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Linguistic theory. Analysis of two chapters of the Quran

Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation 2011 258 Pages

Orientalism / Sinology - Arabistic

Summary

This study is an attempt to give a general look at the text and sentence linguistics theory through many of criteria and definitions. Also it's going toward approve some of the theoretical facts which refers to Arab traditional studies. As well it’s a kind of removing the cover of and close the relations between traditional and modern study in a theoretical perspective.
Hence the thesis came into an Introduction, three chapters (the first was the theoretical part and the Second and third were the applied part) and conclusion as the following:
Introduction:
• The First chapter is the theoretical Study; which includes three sections as the following:
The first Section is The Text and Textuality
The second section is The Sentence and Text.
The third section is The Text and Context.

• The Second chapter is The cohesion. which includes four sections as the following:
The First Section is the Reference.
The Second Section is the conjunction.
The Third Section is Recurrence.
The Fourth Section is The Ellipsis.

The Third Chapter is The Coherence which includes three sections as the following :
The First Section is the Accordance.
The Second Section is The Moral Presumption.
The Third Section is The Intertextuality.

Appendices.
- Conclusion .
- the summery
- References .

Details

Pages
258
Year
2011
ISBN (eBook)
9783656625872
ISBN (Book)
9783656625858
File size
2.9 MB
Language
Arabic
Catalog Number
v269395
Grade
Excellent
Tags
Arabisch Islam Quran Arabistik - Surah text Grammar Arabic linguistics

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