Hebron University Research Journal

Review

Abstract:

This study deals with the aesthetics of the self-identification of the resistance in contemporary Palestinian poetry. In the first section, it presents the concepts of aesthetics and self-reflection. The second section analyzes the patterns of Palestinian poetry and shows manifestations of resistance، dividing it into two streams: Thunderous and calm. The most important findings of the study is that the manifestation of the self-resistance has its aesthetics، and can be reflected in the oppression and misery in the artistic forms with its influential human dimensions, bearing in mind that beauty is not the only joyful and enjoyable thing. For this reason, the descriptive analytic approach  was adopted without neglecting  modern methods when demanded.