July 19, 2018
Masoud Dehghan

Masoud Dehghan

Academic rank: Assistant professor
Address: Dept. of English and Linguistics- Faculty of Literature and Foreign Languages- UOK
Education: PhD. in Theoretical Linguistics
Faculty: Faculty of Literature and Foreign Languages


Stylistic and Linguistic Variations in Forough Farokhzad's Poems
Type Article
stylistics, linguistic variation, Farsi verses, individual feelings, Forough Farrokhzad
Researchers ferdos aghagolzade، Masoud Dehghan


Stylistics is one of the most important issues in literary text. Its goal is to decode literary meanings and structural features of literary texts by identifying linguistic patterns and their functions in the texts. The aim of this study is to survey the theory of stylistics and its practical application at Forough Farrokhzad’s poems. The presented study investigates stylistic devices at works which have been published in five volumes, entitled “The Captive” [Asir], “The Wall” [Divar], “Rebellion” [Esian], “Another Birth” [Tavallodi Digar], “Let Us Believe in the Beginning of the Cold Season” [Iman biyavarim be Aghaz-e Fasl-e Sard]. Literary work can evaluate contract stylistics from various dimensions as this paper examines several stylistic devices and linguistic variations such as “rhyme”, “alliteration”, “repetition”, “assonance”, and “onomatopoeia” at Farrokhzad’s poems. Stylistics and linguistic variation at Forough Farrokhzad’s poems are the fundamental issues at this article. These concepts like other feelings and affections of mankind are the main theme sections of the contemporary literature. In the next section, this paper investigates several themes found among Farrokhzad’s poems. In general, the main goal of the article is that the reader by deliberation at poetical samples of Forugh and other lateral discussions – which are presented in various parts of the article- be able to figure out the approach and attention of Forugh on the used concepts in her verses about separation, lack of happiness, sin, disobedience, deliverance of self, etc.