Intertextuality in Habib Al Zayoudi’s Poetry

Awni Subhi Al Faouri

Abstract


This research paper discusses intertextuality in Habib Al Zayoudi’s poetry. Intertextuality is considered one of the recent techniques used in modern Arabic criticism. The study shows that the poet is fully aware of pre- Islamic poetic and cultural works. He is also fully aware of the poetic and intellectual output of the Arabs since early Arabic and Islamic times until today. The study also shows that the poet is also aware of the overall human legacy. The study found that Al Zayoudi invested his encyclopedic knowledge and utilized it in his unique poetic production, which earned him a prominent position on the scene of Arabic poetry.

 


Keywords


Intertextuality, poetry, Habib Al Zayoudi

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24200/jass.vol6iss2pp107-116

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