2012, Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 271-304
The Islamic literature focuses on depicting the Islamic example of the character or what is so called " the Islamic Hero" of the stable personality . The first feature of this character is his natural and innate aspect as a distinguished being due to the gift of God which is "mind and well " that made him deserved to be the success of God in earth . The most important aspect of balance is the balance between the absolute Divine well and the limited human well through the principle " the in between" which affected the human feeling ,dignity and well power within the feel that these are the powers of God.
This Quranic principle is considered as a main base to mold the hero image in the Islamic literature in front of his picture in the contemporary European literary that were affected by the conflicted philosophies and thoughts during the last four centuries , so the hero appeared –as a contemporary Man – stranger , does not know stability , satisfaction , happiness or true love .
Hence the urgent necessity is roused to change this disparate image that formed by the pre-Islamic imagination of Man and the superficial knowledge of the limits of freedom, and principle of " the in between "is an integrated imagination of destiny and the Divine fate with the role of Man.
According to what is mentioned above the image of the Islamic hero does not gain its perfect Islamic attribute save within its social context and its effective role in developing society to be live embodiment of the Islamic literature thought with its comprehensive imagination and with what might affect it as well as his relation with God, universe and society
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