The Efficiency of Fictional Characters In “Frankenstein in Baghdad”

YASSIN, Nour Yasser

 “Frankenstein in Baghdad” is one of the most significant Iraqi novels. This article deals with it in several levels; the realistic and efficacious characters, e.g. “Hadi al-Atak”,  the realistic but un-efficacious characters, e.g. “abu Anmar”, the imaginary and efficacious characters, e.g. “al-Shasma”,  and finally, the imaginary but un-efficacious characters, e.g. “Saint Marcoris.” I argue here that the social unrests and orientational disorders in Real Iraq are well presented and reflected in these four different narrative modes.

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