What is TGM?

The aim of TGM is to analyze the literary artistry of the Qur’an.

My goal is to raise awareness about the rhetorical features of the Qur’an by compiling relevant research and providing a supportive platform for future research.

Some approaches to the Qur’an focus on its role as a source of spiritual inspiration, while others focus only on its status as a literary classic. I envision TGM as a bridge between these two approaches.

For an introduction to my work at TGM, please check out the following articles in the order listed:
  1. Symmetry in Sura al-Baqara
  2. Symmetry in 2:21-24
  3. Symmetry in Sura al-Mu'minoon
  4. Symmetry in Sura al-Burooj 
  5. Symmetry in Sura al-Yusuf
  6. Symmetry in Sura al-Faatir 
  7. Symmetry in Sura al-Zukhruf 
  8. Symmetry in Sura al-Muzammil
  9. Symmetry in Sura al-Yasin
  10. Symmetries in the extremities of Sura al-Yasin 
  11. Symmetry in Sura al-Qalam 
  12. Symmetry in Ayat al-Kursi


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