Despotism In Some Samples of The Modern Arab Novel


  • Hajir Mahmoud Ali


           Despotism has existed since the dawn of humanity, and it has been linked to different mechanisms of suppression for the purpose of imposing the despot's administration by force, not through dialogue and argument. Cain's killing of his brother Abel was nothing but despotism of opinion, imposing it by force or canceling the other. In this research, we dealt with authoritarian and social tyranny, and how to describe despotism and despot in the Arabic novel, and we used the analytical approach of the characters, and the impact of temporal and spatial despotism on the hearts of the narrative characters. We concluded the research with a conclusion with the most important results we reached and a list of the sources we relied on.




How to Cite

Hajir Mahmoud Ali. (2022). Despotism In Some Samples of The Modern Arab Novel. RES MILITARIS, 12(1), 246–253. Retrieved from