نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی
دوکتۆرای زمان و وێژەی عەرەبی، کارناسی زمان و وێژەی کوردی، مامۆستای قوتابخانە لە پەروەردەی کەرتی 2ی سنە، ئێران
عنوان مقاله [English]
The motives of resistance literature in general and resistance poetry in particular are different. The motive of expectation of victory and attainment of a bright future is one of the motives of resistance poetry that has a wide expression in the poetry of resistance poets. The effects of this motive are evident in both the world literature of resistance and in regional and national literature. The existence of resistance literature depends on the expectation of victory and a bright future, which can only be achieved by children, that is, future generations. As one of the pillars of resistance literature of the Iraqi Kurdistan in the second half of the twentieth century, Abdullah Pashew tried to include this issue in his poems to give a more influential meaning to his poetic concepts. This article wants to show the tremendous impact of this motive on the poetic concepts and style of the poet, by examining the poetry book of Twelve Lessons for Children and a Few Forbidden Poems, and relying on the descriptive-analytical method. One of the important results of this article is that a significant motif of Pashew’s poetry is the expectation of victory and attainment of a bright future. The poet’s ability to choose inspirational words and well-known archetypes has made the poet’s style stronger.