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Literary Genders in the Narrative Text: Between Fashion and Chaos a Critical View of Some Creative Models

This papers are about the discourse in the theory of literature and its criticism, which is still difficult to deal with due to what is authored each time in various creative fields, whether about the famous literary genders: poetry and prose, or at the level of the newly created genres that is branched out from the aforementioned genders (Story; Oratery; Theatr; Novel...); so we reveal each time shortcomings in the successive critical visions and theories (theorie of Purity; Transit; Overlap; Intertextuality...) in their studies to these new genres. This makes it imperative for researchers to reconsider the literary and monetary data together, in order to justify the transformation of origins and branches, while trying to accept the new mutations that appear in the history of creations in all kinds, in terms of the diversity of the language used, forms and contents which clearly manifested in the Novel as a literary genre; it is one of the most authored literary genres, and the most discussed by critics, it is often the subject of controversy among them; about what it is specificly, in terms of it being a new (fashion), taken by authors as a means of “fame” often showcasing intellectual and linguistic potential; This is what made critics think about the forefront of this genre and its leadership compared to other literary genres. Rather, its amazing ability to absorb the different gender models (as Poetry; Oratery; proverbs...) in a gelatinous way, makes it maintain the basic pillars of its artistic construction without being affected by the models included in it; provided that the novelist is able to obsorb the different literaty models and successful in using even if the number of these genres is large, and their structure is complex; this is exactly what happened to some novelists such who succeded in making coherent novels by mixing many genres to enrich both language and contents as "Abd Almalik Mortad"; unlike "Dou Noun Ayoub" who failed in this issue.

Literary Genre, Novel, Purity, Overlap, Intertextuality, Fragmentation, Transit

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Benalloua Kheira. (2023). Literary Genders in the Narrative Text: Between Fashion and Chaos a Critical View of Some Creative Models. International Journal of Literature and Arts, 11(4), 201-207. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ijla.20231104.16

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Benalloua Kheira. Literary Genders in the Narrative Text: Between Fashion and Chaos a Critical View of Some Creative Models. Int. J. Lit. Arts 2023, 11(4), 201-207. doi: 10.11648/j.ijla.20231104.16

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Benalloua Kheira. Literary Genders in the Narrative Text: Between Fashion and Chaos a Critical View of Some Creative Models. Int J Lit Arts. 2023;11(4):201-207. doi: 10.11648/j.ijla.20231104.16

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