The linguistic structure in the “Dafatir al-Warraq” by Jalal Bargas the Notebooks of the Papermaker novel between the act of notation and the speech of thresholds
This study explores the subject of linguistic structure and text thresholds in Jalal Barjas's novel "Dafatir al-Warraq" 2020. The novel creates a memorization that makes the narrative language based on a philosophical context of the text thresholds. This crafted a ground for inquiries that the structure of the work evoked from the painful reality we live in today. The language of the narration and its thresholds have taken a mediating role in combining the other elements. Although it was divided against itself, a division that reflects the schizophrenia of the hero and his loss of the correct path.
Hence, the study aims to evaluate the language of narration in the light of taking the act of narrative writing as an approach to presenting the story. This led to narrating the novel in the form of notebooks once, and the form of threshold narration (textual threshold) again in its external and internal dimensions. This calls for revealing the regulating relationship of the multiple narrative textual thresholds employed by the novel. The study used the concepts of the narrative method to approach this problem. Among the most prominent findings of the study is that the language of narration was based on the data of what was recorded in the characters notebooks and an influential factor in the constructive narrative of the novel, especially at the level of event and time. This was accompanied by a mature dialogue between the content of the work and its multiple textual thresholds in its external and internal dimensions.
Keywords: narrative language, codification, textual thresholds, narration of the Warraq notebooks, Jalal Bargas.