This is free translation with references of the famous Article “Arabic Literature between its Past and Future,” which published in October 1945 the first issue of journal “Al-Katib Al-Misri” written by renowned Arabic writer Porf. Dr. Taha Hussain, who was the prominent Egyptian Philosopher, Novelist, and the founder of the modernist movement in Arabic literature of 20th century, this Article asserts the continuity of Arabic literature.Unlike Greek and Latin literature, which have no direct contemporary extension, according to the Taha Hussain, modern Arabic literature is a direct linear extension of classical literature.
This present comparative study has been taken up keeping in view the aesthetics of Arabic Intertextuality in the GubarKhatir and Aljaddiah Letters. Molana Azad and IbnZaydon played a vital role in promoting Arabic literature in all over the Word.These letters has been shown significant impact on the Urdu and Arabic literature.This study is centered on Arabic Intertextuality in booths' letters it is also shows influence on the text in form and content. Moreover, it has been shown that the Molana Azad and IbnZaydon has intensively articulated on intertextuality in structuring theirs Letters as they quoted a lot of literal and demonstrative Quranic quotes which embodied events, stances, and stories derived from the Holy Quran and the Prophet Bibliography along with Islamic History. Additionally, they embodied famous poetry of great poets, and current Arabic proverbs in order to cast Aesthetics of frame and provides it with imaginative potentials. Thus, it’s became a mosaic of religious traditions, literal and historical texts that infiltrated into its structure and text. And reader feels continuity while reading the one of them.