Polarization and Transformation Structures in Al Hutei'a's T-Rhymed Poem "Ashaqatka Layla"

Abstract

This study, which is based on Al Hutei'a's T-rhymed poem "Ashaqatka Layla?" (Did you Layla Miss?), tried to investigate elementary unity which does not exist in the surface structure of the text. All the poet's description was not superficial, but it was deep, full of mysteries asymmetries, and symbols. This proves that modern theories in criticism, especially the reader-response theory, were able to review poetry deeply and consciously besides the classical review which cannot be denied as a first review. There is a sense in the genius mind that cannot be retrieved unless there is a deep analysis of the text structure. A modern methodology is also needed to be capable of revealing and decoding the elementary structure of the poem. The researcher was able to prove that by means of interpretational abilities that suits the linguistic vision of poetic texts. This will eliminate any possibility of contradiction between interpretation, context, and intention.Polarization, as a unified structure, has created covert bounds. The shift of ideas required polarization for interpreting. The bound between imageries is what reveals the receiver's sense of pleasure in reading and interpreting the text. The two structures of polarization and transformation gain the lectors' attention due to the arrangement of schemas and ideas in such a way that makes the poem in continuous development to the extent that the poet needs a transformation point to the next schema. In this stage, the poet tries to establish a kind of deep structural resemblance. This can be reached only by means of interpretation.