الهوية والاغتراب في روايات حسن حميد
أحمد فائق أبو سالم
Ahmad Fayeq Abu Salem
This study aims at identifying the method by which the novelist Hassan Hamid addressed the issue of identity and alienation in his literary novels. The researcher; thus, has carried out an analytical technical study of a number of Hamid’s narratives, in an attempt to provide a clear vision similar to his interest in this subject and its impact on the Palestinian situation. The study has addressed the concept and the manifestation of identity in four novels of Hassan Hamid, in a chorological order, namely: (Come! Lets’ Fly Autumn Leaves), (Bridge of Jacob’s Girls), (A River in Winter’s Shirts) and (Ramallah City). Then, the researcher has addressed the concept and the manifestation of alienation in two novels of the author Hassan Hamid, namely: (Come! Lets’ Fly Autumn Leaves) and (A River in Winter’s Shirts). The technical study has also highlighted several technical aspects of the narrative elements of Hasan Hamid’s novels, and has also presented them in a realistic and literary language. The study found out that the Palestinian national identity is a clear theme in Hamid’s novels, and that the presentiments of exile and alienation are clearly manifested in these novels which the author has successfully addressed. Hassan Hamid’s novels are characterized by highly poetic language and rich description, and he also balanced between the content and artistic form of his novels.