Methods of Metaphor in Abu Bakr Yahya Ibn Mujber Almowahidi
CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC STUDIENS MAGAZINE,
Volume 6, Issue 13, Pages 253-280
AbstractDespite the large number of literary studies that tackles the Andalusian literature in various respects, but still there remains a need to write in the subjects remained far from the pens of our researchers for various reasons.
This research deals with Yahya Ibn Mujber Almowahidi, the poet of Andalusia and Morocco, who is almost unknown except for a few of those who are highly specialists in this field.
The first section of the research deals with his life and his time and how the literary movement flourished in the era of Almowahideen, thanks to the concomitant political, ideological, intellectual, and social changes. The researcher dedicates part of this section to the poet's style in compilation and grammar which shows a higher harmony in his vocabulary, meanings and images and which suggests the sensations imposed by the psychological environment in a clear manner without prejudice to the integrity of expression. His style in most cases is easy, discreet, clear, and specific in meaning, far from affectation, besides the strong structures and higher ability of performance. By the clarity of his poetry and purity of his words, he reminds us by Al-Buhturee. He is similar to him in many aspects and was always entitled with the same title of Al-Buhturee because of the innateness and clear nature.
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