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

Stylistics in Mohammad Ali Islami Nodoushan Poems

Mehri Nasiri, Hossein Khosravi(Author in Charge), Asghar Rezapourian

Abstract
By studying and studying the works of writers and poets, we find that each writer and poet uses a particular way of expressing his or her thoughts, feelings, and emotions in what is literally the style of a poet or writer. The style of a poet or writer is taken from all the political, social, economic issues and everything that happens in that poet or writer community. The style of the works of the Persian literary elders has been studied from late to modern times. In the contemporary era, due to the unfavorable conditions of society and political and social changes, the style of poets and writers was shaped in a new way in their works. Mohammad Ali Islami Nodoushan is one of the contemporary poets who wrote poetry in a new way. This essay examines the stylistics of contemporary poet, poet and writer Mohammad Ali Islamic poetry, and analyzes his collection of poems that have a new content and theme but are written in a classical way, at three levels: linguistic, literary, and intellectual. Analyzing the style of Islamic poetry not only reveals the poet"s artistic, linguistic and intellectual beauties, but also reveals a part of Iranian culture, history and literature. In this essay, after noting the Islamic references and his poetic works, we become familiar with the style of his poems and find that he is influenced by the political, cultural, and social conditions of society, with new themes and new themes, Most of them are life-long.

Keyword
Stylistics , Modern Poetry style , Islami Nodoushan , Analysis

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