عنوان مقاله [English]
The theory of the semiotics of the poem by Michael Riffart, based on structuralism, attempts to develop literary readership and his reaction to the text to provide a systematic method of reading the text. In this theory, there are two types of readings: first, the poems are read in two ways, read out and explicitly examined, which in the first stage seek to seek meaning, and in the second phase, attention is drawn to linguistic implications. In this reader mode, we look at the referencing of signs to the intranet and the creation of interconnected networks of signs. The research methodology in this paper is note-taking and library research. Michael Riffart’s semiotics book, is considered the main source. The present article introduces the theoretical approach of the Riffart and then, based on that, the most popular poem book of the Brotherhood, "winter" and the most famous poem of this book is "winter," which in this paper is a review. It is very rich in terms of image and has close to thirty similes, geniuses, metaphors and symbols. Poetry, after analyzing and analyzing non-religious elements, we will achieve accumulations, descriptive systems and structural networks. The purpose of this research is to strive for a more accurate and deeper reading in the desired poem, referring to the proposed refinement framework.