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الأنواء في أشعار الهذليين {دراسة وصفية – فنية - تحليلية}

الأنواء في أشعار الهذليين {دراسة وصفية – فنية - تحليلية}

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Title: الأنواء في أشعار الهذليين {دراسة وصفية – فنية - تحليلية}
Author: الحسن الخزينة, خالد
Abstract: This is a study on References to anwaa *moon cycles in the poetry of Huzaliyeen atrib residing in the Hijaz Area Whose dialect of Arabic was among those used in the Quran the Arabs linked all aspects of their life to moon cycles they made use of their knowledge of cycles to distinguish between rain impregnated clouds and others heavy downpours and light showers lightning not followed by rain the stars and related heat cold and the flow of torrents and streams The research is based on studying their poetry using artistic descriptive and analytical methods it shows how they describe nature and dig up the imaging they use highlighting the beauty in there and analyses and discusses it , comparing it with samples of other Arab poetry . The study is divide into five chapters. Chapter one deals with a definition of moon cycles and how important they are. It includes three sections .The first tackles cycle in language and as a technical term. The second deals with this knowledge the Arab acquired on cycles . this third tackles the signs the Arab attributes to cycles . Chapter Tow deals with the segments of cycles and rhymes the Arabs produced in that regard .It also has three sections .The first deals with segment of moon cycles. The second on rhymes related to them and the third tackles the division f the year in accordance wit cycles. Chapter Three is an introduction to the tribe .Its three sections deals with the tribes descent, its religion, language and the social , economic ad political condition of the tribe. Chapter Four focuses on how the Hazlis describe cloud ,downpours ,stars lightning and thunder in their poetry . Its three sections deals wit the descriptions of clouds, rains and stars and lightning and thunder ,respectively . Chapter Five tackles how the Hazils describe the wind, cold , heat and the flow of torrents and streams .Its three sections discuss the describing of wind , cold, and heat and the flow of torrents and streams ,respectively.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/10690
Date: 2015-05-12


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