The aesthetics of Nature in (the Mosuli poetry in the Twelfth century A. H.)
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2013, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 137-172
AbstractNature possesses a descriptive and aesthetic value in the Mosuli poetry in the Twelfth century A. H., as one of the universe aspects and rich source that enriches the poetic experience from the objective and formational point of view as well as an important component of the human life. Portraying nature poetically relies on harmony and sensual interaction which involve value and an idea because the attitude towards nature is tightly connected with life in a sensational way.
Accordingly the relationship between the Mosuli poet and nature depends on similarity, intimacy, ideas repetition, and interaction It reflects a flow of feelings notions and contemplation; because nature in the real and poetic aspects is the spring of universal beauty. As all the surroundings of the poet are considered vital part of nature which change from abstraction into vivid and conscious world, they which are characterized and driven with consciousness, language and images with metaphoric frames that have objective and artistic dimensions.
Nature in the Mosuli Poetry is characterized by independent poets and sonatas It is interrelated with other topics which gives the reader the impression that he is looking at a painting in which images are successive and meanings are changing with the change of the context and vision. Aesthertics of nature can be put under the heading of the relative structure of beauty. Each poetic text contains artistic values that holds aesthetic frameworks.
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