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We sought in our scientific article to study the issue of madness as examples of “ Akbar Kays Ben Moulawah “. It was revealed to us that madness is not an neurotic disease that affects only human consciousness. However, it will be in “ Akbar Majnoon Ben Amer “ a strategy in the speech that the Majnoon uses it to influence the receiver from a side. A method and doctrine in adoring and in the life from the other side. So, the madness turns from its negative to positive meaning
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