عنوان المقالة [English]
The hero with its special features is considered as one of the basic parts for Palestine poetry as an active element in backing up the occupation issue. Sameeh Ghasem, one of the great resistant poets has great role in this regard, and the features of hero have been depicted in his poetry as a mirror for social and political circumstances that occurred in the poet’s viewpoint toward this issue. This research deals with implication of hero as a key factor in his poetry that is called center of resistant poetry, and studies changes through his poetry in different stages of his life. Hence, this paper investigates the hero as the main pillar of resistance poetry and observes the developments in his poetry at various stages of the life of the poet through his poetry. This discussion, based on an analytical descriptive method, relying on poetic text and context-based approach, attempts to trace the hero's transformations in a real way, without any prejudice. One of the research achievements is the following: The hero has a variety of implications as a pivotal element based on the stages of the life of the poet. In the first stage of mythical implication, it is dominant and realistic one, and in the second stage, it takes negative implication to denote on destruction and lost identity and little by little the realistic and coexistent implication overcame the resistant one, and hero’s implication swings between failure and pessimism in addition to cultural implications that have contradicted the intellectual confusion. In general, the hero refers to a resistance aspect toward a positive, peaceful and believable aspect of dialogue as the ultimate solution to the problem of occupation.
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