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The Arabic novel is the result of global intellectual developments, the emergence and growth of which has been influenced by Western ideas particularly since the midnineteenth century. This study attempts to examine the narrative features of contemporary Arabic novels in a descriptive-analytical manner by collecting, analyzing, and interpreting information. In the early 1960s, the Arabic novel entered a new phase of development since the late nineteenth century; in the last three decades it hasdoi:10.29252/san.1.2.273 fatcat:zxhncryhxrhxlpc6eexfhd3jba