Rhetorical Similes in Tuhfat Al-Ahwadhi in Explaining Al Tirmidhi by Mohmmad Abdul Rehman Al Mubarakfoury
Rehtorical similes in Thufatul AHWAZI
This article deals with the rhetorical similes in Tuhfat al-Ahwadhi in Explaining
Al-Tirmidhi by Mohmmad Abdul Rehman Al-Mubarakfoury. The metaphor is the broadest of the chapters of the science of statement, and the ancient scholars paid attention to it in their sermons from the time of the pre-Islamic era to the present and the first person to have dealt with the study. The analogy in his complete book is the file and he mentions: The simile came
in many of the words of the Arabs even if someone said it is most of their words, He was not removed, and Qudamah bin Jafar also used similes in his book “Criticism of the Poetry”.
Al-Mubarakfuri referred to the rhetorical similes in “Tuhfat Al-Ahoudi” the hadiths that relate to describing the world and the conditions of the Hereafter. The Prophet may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, relies on the receiving similes that suggest means of clarifying the intended meaning of understanding, such as enhancing the sensory and the moral.