Employing symbols in modern Arabic poetry:The collection “My Heart Is Passing Here” by the poet Yara Abu Fakhr as an example (an applied analytical study) Preparation

Authors

  • Dr. Sanaa Soliman Saeed Mostafa

Keywords:

employment - symbol - religious - literary - historical - heritage - Yara Abu Fakhr - the collection of my heart, which is passing here

Abstract

The research deals with a thorny and exciting topic entitled the employment of symbols in modern Arabic poetry. Especially the poetry collection My Heart Is Passing Here by the poet Yara Abu Fakhr, an applied and analytical study, and these applications were strongly presented on the literary scene. In this study, I used the analytical method that follows the literary text with criticism and analysis, in order to highlight the most important issues included in the collection. The research focuses on the concept of the symbol in literature, linguistically and idiomatically, as stated in the intermediate dictionary, it is the gesture, the sign, and the sign. The symbol in the science of rhetoric is the hidden metaphor, and its plural is symbols. Symbol in literature, technically: It is an artistic method used by the writer, according to his emotional experience or artistic outlook, and it contributes to forming the meaning that he wants to convey. The symbol is a word, phrase, character, or the name of a place, and it includes two meanings, one direct and apparent, and the other hidden, linked to the meaning that is intended to be conveyed. Such as the use of the dove as a symbol of peace, blood as a symbol of war and murder, rain as a symbol of goodness, and the scales as a symbol of justice. Symbolism in English (SYMBOLISM) is considered a critical literary issue expressing many important issues included in the folds of various literary texts, whether prose or poetry

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Published

2023-12-04

How to Cite

Dr. Sanaa Soliman Saeed Mostafa. (2023). Employing symbols in modern Arabic poetry:The collection “My Heart Is Passing Here” by the poet Yara Abu Fakhr as an example (an applied analytical study) Preparation. Yantu Gongcheng Xuebao/Chinese Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, 45(12), 22–27. Retrieved from http://ytgcxb.periodicales.com/index.php/CJGE/article/view/342

Issue

Vol. 45 No. 12 (2023)

Section

Articles