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Journal:   JOURNAL OF ARABIC LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE   SPRING-SUMMER 2011 , Volume 3 , Number 166.2.4; Page(s) 123 To 151.
 
Paper: 

Borrowing From Quranic Verses In Ahmad Matar's Poetry

 
 
Author(s):  Maroof Yahya*
 
* RAZI UNIVESITY
 
Abstract: 
Ahmad Matar is the prominent Iraqi poet and a committed character of this age who in the contemporary Arab world enjoys great fame. Since the Holy Qur'an and religious texts, are the inspiring references to all Arab poets, Ahmed Matar is no exception. The borrowing of Qura'nic verses and contents in his poetry is due to his understanding and his wisdom in a unique manner. This article intends to answer the following questions:1-What is intertextuality and what does it mean in his poems in relation to the Qur'an?2-The borrowing from the Qur'an in his poems: the apparent phenomenon or hidden?3-The borrowing from the Qur'an in his poems: acceptable or unacceptable?4-Is there any mimic of harmonic form of some Qur'anic verses for ironic criticism?5-Is there any allegorical borrowing in his poems?
 
Keyword(s): AHMAD MATAR, POEM, BORROWING, QUR'ANIC, EQTEBAS
 
 
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MAROOF, Y. (2011). BORROWING FROM QURANIC VERSES IN AHMAD MATAR'S POETRY. JOURNAL OF ARABIC LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, 3(166.2.4), 123-151. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=209527



Vancouver: Copy

MAROOF YAHYA. BORROWING FROM QURANIC VERSES IN AHMAD MATAR'S POETRY. JOURNAL OF ARABIC LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 2011 [cited 2022May25];3(166.2.4):123-151. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=209527



IEEE: Copy

MAROOF, Y., 2011. BORROWING FROM QURANIC VERSES IN AHMAD MATAR'S POETRY. JOURNAL OF ARABIC LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, [online] 3(166.2.4), pp.123-151. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=209527.



 
 
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