The Quran is an inimitable book?
The Quran itself claims to be absolutely inimitable (and unsurpassable) in arabic language.
muslim shcolars have listed all things which make Quran inimitalbe by any human:
*the inimitable beauty of its verses (with rhymes, rythmes) which charm the ear of the listeners.
*Powerfull emotionnal effects some arab even wondered if
the Quranic verses were 'magic'.
* perfect choice of word according to the context, in a superhuman manner.
* remarkable eloquence
Concerning these points, it's not a subjective sensation to arab, because throughout history, arabic-speaking people felt that.
Even arabs at the time of the prophet Muhammad.
History reports many attempts by arabic poets to imitate the Quran, which they failed; until now.
Does this rationally prove that the Quran is surely supernatural in origin?
If this not, so are (or were) there authors in the worlds who also wrote books that nobody manages to imitate until now?