International Journal for Arabic Linguistics and Literature Studies

Volume 1 - Issue 3 (1) | PP: 158 - 171 Language : العربية
DOI : https://doi.org/DOI:10.31559/JALLS2019.1.3.1
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Speech Confrontation in the Initial Verses of Surat Al-Mullk (Creation of Heaven)- a Study in Speech Style

Futaim Ahmed Danawer
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
27/7/2019 16/8/2019 1/9/2019 2/10/2019
Abstract
The Qur'anic discourse is unique in a style for its verbal, contextual, and meaningful characteristics that makes it a miraculous speech, which is distinguished from the human style of speech. This is what the study has achieved. The study examined the discourse of the initial verses of Surat ‘Al-Mulk’, an analytical description that shows the extent of its cohesion and strength. Since speech confrontation is complete, the study discussed its stages in verses from the beginning till the end. The study examined the theme and style of the introduction, and its impact on the content. Turing to the content, the study then discussed the rigidity of the speech, its confidence, its theme, and its impact on the addressee’s soul and mind. The study ends with a discussion of the accessories of the manufacture of “heaven’ such as decoration and protection. Since the subject of ‘creation of heaven’ is one of the most important aspects of astronomy, this requires a comparison with the findings of this science without any prejudice to the literature of the discourse. The study concludes that the contents of the verses do not contradict the findings of astronomy.


How To Cite This Article
Danawer , F. A. (2019). Speech Confrontation in the Initial Verses of Surat Al-Mullk (Creation of Heaven)- a Study in Speech Style . International Journal for Arabic Linguistics and Literature Studies, 1 (3), 158-171, https://doi.org/DOI:10.31559/JALLS2019.1.3.1

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