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Asvadi A, Naemi Z, Majidi N. Application of Max Losher Color Theory of Color in Critique and Analysis of Poems by Ahmad Matar and Mirzadeh Eshghi. JCSFA 2021; 6 (8) :35-56
URL: http://jcsfa.modares.ac.ir/article-39-65649-en.html
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The tendency of writers to use different colors reflects different psychological reflections in them. The Max Luscher test is one of the best personality tests in psychology. This research was analyzed with the help of Luscher theory and descriptive-analytical method has been used to identify the personalities of Ahmad Matar and Mirzadeh Eshghi. Red with a frequency of 195 is in the first place of Matar poems. According to Luscherchr('39')s theory, Matar is a hard-working person who wants peace. He has close control over his emotional relationships, finds it difficult to trust anyone, and uses colors to express his or her societal discrimination.
  In love poems, yellow and white are in the first place with a frequency of 306. The results show that he is looking for an escape route to get out of the difficulties of his society and is very interested in new experiences. He wants to reach a high position and be respected by others, he is never calm and puts pressure on his external environment to achieve his ambitions.
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Received: 2021/01/2 | Accepted: 2021/09/21 | Published: 2021/10/22

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