The Impact of Non verbal Aesthetics in Hafiz's Lyric 6
Dr. Tengku Sepora Tengku Mahadi, Sepideh Moghaddas Jafari

The aim of this study is to investigate the impact and effect of non-verbal aesthetic elements and signs in Hafiz's lyric6. To reach the aim of this study, some theories which can be related to the objectives are introduced and explained. The corpus of this study comprises lyric 6, one of the most famous poems from the most well-known poet of East i.e. Hafiz. It is concluded that the non-verbal aesthetic elements and signs as the repeated sounds which make the music of poetry are very momentous and significant in terms of imagery and construction of meaning in Hafiz's lyric6. The results also show the significance of these aesthetic elements in the context of understanding and translation of lyric6. The translator, therefore, must be sensitive to the non-verbal aesthetic elements and signs, or better to say, the sounds of this lyric.

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