Vanlioğlu, Mehmet
March 2003
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2003, Vol. 7 Issue 15, p229
Academic Journal
In this article, the word Rose used in the poetry of Hâfez and Nef'î has been emphasized. Firstly, the biographies of the two poets have been briefly mentioned and the usages of "Rose" have been explained. Secondly, the common usages of the word Rose regarding its meaning in both authors poetry have been indicated. The usages of the word "Rose" with different meanings have also been pointed out in the article. Lastly, the reasons of the same usages have been explained although there was a long period between the times that both authors lived.


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