This study deals with one of the most important stylistic phenomena in modern poetry; it is the phenomenon of semantic deviation, as a form of deviation in general. The study defines the term semantic deviation, and its meaning, then the study gives an overview of the two poets - the subject of the study - namely "Salah applied Abdel-Sabour" and “Naguib Sorour”, the two models on which the study The phenomenon of semantic deviation, and the choice of the two poets is due to the fact that they have a stylistic uniqueness that makes them the ideal model for applying the phenomenon of semantic deviation. The study deals with the phenomenon of semantic deviation in the poetry of Salah Abdel- Sabour and Naguib Sorour in the third and fourth sections of the study, followed by a summarizing the most important findings of the study, then a list of sources and references.
Al-Mimar, Sura Salim Abdul Shaheed and Al-Tamimi, Etidal Salman Oreibi
"The aesthetics of semantic displacement at Salah Abdel-Sabour and Naguib Sorour,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 1
, Article 58.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1120
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