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Sayyedan E. A Study in role of discourse separation and connection in Hafez Narrative lyrics (Semiotic-Semantic Approach). LRR. 2016; 7 (4) :195-216
URL: http://lrr.modares.ac.ir/article-14-1272-en.html
Assistant Professor of Persian language and literature, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran
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Hafez poems have complex and depth aspects. According to this feature everyone analysis the semantic structure of his poems differently. Structural study of Hafez narrative lyrics shows that not only different verses of lyric are not separate and disconnected but appear in a continuous and dynamic chain. Semantic integration of these lyrics and narrative structure of it provide the strong basis for semiotic study. For a better understanding of internal relations of narrative lyrics and its continuity and discontinuity, it is necessary to pay attention to the structure of narrative. The most widely used type of discourse in these poems is cognitive discourse, however sometimes the interaction between cognitive and emotional discourse is established in lyrics. In this way, Hafez destroys the common cognitions and suggest new and uncommon cognitions that are apparently against Islamic law and thereby criticizes the hypocrites of time and invites them to passion and drunkenness. In narrative lyrics, Cognition is associated with discourse discontinuity. The discourse of these lyric supports the integration of verses is established until the end of poem. So in this article we will survey the structure of Hafez Narrative lyrics and discourse discontinuity and continuity.
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Article Type: Research Paper | Subject: Discourse Analysis
Published: 2016/09/22

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