• Heba Amjad Enad
  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Hassan Salem Hindi


The literary works namely stories, novels and so on, need a great attention to write about their elements of narration, and the character is among the most important of these elements, since the writer takes care of all what related to it of the names, features and dialogues. So, what concerned us in this paper is the dialogues of the character in the Prophetic Story and what contained of ellipses and aesthetic dimensions. Through this paper, we shed light on the technique of the dialogue as being a basic element in the construction of the character and helps the reader to understand the nature of the character particularly from the psychological side, where through the dialogue the psychological conflicts could be understood between the character and its own self or between one character or another. The conception of the dialogue dose not confine on this extent, but it takes a wide scope, that is the dialogue has basics and controls the writer takes care about them along with a high literary language rises up the value of the text as well as it has ways of presentation directly and indirectly or what so called the transferred discourse and the transformed discourse, besides the basic types of the dialogue which are two: external dialogue and internal dialogue that both increase the text effectiveness and makes the text on focus till the reader finishes his reading after he examined all the aspects of the character through the dialogue.   


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Heba Amjad Enad, & Asst. Prof. Dr. Hassan Salem Hindi. (2022). ELLIPSIS IN THE DIALOGUE OF THE PROPHETIC STORY. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 19(2), 635-645. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/11085