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Journal:   ARABIC LITERATURE (FACULTY OF LETTERS AND HUMANITIES)   WINTER 2012 , Volume 3 , Number 3; Page(s) 157 To 180.
 
Paper: 

"SEMIOTICS IN ODE "JOB'S BOOK" BY BADR SHAKIR AL-SIAB"

 
 
Author(s):  ANARI BOZCHELOOEI EBRAHIM, FARAHANI SAMIRA
 
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Abstract: 

Viability of verse is interrelated to its multiple layer nature and legibility. Being affected by western poetry and criticism in the middle of 20th century, this trend entered Arabic contemporary verse into a new stage and made it as a field for activity of national and international myths. Badr Shakir Al- Siab was one of premier innovative Arabic poets that he has highly benefitted from mystery and myth in his verse. "Job's book" is one of his odes in which the poet purposes his view to the audience by creation of a group of signs from his considered message. The present survey deals with discovery of the existing signs in ode "Job's book" and analysis on them based on comments and viewpoints from Allen Greimas and examines application of each of the obtained signs out of narrative texture of poem from the view of semantic principles of Paradigm- Phobia, accordingly, the existing signs in this ode within second semantic layer and also due to employing mystery and myth by the poet, it is placed at the deepest level i.e. semantic third layer.

 
Keyword(s): SEMIOTICS, (ALLEN) GREIMAS, SEMANTIC LAYERS, BADR SHAKIR AL-SIAB
 
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