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The Destiny of Man and Environment in Jean Sasson's Love in a Torn Land

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The Destiny of Man and Environment in Jean Sasson's Love in a Torn Land

                                                                                                        Dr. Azad Hamad Sharif

                                                                                                        Instructor

                                                                                                        Department of English

                                                                                                        College of Languages

                                                                                                        Salahaddin University

                                                                                                        Erbil – Kurdistan Region

I- Abstract

The struggle of the Kurdish people for existence has recently received much attention from many writers around the world. The armed conflict between the Iraqi regimes and the Kurdish freedom fighters has inflicted heavy losses and unforgettable traumatic experiences on the Kurdish people.   In effect, humanitarian writers started to present the suffering and the plight of the Kurds in their fictional works. This study focuses on the destiny of man and environment in Jean Sasson's Love in a Torn Land. It consists of an introduction and three sections.
The first section traces the beginnings of the former Iraqi regime's deep-rooted hatred against the non-conformist Kurdish freedom seekers of the second half of the 20th Century. The harrowing situations created by the Baathist regime push almost all the characters to the brink of catastrophe and death.
The second section analyses the impact of the Anfal Operations and the use of Chemical weapons against the Kurdish people. These two retaliatory procedures of the former Iraqi regime represent the apex of its hatred against the Kurds and Kurdistan and humanity at large.
The third...

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  1. Qishaq
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    • Jun 04, 2013 - Evaluator: (Azaq)
    • very nice description