عنوان المقالة [Persian]
This article deals with a semantic study of the revolutionary symbols in the poetry of Hoda Al-Saadi. Note that this poet used many symbols and suggestions for her struggle ambitions, summoning the bright past in the presence of the defeated and stifled present, in order to penetrate the current Arab reality, extract it from the swamp of static life, and push it forward, drawing from these symbols. From this standpoint, we can say that these symbols of struggle in Al-Saadi’s poetry are full of suggestive charges included in the essence of the text, and therefore we can present several readings of these symbols and signs. So, if we look closely at her poetic text, we realize an intelligent attempt by the poet to link the Islamic and Arab heritage of her society to the contemporary act of struggle. The research began with an introduction to everything that should be mentioned according to the modern methodology of writing, then it touched on the various symbols of struggle and their artistic semantic loads in Al-Saadi’s resistance poetry, where we divided them into seven main paragraphs, which are: 1. Religious symbols. 2. Historical symbols. 3. Literary symbols 4. Mythological symbols 5. Sufi symbols 6. Natural symbols 7. Color symbols. This article aims to study the semantics of the most important features of the symbolic elements of Hoda Al-Saadi and the direction these symbols go when they are used. There are data worth paying attention to, including that Al-Saadi’s poetry of struggle, in his pioneering role, included the entire Arab Islamic nation; In her resistance poetry, the poet invoked features of various religious and historical symbols to express her militant and revolutionary ideas. So that it played a decisive role in arousing the spirit of revenge and fanning the flames of revolution and rejection in the feelings of the masses of people.
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