Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

The Throb of the Poetic Text from the Formation of the Signifier to the Inclination of the Signified in Lamentation of Abu Al-Fadhil Al-Abbas (peace be upon him)


Hanaa Idan Mahdi Al-Juaifari

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I1.221113

Keywords: Poetic Text, Signifier, Signified


Abstract

The poem of lamentation was dominated by the character of consolation, patience, and belief in fate and destiny. The poetry of lamentation is one of the purposes through which the poet expresses his grief for those who lost his family and others, which is the terminology of the people of language and literature, the crying of the dead and the enumeration of his good deeds in poetry and prose. Hence, the research focused on mourning and consoling (Qamar Bani Hashim) Al-Abbas Bin Ali Bin Abi Talib (peace be upon them). This absent present personality and this intangible connection to him because he has unique lofty values that he reinforced with his pure blood to light the way for the living... and this we sensed in the poems of lamentation by the poets of generosity who cried with their wonderful and abundant poems. So I took random samples from poems and elegies of the poets of Al-Joud, and studied the functions of each sample and their implications across different places. Especially in the interrogative functions and their implications, and the functions of the appeal, and its implications, and the functions of introduction and delay and its various implications. The signifier was identified in it, its real meaning, the signified, and its various figurative meanings.

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