Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose شماره 82

volume Number : 15
number In Volume : 12
issue Number : 82

Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
volume Number 15، number In Volume 12، ، issue Number 82

A study of the stylistics of Jawahar al-Asrar Azari Tusi Esfarayeni

Esmaeil Zaremand , Ali Ramezani (Author in Charge), Rasoul Ebadi


BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Sheikh Azari Tusi Esfarayeni is one of the poets and writers of the Timurid period. The book Jawahar al-Asrar is one of his famous writings on the subjects of the Muqattaah Letters, mysticism, hadith and poetry. In this article, by introducing the Manuscripts of the book, has been studied its linguistic, rhetorical and intellectual style.

METHODOLOGY: Data collection in the article is library method and its writing is descriptive-analytical method. The statistical population is four manuscripts of Azeri Jawahar al-Asrar.

FINDINGS: Jawahar al-Asrar is written in the general style according to the style of the Timurid period. in the introductions, is the rhyming prose and the text of the book is simple. At the phonetic level of the language style: rhyme, pun, word repetition, Alliteration, rejection and reverse, at the lexical level: Arabic words and at the syntactic level: synonyms of words, titles and adjectives, matching of adjectives and adjectives, use of Arabic sentences instead of adjectives, Has a light characteristic. At the literary level, has similes, Imitation, Allusion, metaphors, allusions, Metonymy, allegories and proverbs. In his intellectual style, he has described and interpreted the letters of the Qur"an, hadiths, the words of mystics and the problems of the poets" poetry. In his interpretations, can be seen his mastery of syntax, mathematics, rhetoric, medicine and astronomy.

CONCLUSION: Azari Tusi Esfarayeni in Jawahar al-Asrar in accordance with the style of prose of the Timurid era, with a tendency to use words, Arabic sentences, Persian and Arabic poems, prose in introductions and simple language in the text, the use of metaphors, Imitation, Allusion, adaptation, Metonymy, Allegory and proverb has succeeded. As a commentator and critic, he has been able to provide the audience with useful information about syllables, hadiths, mystical subjects, difficult descriptions of poets" poetry, as well as historical, religious, medical, astronomical and biographical information of elders from his book.

Azeri Tusi , Jawahar al-Asrar , manuscript , style , language , rhetoric , thought

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