International Journal for Arabic Linguistics and Literature Studies

Volume 3 - Issue 1 (3) | PP: 45 - 64 Language : العربية

Critiquing critique By Abdu-Allah Abdul-Jabbar

Yasir Sulaiman Shosho
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
20/3/2021 15/4/2021 30/4/2021 6/5/2021
This study aims at the most common aspect of contemporary critique studies (critiquing critique). Hence, Arabic critique history has spotted plenty of applied critique studies tackling with the same issue. No wonder that the literature critique is the largest among descriptive literature types and if many people are satisfied with themselves, only few are satisfied with others. This unsatisfaction or having different views with others is called critique. Knowing such critique is to be scaled, accepted or not, we would figure out how critiquing critique had first started. Although he was influenced by Arabs and non-Arab’s critics, critic Abdu-Allah Abdul-Jabar proves throughout this applied study on his books, in general, and through his book (Mersad Almersad), in particular, that he is a prominent critic in modern era, dedicated only to true wordings so became intellectually and behaviorally valuable, a model of an educated figure who never flatters nor compromises.

How To Cite This Article
Shosho , Y. S. (2021). Critiquing critique By Abdu-Allah Abdul-Jabbar . International Journal for Arabic Linguistics and Literature Studies, 3 (1), 45-64,

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