THE REBELLIOUS EGO IN IRAQI FEMINIST POETRY
The trend of rebellion is a humanitarian tendency, as long as the same intellectual or writer does not accept submission and surrender. In every age where restrictions and customs are imposed, and the barriers that restrict freedoms are increased, the insurgency is a challenge to the individual and his opposition to the prevailing conditions and regimes that marginalize this individual. About those situations.
The Iraqi poet showed her rebelliousness through her poetic texts on the reality of her society in which she lives for her freedom, rejecting all the laws imposed on her by the other(patriarchal authority) that restricts her and makes them subject to the control of the other. She calls for her freedom to escape behind the walls of her society.
Finally, Her rebellious poetry continued to counteract the old social values that she characterized as backward, reactionary and authoritarian. She also called on the poet to rebel against tyrants and rulers of injustice; (Masculine) society. Through her active creative literary participation, she demonstrated her ability to understand the circumstances of her age and the suffering that surrounds him.