The Cradle of Languages مهد اللغات
Volume 2, Numéro 1, Pages 1-7

Schematic Coherence In Poetry

Authors : Tahraoui Said .


Schemata are the underlying connections that allow new experience and information to be aligned with previous knowledge. When one reads a text he usually uses all his levels of schemata. Schemata enable us to make sense of what is perceived and experienced in the world. In poetry, readers usually examine carefully and deeply what they are reading in comparison with other sorts of discourse. Coherence is achieved when a reader perceives connections among schemata. It is a connection between linguistic and textual features of the text, and reader's mental expectations as well as stored knowledge of the world.


Poetry ; Connection ; Reader ; Schemata ; Meaning