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Hamed Bashiri Zirmanloo,
Volume 8, Issue 22 (3-2022)

As a literary subgenre, epic poetry is characterized with specific features in terms of language which distinguishes it from other subgenres. The secondary layer of meaning is the other distinguishing factor. In study, in order to examine the secondary layer of meaning in epic, analyzes the story of "Rostam and Sohrab" in terms of the frequency and variety of secondary meanings and its relationship with the literary type of the epic. For this purpose, the syntactic structure of verbs at the beginning of the stanza and the secondary meanings related to this syntactic structure are examined. The most frequent aspects of the secondary layer of meaning are emphases on the verb, exaggeration and bowing, and emphatic intention. The discussion of secondary meaning of emphatic intention can be considered as the novelty of this article. The secondary meanings of emphatic intention, along with the emphasis on action and exaggeration and bowing in terms of number and type, indicate the unity and harmony of these secondary meanings.


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