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This article explains the common themes of Shahriar and Fowzi Maalouf's poems by asking what common themes of their poems about nature were. To answer this question, in the research process, a descriptive analytical method has been used based on library studies and content analysis of the data. The findings of this research indicate that Shahriyar has given some reflection on the nature of the Fowzi due to a periodic crossing of his life in relation to romantic tendencies in nature. Shahriyar's attitude toward nature is the result of his own experiences and personal acquisitions, while in Fowzi's view, nature is the source of inspiration for many concepts. The characterization of nature is more realistic in the sense that the Fowzi's poetry takes on the utopianism.
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Received: 2017/04/4 | Accepted: 2019/02/7 | Published: 2019/08/15

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