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

Economic and cultural sociology based on mention of jobs and letters in Timurid era poetry (Working case: Poems of Amir Alishir Nawai, Ahli Shirazi, Jami, Shah Qasim Anwar, Shah Nematullah Vali, Helali Joghtaei)

Ali Kabili , Maryam Mohammad Zadeh (Author in Charge), Reza Aghayari Zahed


BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Professions, professions and economic structure are one of the propositions of social history, and the examination and analysis of its species, territory, origin and various aspects can show us new angles of people"s behavior, life and past. Poetry divans should be counted among the sources that are able to provide the readers with very valuable sociological words from the period. The main purpose of this essay is to investigate the social and sociological references of some economic cultures, jobs and professions in the literature of the Timurid era, from the collection of poems left by the poets of this era.

METHODOLOGY: This article is based on a descriptive-analytical approach based on library studies and the method of document analysis with a sociological perspective and the technique of analyzing the names of occupations and words in the poetry library of Amir Alishirnawai, Ahli Shirazi, Jami, Shah Qasim Anwar, Shah Nematullah Vali and Helali Joghtai. During the Timurid era, we tried to present the results.

FINDINGS: The findings of the research show that there is a close relationship between the state of society in the Timurid era and the spread of art, industry and the prosperity of many businesses in the 8th and 9th centuries in Iran, which is reflected in the poetic works of this period as propositions suitable for a sociological approach. has been reflected.

CONCLUSION: The results of this study show that in the Timurid era, due to the attention of Timur and his successors, including Shahrukh Mirza, to art and craft, especially in the capital of the Timurids, Herat, and the attention to the expansion of endowments, building schools, mosques, training teachers, preachers, orators, Economic and administrative courts, matters of social order, such as judgments, charges, etc., were all taken into consideration and mentioned in the poetry of this era with irony or direct reference by poets.

literary sociology , Trades and professions , Social poetry , Timurid era. Craft.

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