Manifestations of quranis characters in contemporary Iraqi poetry


  • Ali kteeb dkeen Sawa National University


Quranic figures, Prophets, other Quranic figures


The interaction with the contents of the Qur’an and its forms, structurally and semantically, and their employment in literary texts through a variety of mechanisms, is part of what is called interaction with the religious heritage in its various forms. recipients from long ago, and still exercises spiritual and aesthetic dominance to this day, The Arabs were not immune to this kind of heritage, and they did not ignore its influential and fundamental role in shaping their culture, as it represented for them an essential source of the sources on which they relied, and derived from its experiences, so the poets began to draw from its intellectual wealth in various ways, to add to their texts a high sanctity.          And an extraordinary spirituality through their openness to this sacred heritage and they are rewriting it in their texts, because it is the text that is still stuck in the Arab memory, due to its privacy, distinction, semantic and historical richness, and its containment of many lessons, events and stories full of revelations. , which prompts the poet to quote from it as appropriate His poetic experience, in addition to the fact that it represents a sacred spiritual text and a vision and reading different from man and the world, and it represents a new writing that changed the way of thinking and writing for the recipient. It matches his experience And the data that he wants to express, and the contemporary Iraqi poet did not follow in the footsteps of previous poets throughout the ages in his dealings with the Qur’anic text, and in terms of his dealings with this sacred text. Due to the frequent invocation of Quranic characters in the structure of the contemporary Iraqi poetic text, we decided to rely on This research is to recall the Quranic characters and classify them according to their occurrence in the studied text