عنوان مقاله [English]
Accurate reading, morphology and analysis of literary works from the point of view of systematic functional linguistics and functional stylistics of Michael Halliday is one of the most prominent and effective approaches to understanding and explaining these texts. Functional stylistics enters into two independent areas of linguistics and literary criticism, and it recognizes, introduces and evaluates the components of these two subjects. In this different view, the social function of the language is often taken into consideration, followed by the Ideational meta-functional, interpersonal, and textual of the language of the texts being explained and interpreted. This research, has been done by collecting, describing and somewhat statistical method, aims to criticize and analyze poetry by Tahereh Saffarzadeh whose style influenced by trivial meta-functional, and explain the ways in which poetic language is used. Finally, by analyzing each of these franchises, the function of language in the form of the poet's expressions is well understood and received.
The style of a literary work is how to use the language and the way of expression, the elements and components of aesthetic, and the content approach and the theme as the message of that work. Functional stylistics of Halliday is also a product of social insight into the role of language. One of the prominent features of this method is that, by examining this process, one can become aware of the inside world of the author, and, in addition, try to understand the external factors; The fact that in most of the poems of this poet, and especially in the first travel poem, reveals the true experiences of the poet in her phrases. Saffarzadeh has used the two processes of material and relative in her socio-political poetry, while at the same time she has given a more descriptive and narrative sense to her own text
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