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volume Number 12، ، issue Number 43 ، page Count 367 XML issn:2008-2789
  • 1. New knowledge about Mani-ie kibollah vaTafsiroh Al-Manir

    • Hasan Anvari(Author in Charge), Marzieh Masihipour
    The Book of Mani-ie kibollah vaTafsiroh Al-Manir, is an invaluable commentary on the works of Abu nasr-i Haddadi (dying after 400 AH). Recently, the old version of this book has been found which is time recorded at the end of its book, is the fourth ...
    spring 2019
  • 2. Paradox in the poetry of Islamic Revolution

    • Nematollah Iranzadeh(Author in Charge), Homayun Alidusti
    Norm-evasion or structurebreaking is one of the most major methods of languge distinction and one of the considered subjects in the domain of literary critic. In this literary rule, the poet or writer (authar) tries to gain novel creations in poem an...
    spring 2019
  • 3. The Importance of Auto-Criticism in Literary Creativity

    • Yadollah Jalali Pandari(Author in Charge), Mehrdad Nosrati
    The realm of criticism has been expanded in modern studies. Today, literary criticism is the continuation of a text and the text is not complete without it. Yet, a poet or a writer may criticize his text as the primary critic, while the litterateurs ...
    spring 2019
  • 4. The advantages of the Safine of Sa'eb in editing the Divan of Sana'i

    • Abolqassem Radfar(Author in Charge), Reza Khabbazha
    The Safine of Sa'eb is a noticeable selection of poems belonging to different periods of Persian literature collected by Sa'eb Tabrizi. This collection shows the taste and admiration of the greatest poet of the Indian style and the litteraturs of the...
    spring 2019
  • 5. The grace of love and beauty in the works of Attar Neyshaburi

    • Sakine Rasmi(Author in Charge), Ali Hashemi Araghtou
    The beauty worship school in the Islamic and Iran mysticism has been formed by the innovation of abu helman dameshghi in the early centuries of Islam period and has turned into one of the greatest mystical schools with using of the qur’anic points an...
    spring 2019
  • 6. The analysis of the structures of narrative, plot, and characters in JamisUsef and zuleka

    • Seyyed Ali Mohammad Sajadi(Author in Charge), Barat Mohammadi
    The story of Usef and zuleka in Kuran referred to as “AHSAN ALGHSAS” which means “best of the stories” and in Persian literature many narrators and poets have taken advatages of its theme in figurative, allegorical, and cryptic and allusive forms or ...
    spring 2019
  • 7. A study of factors involved in the making of hyperboles in works of epic

    • Mohammad Reza Salehi Mazandarani(Author in Charge), Nasrollah Emami, Manuchehr Tashakori, Atefeh Nikmehr
    Hyperboles and their effects have enormous presence in epics and their study is related to the “Elme-Badi’e”. We are accustomed with classifying hyperboles in three different groups. This classification alone does not suffice to show how they are piv...
    spring 2019
  • 8. Stylistics of Phenomena in Shahriyar Ghazlat

    • Naser Kazem Khanloo(Author in Charge), Ziba Esmaeeli
    The skill and mastery of the Shahriyar in Persian poetry has always been studied in various aspects; from musical and weight to rhetorical structures, syntaxes and syntaxes, etc. Among these, Shriyar's penetration should also be another field of art....
    spring 2019
  • 9. The analysis mental melancholic-cultural on prose texts (4-8 AH): to study spying

    • Mohammad Khodadadi, Mohammad Ali Gozashti
    Spying is one of the issues being discussed and explored by the specialists of the intelligence-security system. The classical Persian prose texts (from the 4th to 8th centuries AH) provide a wide area of study in the field of information systems of ...
    spring 2019
  • 10. Analysis of the functions of allegory in children's and adolescent's poetry (60s,70,80)

    • Mohammad Kazem Kahduee(Author in Charge), Mahdieh Eslamiat, Mahmud Elham Bakhsh
    Allegory makes the difficult thoughts and abstract concepts understandable for the children and adolescents by means of narration using both animate and inanimate characters. This indirect expression method, whose aim is a better transfer of meaning ...
    spring 2019
  • 11. The analysis mental melancholic-cultural on prose texts (4-8 AH): to study spying

    • Mohammad Khodadadi, Mohammad Ali Gozashti(Author in Charge)
    Spying is one of the issues being discussed and explored by the specialists of the intelligence-security system. The classical Persian prose texts (from the 4th to 8th centuries AH) provide a wide area of study in the field of information systems of ...
    spring 2019
  • 12. A survey on different viewpoint of two group of persian poets to the same object, in this case "tomb"

    • Mahmood Modaberi(Author in Charge), Mohsen Shafiee Bafti
    Researcher always praised "DOME" at least as a component that could solve the problem of multiplicity of stanchion in a wide area. in this essay we are going to study the role of "DOME" in the poems of five Persian poets that has been devided to two ...
    spring 2019
  • 13. The Metamorphosis of Mythical Characters in Mystical,Lyrical and Contemporary Types

    • Fetemeh Modaresi(Author in Charge), Rahim Kushesh, Saba Solukian
    Each literary work contains a set of lexical, visual and literary arrays which distinguishes it from other similar works. These literary tricks are capable of evaluating and interpreting in various analytical devices. Language as a systematic device ...
    spring 2019
  • 14. An Analysis of some Techniques of Aesthetics in Sa'di's Ghazals

    • Mahboubeh Moslemizadeh
    The secret of the influence and strength of Sa'di in his ghazals is his eloquence, fluency and clarity of speech despite his noticing to polish the words. The immeasurable grace of Sa'di's poetry relies upon his considering the proportions of words a...
    spring 2019
  • 15. Comparision of literary style`s features in three books of Saljogh dynasty

    • Zarrin Taj Varedi(Author in Charge), Maral Shahbazi
    Sixth and seventh centuries, in the evolution of history of Persian prose, are considered as the most important periods from the viewpoint of words, devices, literary compositions, and technical characteristics. The movement that began in the late si...
    spring 2019
  • 16. Stylistics of i Esmail Shahroodi’s Poem

    • Amir Hosein Hemmati(Author in Charge), Leila Khalili Sarafi, Hosein Khosravi
    Esmail Shahroodi (Ayandeh), was a pioneer in contemporary new-poem and effective in socio-political poems. As one of the Nima Yushij’s real followers, he enthusiastically started twrite and publish his own poems in 1325. Therefore, to know modern Per...
    spring 2019
  • 17. Investigating Stylistic Features of “Majma-ol-Bahreyn”; The Asiri’s Poem

    • Ahmad Reza Yalameha(Author in Charge), Farahnaaz Emami Shahrezai, Omid Majd
    Majma Albahrain is a ritual poetry collection which includes over 11400 bits. Although this collection has some unique characteristics including a very mature language, simultaneous classical and modern style, comprehensive description of Prophet Moh...
    spring 2019
  • 18. Content and Visual Study of Poems Composed by AbdiBeig Focusing on “Haft Akhtar” Poetry

    • Hanieh Sadri Majd, Ali Asghar Halabi (Author in Charge)
    Contemplating on the thinking abilities and artistic minutes of art works is a giant pace for resuscitating and identifying precious heritage of Persian literature and the authentic and enriching culture rooted in the ancient history of Iran inter...
    spring 2019