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Volume :34 Issue : 135 2016      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Levels of Argumentation in the Poetic Text:- A Reading of Omar Ibn Abo Rabeaa's "Dalyaa'' (in Arabic)

Auther : Mohammad Ead

This study attempts to answer a fundamental question; How can a verse contain both aesthetic and argumentative elements without having them clash and oppose one another? How does the poetic text develop arguments? Finally, how is that established through a specific reading of old Arabic poetry?
This question revolves around the essence of the argumentative poetic
text. The function of literature coexists with the function of argumentation. Hence, focusing on the language of the text in and of itself does not weaken the effect of the pragmatics of the text, for the discourse of the ancient text cannot be separated from its historical and social context and neither can it be separated from its system of values and traditions. Accordingly, the ancient or old text's pragmatic effect is very powerful and must be preserved.
This study consists of two sections: The first section examines the
levels of argumentation (structure and style). The levels of argumentation vary as signifiers, sentences and aesthetic images. The second section tries to propose an understanding of the rhythm of the text where the rhythm provides an interpretation of the text. This can help determine the poetic metre, sound devices and rhetorical devices such as alliteration, repetition etc.

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