Personal Symbols and Veils in Badr Shaker al-Sayyab poems

These symbols the poet perpetuates in his poem through his innovative power or such symbols include his primary desire i.e. extracted from language, literature and history and give special meaning and soul to them. Al-Sayyab is among contemporary poets who for the sake of bring the poetic structure out of fogeyish bond, uses personal symbolisms in his poems.Of course, in the past Arabic literature, symbolisms like moon, sword – arc – cross were employed. But al-Sayyab with due attention to his poetic needs in the contemporary setup created personal symbolisms like death and resurrection, Jeikur, Boawib and Wafighe.The veil is yet another technique of symbolism that in fact has taken out from an idiom from theater and exhibition. In the poems of al-Sayyab four principle veils are: Ayyoob, Tammuz, Christ and Sisyphus.
Iranian Association of Arabic Language and Literature, Volume:6 Issue: 2, 2010
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