A symposium entitled: Human Discourse in the Language of Drama between the Cocoon of Novel and the shorthand of Cinema, The Name of the Rose’s Novel as an Example I
Today on (Feb 1, 2023) in the presence of the head of departments and lecturer a symposium entitled (Human Discourse in the Language of Drama between the Cocoon of Novel and the shorthand of Cinema, "The Name of the Rose’s Novel as an Example" I), was presented by Assistant Professor (Dr. Ahmad Abdulkareem Shaban) from the English department, Where it has been the series sheds light on prominent examples of novels that won the Nobel Prize for Literature, in addition to clarifying the mechanisms of transition from novelistic narration to film or audiovisual narration, which was achieved through the big screen "cinema", and also gave an indescribable impetus to these immortal works through cinematic shorthand language itself. In the movie “The Name of the Rose”, a prominent example of one of the most important epistemological brake that the world was exposed to during the Medieval Ages. Films have a special style of touching human feelings and addressing minds, as they bring special people back to life, and gives us, as viewers, the opportunity to see things through the eyes of these characters, as no other medium does, like reading and others. Movies spread the panorama of the past in front of us so that we can enjoy our eyes and our feelings with what the kings and philosophers enjoyed throughout history, and this is the best record of old films., a set of questions and answers were raised on this subject.