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Iman Farhan Ahmed Muhammad
kh.faisal20@st.tu.edu.iq
Hamad Mahmoud Muhammad Al-Dukhi
kh.faisal20@st.tu.edu.iq

Abstract

Throughout its existence, Arabic literature has presented a rich and varied collection of poetry, serving as a testament to the nation's achievements and triumphs. It offers a genuine portrayal of its people's lives and serves as a loyal witness to their poetic brilliance. It has consistently attracted poets from different eras. Due to the presence of skilled poets with a rich and meaningful poetic language, the study was titled "A Dictionary of Poetic Themes Among the Poets of the Second Pre-Islamic Era in Ibn Salam Al-Jumahi's Book". The study aims at analyzing the artistic constructional methods employed by these poets and how they conveyed their opinions, thoughts, feelings, and emotions through their poetry. The study utilized a comprehensive approach to examine and combine the linguistic levels and artistic branches found in a dictionary containing a rich vocabulary related to estrangement, alienation, and death. This unique collection of words sets the poet apart from those around them.

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Ahmed Muhammad, I. F., & Muhammad Al-Dukhi, H. M. (2024). Dictionary of Poetic Topics among the Poets of the Second Pre-Islamic Class in the Book of Ibn Salam Al-Jumahi. Journal of Tikrit University for Humanities, 31(6), 14–25. https://doi.org/10.25130/jtuh.31.6.2024.02
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