Analyzing Literature Discourse of Being Unpredictable Aspect of the War Based on the Sociogram

  • Mohamad Rabieifar Islamic Azad University
  • Anahita Sadat Ghaemmaghami Islamic Azad University
Keywords: Discourse, Sociogram, War, Thought

Abstract

This article attempts to study the topic of war based on literary studies. For this purpose, this article examines the lecture of Claude Duchet about the sociogram of war. In this study, the unpredictable aspect of war, which means that we cannot imagine and understand the war, is studied. In all societies you can find special thoughts and statements about war, but we always keep in mind incomplete parts of the war that do not encompass the integrity of the war. So we need to look at this in other respects. Although, war is not a literary subject, but literature has to deal with it, ever since war is a human subject. Literature cannot escape war, whether it speaks about it or not.

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Author Biographies

Mohamad Rabieifar, Islamic Azad University

Ph.D. Student of French language and literature, Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch

Anahita Sadat Ghaemmaghami, Islamic Azad University

Assistant Professor of French language and literature, Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch

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Published
2019-11-20
How to Cite
Rabieifar, M., & Ghaemmaghami, A. S. (2019). Analyzing Literature Discourse of Being Unpredictable Aspect of the War Based on the Sociogram. JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN LINGUISTICS, 10, 1617-1622. https://doi.org/10.24297/jal.v10i0.8514
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