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Journal of Arabic Literature (Jali)
ISSN : 27460118     EISSN : 27225585     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.18860/jali.v2i1.10111
Core Subject : Humanities,
Journal of Arabic Literature (Jali) (ISSN Print: 2746-0118 and E-ISSN: 2722-5585) is a journal of Arabic Literature focused on literary studies, such as literary history, literary theories, literary criticism, and others. The article must be written in either Arabic or English. JaLi: Journal of Arabic Literature is published twice a year on June and December by Language and Arabic Literature Programme Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang.
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Tahlīliyah al-Nassiyyah ‘an al-Sabaki al-Nahwiyyi fī Sūrah al-Qasaṣ Qurrota Aulia Zahra
Journal of Arabic Literature (JaLi) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): Journal of Arabic Literature (JaLi)
Publisher : Arabic Language and Letters Department

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jali.v1i2.8447

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The grammatical cohesion is very important in the discourse because it relates to the meaning that will be produced. Therefore, the researcher would like to explore the grammatical cohesion in surat al-Qashash, which becomes an essential element that binds the semantic structure of a discourse. The grammatical cohesion devices can take the forms of intangible reference, substitution, ellipsis and conjunction.The problems investigated in this study include: the types of grammatical cohesion devices and in surah al-Qasas. Second, the types of grammatical devices contained in surah al-Qasas. This research uses descriptive qualitative method with content analysis approach and focuses on the grammatical cohesion devices contained in surah al-Qasas.The study found four types of grammatical cohesion devices namely reference, substitution, ellipsis and conjunction in the form of dhomir, words, phrases or sentences as a reference between two sentences in pairs.
I’jāzu al-Saj’i fī Sūrataī al-Nāzi’āt wa ‘Abasa Faiz Utrujjatun Zahro
Journal of Arabic Literature (JaLi) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): Journal of Arabic Literature (JaLi)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jali.v1i2.9260

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The purpose of this study was to determine the forms and types of poems in the verses of An-Naziat and ‘Abasa Surah in the Qur’an. Both of the Surahs were revealed in Mecca. While the An-Naziat is the 79th Surah and consists of 46 verses, the ‘Abasa is the 80th Surah and consists of 42 verses. This qualitative descriptive study used words or sentences containing poetic forms and types in An-Naziat and ‘Abasa Surah as the data. The results of the study showed that there were 30 data in the form of poetry; 12 of them were saja’ mutawazi, 17 of them were saja’ mutharaf, and one of them were saja’ muroso. Then, it could be concluded that there was a form of similarity in the end of the word or sentence (rhyme) and the division of poetry types in An-Naziat and Abasa. Finally, this study suggests that the next studies should analyze the beauty of the language in the Qur'an more specific.
Ḍilā’ al-Kharāfati ‘alā al-Tarbiyyati fī al-‘Asr al-‘Abbasī Hasan Basri
Journal of Arabic Literature (JaLi) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): Journal of Arabic Literature (JaLi)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jali.v1i2.9692

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Although the establishment of Abbasid Dynasty was based on bloodshed, the dynasty had experienced golden periods, and one of them was education. That phenomenon was marked by the rise of Baitul Hikmah library which was the meeting point of sciences either from the west (Greece) or the east (India, Persia, and China). Then, Muslim experts developed them into various sciences, such as mathematics, philosophy, astronomy, medicine, physics, metaphysics, and literature. This article aimed to describe forms of fable in Abbasid dynasty, and the impact of fable in education during Abbasid dynasty. This study employed descriptive qualitative method by literature review approach based on post-positivism philosophy. In collecting the data, the study uses various techniques, such as reading and writing. To test the validity of the data, the author applied triangulation method. The data were analyzed through data reduction, data display, and conclusion. The results of this research showed that the fable forms in Abbasid dynasty are fable translation, while the impact of fable to education in Abbasid dynasty is moral learning effort of Abbasid dynasty’s society. 
Al-Mar’ah fī Syi’ri al-Hubbi bila Hudūdi (al-Ẓawāhir al-Hirmulūjiyyati) Khafid Roziki
Journal of Arabic Literature (JaLi) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): Journal of Arabic Literature (JaLi)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jali.v1i2.9754

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This study aims to determine the meaning of the concept in the poem Al-Hubb Bilậ Hudậd by Nizar Qabbani. This study uses Paul Ricoeur's hermeneutic analysis in interpreting symbols and meanings that are still veiled in the Al-Hubb Bilậ Hudṻd poem which consists of deciphering the hidden meaning behind the visible meaning, and at the level of meaning implicit in the literary meaning. Data analysis was carried out using various data collection techniques (triangulation), and carried out continuously. The analysis technique used in this research is to understand the meaning of poetry, identify the semantic meaning, describe the existential/ontological meaning, by decontructuring and reconstructing the text. The results of this study using Paul Ricoeur hermeneutics analysis there are two concepts, namely structural and phenomenal interpretation. In structural interpretation, women are metaphors of natural beauty metaphors, and men are loyal lovers. And in a phenomenal interpretation, a woman is a woman who has a smooth, gentle character, full of coolness and sincere affection of all time, so that she can grow a good generation. A man's love for women should never be interrupted and in fact must always give more to all roles and struggles of women in a family.
Al-Uslūb al-Taqābulī fī Sūrah al-Baqarah wa Dilālatuhu Anisa Rosi Oktaviana
Journal of Arabic Literature (JaLi) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): Journal of Arabic Literature (JaLi)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18860/jali.v1i2.8445

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The purpose of this study is to explain and identify the conflicting meanings in Arabic. It refers to the Muqabalah Theory in Balaghah, and At-Tadzat in Semantics using Ali Al-Khouli’s opinion, there are also different patterns of sentence contradiction, which justifies the importance of this study. The data were obtained from AL-Qur'an Surah Al-Baqarah. This research employs a descriptive qualitative method. In Balaghah At-Taqabuly or Al-Muqabalah is a sequence of contradictory meanings; while in the Semantics, it is called At-Tadzat which literally means Antonym. In line with the At-Taqabuly or Al-Muqabalah, it has no special division. But in semantics, there is a difference between the old meaning and the new meaning. In the old meaning, At-Tadzat is interpreted as a different word but has the same meaning, and conversely Ali Al-Khouli interpreted At-Tadzat as 2 opposing words which are the understanding of At-Tadzat in a new meaning. At -Tadzat is divided into 9 parts: 1) Al-Had, 2) Al-'Aks, 3) Al-Mutadarrij, 4) Al-Imtidadi, 5) Al-'Amudy, 6) Al-Juz'i, 7) Al -Dairi, 8) Al-Rutbi, 9) Al-Intisab. In this study only found 5 types of At-Tadzat namely Al-Had, 2) Al-'Aks, 3) Al-Mutadarrij, 4) Al-Imtidadi, 5) Al-'Amudy. The study found 10 syntactic patterns of meaning opposition of the Surah of Al-Baqarah, Ism Maushul, Idhofah, Jar Majrur, Anwa 'Al -otal, Maf'ul bih, Ism Inna, Na't wa Man'ut, At-Tamyiiz, Al-Hal, and Muabtada wa Khabar

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