration in the novels of Louay Hamza Abbas


  • Abbas Yadollahi Farsani
  • Hassan Dadkhwah Tehrani
  • Firas Fakher Dhidan Al Karam Allah


narration, stream of consciousness dialogue, internal model, narration, Louay Hamza Abbas


This research deals with the definition of narration linguistically and terminologically, and extracting the linguistic unification between the opinions of critics about the definition of narration and what is meant by it. Then the research deals with the following types of narration:First: Dialogue and stream of consciousness.Second: Internal model.Third: Direct narration.Fourth: Non-narrative. Direct. For each type of the above, I provide a definition for it, present some of the critics’ opinions on it, then mention several examples from Louay Hamza Abbas’s novels, analyze them, and comment on them. The use of stream-of-consciousness dialogue results from revealing what is going on in the writer’s mind and presenting it to dimensions and connotations, as the writer summons, with certain words, what is in the mental interior of the character, intended by the narrator, and thus enriches the speech with suggestions and connotations, and thus increases the recipient’s awareness of what the text carries. Feelings, thoughts, and site readings. The internal dialogue was also a technique that represented the character's other tongue, as it contributed to understanding and participating in the narration of events. It is a dialogue whose owner does not expect a response or clarification. Because it is a fascinating dialogue with oneself.Also, the narration was most present in the novels of Louay Hamza Abbas, in addition to the fact that the narration makes the recipient live with the character’s experience, and touches on her peculiarities of actions and feelings, in addition to the method of direct narration characterized by the writer narrating the events and analyzing the characters in depth, presenting their actions and accurately describing their feelings. And her emotions and penetrates into the depths of her thinking and reveals her struggle