The Image Alknaúah in Algderiaat
CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC STUDIENS MAGAZINE,
Volume 2, Issue 3, Pages 1-14
AbstractThis paper deals with the (metonymy in Al-ghadeeriat Poems) through artistic analysis. We have also explained what is meant by Al-ghadeeriat in the introduction as a term to be presented to the mainstream literary circles and we limited it only to the poems that tackled the occasion on the pledge of allegiance at the pool of Khum as their subjects. Then the plan of the paper has been shown where we briefly discussed imagery. After that metonymy is studied through two sections; the first deals with the metonymy and the second discusses metonymy of the depicted.
The paper ends up with a conclusion containing the results. The metonymic portrayal expressed the attributes of Al-Imam Imam Ali Bin Abi Talib (P.B.U.H.) and his caliber and about the incident of pledge of allegiance at the Pool of Khum where the significance is the rightful sovereign power of Imam Ali Bin Abi Talib (P.B.U.H.)
Poets have been prudent not to belittle others and this emerged with the Caliphs and they also showed their discretion not to metonymically disparage people let alone the reliance on verbal suggestions and what makes an image serve a basic issue (the Caliphate.) Poets denote to bring into prominence meaning by making their imagery closer to realization and more convincing.
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