International Journal for Arabic Linguistics and Literature Studies

Volume 5 - Issue 3 (4) | PP: 124 - 131 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/10.31559/JALLS2023.5.3.4
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The Producing Discourse Self and the Issues of Disagreement between Poetry and Prose- The Letter of Abu Ishaq al-Sabi as a Model (D. 384 AH)

Ahmed Tayi
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
24/9/2023 26/10/2023 20/11/2023 26/11/2023
Abstract
Objectives: This study aims to understand the issues of disagreement between the poetry industry and the prose industry by means of fulfilling the condition of knowledge of the critical reading text by two productive selves. The first is related to the poetic self or the prose self-based on what Abu Ishaq Ibrahim bin Zahroun al-Sabi wrote to one of his brothers. He asked him about the difference between the prose writer and the poet. The second concerns the recipient self and the extent to which it can respond to this critical theorizing. Methods: Concerning the efficiency of the methodological vision, we first exploited concepts from the contemporary literary criticism related to the conceptual system of the German School of Constance. Second, webasedour study on some concepts derived from the ancient Arabic poetic criticical product. Conclusions: The study concluded that examining the issues of the "difference" in the nature of the creative process in poetry from that in prose is valid, in terms of the theoretical-critical background governing Al-Sabi's perception of these two literary components in ancient Arabic poetry. Secondly, in terms of the characteristics that distinguish each type from the other, such as clarity, ambiguity, gift, and rhythmic structure. This is what we tried to explain and expand our critical consideration of it.


How To Cite This Article
Tayi , A. (2023). The Producing Discourse Self and the Issues of Disagreement between Poetry and Prose- The Letter of Abu Ishaq al-Sabi as a Model (D. 384 AH). International Journal for Arabic Linguistics and Literature Studies, 5 (3), 124-131, https://doi.org/10.31559/JALLS2023.5.3.4

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