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أبو علي القالي وكتابه الأمالي

أبو علي القالي وكتابه الأمالي

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Title: أبو علي القالي وكتابه الأمالي
Author: أماني أحمد عثمان, سيد أحمد
Abstract: This research is concerned with the life of Al Gali’s panning his up bringing in his home of Bakr, his migration from AL Mawsil to Gurtubah and, finally, Baghad. This is followed by a study of his masters and his linguistic and literary publications. The influence of Al Gali spread through many means including his publications, his students and by virtue of the well-read and edited books he introduced. Moreover, the research is devoted to the exposition and analysis of the book “ALArnali” discussing such features as literary citations and the texts mentioned therein. These are commented on by exegeses, analysis and linguistic and phonological citations. Also, this research deals with related issues such as the lives of poets, functions of poetry, stories, tales events and proverbs. The book, Al Amali” has stirred a huge amount of scholarly activity embodied in the studies and explications in Andalus centered on it as well the repeated attempt, to imitate its themes and techniques and. finally, the many books criticizing or contradicting it. The book provide, a lucid picture of the social. intellectual and literary life in Al Andalus. In that period, a life that the Gali school has endeavored to give a flavour of oriental method. Abou Au was largely responsible for the above through his tangible efforts to direct the aesthetic taste and enc ouragment of the conservative in Andlus literature by means connecting writers to the studies he established and the texts he rendered accessible to them. There by, Al Gali has became a model worthy of imitation in terms of scholarly methods and conduct, accuracy, recording. thoroughness and accounts for which he was famed- All these were reflected in the methods and behavior of his students. Above all, the book “Al Amali” was an important factor in the flourishing of linguistic and literary movement in Al Andalus and so it has left a many faceted indelible mark through out the ages that has not been impaired by the many other books writhen there after
Description: 187 Pages
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/11894
Date: 2015-06-14


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