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علمی- پژوهشی Sufism and Mysticism
Exploring the Semantic Development of Simurgh Symbolism in Persian Literature

Taqi Poornamdarian; Elaheh Bayat Zarand

Volume 76, Issue 247 , September 2023, Pages 1-24


  Symbols are powerful images that articulate a set of cultural and mythological concepts in certain semantic clusters. These clusters produced through creative literary processes constitute a part of our cultural memory. One of the symbols is Simurgh that was generated in the pre-Islamic Persian texts ...  Read More

علمی- پژوهشی 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

علمی- پژوهشی Literary theories
The Role and functionalist analysis of "Anecdote" in Collective Calls ((A case study of the world's birds in the bird area))

mohammad khosravishakib

Volume 76, Issue 247 , September 2023, Pages 51-69


  Mantagh al Tair is one of the prominent mystical works in Persian literature, which in a narrative structure, deals with the story of the quantitative and qualitative calling of "birds of the world" and their collective efforts to search and reach "Simorgh". He used 194 "Anecdote" in the structure of ...  Read More

علمی- پژوهشی Literary theories
Analytical reflection on the allegorical genre of Rumi's elephant and dark house Relying on Kant's theory of noumenon and phenomena

Smaeil Narmashiri; Ishaq Mirbalouchzaei

Volume 76, Issue 247 , September 2023, Pages 71-88


  The categories of noumenon(existence) and phenomena(appeared) are considered as important foundations in Immanuel Kant's philosophical system. Through these issues, she has explained the consequence of her philosophical ideas about the unprovability of God noumenon and the recognition and knowledge of ...  Read More

علمی- پژوهشی . Epicical and Mythical Literature
Kavarstān or Gavestān (A Study on the Name of Transoxiana in Shahnameh)

Mohammad Hasan Jalalian Chaleshtari

Volume 76, Issue 247 , September 2023, Pages 89-106


  In three stories of Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh, a land in the northeastern regions of Iran corresponding to Transoxiana is mentioned, whose name has been recorded in various forms in the existing manuscripts, and the editors of Shahnameh and researchers of its geography disagree with each other in choosing ...  Read More

علمی- پژوهشی 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


  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

علمی- پژوهشی Lyrical and Didactic Literature
The functions of the Indigo in the poetry of the 6th century with emphasis on Sanai, Anwari, Khaghani and Nizami

maqsood mesbah; Ebrahim Pourdargahi; Hamidreza Farzi

Volume 76, Issue 247 , September 2023, Pages 131-149


  Abstract: Plants, as one of the important sources of food and medicine, have been the focus of human attention since long ago. Our ancestors over thousands of years, in addition to providing the medicine, food and clothing have gained more knowledge on the plants and have used the color and smell of ...  Read More

علمی- پژوهشی Lyrical and Didactic Literature
Coexistence of Lyric and Didactic Literature in the mirror of Intertextual analysis of Nizami’s Works and Qaboosnameh based on Gerard Genette’s Theory

Faramarz Jalalat; Ebrahim Danesh

Volume 76, Issue 247 , September 2023, Pages 151-176


  Analysis of intertextual relationships of literary texts of different genres is a practical way of investigating the fusion or “coexistence” of literary types. Qaboosnameh and Nizami’s works as focal texts in Persian literature played a media role in transferring Iran's culture, literature, ...  Read More

علمی- پژوهشی Literary theories
Bidel Dehlavi's time of consciousness from the perspective of thematic criticism

Golrokh Kiani; MohamadAli khazanedarloo; AliReza Nikooei

Volume 76, Issue 247 , September 2023, Pages 177-199


  Time is one of the basic issues in thematic criticism, and among the critics of this field, Georges Poulet pays more attention to the components of time and place. The main focus of Poole's criticism is to explore and investigate how to communicate with the outside world, which is done by emphasizing ...  Read More

علمی- پژوهشی History of literature of Iran
The role of Kaveh newspaper in the history of Persian literature

Mahdi Zarghani

Volume 76, Issue 247 , September 2023, Pages 201-215


  When we speak about the tradition of Persian literary history often glances directed to the translation of European literary history books, which provided Persian-language literary historians with new approaches, methods and measures. Therefore, firstly, the book and secondly, the translation are considered ...  Read More

علمی- پژوهشی Literary theories
Criticism and analysis of ecopsychology in the Empty Place of Solouch novel of Mahmoud Dolatabadi with a look at Freud's theory of personality structure

fatemeh hayatdavoodi; mohammad hassan hassanzadeh; asad abshirini

Volume 76, Issue 247 , September 2023, Pages 217-235


  Ecopsychology studies human psyche in relation to environment. Psychology, which is based on Freud's theory of personality structure, is product of mutual, interactive and conflicting relationship between three factors of Id, ego and superego. Of course, ecopsychology is opposed to Freud's views when ...  Read More

علمی- پژوهشی Literary theories
Foucauldian Feminism: A reading of Sadegh Hedayat’s “The Doll Behind the Curtain”

Fatemeh Mozafari; Firouzeh Ameri; Efat sadat Hosseini

Volume 76, Issue 247 , September 2023, Pages 237-253


  Some feminists believe that Foucault has not specified which gender dominates the other and which gender is dominated in the genealogy of power. Accordingly, by combining the Foucauldian concept of power with feminism, they have created Foucauldian feminism to give a convincing answer to the issue of ...  Read More