قراءة في رموز قصيدتين لزهير بن أبي سلمى pdf
This paper studies the symbols of the pre-Islamic Poetry represented by two samples, namely two poems of the great poet “zuhair Bin Abi Sulma”: his famous long poem and his great poem rhyming with the sound “ك ” (k). The researcher studies the way the poet expresses his ideas by the use of symbols realized by words, Visions, stories, flirtation, praise, proverbs, names, animals, etc. to praise the two generous men who ended the famous war of Dahis wal Gharbra “between his tribe” Bani Thubian” and their enemies” Bani Abs” and how people enjoyed peace after war. In the poem rhyming with the sound “ك ” (k), symbols are also used represented by names, words, visions, flirtation, the camels, the horse, the story of a howk with a kata when it escape while the howk is waiting and other symbols to deliver Zuhair’s threat to his enemy if the latter did not return the slaves and camels he has stolen.
باسم إدريس قاسم
مجلة اداب الرافدين - جامعة الموصل
المجلد ، العدد 43
المجلات الاكاديمية العلمية العراقية
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