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صفـة البحـر في الشعر العربي

صفـة البحـر في الشعر العربي

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Title: صفـة البحـر في الشعر العربي
Author: أمل الشعراني مصطفى طـه
Abstract: The aim of this thesis is to depict the sea in the Arabic poetry of pre-Islamic era to the early Islam era and to show the impact of the sea environment on the pre-Islamic poet, although he was deeply impressed by the desert and its environment. The thesis has also attempted to explain the sea image that inspired poets’ talents and to indicate the extent of its effects on their poem in general and the descriptive poem in particular. Another objective is to show that the Arabs’ description for the sea was derived from their imagination without benefiting from its water or graces. Some poets contacted the coastal tribes; others had a coastal environment that helped in adding a new kind of literature on sea. A historical descriptive analytical approach has been adopted in this research, whenever possible poets have been tracked with analysis of poetic forms that need to be analyzed. The results show the absence of complete poems related to sea. Poets included their description of the sea in their poems of praise, pride and other purposes. In addition to this, they depended for description and likening on nomadic images that were present in their imagination, words and structures as well as repetition. The Arab poets depended on sea in several topics; some topics were detailed, others were brief. This issue of details and briefness was determined according to their closeness or farness from sea. The study reveals that relationship of man and the sea had several aspects and issues mentioned by the Arab in his poem as well as in the Holy Koran and the Hadith to show to what extent man is benefitting socially, economically and militarily from sea
Description: 203 Pages
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/12373
Date: 2015-06-15


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