International Journal of Language & Linguistics

ISSN 2374-8850 (Print), 2374-8869 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijll

Literary Debate and its Psychological Analysis in the Poem “Flower and Bud” by Gheisar Aminpour
Maryam Nazarchoob Masjedi, Saadi Azizie

Debate is a literary from which has been common in ancient literature and its application has increasingly raised and currently reached to its zenith in contemporary literature. Debate is a kind of figures of speech and a poet implies his or her meaning as question- answer form in one or some verses. Parties of this debate or dialogue are sometimes two humans, two living creatures, two plants or two different things. Most poem debates are occurred between two lovers which start with“(he or she) said". Sometimes a debate is shaped as an epic form which is called "Braggadocio” Introvert and extrovert persons normally stand at two ends of a line. In debate of flower and bud, Gheisar Aminpour tries to judge and think. The flower’s personality type is closer to the reality than bud and human’s mission is enjoying such positive and social personality type, so the poet is realist. In the paper, we tried to familiarize with Aminpour’s mental and psychic state by qualitative method-content analysis, and to criticize the debate of flower and bud based on the ideas and beliefs of some psychology.

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