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«Le Prophète ou le cœur aux mains de pain» d’Amadou Lamine Sall, signifiés et symboles d’une éloquence rhétorique



The religious vein of poetry was interested in an essential figure in fact the Mouhamad prophet. This last gave birth to the poem-song: The Prophet or the heart with the breadhands of Amadou Lamine Sall where it is question primarily of praise and praises belonging to the epidictic one. It is by this title enough symbolic that the poet rents the size of the prophet through many figures of images, of symbols, magnifies its attributes, its works. The variations of the epidictic speech on the prophet of Islam are perceptible in the choice of the lexical items and their parabolic and allusive places

Topics: Poetry, epidictic, prophet, rhetoric, panegyric, images, symbols, praise, optation, style, qacida, deprecation, Language and Literature, P, Discourse analysis, P302-302.87
Publisher: Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava
Year: 2016
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