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Title: The First Sentences of the French Author Mobasan's Stories.
Authors: Dr. Hanan Mahmoud Zraik Farhat
Keywords: First sentence – scenes of everyday life
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Tishreen University Journal for Studies and Scientific Research
Abstract: This study reviews the importance of the first sentences in the first and second parts of (stories and novels) for the French author Mobasan. Why did we choose these parts? Because we could collect the first sentences in 31 stories divided into two parts, the first part includes 17 stories and the second one includes 14 stories. There are various topics in the two parts as Mobasan reviews scenes of everyday life, for example: the concept of death, lying, greed, tragedy and so on. Mobsan depends on the descriptive style in reviewing these scenes, and usually the first sentences of Mobasan's stories have great effect on the characters and morals of his stories.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/18281
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