Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose شماره 89

volume Number : 16
number In Volume : 7
issue Number : 89

Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
volume Number 16، number In Volume 7، ، issue Number 89

Interrogative rhetoric and indirect meanings of interrogative sentences in illustrations by Khosrow and Shirin of Nizami

Shirin Faramarzpour , Pooran Yousefipour Kermani (Author in Charge), Hamid Tabasi

Abstract
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The figurative function of sentences and their secondary meanings is one of the topics discussed in the science of semantics, which is expressed in the form of a question, and considering the fact that interrogative sentences are considered essay sentences, the purpose of interrogatives is to obtain information and news. is. In most rhetorical books, thirty-two cases are considered as secondary objects for interrogative sentences. The aim of the research is to find out what concepts Nizami Ganjai intended to express through the use of rhetorical questions. METHODOLOGY: In this research, which was carried out using a descriptive-analytical method and a library tool, the secondary purposes of interrogative sentences in the poetry of Khosrow and Shirin Nizami were investigated and analyzed. FINDINGS: It should be mentioned that 446 rhetorical interrogatives are used in the poetry of Khosrow and Shirin. The use of this volume of rhetorical questions shows the richness of themes and concepts and the rhetorical value of Khosrow and Shirin. CONCLUSION: The results of the research indicate that most of the interrogative questions of Khosrow and Shirin contain the implicit meaning of helplessness and expression of despair, and Nizami in his poem has used all the linguistic tricks and abilities in the structure of the science of meanings well and has expressed his speech in such a way The art is decorated in such a way that the optimal use of the science of meanings has made the words of Khosrow and Shirin"s poem lasting and affecting.

Keyword
science of meanings , questioning , secondary purposes , Khosrow and Shirin , illustration.

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