Keywords : poetry


Refusal of Tribal Transformations in the Poetry of Early Period of Islam

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2018, Volume 15, Issue 1, Pages 561-578
DOI: 10.33899/berj.2018.159225

The reader of the poetic verses that tackle the tribe in the pre- Islamic paganism finds that they describe the tribe as a coherent physical unit which has its own convention that may considered inviolable by the members. As soon as Islam appeared the coherence of the tribe has been be demanded when most tribes, that embraced Islam abandoned their customs that are not in harmony with Islamic principles. This has been rejected by some of the poets of that era.
This study tries to detect the aspects of this refusal by those poets. The study consists of an in introduction which deals with the concept of refusal its reasons and factors that brought it into view at that time The introduction is followed by a review of the as peats of the refusal and how the poets expressed their refusal the poems. The study ended with a conclusion which comprises the most important finding that have been reached and followed with a bibliography which contains the references that have been consulted in this study.
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The Rhythm of Narrative Character in The Rhythm of Narrative Character in Al-Hathalyeen Poetry

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2018, Volume 15, Issue 1, Pages 499-518
DOI: 10.33899/berj.2018.159238

The poetry of Al-Hathalyeen is characterized by narrative tendency especially picturing (the character) which expresses the soul of group that spread in the tribe and the nature of Bedouin need which lead to the introduction of narrative characters that require a specific rhythm.
The research is based on an and four parts. The introduction contained the determination of the concept of rhythm and its relationship to the narrative character , the first part is concerned with the study of (the rhythm of character in the event) while the second is concerned with study of (the rhythm of character in the place) . The third detective death the study of (the rhythm of character in time ) and the forth on contained the study of (the rhythm of character in the time – place ).
The research dependes on an analytical study for the types of narrative character to explain the artistic and collective values that results from it .
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Conflict with Nature in the Poetry of AL-A’asha

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2018, Volume 15, Issue 1, Pages 603-616
DOI: 10.33899/berj.2018.159226

This study aims to clarifying the dimensions of conflict with nature in the poetry of Al-A’asha. The struggle for survival is the main motive in achieving the goals of the poet and reaching what he aspires to. The study was divided into two sections:
The first section is the painting of the ruins and the destruction that the poet embodies it in the natural images of the aspirations of man, but the poet did not surrender to their forces either by the elements of nature or by the influence of wine.
The second part is: the journey as a conflicting face with the nature that the poet lived between reality and dream, and the subsequent feeling of fabrication in himself and his mind and embodied his effects in the painting of danger and resistance to ward off the hunter and his dogs
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Self – Retrieval of the Past In Imru Al- Qais Poetry

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2018, Volume 15, Issue 1, Pages 579-602
DOI: 10.33899/berj.2018.159240

Abstract:The recitation of the past has gained a wide area in the Arab pre-Islamic poetry. It is clear that this retrieval has its effects on the poetic experience, as it is in itself a past tense, and since the originality of the ancient Arabic poetry is found in the poetry of the man who is clearly the last recollection expressed in life and the present moment is Death and decay So we find the poet in his adventure retrieval in poetry as a phenomenonAs a distinct phenomenon in his poetry and presented in a poetic form of creative able to convey his emotions and emotions and philosophy in life provided a vision of life and the universe manifested by the life of absurdity and dispersion and loss that was lived.  .

The Prelude of a Poem in the Mosuli Poetry in the 12th Century A. H.

Shareef Basheer Ahmed

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2013, Volume 12, Issue 4, Pages 221-256

This research deals with the prelude of a poem which is a poetic section. It comes at the beginning of a poem and precedes the subject-matter. It has gained a considerable importance by Mosuli poets since they dedicate themselves to pave the way for the readers to guess what the poem is about. The introduction in the Mosuli poetry in the 12th century A. H. differs in its subjects and in the number of its lines. This makes it a special subject in that it acquires its own artistic elements in the context of building a poem as a whole. Hence, it becomes coherently and cohesively clear and keeps the unity of its subject.

Exceeding the Sorrow of Remains Through the Praised Person and Wine in the Poetry of Abi Nuaas

Sahira Mohammed Al-Hubeiti

College Of Basic Education Research Journal, 2013, Volume 12, Issue 2, Pages 37-50

This research tries to show the exceeding of the Abi Nuaas for the tragic feeling that viewer remains generates actually or poetically since the remains are considered as pole that witnesses the crispness the existence and the absurdity of human activity and the plan of the research was made on a preface that ensures the change of the critical approaches the old and new ones for the presence of this tableau and the function it performs then we have suggested a flash about the poet's situation, Abi Nuaas, poetically hesitative from stopping at the remains, then we have suggested the most important opinions that the remains of Abi Nuaas in the performative side of the research and we have presented the reading for two poetic samples for the mentioned poet, and each of them were on the top of a remaining tableau and the most important purpose was for praise, where we find the poet never to dominate its vision for the black sign of sorrow after reaching to its praised person and he never care about the condition of becoming and change which were dominating the vision in the remaining tableau. While the second subject was formed from two tableaus; the first was remaining and the second was wine and we have found him calm and quiet during his speaking about wine forgetting what remains produced like the grief in his self. From our reading, we have reached that the poet and throughout his speech about the praised, Al-Ameen Caliphate that had given supernatural qualities, while wine, the poet found in it a shelter from feeling sad since wine never affect time motion and it is as much as proceed in time becomes more good as if it was timeless, and thus its dipsomania would be out of the condition of becoming, change and death inevitability.