عنوان المقالة [English]
Reading a poetic text does not mean relying on apparent and superficial connotations, but rather on the semantics connotations or text infrastructure, which require interaction with the text and its structure. The resistant poetic text has positive and moral connotations that bring life among people and nations. The Semiotic approach to the resistance poetry seeks to reveal hidden features in the depths of the text, which appear only after decoding symbols and helps to understand the treasures of the text in it. The poet Abdelaziz Al-Maqaleh is one of the icons of modern Yemeni poetry and has a deep root in the Arab poetry movement, which has contributed to the resistance movement and the struggle against aggression and occupation. The ode ‘From the Days of Saif bin Ziyazen in Persia’ is an evidence that he is the poet in Arab resistance. This article is a semiotic reading of this work and aims at deciphering and analyzing it based on the semiotics approach. It also addresses the semiotics of the title and the implicit significance of this poem according to a descriptive-analytic approach. One of the most prominent conclusions of this article is that the poet used the title as a semiotic key in his poem, as implicit implication for the poet calls for a deep and in-depth reading to help inquire into the depths of the ode. In addition, the symbols and metaphors used in this ode may increase profound connotations that need deciphering to understand them.
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