Rhetorical methods and graphic images in praises of Ka'b bin Malik to the Noble Messenger ()
Keywords:rhetoric, Statement, the hair, praise, Messenger of God
The attempt in this research is a rhetorical study on the rhetorical methods and graphic images in the praises of the Most Noble Messenger (may God bless him and grant him peace) contained in the poems of the courageous poet and the great companion “Ka’b bin Malik Al-Ansari” who has long been defending the Messenger (may God bless him and grant him peace) and the religion of Islam with his sword and tongue. This heel is one of the three whose repentance was accepted by God after they were late in participating in the Battle of Tabuk, and the poet attended all the battles except for this battle. His poetry, even if it was a little, is characterized by the sincerity of emotion, the enthusiastic spirit, chastity, abstinence, and distancing himself from pre-Islamic purposes. He was a true defender of the Messenger of God (may God bless him and grant him peace) and the new religion. The poetry of this poet has rhetorical and artistic imprints that were manifested in his praises to the Most Noble Messenger (may God bless him and grant him peace), through which the poet employed various types of eloquence methods, including in the field of meanings, eloquence, and the wonderful. Its compositions were abundant and well-articulated, taking each other by the necks. In this study, which is based on the analytical description method, we tried to extract the rhetorical and artistic contents based on the well-known books of rhetoric, as well as books of literature and explanation of the poet’s diwan. We have reached the desired results, including: The poet Kaab bin Malik was not a professional in poetry, but rather used it to protect the religion and defend the Messenger of God. He praised the Most Noble Messenger (may God bless him and grant him peace) with uplifting poems that were characterized by elegance, strength, and sincerity of emotion.
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