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History of literature of Iran
Nezami's Language

Taghi Pournamdarian; Mostafa Mousavi

Volume 74, Issue 244 , March 2022, , Pages 1-31


  Abstract:Nezami Ganjavi, a Persian poet of the sixth century AH, has been introduced as a Turk in some directional studies of the last few decades. In this article, we have tried, firstly, by referring to the works of Nezami Ganjavi, in which there is no doubt about their attribution, and secondly, by ...  Read More

Lyrical and Didactic Literature
The Unique Pearl of Love (Description of a Verse by Hafiz)

Nasrollah Pourjavady

Volume 75, Issue 245 , April 2022, , Pages 15-23


  Despite the simplicity and clarity of most of the verses, the texture of expression in Hafiz’s poetry is based on a complex and generally hidden semantic network, which sometimes the deep and precise meanings hidden in it do not appear at the first glance. For this reason, several verses of his ...  Read More

An Image of Oppression and Oppressor in Parvin Etesami’s Political Views

Mohammadbager Bahadori; Afsaneh Salmani

Volume 68, Issue 231 , January 0, , Pages 17-40

  Parvin is the Persian literature’s shining star. The beautiful form and rich content of her poems are not hidden to any researcher. To this end, numerous subject matters and topics of her anthology which contain elegant and thoughtful resources necessitate to be searched which the current paper ...  Read More

تحلیل اشعار نسیمی شروانی در مقایسه با اشعار عطار نیشابوری در باب توحید

Atefe Bank; Mahdi Eftehhar

Volume 68, Issue 232 , January 0, , Pages 17-29

  مسئله توحید و بحث وحدت از مهم­ترین مباحث ادبیات عرفانی فارسی است. در گذشتۀ عرفان اسلامی، عارفان شاعر، از وحدت به زبان نظم سخن می­گفتند. نسیمی شروانی از خلفای فضل­الله ...  Read More

The Study of Humorous Tales of Resaleh Delgosha Due to Robert Lew's Model

Khalil Baygzadeh; Sanaz Khoshhesab

Volume 69, Issue 234 , January 0, , Pages 17-32

  Obeyd Zakani is the humor poet in the eighth century whose the humorous tales of poet are sarcasm in Resaleh Delgosha, in order to show the social, political conditions of time. Theory of "meaning image of humor" of Victor Raskin is the main movement on the contrary with the traditional classification ...  Read More

Analysis of the Components of Realism in the Fiction of Jamalzadeh and Al-e Ahmad

Mohammad Pashai; Abolfazl Ramazani

Volume 70, Issue 235 , January 0, , Pages 17-38

  Realistic story writing in Persian literature was common among the writers since the beginning of story writing in the new style until present and most of the great contemporary writers have employed these realistic elements in their works. Jamalzadeh was one of the first Iranian writers who combined ...  Read More

Literary theories
Analysis of the discourse logic of Jerry's application and application of Quranic verses in Anwari's poems.

Sayyed Ahmad Parsa; Negin Rostami

Volume 75, Issue 246 , March 2023, , Pages 22-43


  Researchers of Persian literature have studied the use of Quranic verses by poets in their poems only with a rhetorical approach and have been unaware of their goals in using these verses. The present study examines this issue in Anwari's poems and tries to analyze Qur'anic verses from the perspective ...  Read More

Mythical Analysis of Story of Lion and Cow in Kelile and Demne Based on the Theory of Jung and Northrop Frye

Ali Akbar Sam Khaniani; Mustafa Malek Paein

Volume 65, Issue 226 , January 0, , Pages 23-47

  The Story of Lion and Cow in Kelile and Demne has a lot of literary beauties; applying different literary criticisms and various meaningful readings in the context of this story, one can determine the aesthetic factors and their effects on the readers. One the most efficient literary criticism in this ...  Read More

. Epicical and Mythical Literature
Keyxosrowof dragon-destroyer

sajjad Aydinloo

Volume 72, Issue 240 , February 2020, , Pages 23-45


  The greatest act of epic-mythological stories is kill the dragon. Other than Sistan’sheroes in Iran’s gladiatorship-national narratives, a number of kings also fight with dragon, creatures like dragon and dragons that have changedand they kill or capture them.In well-known sources and common ...  Read More

Literary theories
The Proverb structure of speech is a way of induction of opinion and eliminating the "other" in Sadi's words

behdad beyranvand; Jamileh Akhyani; Amir Momeni Hezaveh

Volume 74, Issue 243 , September 2021, , Pages 25-45


  "Other" is a concept related to individual identity, and individual identity only makes sense when it is weighed against others. The concept of the "other" is the result of the epistemology and ontology of modern man, which has a different life and experience from that of ancient man. This concept entered ...  Read More

Sufism and Mysticism
Bayazid between Shams and Rumi

Hmidreza Tavakoli

Volume 76, Issue 247 , September 2023, , Pages 25-49


  Shams' first conversation with Rumi was about Bayazid. Shams specifies this point at the end of an Arabic speech in Maqalat-e Shams-e Tabrizi (Discourse of Shams-i Tabrīzī). In a similar way, Bayezid's criticism appears many times in the words of Shams. The same criticism is repeated about Hallaj. ...  Read More

The Study of Functions and Characterization in Sulaiman Story in The Quran

Batoul Ashrafi; Geti Taki; Mohammad Behnamfar

Volume 67, Issue 230 , January 0, , Pages 26-47

  Functions and characterizations are two main elements in stories. Functions are related to a series of limited actions used in stories and characterization to the selection, arrangement, arrival and the role of characters. This article studies the functions according to Propp’s view and characterization ...  Read More

The Mystical Relations between the Sheikhs of Azerbaijan and the Sufis of Khorasan

Mohammad Taheri-Khosroshahi

Volume 69, Issue 233 , January 0, , Pages 27-54

  At the time of expansion of the intellectual and spiritual influence of sheikhs of Khorasan in the realm of the Islamic mysticism, the Sufi-schools expansion in Azerbaijan and the emergence of authentic figures of Sufism is obvious in the region. The first Sufis of Tabriz, in the principles, from 3rd ...  Read More

The mystical manifestations of self-control in Attar's Mathnawies. (Manṭiq-uṭ-Ṭayr, Ilāhī-Nāma, Asrār-Nāma and Muṣībat-Nāma)

Mir Jalil Akrami; Hadi Dini

Volume 71, Issue 238 , March 2019, , Pages 27-48


  The mystical manifestations of self-control in Attar's Mathnawies (Manṭiq-uṭ-Ṭayr, Ilāhī-Nāma, Asrār-Nāma and Muṣībat-Nāma)   Mir-Jalil Akrami1/ Hadi Dini2 1 Professor of Persian Language and Literature, Tabriz University (corresponding author), E-mail:m-akrami@tabrizu.ac.ir 2 M.A. ...  Read More

Geophagia and its reflection in Ancient Persian and Arabic texts

mahmood nadimi harandi

Volume 76, Issue 248 , February 2024, , Pages 27-46


   Geophagia means the habit of consuming soil, mud, etc. It has a long history in many parts of the world. This phenomenon has also been reflected in Ancient Persian and Arabic texts in different ways, and various groups of people have tended to it. Many ascetics and Sufis, caliphs and kings and ...  Read More

Critical and analytical look on semantic and structural place of some motives in saeb's poetry

Mohammad Khakpour

Volume 66, Issue 228 , January 0, , Pages 33-60

  According to his remaining literary works, saeb tabrizi is the most eloquent and rhetorical poet of narration style in his period in terms of Iranian and Hindi branch of Hindi style. Poet motives in content and creation of exotic and unrealistic images which considered an appropriate field among poets ...  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


  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

History of literature of Iran
Genealogy of Translations and adaptations of the Story "The Animals Lawsuit against Humanity" Ikhwana Al-Safa in Persian (and Turkish)

hasan heydarzade sardrood

Volume 73, Issue 242 , March 2021, , Pages 85-114


  The story of "The Animals Lawsuit against Humanity", the oldest version of which is found in the Arabic Epistles oF Ikhwana al-Safa, has received more attention from Persian (and Turkish) writers in the two periods of the eighth and thirteenth centuries. In these two periods, twelve translations and ...  Read More

The elements of MaftoonAmini’s poetry
Volume 71, Issue 237 , September 2018, , Pages 21-35

  MaftoonAmini is an experimentalist poet.Theelementsof his poetryrevealhis desire to make a change andattain new experiences. This tendency has led to some intermittent changes in the structure and language of his poetry and provided the ground for the emergence of exclusive features in his works. In ...  Read More

Lyrical and Didactic Literature
Understanding The Element of Water and Its signs in Sana’s Sayr ol Ibad

Maryam Mosharrafolmolk

Volume 75, Issue 245 , April 2022, , Pages 25-43


  Understanding the Element of Water and Its signs in Sanaʾi’s  Seyr al-Ebâd[1]One of the prominent characteristics of literary knowledge is to pay attention to the concept of sign. If we accept Saussure’s view that language is an order of signs that is based on an interconnected ...  Read More

نقد و بررسی تطبیقی کارکرد نمادین شیر و گاو

Akhtar Paryad

Volume 68, Issue 232 , January 0, , Pages 31-47

  نمادگرایی برای بیان مفاهیم در طی زمان‌ها و قرون شکل گرفته و در تفکرات و رؤیاهای نژادهای مختلف جای گرفته است و درفراسوی مرزهای ارتباطی جای دارد. نماد، اندیشه را برمی‌انگیزد ...  Read More

The Comparison of the Trips of Shahname and other Universal Epical – Mythical Trips

Mehdi Rezaei

Volume 69, Issue 234 , January 0, , Pages 33-54

  The mythical trips of the world have special structures that differentiate it with other kinds of the trips. The structure of those trips have different practical modes. The characters and transportation vehicles are two important practical factors, which help the realization of the trips with their ...  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


  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