The embodiment of the foundations of symbolism in the poetry collection One Hundred and One Nights in the poems of Sabah Ranjdar

Authors

  • Shrmen Ibrahim Azeez Kurdish language department, college of Education, Salahaddin University-Erbil
  • Muhammed Bakir Muhammed Kurdish language department, college of Education, Salahaddin University-Erbil

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21271/zjhs.26.6.2

Keywords:

Symbolism, mystery, dream and imagination, linguistic complexity, pessimism.

Abstract

The symbolic doctrine was established since the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century on several intellectual and linguistic foundations that differ in terms of concept and symbolic employment from the classical symbolism that is concerned with the external world of man, while the symbolic doctrine emphasizes the depths of the human soul as the focus of any modern project, so we see elements such as (Dream and imagination, pessimism, linguistic complexity, ambiguity and ambiguity, musical language and subjectivity) are embodied significantly in the product of the poets of the doctrine, and we decided to give this aspect our attention in this research entitled (Embodiment of the foundations of symbolism in the poetic group One Thousand and One Nights in the poems of Sabah Ranjdar ) As one of the modernist poets in the current stage of Kurdish poetry, where the poet was interested in this diwan with the symbol and expanded a lot in employing the most important foundations of symbolism in his poems.

Published

2022-12-25

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