This book deals with the topic of majāz (allegory) in the Qurʾān. It was authored by Sulṭān al-ʿUlamāʾ al-ʿIz bin ʿAbd al-Salām. He looks at the two competing stances on the subject, one accepting its existence and the other not. The author examines the subject at great length and supports the view that accepts the existence of allegorical use in the Qurʾān, a position he then defends with vigor. He describes in the work the issue of omission in the Qurʾān and tajawwuz (linguistic ties outside of the immediate context) with letters and words in 48 sections.