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In this study, I aim to analyze two poems by the North American poet Richard Fein that he collected in his book entitled "At the Turkish bath." In my analyses, I intend to follow a cognitive poetic point of view, as the theory of "Cognitive Poetics" (1992) of the Israeli linguist and cognitive scientist Reuven Tsur, which is based on cognitive processes through which one solves the semantic ambiguities, such as metaphors, and the cognitive obligations, which lead to the correct interpretationdoi:10.20304/humanitas.556234 fatcat:fng6yhn6hjcmlea5uta6glopxy