Volume 4, Issue 1, Winter 2012, Page 1-252

The Popular plays in predecessors and pre-Islamic poetry A Study, compile and Document

Assist Prof. Dr. Muhammad Fatah obaid Al-Jubawy

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 1-32

The Present paper tack les the study of popular plays through predecessors and pre- Islamic poetry. It deals with more than thirty popular plays which are employed by poets in their poetry at that time. That poetry was a research tool to know the name of the play and it's time. The treatment of the theme under study was exclusive to this period. It is worth noting that the names of most that plays have reached us. At the same time, the nature, identity and function of that plays remained hidden.
However; we cannot deny the existence of those plays which are known by their historians. But those historians do not take note of what document by poetry us if is revealed by the title of present paper. It seems that the reason behind that the poetry which is concerned with popular plays is not poetical. It is very difficult for the poet to find a justification for using words like (AL-Kuthkutha) or (AL-Dujandah) and something like this. It is not strange to say that reason behind exclusion of those plays is that the plays are unknown. There is nothing left only their names. The historians of those plays take on their shoulders the task of documentation since they are dearest part of the heritage of Arab nation.

The Effect of Critical Precepts on Poetic Output: A Reading of Critical Heritage: Al-Mudafar Al-Alawy as an Example

Assist. Prof. Rumaid Mutter Hamad

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 33-90

The critical precepts in Mudafar b. Fadel Al-Alawi,s book Nafdat Al-Arreeth Fi Al-Gareeth are a critical methodology to direct the poet in the right direction to set right his creative work and to be a model to be imitated. This paper exposes the faces of linguistic performance and the lapses of the ancient and modern critics and poet. Al-alawi tried hard to highlight them in order to avoid and abandon them because poetry is part of the linguistic system whose prosodic rules cannot be ignored or overlooked.

Spatial Space in the novels of Suna' Allah Ibrahim : 1997-2008

Assist. Lecturer Bassim Muhammad Abbass; Assist. Prof. Faze Hassan Al-Maadidy

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 91-118

The place in the novel is acquired of a great importance not less important than the rest of the items feature the other .Its the role completes the role of time in determining the sign of the novel, and it is the custodian of the events theater conflict the characters and a geography of the novel and through it , the person gains his cultural , social and intellectual dimensions .
This study is based on dealing with the place on two aspects : with the first the place and we decided to divide the space in which to place anti-pet and place and space threshold is best suited to study the place in the novel texts of Suna' Allah Abraham novelist and the second is interested with the study of description and its functions , types and functions and its role in shaping the intellectual and psychological side of the personality.

The Effect of the Material Motives on Poetry: The Abbasid Poet as an Example

Assist. Lecturer Ibrahim Muhammad Sirheed; Assist. Prof. Dr. Abdul-Salaam Muhammad Rasheed

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 119-134

The aim of this paper is to examine the phenomenon of material gain from poetry in the Abbasid period. Although the material motive behind literary creativity is very strong and essential, material gain was not an aim in early Arabic poetry. It is a new motive to the Arabic poets and it came to existence only lately under the pressure of poverty and their desire for leisure and the dwindling of tribal fanaticism.

The Aesthetics of the Body of the Other in Andulysian Poetry

Assist Lecturer Azad Muhammad Kareem al-Bajilani; Assist Lecturer Azad Muhammad Kareem al-Bajilani; Assist Prof. Dr. Muhammad Oaid al-Tarbouly

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 135-153

The self or (I’m) is the focus of our personality , the body is the home of human with his submission to will and deepening the relation by awareness of the person to his body , its make him as recognized material to environ mint of the will . As the awareness of our body is correct , like the knowledge with it aesthetic value getting a lot of importance and admiration , then the body will join the self , in other meaning , become another (I’m) or its mirror , there for the difference by imaginate the humanity nature , make it invariable temporal and local , this make the human himself as where he found or make it variable with the difference of the human and its ability….

Religious and Literary Intertextuality in Ibn Al-Roumi's Poetry

Instructor Dr. Hassan Ali Hammad Al-Obaidy; Assist Instructor abdul-Hameed Hayes Mutter Al-Dulaimy

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 154-186

The present paper addresses intertexuality for two aspects; theoretical and practical. The theoretical aspect presents a brief review of the concept of intertexuality for contemporary critics in the west and east. The practical aspect, on the other hand, studies two samples of intertextuality namely; the religious and literary in the poetry of Ibn Al- Romi. In the practical aspect, the researchers have depended on recalling the literary & religious texts( as a part of cultural heritage) that interrelates with the original poetic text and its artistic and thought functions in the poetry of Ibn Al- Romi, on the basis of our reference to the harmony among all these various intertextualities in the poetic context both in form & content.

(Zaleh) in Arabic Language: Its Types, Subjugation, and Meanings

Assist. Prof. Dr. Noori Yaseen Al-Hiti

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 187-206

It is a problematic matter for lots of researchers and scholars to distinguish between the types of verb (Zala) in the past, present and the origin. That is because the image of its past is one, although it, in fact, falls into three types. Each one differs from the other two at the origin of its substance, the remark of its middle letter (ayn), its present and the origin, and the misunderstanding caused by moving its remark , transferring or deleting. Then one present tense may co-occur in more than one of its types. This motivates the researcher to give the subject a special research collecting what is said in it, explaining all of its types attributing them to their substances and origins, showing the faces of participation and separation among its types, and displaying the discord among derivationalists in some affairs, preferring what he sees as outweighing by the evidence, relying, at all, on the mothers of the sources .

Some Controversial Issues Between Al-Sirafi and Other Grammarians

Instructor Dr. Ali Mutter Joru Al-Dulaimy

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 207-235

Abu Saeed Al-Sirafi b. Abdullah b. Al-Murzuban is one of the major figures in Arabic grammar. He wrote many famous grammar books. Through my readings in Al-Sirafi's books I found that there are some controversial issues between him and other Arabic grammars. I examin some of these issues in this paper by relying on the major sources of Arabic grammar. Major among these issues are: the use of (Noon) on stimuli in dualization, Deletion of (noon) from (Yakun) in the emphatic, The emphatic case of request's reply.



Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 236-252

Omani students of English encounter some Phonetic and Phonological problems reflected in the perception, identification and production of various English speech sounds. Most of these problems are related to the relatively complicated orthographic system of English taught to Omani students at earlier stages of English language learning and to the inconsistent relationship between spelling and pronunciation of English and the differences between the sound system of Arabic and English. They often result in some pronunciation challenges for Omani students of English( hence OSE) with respect to consonants, consonant clusters, vowels, diphthongs and words used in connected speech. Omani regional differences also pose a serious pronunciation difficulty represented by first language interference in the target language. This paper tries to account for the areas of difficulty and provide some suggestions and recommendations that could overcome the pronunciation problems in the oral performance of Omani students of English.