Text Linguistics of Qur'anic Discourse is an in-depth investigation of the fabric of Qur'anic Discourse. It unravels the texture of the macro Qur'anic text; its cohesion and coherence systems; the notions of intertextuality, semantic relatedness, and thematic sequentiality; the macro textual features of ellipsis, repetition, and argumentation structure; and the contextual, co-textual, grammatical, and semantic factors involved in the macro Qur'anic text. This book is a valuable and methodologically consistent learning and teaching academic resource for universities worldwide in this intriguing new discipline. Through its methodologically coherent discussion and in-depth analysis that is hinged upon modern European text linguistics, Text Linguistics of Qur'anic Discourse provides an insight into the newly established discipline of text linguistics, and explores the different layers of the macro Qur'anic text as an academic requirement.
Table of Contents
Introduction, Chapter One: Text Linguistics, Chapter Two: Qur'anic Macro Text, Chapter Three: Argumentation Structure in Qur'anic Discourse, Chapter Four: Ellipsis in Qur'anic Discourse, Chapter Five: Coherence in Qur'anic Discourse, Chapter Six: Cohesion in Qur'anic Discourse, Chapter Seven: The Notion of Linguistic Inimitability of Qur'anic Discourse, Chapter Eight: General Observations on Qur'anic Text Linguistics
Hussein Abdul-Raof (formerly Leeds University) is a Professor of Linguistics and Translation Studies, Department of Languages and Translation, Taibah University, Saudi Arabia.