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Journal:   JOURNAL OF ARABIC LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE   FALL 2009-WINTER 2010 , Volume 1 , Number 164.2.1; Page(s) 25 To 40.
 
Paper: 

AUDITORY IMAGES IN MU’ALLAGHAT SAB’

 
 
Author(s):  EGHBALI A.*
 
* UNIVERSITY OF KASHAN
 
Abstract: 

The Poet is considered a sculptor, a painter and a musician who dramatizes his thoughts and visions through the technique of his poetry. Mu’allaghat Sab’ – as a part of classic Arabic literary masterpieces – display this aspect brightly. These works represent a wonderful variety of images among which the sensory images – including visual, auditive and tactile images – are very common. This article explores the auditory images of pre – Islamic odes and attempts to show that – besides the use of onomatopoeia – the pre – Islamic poets used different phonological features and auditive images frequently and successfully.
Along with the visual images of various colors and smelling pictures of odors, they created dynamic auditory images of natural and not natural sounds in order to bridge the gap between the world of thoughts and visions and the real world.

 
Keyword(s): AUDITORY IMAGES, SENSORY IMAGES, MU’ALLAGHAT SAB, PRE-ISLAMIC POETRY
 
 
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APA: Copy

EGHBALI, A. (2010). AUDITORY IMAGES IN MU’ALLAGHAT SAB’. JOURNAL OF ARABIC LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, 1(164.2.1), 25-40. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=193013



Vancouver: Copy

EGHBALI A.. AUDITORY IMAGES IN MU’ALLAGHAT SAB’. JOURNAL OF ARABIC LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 2010 [cited 2021July30];1(164.2.1):25-40. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=193013



IEEE: Copy

EGHBALI, A., 2010. AUDITORY IMAGES IN MU’ALLAGHAT SAB’. JOURNAL OF ARABIC LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, [online] 1(164.2.1), pp.25-40. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=193013.



 
 
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