عنوان المقالة [English]
This study attempts to emphasize the need for a new reading of the classical poetry, which is characterized by the multitude of interpretations and interpretations-- a new reading which presents the text as a linguistic system open to different levels of analysis and re-synthesis. Having a structural inclination toward poetic images and meanings, this study relies on numerous forms both visible and invisible within the body of the poetic text, that are infered from the differences between the form and the content, a fact which grants the text a controversial nature. In addition, this study sheds light on the cultural milieu of the pagan poet, al-Muthaqqab al-Abdi, as expressed in the deep recesses of his poems and underlies his whole work. This research aims at studying the forms of the existential conflicts in the poetry of al-Muthaqqab al-Abdi in the light of a textual study that depends basically on the visible and invisible forms that reflects the poet's existential internal conflicts. Following a scrutiny of some selected poems, this study reveals that researchers of traditional poetry cannot investigate any of its numerous artistic aspects unless they refer to the forms dealing with existence or non-existence.
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