Inclusion in Old Literary Criticism
Al- Azzam, Hashim, International Forum of Teaching and Studies
This research sought to examine the term "inclusion" in the old critical writings, employing the historical approach in tracing the term in its original sources. It also presented the terms which replaced its use in contexts, sources of the term, mechanisms of inclusion, as well as its advantages as being an artistic skill which plays an important role in building texts.
[Keywords] Inclusion; criticism; oration; eloquence; rhetoric
Inclusion, like other terms, appeared in the circulation of knowledge, giving it semantic dimensions, which stimulate the researcher to enter the domain itself in order to benefit from the whole related …
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Publication information: Article title: Inclusion in Old Literary Criticism. Contributors: Al- Azzam, Hashim - Author. Journal title: International Forum of Teaching and Studies. Volume: 6. Issue: 2 Publication date: April 1, 2010. Page number: 41+. © American Scholars Press, Inc. Winter 2007. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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