عنوان المقالة [English]
Stylistic is a critical approach that seeks to examine the technical and linguistic structures of a text in order to illustrate the hidden beauty of the text and techniques used. In this way, stylistics analyzes the text by distinguishing the works of poets and writers from each other. Ahmad Sahonun is a contemporary poet of Algeria, who has a particular style and influences the domain of sustainability literature. In this essay, we focus on the stylistics of one of his most beautiful poems in the field of resistance ‘Palestine enna ajebna al-nada’ which the poet speaks of the will of Arab people in general and of Algeria in particular, as well as of his love for Palestine and encourages people to sustain and to acquire transcendental qualities.
In this study, with a descriptive-analytic method, and based on the statistical method, we consider the structural form of ‘Palestine enna ajebna al-nada’ at three levels of phonetic, hybrid, and rhetorical, to explain the beauty behind these levels. The results show that the use of bam and acoustic sounds has had a profound effect on the creation of internal music. At the combined level, we also see a number of Prepositional Phrases at the beginning of verses and stanzas that are in line with the atmosphere of the ruling, which is a miracle and a bow and arouses the spirit of the battle. He has also used many sentences to praise and express glory and exaltation. At the rhetorical level, the poet has also used a lot of expressive expressions to convey the struggles of the people and encourage them to liberate their land. Also, the use of such arranged artifacts as the style, and the genre of music has been created in accordance with the atmosphere of the ruling.
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