The Poem (We Drank on the Remembrance of the Beloved Madamah) by Ibn Al-Farid: a Reading in Preparation: in the Light of the Criteria of Coherence and Textual Harmony


  • ٍAsst. Inst. Salah Rahi Ibrahim Hamza The Ministry of Education, Baghdad Education Directorate, Rusafa II - Iraq



Sufi discourse, textual standards, consistency, , harmony, Ibn al-Farid


The research studies the two standards of textual consistency and harmony by standing on the two elements (casting and knitting) between the word and the meaning on which the Sufi poet’s speech is based as it parallels the literary discourse. Several readings, including the aspect of language that has not been studied in all its parts and manifestations. This research came to shed light on this aspect and shows the words and meanings that are formed with the set of seven criteria that occupied the rhetorical and critical lesson, ancient and modern, although there is no place for agreement in them, and that the sum of these criteria makes the text a communicative event between the speaker and the addressee within a text that is considered one of the most important. The most important texts of the mystical literature of the poets of the Abbasid era, which is the poetry of the mystic Sultan of the Lovers Omar Ibn Al-Farid (632 AH), his poetry is an expression of the beauty of the image.


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The Poem (We Drank on the Remembrance of the Beloved Madamah) by Ibn Al-Farid: a Reading in Preparation: in the Light of the Criteria of Coherence and Textual Harmony. (2023). ALUSTATH JOURNAL FOR HUMAN AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, 62(1), 305-330.

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