Amjad Nasser’s Short Poem’s Stylistic Composition

  •  Qutaiba Habashneh    


The present study explores the stylistic composition of Amjad Nasser’s short poem. The analysis covers the features of the experience, the poet’s awareness of its forms and his motivations. It is found that the poet is conscious of the composition of the genre, which has its own function and beauty, and a technical necessity representing a stylistic stage of his poetry. Such poetic revolutionizing is a self-attempt experience to diversify the poetic shape, mixed with human and artistic factors which express rebellion and rejection and prefer the stylistic composition of the short poem. He is also affected by the heritage of Arab and Western modernism. It is also found that the poet builds his short poem on a set of foundations and techniques, such as intensity, irony, satire, circular construction, connotation, flash, omission, poetic concentration, squeezed language, ambiguity, intertextuality, opening, etc.

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