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        1 - Symbolism in poems of Frough Farrokhzad
        zeynab rahmanian leila Adleparvar
        This research investigates the function of symbolism in Farrokhzad poetry and her approach to the symbol. Symbol is one of the methods of deviation and de-familiarization in poetry. In this way, the poet alienates the meaning that is repeated to the reader. Thus it caus Full Text
        This research investigates the function of symbolism in Farrokhzad poetry and her approach to the symbol. Symbol is one of the methods of deviation and de-familiarization in poetry. In this way, the poet alienates the meaning that is repeated to the reader. Thus it causes extending the meaning of the text and its explicability. The complexity and lack of clarity in expressing the symbol has made it one of the most artistic imagery. Poets and writers have used this feature of the symbol to express their social and political ideas. Frough Farrokhzad is a contemporary poet who has used symbols and symbolic myths to express her ideas. The present research, which has been conducted through an analytical-descriptive method, suggests that she has employed symbols in the creation of her poems for deepening, ambiguity and semanticization of her poetry. Her symbols include social themes and sociological criticisms Manuscript Document
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        2 - Side music in Sheikh Baha'i quatrains
        Leila adlparvar zeynab rahmanian
        Music is one of the most important pillars of poetry that makes it enjoyable. Music in poetry has different aspects such as inner music, exterior, and side. One of the aesthetic elements of the poem, especially the classical formats, is the use of side-by-side music tha Full Text
        Music is one of the most important pillars of poetry that makes it enjoyable. Music in poetry has different aspects such as inner music, exterior, and side. One of the aesthetic elements of the poem, especially the classical formats, is the use of side-by-side music that results from the repetition of poetic vocabulary at the end of each beat, especially rhyme and row. The poets try to come closer to their goal of expressing the poetic meanings, with respect to the connection between the music of the poem and other elements. In this descriptive and analytical study, the side music in Sheikh Baha'i poetry is examined. The results indicate that in the quatrains of Sheikh Baha'i there are pronouns of the nominal rhyme, the present verb which has a higher frequency of nominal rhyme than the other types of rhyme, and in the other quatrains the present tense has a higher frequency. Most rows are simple and one-part, and two-part and three-part rows are rarely used. Manuscript Document