عنوان مقاله [English]
The present paper seeks to explore the poetical premises and stylistic features of the works of Ruwange and Kifri, as two major literary schools. Both schools played a highly significant role in the literary development of Kurdish poetry from 1970 to 1991, which is considered as an influential stage in contemporary Kurdish literature. Kurdish Poetry went through several different stages in the 1970s and 1980s. The stylistic approach proposed by Professor Cyrus Shamisa provides the theoretical framework for the present study according to which the triplet lingual, literary and epistemological levels of a given literary work ultimately shape its stylistic feature. In the present research, attention is paid to the poetical works of founders of schools, Sheko Bekas and Latif halmet. They are also considered as two great poets whose works develoed contemporary Kurdish poetry. Their poetry is read in terms of the mentioned stylistic approach through the examination of the triplet levels in Shamisa’a approach.