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Volume 4, Issue 3

Volume 4, Issue 3, Autumn 2012, Page 1-301


Morphological responses in the eloquence explanations for Harwi (433 AH), Zamkashari (538 AH) and Al-bli (691 AH)

Jassim Mohammed Suhail; Osama Mohammed Swilim

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 1-21
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2012.68442

Dealt with in this paper some morphological responses in the annotations to selected eloquent Imam Thalab, and they and the HroaZamakhshariAllbula and, taking those responses in the balance of scientific research. Research has shown the lack of responses morphological on Thalab, they did not exceed the toes to stop one, other than their responses to others, in particular in the door of the acts of Allbula, it has more of this kind and the son of Derstwe particular; for the frequency response the last words of General and languages Almrdhulh in his view , and that that bunker on the Thalab, in the door of the discharge was the argument of the Thalab, found in Arabia or what it has come out, unlike their response to the other, there are texts see them as they went to, or chosen. Thank God that His grace is righteous.

The Social Criterion and Obligation Issue

Wafaa Talab Jassam; Abdulsalam Mohammed Rasheed

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 22-42
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2012.68445

The Obligation issue is social and human issue in its basis . The traditional and modern critics are highly preoccupied with this issue which has become one of the most important issues of literature and criticism related to the essence of literary work and its original ingredients. If we look at our Arabic literature deeply and analyze the way and direction used by this literature, we will think of the deep –rooted direction . The direction is found in the old works presented by pre-islamic (Al-jahili) and islamic poets till the Al- Abasi era that takes wide dimensions closely related to social life . This literature is the real direction that is considered to be a scale of obligation . This scale is the oldest one used by men in assessing and evaluating things . The idea of the ethical obligation in a literary work is one of the oldest calls for obligation and will be the most permanent one throughout the time.

In the linguistic contextual studies: Two morphological forms of One verb(Naja) and (Anja) as used in the holy Quran. Semantic Study

Mohammed Tawfiq Al-Dagman; Ali Hussein Kudheir; AbdulBasit AbdulKarim Matrood

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 43-70
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2012.68446

This is a study of the contextual meaning of two morphological forms of one verb which are (Naja) and (Anja) as used in the holy Quran> Although the linguist Sebawayh (D. 180 AH.) states that the addition of Hamza to the three forms verb is intended to signify plurality (and also erasing), other linguists believed that these two forms are the same in meaning and that the second is an emphatic form of the first. Yet, the second form connotes the quickness of response and answer. So (Anja) is used for quickness as it is faster than (Naja) in relieving distress. Finally, I agree with the correspondence between meaning and utterance in all the Quranic verses as dictated by the context in which they occur.

The Approach of Nader Aljaish in deducting of Hadith Sharif in his book (Rules Preparation)

Muna Abdulgafor Daham; Haitham Taha Yasseen

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 71-89
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2012.68448

For high-care headmaster Nader Aljaish Hadith Sharif chose to mention the most prominent features of his approach in terms of the reasoning by the questions as, as shown when the number of conversations which he quoted them, and degree, and its status among other evidence, as it was sometimes only by a witness grammatically, and was likely by the words of team - or me - from grammarians to others, and took care of adjusting his words, andsaid of his novels, as well as reasoning with words of the prophets (peace be upon them),and the companions (may Allah be pleased with them).

The Style of ALFAT'H BIN KHAKAN in his book Al-Qala'id

Arkan Omar AbdulAziz; Sadiq Batal Horan

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 91-113
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2012.68449

ALFAT'H BIN KHAKAN : was distinguished for his rhetorical ability, and interesting phraseology that combines the poetic music and prosaic eloquence .
In this research I spotlighted the phraseologies in ALFAT'H's book "ALQALAID" and the first phase is the language in his biographies . He avoided the odd and harsh expressions , though the reader may find some difficulty in some places while reading the book , which makes it clear that the book was for those of high class and writers .
The writer used the quotes from the Holy Quran and the prophet sayings and included poetry , proverbs , people tales and old nations that refers to his wide knowledge >
He also used the prayer sentences through the biographies in addition to the repetition in the meanings for an acceptable degree .

Tradition and Modernity in the works of the critic Ez Al-Deen Ismael

Arif Abid Sayil

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 114-131
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2012.68450

This paper deals with the question of tradition and modernity as debated in the works of the critic Ez Al-Deen Ismael. I tackled the theoretical framework of this issue in the following books: Literature and its Arts, The Aesthetic Principles of Arabic Criticism, Contemporary Arabic Poetry: Issues and Artistic and Thematic Phenomena, and Poetry in the Revolutionary Age. The ultimate aim behind examining these works is to show the author treated the traditional Arabic cultural heritage in the light of imported Western modernity.

disconnecting between close related words

Rafi; Khalaf Jassim

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 132-164
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2012.68509

This research shed lights to the subject of disconnecting between close related words .I tried to collect scientists, opinions concerning this subject. Some scientists do not allow separation and what mentioned about this is by necessity if it is poetry or by irregularity if other than that . Other scientists allow this case since it is known from the eloquent Arabs but in other than poetry , so there is no necessity to ignore that . Many texts are mentioned in the Holy Quran that allow separating and the Holy Quran has no necessity .Some of them see that it is possible to be separated if the separator is not foreign if it is so therefore the separation is not allowed . Others see that the separation is not allowed if the separator is more than a sentence since it may cause confusion . I wrote down that in my research supported by their references and I mentioned their owners even those whose owners are not mentioned . I discussed these opinions and preferred what I think it is suitable for our language use .

Beyond the Pleasure Principle: A Creativity for Self Recognition: A Study in Selected Poems of Sylvia Plath

Khalid Qays Abid; Khadim Jawad AL-Zubaidy

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 165-188
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2012.68517

The poetry of Sylvia Plath attracts the attention of both readers and critics for her fabulous craft which she wields to dramatize her own embittered personal experiences. She remains one of the well known figures whose poetic works are critically appreciated and new phases of meanings and implications are innovatively concluded. Her poetic craft stems from her whirlwind relationships with her family members in addition to some other harsh events which force her to commit suicide in February 11, 1963.
The present study aims to evaluate some selected poems of Plath from a Freudian perspective of the pleasure and reality principles and instincts cited in his theory of Beyond the Pleasure Principle. It also tries to show how the death instinct or Thanatos prevails to enable her to realize her true self lost under the heartrending impact of these harsh events by committing suicide.

A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF IMPOLITENESS IN SOME OF HAROLD PINTER'S PLAYS

Sura Abdul Wahid H; Zeydan K. Omar

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 189-210
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2012.68518

This paper offers a theoretical exploration of impoliteness in some of Harold Pinter's plays. This paper also examines the ways in which interactants use impolite behaviors or utterances to achieve their purposes . Impoliteness as a well known fact is the opposite of politeness and part of social interaction. This research analyzes three plays of Pinter and examines how impoliteness is used to reflect the relationships between the characters.

La Conception du hasard objectif dans Nadja d’'André Breton

Hassan Sarhan Jassim

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 211-221
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2012.68519

l’hypnotisation et le hasard objectif. C'est essentiellement à cette dernière notion que nous allons consacrer notre présent travail. Cela se fera en deux étapes : définir le hasard objectif aux lumières des réflexions théoriques de son auteur, André Breton, et puis appliquer la conception en question aux épisodes de l’œuvre de Bretton, Nadja dont les événements sont, intentionnellement, bien sûr, livrés aux hasards.

Sentential Complementation in Standard English

Hadeel Sinjar Hammad; Muslih Shwaysh Ahmed

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 222-244
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2012.68520

The present study aims at examining the internal structure and external distribution of sentential complements in Standard English by shedding light on the syntax and semantics of sentential complementation. The present study focuses its attention on the sentential complements that are realized by a whole clause. These complements are determined by the verb that used in the main clause. Thus, the verb is regarded as the head that subcategorizes for certain clause to be its complement. Sentential complementation in SE has certain features in both its internal structure and external distribution. For instance, the sentential complementation that is introduced by a ‘that- clause’ contains a subject that should be in the nominative case. As regards external distribution, some sentential complements cannot be preceded by a preposition. The present study treats the sentential complementation in Standard English depending on the model adopted by Quirk and his followers.

The Visual Versus the Verbal in Poetry

Asmaa Khalaf Medlul

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 245-284
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2012.68521

The aim of this paper is to examine the overlapping of the visual and verbal in English poetry. The paper explores the effect of imagery in terms of being visual or auditory. The paper shall survey the theories of this interrelation of the visual and verbal in poetry with particular emphasis on the mutual influence of painthing and poetry.

The Speech Acts of Warning in Presidential Speech

Emad H. Samir

Anbar University Journal of Languages & Literature, 2012, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 285-301
DOI: 10.37654/aujll.2012.68522

Presidential speeches are complex; they are planned and written to suit the mood of certain audience. The theme in such speeches remains the significant factor in making the addressee pay his/her overall attention to the speaker convinced that what the speaker is going to say is for his/her sake. The problem of discussing such kind of speech is the linguistic and pragmatic aspect of language. The context of situation has its role in interpreting the pragmatic aspects employed in the text. It is the most essential and interesting factor in revealing intended messages said by the speaker/writer. The use of speech acts is one of the important factors upon which the speaker can rely to arrive at the deep meaning intended beyond the apparent one. Politicians usually use many linguistic aspects to express illocutionary forces but the most common type is modal + operator + infinitive.