Sufi tendency and invoking mystical and miraculous dignity in the novels of Samiha Khrais
Author: Dr. Wafaa Diab Abdel Fattah Al-Bdeirat |Pages: 74-50|

Abstract: In her study, the researcher examined the phenomenon of (Sufi tendency and summoning Sufi and miraculous dignity in the narratives of Samiha Khreis) an applied study on five novels from the works of the Jordanian writer Samiha Khreis, with the application of the most prominent Sufi contents and their summoning within these fictional works as a reclamation (such as summoning mystical and miraculous dignity), in addition to Highlighting the other most important Sufi references within the narrative text. The researcher completed her study with a conclusion that included the most prominent results that she concluded, and then presented a list of sources and references from which she benefited.


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