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Holds an international symposium on interactive novel

The College of Education for Girls, Department of Arabic Language, held the specialized international literary symposium via cyberspace, tagged with (interactive novel), to celebrate the great creative achievement of Professor Dr. Open and Department of Quran and Hadith Sciences at Imam Al-Kadhim College (peace be upon him).
The symposium aimed at introducing interactive literature in general and the interactive novel in particular, and clarifying the relationship of the recipient or reader with the interactive novel, the process of the course of events, the behavior of the characters and the end of the novel, and revealing the relationship of the interactive novel and the written novel, and whether one complements the other or whether they work separately from one another.
The symposium included several axes, including the interactive novel, problems in term, concept and reception by Professor Omar Ateeq from Al-Quds Open University in Palestine, the interactive novel and the problem of naturalization by Prof. Lebanon and the interactive novel The different construction of new aesthetics by Dr. Hamza Qurira from Algeria and a focus on the features of language in the interactive novel by Dr. Abeer Nima Al-Hashemi from Imam Al-Kadhim College (Peace be upon him) and finally the future vision of the interactive novel by Dr. Nasreen Shalhoub from Lebanon.
At the end of the seminar, the lecturers listened to the interventions and questions of the attendees and answered them.
It was attended by the Dean of the College of Education for Girls, Prof. Dr. Alaa Naji Al-Mawla, the Associate Dean for Administrative Affairs, professors of the Arabic Language Department and other departments, in addition to a large number of professors and specialists from various Iraqi and international universities.

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