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The dynamics of the interregional interaction of cortical areas was studied in adult test subjects who accomplished the tasks of listening to and memorizing a poem and of mental arithmetic.
      
Ibn Al-'arabī's "Cinquain" (Tahmīs) on a Poem by Abū Madyan
      
Such an examination of the relationship will certainly enrich the meanings of Gibran's poem, shed a new light on his ideas, and suggest an angle from which his philosophy is best viewed.
      
Most interpretations of the first chapter of Lamentations recognize the existence of two different speakers who alternate speeches throughout the poem.
      
One of the often overlooked elements in this standard reading of Lamentations 1, however, is the fact that, like the personified Jerusalem, the so-called narrator exists within the created world of the poem.
      
In this essay I have chosen not to privilege the narrator's voice, but to read the poem as a polyphonic text composed of two "unmerged ...
      
consciousnesses." The poem is no longer read as a monological description of Jerusalem's many egregious sins and the justification of her cruel punishment, in which Jerusalem's voice ultimately retreats into insignificance.
      
AFM on PVDF-g-POEM revealed a microphase-separated morphology characteristic of graft copolymers.
      
The paper uses speech act theory as a general framework for the ritual of gift exchange, which consists of giving (the poem as a gift), receiving (the poem by the patron), and repaying (the poet).
      
In this article I discuss the structural and thematic unity in Ibn Zaydūn's Nūniyya, perhaps the most famous poem from the period of Arab civilization in al-Andalus.
      
Section C constitutes the heart of the poem, a paean to Wallāda's beauty and royal stature.
      
B1 and A1 correspond thematically to sections B and A, yet the tone becomes increasingly personal at the end of the poem, consonant with private subject matter and an appeal for a reply.
      
AL-SHANFARā AND "THE MOUNTAIN POEM" OF IBN KHAFāJA: SOME OBSERVATIONS ON PATTERNS OF INTERTEXTUALITY
      
This article carries the association even further, arguing that much of the lexical and thematic stock of the Bā'iyya ("The Mountain Poem") of Ibn Khafāja is directly transplanted from the Lāmiyya of al-Shanfarā.
      
On the basis of this analysis, It is concluded that the poem employs irony to condemn the anti-Berber prejudice prevalent among native Andalusīs in Almoravid-ruled twelfth-century al-Andalus.
      
It is also pointed out that the poem shares a number of key features with the maqāma genre, and may, in fact, be viewed as a maqāma in verse.
      
In this poem, we find Abū Tammām using the nasīb to express sorrow for the loss of the patron and to offer an indirect apology, then describing through the rahīl the privation he endured as an exile.
      
The praise poem could well be put to uses besides celebration.
      
An Analytical Division of the Old Arabic Poem: A Suggestion for a New Method of Dividing and Analyzing the Old Arabic Poem with
      
In this article, a new method of dividing the old (pre- and early Islamic) Arabic poem is suggested.
      
 

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