Transformations of the religious symbol and its thematic articulation in the poetry of the generation of the sixties


The poetic symbols constituted the biggest stakes that the sixtieth poet fought, through the continuous transformations that do not belong to others, and if they belonged and had a root, he reused them, rejecting imitation and repetition through poetic experience and actual practice, and we will seek in this study to monitor these transformations to see what the symbol is in The poem is through the framework of overlap and separation, to see how the sixtieth poet was able to create his own symbols through textual transformations.