Textual Relationships between the Ta'eya of Al-Harraq Al-Tatwany and the Greatest Ta'eya of Ibn Al-Faredh
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2013, Volume 12, Issue 4, Pages 257-276
AbstractThe" greatest Ta'eya " of Ibn Al-Faredh ( A.H) is considered one of the most famous Poems in Arabic language. The affection by this Sufi text varies into many forms,. One of those who was influenced by the " greatest Ta'eya " was a sufi Moroccan Poet named Al-Harraq Al-Tatwa'ey (died in A.H.) who opposed Ibn Al-Faredh's poem with Ta'eya, in which works on the artistic and ideological approach. Therefore, the textual relationships varies between the two poems, in which the most important is the connotation level between the two texts, in the way it relate the indicative with the thing or one being indicated between the pronunciation and meaning, so we can say that the most significant thing that congregate between Ibn Al-Faredh and Al-Tatwany, is that both of them commencing from the obvious truth of Sufi extinction.
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