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Aghababaei S. Investigating the stylistic features of Axavan Sales in the "End of Shahnameh" based on Jacobsen's theory of metaphoric and metonymic poles. LIRE 2021; 18 (73) :9-30
URL: http://lire.modares.ac.ir/article-41-59539-en.html
, aghababaei.somaye@atu.ac.ir
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following the study of this article, in the aesthetic analysis of literary texts, attention is paid to the stylistic features of texts. What is examined in this article is the method of selection and combination on the "paradigmatic  axis " and "syntagmatic axis " in the poetry of the contemporary Persian poet "Axavan Sales" rather than from a linguistic point of view, a method of aesthetic creation. This poet should be reviewed and compared. In line with this goal, he has explained the study of literature from a linguistic point of view and the book "The End of Shahnameh" has been studied from the poetry of Axavan Sales. The results indicate that in the poems of Axavan Sales, the audience is often confronted with the poet's compositions on the  syntagmatic axis. This tendency to combine in the text is characterized by the use of detailed similes, semantic relation, referential applications, and high-frequency balances. Finally, the tendency of Axavan Sales towards the process of combination has led to the explanation of the verses, the closeness of the meaning and the example, and finally the easy understanding of the verses.
 
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Article Type: مقالات علمی پژوهشی | Subject: Modern Poetry
Received: 2021/02/3 | Accepted: 2021/06/15 | Published: 2021/10/22

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