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The Nature and Function of Poetry

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پاييز و زمستان 1383 - شماره 43 و 44 علمی-پژوهشی (10 صفحه - از 1 تا 10)

کلیدواژه ها : Poetry ،rhythmic discourse ،metaphor ،moral function ،expressive function ،nonrepresentational function

کلید واژه های ماشینی : Poetry ،As ،Therefore ،Nature ،These ،Metaphor ،Literature ،This ،Like ،Aristotle ،Her ،On ،And ،English Literature ،Renaissance ،English ،We ،Furthermore ،Such ،Plato ،Atkin ،It ،Daiches ،Eliot ،Abrams ،When ،To ،Sidney ،Of ،Modern

Poetry speaks to us with a specific language the immediate object of which is neither narration nor performance; it is a different language made to express our thoughts and emotions as the word ''''poetry'''' itself implies creating insight. Poetry is equipped with vehicles that disrupt our familiarized perception of reality in order to visualize the most nontransferable emotions. The object of this paper is to uncover these elemental aspects of poetry and later discuss three different functions/voices observable in its history: moral/social, expressive and nonrepresentational. These three phases of poetry mark the challenging nature of poetry as received both by writers and readers.

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