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) Thu, 15 Jun 2023 12:34:31 +0200 OJS 60 دفاعاً عن بلاغة الدولة العباسية <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Since its inception, the Abbasid state had taken care of prose in general, and the official Diwani prose, in particular, out of its conviction that its eloquence is a major pillar of its political sovereignty, but this care that continued until the end of the Maamun era, was slackening and retreating, starting from the era of Al-Mu'tasim. The reasons were related to the state’s cultural formation and its multiplication of the Turkic Mamluks, through the era of Al-Mutawakkil, who sensed a degree of crisis in the political rhetoric of the Abbasid state, so he spared no effort to bring about tangible change. However, this change was not enough because of the control of the Turks over the joints of the state and the exacerbation of populism and heresy among writers; The book (Writer's Literature) by Ibn Qutayba, came to represent - with its introduction - a firm condemnation of the manifestations of this rhetorical crisis and to offer, with its four chapters, a sufficient and faithful guide for those writers wishing to catch up with the knowledge and skills that must be remedied.</p> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> Abbasid Era, Political Rhetoric, Cultural Criticism.</p> Ghassan Abdel-Khaliq Copyright (c) 2023 Jordanian Journal of Arabic Language And Literature Thu, 15 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +0200 Women in the Narrative Poetry of Fahd Al-Askar “May Allah Fight both her Mother and Father”, A Model <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>This study aims to perform a reading of the Kuwaiti poet’s poem Fahd Al-Askar “May Allah Fight both her Mother and Father”; an artistic reading based on a methodological approach which depends on the structure of the narrative and its components from a social perspective. The study focuses on the central elements in the poem represented by the narrator and the main character around whom the whole poem revolves, along with the other characters that revolve in its sphere that deepen the events and the idea that the poem expresses, in addition to the other narrative components represented by time, place and description. Moreover, this study deals with the genre classification of poetic narrative, as it falls within the framework of poetic texts dealt with by European literature under the term “ballad” poem, which is one of the oldest types of oral literature in Europe before it was codified. A ballad mainly consists of one event; a difficult situation which the main character faces, which requires the character to decide to solve the problem. Some contemporary Arab poets in the first half of the twentieth century found in this poetic form a space to express interesting social issues, foremost of which is the issue of women and their liberation.</p> <p><strong>Key words</strong>، Fahad Al-Askar, narrative poetry, narrative structure, Women, Society.</p> أحلام واصف قاسم مسعد, Sahar Al Jadallah Copyright (c) 2023 Jordanian Journal of Arabic Language And Literature Thu, 15 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +0200 التقديم والتأخير وأثره في الوزن الشعري (دراسة في شواهد شرح التسهيل لابن مالك) <p>Syntactic Movement is one of the linguistic techniques addressed by both syntacticians and rhetoricians by using purely structural considerations. The rhetoricians speak of the syntactic movement with semantic rhetorical considerations capable of observing the aesthetics of the Arabic language, as these structural and semantic functions are considered the basis on which scholars relied in their view of the syntactic movement. However, this research aims to identify the syntactic movement and its effect on the poetic meter and what is related to the poetic meter in terms of rhyme, narration, and verbal and phonetic collocations, with an emphasis on the presence of rhetorical and synthetic advantages along with issues of meter and rhyme. This research, thus, gives insight into the factors influencing the syntactic movement in the structure of the poetic text and illustrates the metrical effect left by the syntactic movement in the meter of the poetic line through a set of applied models taken from the book "Ibn Malik’s Sharh Al-Tasheel, tackling the views of syntacticians in the formation of the structure of this syntactic movement. The significance of this research lies in addressing a synthetic linguistic style subject to another power than the power of syntax, which is the power of meter. Its significance is also reflected in the fact that it shows the poets' clear interest in preserving the rhythm of their poetic verses, especially those whose narrators are unknown, dealing with that according to the descriptive and analytical approach.</p> د عبدالله الذنيبات, Sateh thunebat Copyright (c) 2023 Jordanian Journal of Arabic Language And Literature Thu, 15 Jun 2023 00:00:00 +0200