The Qur'anic Expositions as a Collection and a Rhetorical Interpretive Study


  • Zohreh Babaahmadi Milani (Assistant professor, Department of Qur’ān and Hadith Sciences, Faculty of Theology, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahvaz, Iran
  • Ghasem Bostani Professor of Department of Qur’an and Hadiht Sciences,, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahvaz, Iran
  • Abbas Taleb Jihad Master's student Faculty of of Department of Qur’an and Hadiht Sciences, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahvaz, Iran


Quran, allegories, interpretation, rhetoric


The Noble Quran, considered a divine miracle, has achieved this miracle from various moral and linguistic perspectives. The foundation of its linguistic miracle lies in the rhetorical techniques, including allegories, which are important and common methods in the Arabic language and the Quran. The study of allegories in the Noble Quran is essential from a rhetorical perspective to uncover the beauty of the Quranic language and its linguistic miracle. Understanding and analyzing these techniques help us better comprehend the divine message and contemplate the greatness of Allah's words. The study of allegories contributes to enriching our knowledge of rhetoric and expanding our understanding of the Arabic language and its linguistic aspects.This article will rely on a descriptive-analytical approach to analyze and interpret the allegories present in the Noble Quran. It will make use of reference books and previous research in the fields of rhetoric and Quranic interpretation to support the raised points and guide the research towards a deeper and more comprehensive reading. In summary, the study of allegories in the Noble Quran represents a valuable opportunity to explore its rhetorical and aesthetic dimensions, shedding light on the methods it employs to deliver its message with power and inspiration. Through the analysis of these allegories, we can understand the extent of the Quran's rhetorical impact and its superiority in expressing profound meanings and spiritual concepts.