There is no doubt that the key to any text is its title, and the title is the compressed text that speaks for the entire text, and sometimes the title is synonymous with the text. The title can only be a sign if the text touches on its most important citizen and its deep, basic and sub-connotations.
From this vision, this research studies the titles in the collection of poems entitled “zenjabil” (ginger) by the Algerian poet “Othmane Loucif” to show the relationship between the title of poems and the extent to which the poet succeeded in choosing the title file to reveal the secret of his sign name and the degree of his association with the recipient's self in the cultural context of contemporary man.
The poet chose “zenjabil” as a flashing sign that enticed the recipient from the first meeting with the collection of pems opening a space of comfort and fragrance between the images and the imaginations that are harmoniously matched with the stinging breaths of “zenjabil”.
In the poems, there is a rely upon the most iconic sign, indicating the presence of “zenjabil” (ginger) among the collection of poems namely "blending" the basis for the smell of “zenjabil” (ginger) is to mix it with other tastes and good smells. Therefore, the basis of beauty in life is the blending of colors, wind and human natures
"A Sign indicator in the Diwan of "zenjabil" by Othman Loucif,"
Jerash for Research and Studies Journal مجلة جرش للبحوث والدراسات: Vol. 21
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jpu/vol21/iss1/3