Içlı, Ahmet
March 2009
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2009, Vol. 13 Issue 39, p189
Academic Journal
Sampling of notions with sighted and known shapes, conduces to impress thoughts in humans' minds. Even though human intelligence has potential to comprehend notions, that designing notions such as symbols, is important in the aspect of comprehensibility. İntrigue in the dramatic action, attains clearness in the contrast of ideal merit and contrary merit. Persons, notions and symbols that both of ideal merit and contrary merit represented by, are important elements of the action. Notions and symbols in the mathnawi of Yusuf u Züleyha are much important for to understand level of specter in the dramatic action. In the work, symbols and notions represent both ideal merit and contrary merit around different people. Even the people, in the mathnawi create a grade of semblance at the plane of persons, they can only steer for truth, at dimension of notion and symbol.


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