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Abstract


THE TRANSITION PROCESS FROM POETRY TO PROSE IN ARABIC LITERATURE

Even though Arabic literature is mentioned with poetry in its first period, this does not mean that there is no prose. However, while the easy memorization of poetry has carried it to the present day, the case is not the same with prose. The revelation of the Qur'an, which is considered to be the first prose sample in Arabic literature, to Muslims was a turning point. Poets and scribes quoted from the Qur'an by taking advantage of its literary style. With the development of writing and writing materials, The prose of Arabic literature has begun to make its presence felt, and literary prose examples have found the opportunity to reach today. Encountering with other nations and cultures along with the conquests improved prose as well. Finally, the prose of Arabic literature took its current form with the influence of the works translated by Ibnu'l-Mukaffa, especially from Persian culture.



Keywords
Ibnu'l-Mukaffa', Prose, Arabic Literature, Qur'an, Culture



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