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Authorial and derivative allusions in works by Saadi: A review of Quranic influences
Maryam Zibaee Nezhad *
Faculty member at Azad University of Shiraz , zibaeenejad.m@gmail.com
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Since the revelation of Holy Qur’an to Prophet Mohammad, authors and speakers have tried to adorn their work or speech by gems from the book, be it either words or their meanings. In this regard, technique such as literary adaptation, allusion, direct quotations, allegory and others have been employed. Ssh is one such author, beautifying his poetry and prose with quranic verses. Allusion is one of the major literary techniques influenced by Quran in terms of its frequency in ssh’s works. Some allusions are employed to create literary, mystic or romantic images and which are here named authorial allusions. Others are used as proof for his arguments and for quranic meanings and are here named derivative allusions. Both types are defined and explored in this paper along with some examples.
Keywords: Quran, Literary Images, Authorial Allusion, Derivative Allusion.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/07/30 | Accepted: 2018/07/30 | Published: 2018/07/30
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Zibaee Nezhad M. Authorial and derivative allusions in works by Saadi: A review of Quranic influences. IJPL. 2018; 1 (3)
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