Carefully Looking at reading poetic text Textual Stylistic Readings
The subject of this study is (carefully looking at reading poetic text: stylistic textual readings). It comes in two sections, with an introduction and a conclusion. The first section is devoted to the study of the poetic vision in Al-Sayab's poem titled "A Song in the Month of August" in which I simplify its style, formats and intellectual content, as I mentioned that this poem is the first Al- Siyab's July poems in its content, form and symbols, and in the way of legendary inclusion. It includes a set of interactive overlapping symbols, in which the poet wanted to depict the insignificance of life at the houses of the bourgeois, in comparison with the sufferings, exhaustion, deprivation and arbitrariness of the servants of these houses. As well as he intended to provide a critique of the void of modern social life that was based on oppression, repression and exploitation. The second section is devoted to the study of the poetic vision in the poem titled (my nation) of "Omar Abu Risha". I have studied it stylistically and artistically; where I have stood on the masterpieces of its marvelous visions and the implications of expressive and artistic aesthetics, and this is demonstrated by the poet reviewing the state of this nation, and what he set up in the poem of comparisons and paradoxes between the glory of the yesterday, and weakness the today, and between the glories of the past, and the stampede of the present calamities.
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