عنوان مقاله [English]
The analysis of phonetic meanings is one of the levels of stylistic knowledge that is called the phonetic level, and is taken as the first level of study of any language. This aspect of stylistics determines the value of thought and expressive feelings of the work, and by continuing this work, the style of the narrator can be achieved.
The present study intends to analyze the thematic and verbal verses of heaven and hell in terms of the phonetic meanings and to deal with the issue of what functions the different letters have in the distances of the verses of heaven and hell and to what extent do their phonetic meanings fit into the concepts of heaven and hell.
This descriptive-analytical study examines the distances ending in the letters Nun, Meem, Alef Madi, Ra, Dal and Ha in the verses of heaven and hell. The phonetic implications of the letters mentioned in verses Paradise are on the clarity, intimacy, the greatness of God's mercy, gentleness, and establishment of blessings and ambiguity in the nature of heaven respectively and in the verses of Hell, it is dedicated to anxiety, the sum of severe punishments, trembling, repetition of flares of fire, the severity of torments, and the ambiguity in the nature of Hell.