Volume 9, Issue 2, Spring 2009, Page 1-359

The Stylistic strictures of metonymy in Al-Bahaa' Zuheir's Poetry

Journal of Al-qadisiya in arts and educational sciense, 2009, Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 59-74

The research tried first to distinguish
between the style of metonymy and the
style of metaphor in the expression.
Tracking the foundation of old Arabs
The research results that metaphor and
the metonymy are contrary antynoms ;
for metaphor stands and depends on similarity , while metonymy stands and
depends on close mental relation
between words and meaning.
The research tried to clarify samples of
Arabic metonymy , the research put an
example from Albahaa' Zuheir's
Poetry for each sample. then the
research referred and notified to some
sample which are not contained in his
Then the research clarified the
integration between metonymy and
symbol in his poetry in some occasions .
But the existing of metonymy according
to statistical methods it comes as
1- Metonymy of adjective: (69%).
2- Metonymy of adjectival: (17%).
3- Metonymy of relativity: (14%).
This emphasizes the poet's use of
adjectives more than adjectivals , which
means that the poet was fond of him self
and thinks that he is more eligible than
the people whom he described in his
We come out with that the poet was
close to (explicit) than metonymy
(implicit) according to the era which he
lived in , so that the style of Charitable
verbal comes more in his poetry , and
his metonymies were very simple and

Analysing Errors Committed by Iraqi Students of English in Recognizing Existential There from the Adverbial There

Journal of Al-qadisiya in arts and educational sciense, 2009, Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 9-14

This paper proves by a test how Iraqi students of English face difficulty in distinguishing between existential there and adverbial there, though both can occur initially in the English sentence. The test is applied on fourth year students / university of Babylon, college of education , dept. of English. The test shows high percentage of errors committed (about 93%) on the recognition level. However, the paper begins with shedding some light on the nature of existential there and how it is different from adverbial there. Then, the paper focuses on the interpretation of students’ errors in this area and arrives at certain conclusions. Finally, a number of recommendations are presented in the light of the arrived results.

Georgian Poetry between Tradition and Innovation

Journal of Al-qadisiya in arts and educational sciense, 2009, Volume 9, Issue 2, Pages 1-8

The present paper investigates one of the prominent traditions of modern English poetry, Georgian poetry which was common at the turn of the twentieth century. It aims to remove the misconceptions about this trend and whether it was really a mere copy of traditional English poetry of nature. This is done by citing a number of representative poets and poems which show the innovative aspects of this poetry.