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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 6, June 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Elements Of The Arabian Syi'ir In The Qur'an's Structure

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AUTHOR(S)

Mas'an Hamid

 

KEYWORDS

Arabic Language, Elements, Syi’ir, Holy Qur’an, Arabic Structure, Poetic, Lyrics.

 

ABSTRACT

The Qur'an is a Muslim holy book using Arabic with the dialect of the Quraish tribe. Textually, the composition or sequence in verses of the Qur'an contains musicality which when combined with the musicality of poetry or Arabic syi'ir (rhyme), both have suitability, especially in conformity with 5 (five) elements of poetry, namely: Sentence, Rhythm, Poems, Imagination, and Deliberate. The opinion of the scholars and the Arabic experts on the existence of poetic aspects in the language of the Qur'an has occurred in contradictory form, some agree and some are not. For those who agree, thought one form of the beauty of the Qur'anic language is a match between the musicality contained in the composition of the verses of the Qur'an with the musicals of the traditional Arab syi'ir (syi'ir multazam), especially in terms of rhythm And his poem. Meanwhile, for the scholars who refuse, they argue, the Qur'an is a divine word, while the syi'ir and the poems are human words, all types or genres of literature are the creation of shamans, imaginers, and fanciers.

 

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