Dağ, Mehmet
January 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2008, Vol. 12 Issue 34, p121
Academic Journal
In this study, it has been aimed displaying forms of vocative phenomenon. indispensable style in Arabic literature, and its Rhetoric tact in the Quran. So, it has been studied firstly grammatical structure of vocative and eloquence features. Then the vocative phenomenon in the Quran has been dealt with in respect of technique and practical. It has been researched technically vocative particles used in the Quran, vocative and eliding of vocative particles and vocative. On the other hand, categorical differentiation of vocative forms and their adding semantic tact have been appeared practically.


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