عنوان المقالة [English]
. The most important of these modern trends that shed light on the text and Quranic text to see the language is astylistic or stylistics which purpose is to identify how to use the language in the text. Stylistics has different methods including statistical stylistics that by using statistics in the service of language leads to precise stylistic results in every kinds of texts. One of these statistical stylistics approach is Johnsonʼs theory of lexical diversity which is individually based on lexical statistics in each text to identify it’s lexical wealth. this article campares Mecca and Medina suras and these statistical stylistic studies according to Johnsonʼs theory firstly to explain the efficiency of this stylistic method in Quranic studies with a descriptive - analytic approach and secondly to show the potential diversity in lexical wealth of Mecca and Medina suras. So this study discusses the stylistic features of the two suras Mecca and Medina in the first step of a broader search and analyzes the verbal wealth by measuring vocabulary and then compares the semantic field of these suras based on lexical diversity results. Including results that there is no significant difference in lexical wealth of Mecca and Medina suras despite of these substantive differences.Medina suras semantic field concerns about community and sentences and semantic field in Mecca suras is about beleifs that can be proved with the help of lexical diversity statistics.
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