التبيان في إعراب القران

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2015-05-24
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زينب علي حجازي, سيد احمد
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This is a qualitative, anakttucak study which thoroughly considers Al-Tibyann fi I\\\\\\\'rab Al-Quran as a samplying book representing how Quran verses can conceivably be inflected. This book is written by the eminent Islamic scholar Al-Okburi Abi Ibaga Abullahi Ibn Al-Hussein Al-Hussein Al-Hambali and he has dedicated the book to his students. Selecting some Quranic verses for inflection, the author was able to create a sample of Quranic inflectional verses. The book can, however, be regarded as a source of Quran inflection. The present study contains six chapter, chapter one provides a biographnical details about the author; the book and its themes. Chapter two handles the varieties of the \\\\\\\"Holy Quran Readings\\\\\\\" and also introduces the famous Quranic Readers in addition to the aspects or points of agreement and disagreement in their models of Reading the Holy Quran. It focuses, in particular, on these peculiar models of Reading (realization of the pronunciation of some of the Holy Quran words). Chapter three discusses some syntactic features such as extra position, postposition, and ellipsis. For example, the extra position of complement or the object, and the ellipsis of the subject of a nominal sentence, the complement, the verb phrase, the sentence or the clause and so on. Chapter four handles some morphologic issues. Chapter Five surveys some grammatical issues which were representing points of long controversy between the two rival schools of grammar, the Basrite and the Kufite. In this connection, the author, AL-Okburi, believed that some of these grammatical issues had been incorrectly interpreted by some Muslim grammarians, so he tried to exert much effort on interpreting and setting them right. The present work does not miss referring to those Quranic Verses which the author has not exposed to them in the Holy Quran Book, and which are so many in comparison to the rest of Ayat (Verses). What is more, it looks at some chapters such as Al-Riyah (the winds) at the beginning of the book in addition to his discussion on those specific Arabic letters which are found standing independently at the beginning of some Quranic surars (Quranic Chapters). Finally, the present study has been ended in striking some sort of comparison between the work of the author of the book under investigation and two other Muslim authors on the same Holy Quran words. Summary of findings: Through this study the researcher has come to the following points: First , The author was an adherent to Baghdad school of Grammar. Secondly, the study has adopted the analytical categorical method. Thirdly, author has focused on certain Quranic Verses as his linguistics material for the exposition of Arabic Grammar (Irab) and he was paying great attention to Arabic morphology (Arabic Sarf) more than Arabic syntax (structure of sentences). Finally, he exerted much effort on discussing and interpreting the grammatical variations between varied models of Quranic recitations
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