عنوان مقاله [English]
The intellectual poems of Farouk Jweideh are the reflection of objections and criticisms raised against unfavorable political and social situations. Given the importance of using a scientific theory for better understanding of literature, this descriptive-analytical study seeks to examine both cognitive and interpersonal poems of Farouk Jweidehon on the basis of Halliday's functional theory. In order to better analyze his combative ideas in poetry, the ‘Ten Odes’ was picked to investigate. The results show that Farouk has drawn upon interpersonal and cognitive roles very well. The abundant uses of news stanzas denote his certainty about the oppression and tyranny against Egyptians exerted by the despotic government. His works owes their artistic value not only to declarative sentences but also to subjunctive statements of high frequency. Also, the poems invariably inject the spirit of defiance into the audience, invites them to revolution. The poet’s confrontation with the outside world, is, however, often real and reactive, and of the six processes, the material process is considered the most frequent one followed by the mental and verbal processes, which are of relatively high frequency.