Jordanian Journal of Arabic Language And Literature <p style="direction: ltr;"><img src="" alt="" /></p> <p><strong>Jordanian Journal of Arabic Language and Literature (JJALL) </strong></p> <p><strong> Print ISSN :2520-7180 | Online ISSN: 3005-2483</strong></p> <p><strong>Published with the Support of Scientific Research &amp; Innovation Support Fund</strong><strong>.</strong> <strong> </strong><strong>Jordanian Journal of Arabic Language and Literature is an open-access journal committed to publishing original high-quality scholarly research papers that provide solid insights into all aspects of Arabic Language and Literature.</strong></p> <p><strong>The Journal publishes academic materials such as original academic articles matching the Journal’s areas of interest and following the standards and methodology of academic research, edited and translated texts, and book reviews.</strong></p> <p><strong> Jordanian Journal of Arabic Language and Literature is an international academic journal, that publishes refereed articles specialized in Arabic Language and Literature.</strong></p> <p><strong> The Journal is supported by the Scientific Research Support Fund at the Ministry of Higher Education and the Deanship of Academic Research, Mutah University, Karak, Jordan. Jordanian Journal of Arabic Language and Literature publishes articles by Jordanian and international researchers in both Arabic and English four times a year (March, June, September, and December). Articles submitted for publication are evaluated by procedures established by the Journal and follow COPE publishing ethics roles </strong><a href=""><strong></strong></a><strong>.</strong></p> en-US (Professor Fayiz Abdulnabi Al-Qaysi ) (Ms. Razan Al-Moubydeen) Sat, 30 Dec 2023 00:00:00 +0100 OJS 60 The Escape Day: Al-Mutanabbi is on the Run! <p>Al-Mutanabbi chose the day of his escape from Egypt, escaping himself, and asking for freedom, after he was convinced of his request for the emirate by traveling to Egypt, with the intention of Kafir al-Ikhshidid. When he missed this matter, there was no shame in him remaining a prisoner there. The opinions of researchers and informants differed, so stories were woven around him to show his actions. In the order of escape as one of the supernatural, some of them even linked the personality of Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, in the events of his migration, and the personality of Al-Mutanabbi in the events of his escape, as a result of the etymological relationship between the two titles.</p> <p> However, the real reason for the success of this exodus, as revealed in this paper, is Al-Mutanabbi’s connection with two figures who had a clear impact on the planning of the exit from Egypt and his success: the first of them was Emir Belbas Abdulaziz bin Yusuf Al-Khuza’i, and this matter is confirmed by evidence in the poetry that was mentioned by Al-Mutanabbi. The second is Abu Bakr Al-Farghani, one of Kafur’s companions, who revealed the orphan novel reported by the Egyptian historian Al-Maqrizi. It is a novel whose events indicate the existence of a link between Al-Mutanabbi and this character, despite his strong relationships with others in Kafur’s entourage, which is shown in this paper.</p> أ.د.عبدالعزيز بن ناصر المانع Copyright (c) 2024 Jordanian Journal of Arabic Language And Literature Mon, 20 May 2024 00:00:00 +0200 The Structure and Functions of Cohesion in the Letters of Zayed the First <p>This research is an attempt to critically examine the textual cohesion in the letters of Zayed the First, in terms of their structure and function to explore the concept of cohesion and its elements represented lexically in the sample of study sample. It analyzed lexical cohesion, types of repetition, lexical collocation, grammatical cohesion, and all kinds of referral. The main focus of this study arises from the preceding linguistic basis to examine the letters of Zayed the First from a textual standpoint by looking at the textual components that constitute these letters to shift from sentential grammar to textual grammar. The researcher used the textual approach, which includes all conditions of textuality to analyze the letters of Zayed the First.</p> <p>Hence, the results showed that the discourse/ the text incorporates one linguistic unit embracing more than one sentence indicating that the sentences, words, phrases, and all text components are unified by syntactic linguistic cohesion, communicative function, and logical intellectual semantic harmony that achieve the disintegration of the text. To conclude, the paper mainly focuses on the conditions underpinning the text, and consequently shifts from textual theories to examine an Arabic text -Zayed the First’s letters- within the parameters of analytical approaches.</p> abdulla alali Copyright (c) 2024 Jordanian Journal of Arabic Language And Literature Mon, 20 May 2024 00:00:00 +0200 Paralogism in Political Rhetoric: Selected Texts Attributed to Umayyad Governors and Senior Officials <p>There is no doubt that political rhetoric, related to the state’s conditions, public affairs, ruling, and other related issues, is a rich topic for various types of arguments at all levels that aim to convince the recipient of the soundness of the opinion presented, or the invalidity of the opinion being objected. Notably, the argument may deviate from its intended purpose, and instead be covered by misleading purposes, through which the speaker seeks to deceive the recipient and make him/ her believe that the argument is sound and correct.</p> <p> Accordingly, this study seeks to reveal the other side of the argument; known as ‘paralogism’ in modern argumentative studies, adopting selected texts from political speeches of Al-Umayyad governors and senior officials. It attempts to address, “How do we analyze texts of political discourse in light of paralogism and its mechanisms?’ The study adopted three critical approaches: historical, artistic, and pragmatic argumentation.</p> <p>The findings revealed that paralogism is a type of argumentation that lacks validity, but provides the impression that it is true. The results also showed the use of Umayyad governors and senior officials of various paralogism mechanisms in their political speeches. Moreover, it was found that non-linguistic paralogisms were highly used in comparison to other types of paralogisms.</p> شيرين جاد الله, Salah Jarrar Copyright (c) 2024 Jordanian Journal of Arabic Language And Literature Mon, 20 May 2024 00:00:00 +0200 The Application of Conversational Implicature in the Novel “Thread of Blood” by Jamal Abu Hamdan Based on Grice’s Theory <p>This attempts to investigate Conversational Implicature in the novel “Thread of Blood” by the Jordanian writer Jamal Abu Hamdan. It explores the four maxims of conversation, namely, quality, quantity, manner, and relation, and analyzes them pragmatically employing the Cooperative Principle proposed by Paul Grice. The study also addresses the violation of maxims in light of the context presenting these maxims. Pragmatics as a recent linguistic approach is employed in this study. It aims at studying literary and non-literary texts within the context, considering the parties interacting within a paired or group conversation. One of the most significant findings of this study is the enrichment of narrative text with dialogic violations of Grice's maxims due to its inherent dramatic quality based primarily on dialogue. In addition, there is a multiplicity of intellectual and social positions among the interacting characters.</p> هناء خليل Copyright (c) 2024 Jordanian Journal of Arabic Language And Literature Mon, 20 May 2024 00:00:00 +0200