Representations of (textual semiosis) and mechanisms of (objective equalizer) between (phonetic pattern) and (rhythmic significance) semiose (the sea) in the poetry of (Adeeb Kamal El-Din) as an applied model


  • Adel Abdul-Jabbar Zayer University of Kufa- College of Arts
  • eadhra' mahdi husayn aleadhari University of Kufa- College of Arts



النسق الصوتي, ديب كمال, انموذجا, سيموز, البحر


Semiotics looks at the text as a major sign that crystallizes from the meeting and matching of minor signs. These minor signs represent the pulse and vitality of the text when it moves according to a mechanism and according to a process that allows it to be included within diverse, disparate, contradictory, and contradictory contexts, ranges, and formats. They move in the entity of the text and overlap and interrelate in patterns, so that the simose does not represent the sign itself as much as it is the effect produced by this sign in the light of its movement and fluidity within the coordinated and contextual paths, and the simose is that act crystallized as a result of a triangular, circular relationship between the representative signs


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Zayer, Adel, and eadhra aleadhari. “Representations of (textual Semiosis) and Mechanisms of (objective Equalizer) Between (phonetic Pattern) and (rhythmic Significance) Semiose (the Sea) in the Poetry of (Adeeb Kamal El-Din) As an Applied Model”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 42, Oct. 2021, pp. 113-38, doi:10.36317/kaj/2019/v1.i42.1436.

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