Ideology in the literature of Ahmed Youssef Aqeela (Slime Frog as a Model)
Keywords:Ideology, literature, the living, forgotten past, Aqeela's writings
Disparate social, cultural, and cognitive behaviors intersect within Aqeela's work, mixed with ideology Dominant in the writer's thought - perhaps unconsciously - defining the path with two parallel lines facing each other (ideology = military) and often making them two parallel lines that do not meet together - and do not touch the present (the living) and they do not meet the (forgotten) past. The incoming and inherited ideas awakened the writer's sleep, and the concerns of his society dominated him. The reader feels with some clarity his criticism of these ideologies, as they are against freedom of opinion. The writer is a human rights activist, a human being who cares for human beings, so this research focused on the ideological influence of Aqeela's writings.
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