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CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC STUDIENS MAGAZINE,
Volume 3, Issue 5, Pages 1-29
AbstractWe tried in the earlier pages to study Al- Binaa Wal talal and rules for attaching verbs to pronouns in Dibil’s poem. We have noticed that the poem served various purposes ranging from elegy to Ahlul Bait ( prophet’s descendent), praising and statire to their opponents. The poem was divided into nine sections with no fixed number of lines in each section. The length of a section was determined by the content and the reaction of the poet towards that content. The poet used this partitioning so that he could include the whole subject of his poem.
Al – talal left a heavy mark in every part of the poem that all place signified a religious importance that referred to events extended beyond substantials. Generalizing of Talal in the poem allowed the poet freedom of movement within the syllable and gave the poem a momentum due to ( Talal ). The poet attached verbs to subjective pronouns in 50 positions in the poem.
The number of strong verbs was a little more than weak verbs; he used strong verbs attached to pronouns in three tenses. This occurred in 27 positions. This attachment did not make any change in verb inflexional forms. The number of weak form attached to pronouns was in 23 positions in the poem of these verbs those with initial vowel, medial vowel and final vowel verbs. Most of these verbs made a construction changes such a thing occurred with final vowelled verbs.
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