Analysis of the style of the ode " On the anniversary of the birth of the Prophet (PBUH)" by Ahmed Ahmed Qanabeh


  • Abdolvahid Navidi Department of Arabic Language and Literature, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahvaz, Iran
  • Mohammad Hassan Foadian Department of Arabic Language and Literature, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran


Messenger of God (pbuh), praise, stylistics, contemporary Libyan poetry, Ahmad Ahmad Qanaba


Arabic poetry from the era of Jahiliyyah to today was familiar with different types of praise. When the Messenger of God was sent as a prophet, attention was directed to him. It was here that prophetic praise was formed to express religious emotions that arose from sincere hearts. Among the contemporary poets who wrote odes in praise of the Messenger of God (PBUH), Ahmed Ahmed Qanabeh is a prominent Libyan poet who wrote many religious, national and social poems. In this research, the authors aim to identify the stylistic structures of the poem " On the anniversary of the birth of the Prophet (PBUH) " which is written in praise and praise of the Messenger of God (PBUH) and by using the descriptive, analytical and statistical method, the most important features and analyze and analyze its stylistic and aesthetic characteristics. One of the most important findings of the article is that the poet mentioned the Prophet as a symbol for expressing national issues and a symbol of unity between Muslims and different nations. The ode in question is written based on vertical poetry and has unity and rhyme. Nominal sentences and nominal structures dominate the texture of the poem. The contribution of simile is very small and the poet has used two types of diagnostic and visual metaphors, and in general, the artistic images of the poem are taken from his past heritage.