Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose شماره 50

volume Number : 13
number In Volume : 4
issue Number : 50

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Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
volume Number 13، number In Volume 4، ، issue Number 50

Introducing the Tohfe Fathiyeh of Abuolfazl-Allami and a browse at its stylistic features

Azar Mosavi Ghavamabad, Mohammad Raza Masoumi (Author in Charge), Jalil Nazri

Abstract
Tohfe Fathiyah is a work of Abuolfazl-Bin-Mubarak, pen-named as Abu al-Fazl Allami, the nobleman, and historian of the 11th century AH. He was the second son of Sheikh Mubarak Nagoori and the younger brother of Feizi, and he was known as poet laureate in Akbar palace. There are two versions of this work, which has not been corrected so far. The first copy of No. 3811 belongs to the National Library of Malek in 116 pages and in Nastaliq form and the second copy of No. 1095 is kept in the National Library. The authors are correcting this article which is of great literary interest nowadays. One of the most important literary features of this work is the use of complex and multifaceted words and expressions that indicate the author"s elegance and grace-telling. He is proud of his writings in various places of the book and considers himself to be the most authoritative writer. In this article, while addressing the general introduction of this work and its author, an attempt has been made to look at the most important features of its literary in a descriptive-analytical method.

Keyword
Tahfe Fethiyeh , Abolfazl-e-Alami , correction , prose style

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