Terms (poetry and prose) a study in the fields of linguistic use


  • Dr. Ali Kazem Asad University of Kufa / College of Arts




Poetry and prose, linguistic use of words, literary types, literary intent, speech


This study tries to access the concept of the terms poetry and prose traded by people in society and their wandering ideas witnessed by the literary reality and then become words organized in poems wandering their thoughts, which were characterized by linguistic significance intentionally. And that many of those who use  it do not apply their connotation  linguistically and literarily, whether it carries a paradox of its significance characterized by ambiguity or general comprehensiveness more clearly and this focuses on the extent to which the significance of the term matches linguistically and morally to organize in literature in the form of a poem from which the purpose of its intention is known.


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Author Biography

Dr. Ali Kazem Asad, University of Kufa / College of Arts

دكتور واستاذ النقد في كلية الآداب / جامعة الكوفة



How to Cite

Asad, A. (2013) “Terms (poetry and prose) a study in the fields of linguistic use”, Journal of Kufa Studies Center, 1(1), pp. 22–45. doi: 10.36322/jksc.v1i1.4764.

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