Document Type : Research Paper


1 Department of Arabic Language and Literature at Bu Ali Sina University, Hamedan, Iran

2 Department of Arabic Language and Literature, Bu Ali Sina University, Hamedan, Iran.



Predictive literature is the literature study literary texts that predict an event from adventures at future and it may be satisfying or upsetting. These texts were originally about religious rites, but then it found its place in literature and especially in resistance literature. Resistance literature uses different methods to get a few steps closer to its purposes, among these methods is to look to the future and predict a better tomorrow in the shadow of which the aspirations of the resistance movement will be fulfilled. Samih Al-qasem and Abullah Pashiv have poems in which they predict bright future and full of hope for resistance movement because next generations will emerge and decide a new destiny. Due to the current miserable situation, the tow poets have been disappointed by past generations and find themselves lost in future generations, a generation that keeps hope alive in the hearts and announces beautiful days. In this article we have selected three books of poetry books of tow poets that entitled "Aghani-aldorub", "Eram","Fi entezar taer alrad" by Samih Al-qasem and "12 wane bo mnalan", "bruska chandn", "brakwji" by Abullah Pashiv then examined the descriptive-analytical descriptions of their homogeneities in this predictive perspective. Among the results obtained, the tow poets predict a better tomorrow on that day future generations will fulfill the aspirations of the nation and the poet. This prediction and Forethought is the important part of the poetic style of the tow poets and through it, they show their literary and technical abilities


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