The aesthetics of heritage desert urbanization in the Algerian novel
Author: Dr. Iman Jeridan |Pages: 17-32|

Abstract: This study seeks to monitor the aesthetics of the heritage buildings in the Algerian desert cities, such as palaces, faqarat and mud houses, as a cultural pattern that reflects the succession of the artistic, cultural, social and religious experiences and values left by generations. It also monitors the profound transformations that these heritage buildings have undergone, from neglect, demolition and rebuilding. Taken a number of interested Algerian novels The theme of the desert space is models that go beyond being texts for reading and pleasure to discourses closer to historical and social documents that record facts and reflect reality, and carry vision and perception.


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