Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose شماره 96

volume Number : 17
number In Volume : 2
issue Number : 96

Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
volume Number 17، number In Volume 2، ، issue Number 96

Analyzing the intellectual style and ideology of contemporary lyrical poets (Case study: Ghazliat Mohammad Ali Bahmani, Hossein Monzawi, Seyed Hassan Hosseini, Hoshang Ebtahaj, Fazel Nazari and Qaiser Aminpour)

Rafat Parvizi , Abdolreza Modareszadeh (Author in Charge), Mohammad Salamatian Ghamsari


BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: After the Islamic revolution, tremendous changes occurred in the content and intellectual structure and style of thinking of many contemporary poets, including lyricists. The changes that can be clearly seen in this type of literature in its all-round dimensions in the influence of political, social, cultural, economic, etc. issues. Therefore, Ghazal took a new style in the new intellectual atmosphere by distancing itself from its classical content, i.e. the mere expression of romantic themes. In this essay, we aim to achieve a comprehensive analysis of the content of these poets" poems and the intellectual style of the Islamic Revolution"s poetry by examining the lyrical works of the most prominent lyricists after the Islamic Revolution.

METHODOLOGY: The study method in this article is descriptive-analytical in the way of library studies. In order to achieve the goals of the research, fifty ghazals of six prominent contemporary ghazal poets, Mohammad Ali Bahmani, Hossein Monzawi, Seyyed Hassan Hosseini, Hoshang Ebtahaj, Fazel Nazari and Qaisar Aminpour, have been analyzed in terms of intellectual style, and in order to clarify the discussion among the content indicators. And the main idea that is expressed in the sonnets of these poets, we have also presented graphs and statistical analysis.

FINDINGS: Ghazal, as an immortal and always-considered form, has also received a lot of attention among poets after the Islamic revolution. With the difference that the approach of contemporary ghazal writers, especially poets after the Islamic revolution, to this format is not only a lyrical and romantic approach, but the themes of many religious, epic, social and protest themes are reflected in the form of ghazal.

CONCLUSION: Contemporary ghazal writers, especially in the era after the Islamic revolution and events such as the imposed war, have used this format in cases other than romantic ghazals, with the basic changes in the theme, theme and intellectual style of the ghazal. Protest and social approaches are more visible in Qaisar Aminpour, Seyed Hassan Hosseini and Hoshang Ibtahaj"s poetry, and although poets like Hossein Monzawi and Fadel Nazari have paid attention to the social self, the individual self is still more prominent in their poetry.

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