The plight of asylum in contemporary Levantine literature (An analytical study)
The forced ordeal of asylum in the current era has been written on a large number of our Arab brothers belonging to a number of Arab countries on which the merchants of war imposed bloody battles and developing tragedies: they were displaced and driven from their homes, so they were forced to migrate out of their country via land and sea, looking for asylum.
The safe haven in a number of eastern and western countries adjacent to or far from the borders of their countries. A large number of media outlets and human pens in many languages confronted to record this human ordeal, and Arabic literature had a lion's share in that. Also, it did not forget to portray this human ordeal with the poetic and prose lens of the writer, highlighting the current pain and future hopes in it, and by this it analyzes this tragic issue with the writer's eye, trying to present it with a set of possible solutions in his keen eyes and his sharp vision. This article attempts to shed light on this ordeal in the Levantine literature in general and the Syrian in particular, in a preface that deals with the issue of Palestinian asylum in poetry, and two chapters, one of which is devoted to talking about this ordeal in Shami poetry, and the other is devoted to talking about this ordeal in contemporary Levantine prose. Finally, a conclusion that includes the most important results of this study.