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Razizadeh A, Abbasi A, Hosseini Zharfa S A G. The Process of Creating Signification in Jami's Salaman and Absal Based on Semiotics Models. LRR 2016; 6 (7) :143-163
URL: http://lrr.modares.ac.ir/article-14-1797-en.html
1- Ph.D. Student of the Wisdom of Religious Arts, University of Religions and Denominations, Qom, Iran
2- Associate Professor of French language and literature, martyr Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran
3- Faculty Member, College of Arts and Islamic thought, Qom, Iran
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The semiotics is a new approach in analyzing texts and discourse systems. This approach in literary critics has been resulted in different models to explain the state of function, production and receiving meaning through text. These models which originates from the text itself, attempt to reduce any possibility of plurality in literary works reading as much as possible. Therefore, this study considers Jami's Salaman and Absal as one of the theosophy texts with symbolic exposition and ability of interpretability. In  addition to introduce  the state of semiotic model function to explain poet's benefit reason of every two possible approaches of creating meaning in this text, the process which is manifested in reflexive way is the semiotic square. So, this study presents this hypothesis by utilization of semiotic models in analyzing Jami’s Salaman and Absal. This study shows that Jami's intention in utilizing two creating meaning processes in this text refers to "Return" and he attempts to present this concept by a symbol and symbolic exposition in "Salaman and Absal".
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Published: 2016/01/21

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