Iraqi Political Theater: More than a Comment
المسرح السياسي العراقي : أكثر من مجرد تعليق
Keywords:political theatre , war , obstruction , dark images ,devastating effect
This study aims to shed light on the Iraqi political theatre , and how the political events especially war effected the on the theatrical works. The researcher chooses the Iraqi playwright Ali Abdul nabi Az-Zaidi as representative .The study gives short introduction on the Iraqi political events starting from 1980`s , then it deals with (Rubbish) (Qummama) and this play shows the destruction of Iraqi social life after long eight years of war , the play tells the story of a solider comes back from a war with an obstruction to find that his wife and mother have lost their chastity and worked as Prostitutes. The play is full of dark images which show the devastating effect of war on both human and society .
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