The purpose of Quran stories is the transmission of its messages to people. For this re-ason, the interlocutors of the stories is not left alone with the event narrated, rather, the advi-ces pointing to the message are interspersed in the story. Thus, the reader draws a lesson from the event as if he himself experienced it. Therefore, the stories also include features worthy of research in terms of the expression style as well as the events that they tell it. The interlocutors of the revelation, especially the prophet, were included in the story by the Quran for suppor-ting the prophet and attracting people's attention and ensuring listening to the revelation and giving moral support to the believers. By this means, anyone listening/reading the story easily realizes that the stories are not only described as a historical knowledge. Quran has instructed the prophets and the believers to follow the way of the prophets. Hence, There must be a simi-larity between the situations encountered by the prophet and believers in their lives and the situations described in the stories. The Prophet Muhammad was also included in the story to reinforce this similarity. In this research, we will study the methods of including the interlocu-tors in the story, and the benefits that will be obtained in this way.
Interpretation, Qurânic Sciences, Story, Prophets, Story Telling
|Yazar:||İbrahim YILDIZ -|