He received his Ph. He is the author of four short-story collections and four novels. In addition to his works of fiction, he has published four texts of literary and cultural criticism.
Luay Hamza Abbas
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Closing His Eyes by Luay Hamza Abbas
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Kindle Edition , 74 pages. More Details The aim of this article is to present different aspects of the religious conflicts shown in contemporary Iraqi prose works and their influence on the everyday lives of Iraqi citizens. The article focuses on literary descriptions of the country's devastation and various phenomena which have occurred in the post-invasion era.
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It also examines the psychological states of the Iraqi people through the lens of what fictional characters feel. Finally, it touches on the narrative techniques involved by the authors of these works. As the number of prose works which refer to the period after the fall of Baghdad in is still increasing, only a few of them were chosen for this article.
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Grim reality of Iraq and its phenomena. In most of these works, generalised and more or less metaphorical descriptions of Iraq's devastation in the mentioned period can be found. Deserted and not deserted at the same time, extinct and visible, shining facades and ruins, noble women and prostitutes.
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