INVESTIGATION ALLITERATION FROM ABD AL-QAHER JURJANI’S PERSPECTIVE
Palavras-chave:Alliteration, Aesthetics, Eloquence, Jurjani. Rhetoric
ResumoThis acritical studies alliteration in Jurjani’s perspective in order to grasp its significance in all poetic speech and its connection to aesthetics of poetic discourse. We tried, using the analytical method, to make clearer just what role each of words and meanings plays in the beauty of the alliteration and its acceptability. The results showed that in Jurjani’s opinion, the beauty of speech is not summed up in words. Had the beauty of the alliteration merely relied on words, it would have become something undesirable. He believes that what determines goodness or badness of alliteration is its meaning
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