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Kanaani E. the Analysis of Light Language –Tension Function and Its Semantic Aspects in Statement System of Sepehri’s the “East of Grief” and the “Green Dimension”. LRR. 2017; 8 (2) :25-52
URL: http://lrr.modares.ac.ir/article-14-5682-en.html
Ph.D. in Persian Language and Literature, University of kowsar
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In this research, the language –tension function of light has been studied and analyzed in Sohrab Sepehri’s poem statement system. This research’s main goal includes studying and specifying the tension system function, the tension layer and the light semiotic aspect in Sepehri’s poem language by emphasizing on the East of Grief and the Green Volume poems collection. Our main question is how language-tension system of light leads to generation of aesthetic process and how this system can perform a role in semiotic process. In fact, the goal of present research is to represent how language-tension system of light creates a permutation situation for statements and how this process can lead to light notability. The research’s theoretical framework is tension pattern based on the post Greimassian semiotic systems. In tension system, the intensive and extensive layers play the roles together in interaction. Our hypothesis is that the light statement system of Sepehri’s poem subordinates to ascendant tension structure and the descending tension structure is in the service of ascendant structure. The language-tension system of light plays the key roles both with permutation and notability function and ultimately the process of aesthetic statement comes off with light notability.
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Article Type: Research Paper | Subject: Sémiotique
Published: 2017/05/22

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