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Kamaljoo M, Faghih Abdollahi H, Yazdanpanah M. Review of the Concept of Time in the Poems of Mahmoud Darwish and GheisarAminpour. CLRJ 2017; 4 (2) :109-132
URL: http://clrj.modares.ac.ir/article-12-3775-en.html
1- Assistant Professor of Arabic Language and Literature, Mazandaran University, Mazandaran, Iran
2- M.A. Student in Arabic Language and Literature, Mazandaran University, Mazandaran, Iran
3- Assistant Professor of Azad Islamic University, Department Of persian Language and Literature , Qaemshahr, Iran
Abstract:   (7887 Views)
Time is an abstract concept standing beside others such as the location and human. Time, in human experience, has two aspects of outer time and inner time. The outer time is indeed that real time which the human being is unable to change its circumstances, while the inner time is the creation of the man’s mind. The present research deals with the examination of the concept of time in the poems of Mahmoud  Darwish and Gheisar Aminpour so as to specify the utilization of the time element by these two poets. This article, at first, has set to define the time lexically and the main opinions stated about time .Then, presenting a definition of outer time and inner time, it studies the thoughts of these two poets on the element of time. This research shows that Mahmoud Darwish and Gheisar Aminpour, for achieving eternity and escape from death, have had recourse to modes like return to past, myth and love, indicating the common view of these two poets on the element of time.    
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Received: 2015/07/29 | Accepted: 2016/02/14 | Published: 2016/07/22

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