SULOOK SUBALTERN DISORDERS FROM EFFECTIVENESS TO ALIENATION: SELECTED MODELS FROM PRE-ISLAMIC POETRY
The research aims to look into the implicit discourses of the pre-Islamic subaltern, dissenting from the authority of the tribe, in the cultural systems in which he tried to formulate his identity, using the applications of postcolonial theory; describing the tribe as the center, and Al Saalek as subaltern subordinates, And on the concepts of systematic reading and criticism. The research is divided into two parts; theoretical in which it presents principles and foundations for the theory on which the procedure will proceed, and procedural divided into three system; effectiveness system, blamer system and alienation system, these three system agrees with the post-colonial theory; the effectiveness system is the follower’s attempt to represent himself in front of the center, the blamer system is consistent with what Spivak mentioned about the fact that the female follower lurks deeply and dually in the shadows, and the blamer in this case is in front of two centers; the tribe, the sulook, and the alienation system agrees with the concept of exile in post-colonial theory. Finally, the research concluded several results, the most important of which is that there is an agreement in the pre-Islamic era with women, either a tribal or a sulook, and that the sulook lives in a state of great turmoil and fear, combined with hard work and a sense of alienation at the same time, and that the tramp was able to represent himself historically by his ability to use the "language", and confronting the authority of the center/tribe with it, but he failed to form himself.
Keywords: Effectiveness, Subaltern, Effectiveness System, Disorders.