2018, Volume 1, Issue 27, Pages 71-100
AbstractThe religious tendency in the fifth century of Hegira literature occupied a great deal of attention especially in poetry, praise in particular. The religious poetry is one of the highest styles of praise in the Arab heritage, it had spiritual features aimed to serve and defense the Islamic religion in sward and words, and that is exactly what Islam needs. Religious poetry expresses the Islamic values and morals represented by monotheism and believe in His almighty God, resurrection and in the prophet Mohammed (peace and prayer be upon him and his pure progeny).
The research attempts to perceive the poets` originality and perfection in praising the prophet Mohammed and his pure progeny as an example of the religious tendency at that century. It also attempts to show the pets` tendency to use the clear and non-sophisticated terms because the praised persons were abstained from the worldly life so they did not need such exaggeration.
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