Semiotics Sustainability in the Poems of Samih al-Qasim and Pablo Neruda Relying on the Form method (meaning) and the Concept of Roland Barth

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Semiotics is one of the sciences that emerged from semantic science. The main purpose of this science is to study the mysterious concepts of literary works. Barthes is among those who have been active in this field by presenting a complete definition of signs in the context of today's mythology. With this approach, it is possible to explain this kind of attitude of the signs position and their mythic states in resistance poetry and this can also be institutionalized in the form of "Form and Concept" Barthes theory. It seems that Samih al-Qasim and Neruda have tried to give some kind of sustainable themes in their poems with a variety of signs and leave a lasting form. The main purpose of presenting Barth's theory is that we can use this method and the comparative result to find a comparison of these concepts and the depth of their content in their poetic themes and it is necessary to analyze the signs and myths used in the poetry of the poets in the form of the linguistic form and concept of Barth to achieve remarkable results.

Journal of Comparative Research of Nations Language and Literature, Volume:3 Issue: 8, 2017
57 to 78  
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