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Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
Investigation and review of briefness methods in Persian rhetorical texts

Fateme Hejri; Amir Momeni

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 21 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2024.55398.3448

Abstract
  Investigation and review of briefness in Persian rhetorical texts Abstract Briefness is one of the important topics in the knowledge of meanings and it has two types; shortness briefness and omission briefness. This discussion has not been elaborated and explained in the rhetorical texts as it should ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
Analyzing and examining the status of appropriateness of verbal communication factors in the structure and the meaning of speech

mahbuobe hemmatiyan

Volume 76, Issue 248 , February 2024, , Pages 1-26

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2023.47903.3175

Abstract
  Analyzing and Examining the Status of Appropriateness of Verbal Communication Factors in the Structure and the Meaning of Speech Theory of necessity is a different approach to the reason behind linguistic constructs and rhetorical arrays used in speech. Herein, the study focuses on the reason for ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
Laṭā’if fi al-Uṣūl The oldest versified Persian encyclopaedia from the late 13th century

Nasim Azimipour; Ali Mohammadi

Volume 76, Issue 248 , February 2024, , Pages 181-196

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2024.53468.3385

Abstract
  The poetic text Latâʾef fi al-Usul is the oldest surviving versified Persian encyclopaedia that was composed by Mohammad b. Mohammad Marqinâni, known by the title of Šams-e Dabirân, in 696 AH/ 1297 CE. It comprises 4897 verses in the metre of Hazaj-e Mosaddas-e Mahzhuf. The ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
A course of the evolution of the title of Rad al- ajoz ala (ela) al-sadr in rhetorical books

seyyed Alisina Rakhshandemand; Alireza fouladi

Volume 76, Issue 247 , September 2023, , Pages 107-129

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2023.53528.3390

Abstract
  A look at the evolution of the title of Rad al- ajoz ala (ela) al-sadr in rhetorical booksAmong the figures of speech and literary techniques that have a long history and are presented with different categories, titles and names in Arabic and Persian rhetorical books is "Rad al-ajoz ala (ela) -Sadr" ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
Enjambment Historical-rhetorical analysis and redefinition of one of the most important and ambiguous literary industries

saeid shafeieoun

Volume 75, Issue 246 , March 2023, , Pages 44-73

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2023.51458.3315

Abstract
  The Enjobment of meanings is one of the literary arrays that has not yet been properly studied. The breadth of the scope and the role it has as an art form in the construction of several literary forms and genres, as well as its function in suspending speech, link it to a number of literary industries ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
"šād",," may" and " pašēmān šudan, ", (A Revew of Three Words of Shahnameh)

Mohammad Hasan Jalalian Chaleshtari

Volume 74, Issue 244 , March 2022, , Pages 33-51

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2022.50092.3266

Abstract
  Shahnameh isone of the most detailed works of the first centuries of the officialization and spread of Dari Persian after Islam. This precious treasure contains authentic and reliable evidence of the Persian language elements of this period and contains many keys in solving the unknown issues of the ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
The Role of Popular Words and Interpretaions in the Reflection of Social criticism. A case study of Panj NamayeshNameh by Mirza Agha Tabrizi

Hamid Jafari Ghariyeh Ali

Volume 74, Issue 244 , March 2022, , Pages 217-245

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2022.47489.3144

Abstract
  "Five Plays" written by Mirza Agha Tabrizi is one of the first plays in Persian literature. It shows the corruption in Nasserite period with a humorous tone. Despite the lack of unity of time, place and subject, these plays are important because they contain some historical facts. The status and validity ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
Persian Grammer in Caucasus

Mohammad Ali Mousazadeh; mohamad Tahery khosroshahi

Volume 74, Issue 243 , September 2021, , Pages 155-185

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2021.48083.3180

Abstract
  According to historical and cultural evidence, the Caucasus has historical commonalities and long-standing cultural ties with Iran and its people. One of these common areas that have created many bilateral effects on the cultural and historical relations between Iranians and the Caucasus nation, is literary ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
Chess rook is not the castle; Investigating the Differences between "Rook" and "Castle" in Chess based on Old Persian Literature Texts

Shirzad Tayefi; Mehdi Ramazani

Volume 73, Issue 242 , March 2021, , Pages 201-215

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2021.38801.2757

Abstract
  One of the themes poets and writers have created themes in their works is related to chess. As this game has had various forms in different eras, so some people and consequently commentators, ignoring this and just based on its current form, have described and explained related texts. One of these is ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
Turk of mine saying san san (Reviewing the reflection of Turkish language and culture in Khāqāni's Diwān)

Yousof Asghari Bayqut

Volume 72, Issue 240 , February 2020, , Pages 1-21

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2020.10288

Abstract
  Turk of mine saying san san (Reviewing the reflection of Turkish language and culture in Khāqāni's Diwān)Yousof Asqari Bayqoot Assistant Professor, Dept. of Persian Language and Literature, University of Jiroft AbstractThere is no doubt that part of poets and writers' imaginary motifs is influenced ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
The analysis of conception of Saeb 'Form' and 'Meaning' in poem

mohammad khakpoor

Volume 72, Issue 240 , February 2020, , Pages 91-116

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2020.10289

Abstract
  Belief in the originality of "firm" or "meaning" is one of the important subjects in the world of rhetoric and our literary tradition. Should we know the importance of the formation of works of art from the Form or Form or from the Meaning (content)? which has made a long struggle between the supporters ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
Artistic games with word names; Reflections on one of Nizami's stylistic features

saeed karimi

Volume 72, Issue 240 , February 2020, , Pages 241-265

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2020.10287

Abstract
  Artistic games with words form the central part of Nizami's aesthetic. The major share of these games are played in Khamsa with the name of fictional characters. With the help of 41 word names, Nizami has performed 400 cases of artistic games. Most items of games have been conducted with Shirin, Shekar, ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
The use of Allusive simile and metaphor in expressing the mystical experience and preliminaries (Based on Mantegh-al-teyr by Attar)

Tamanna Golbabaei; Mohammad Gholamrezaei; Ahmad Khatami; Roghiyeh Sadraie

Volume 72, Issue 240 , February 2020, , Pages 267-305

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2020.10293

Abstract
  The use of Allusive simile and metaphor in expressing the mystical experience and preliminaries(Based on Mantegh-al-teyr by Attar)AbstractPoetry is the manifestation of poetic and artistic images.These images are created using the rhetorics and its various tools. A mystic poet uses these images to recreate ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
Persian Compound Structures and M. Omid’s Compounds

Mohammad Hasan Jalalian Chaleshtari

Volume 72, Issue 239 , September 2019, , Pages 33-48

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2019.9283

Abstract
  Compounding is one of the prosesses of word-formation in some languages. Because simple words and derivatives satisfy just a part of the speakers’ need of vocabulary, the speakers are forced to make compound words using the available language elements and compounding patterns. These patterns always ...  Read More

Persian Rhetoric and Grammar
the Role of Verbal Communication Factors in Applying Expressive Devices

mahbuobe hemmatiyan

Volume 72, Issue 239 , September 2019, , Pages 265-285

https://doi.org/10.22034/perlit.2019.9279

Abstract
  In rhetorical books, the eloquence is defined as "presenting one sole meaning in several ways by the difference in clarity and secrecy". The choice of these various forms of expression according to the conditions and characteristics of the factors that contribute to the creation of a word is vital for ...  Read More