Stylistic of persian poetry and prose text

volume Number : 14
number In Volume : 1
issue Number : 59

Stylistic of persian poetry and prose text
volume Number 14، number In Volume 1، ، issue Number 59

The Climatic Similes in the Poets of Lorestan

Heshmatelah Mehrabi , Ali Noori (Author in Charge), Tahere sadeghi tahsili , Mohammadreza H. Jalilian

Abstract
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The simile is the core and infrastructure of poetic fantasies. Through simile, especially by contemplation on resembleds and faces of simile, one can understand the poet’s mentality and worldview and recognize his or her living environment. The climate and living environment of poets, willingly or unwillingly, are reflected in their poetry, specially in their similes. Climatic simile is a simile whose elements, specially resembled and face of simile, are often climatic and indigenous elements and are taken from the natural elements and cultural, social and climatic conditions of the poet’s living place. The issue of this research is how the climate affects on the faces of simile and resembleds, of the poets of Lorestan.


METHODOLOGY:
This research is done by descriptive-analytical method and by referring to the in-text evidences, examines, analyses and compares the climatic similes contained in the poems of men and women of Lorestan, those who write poetry in native language and those who write in Persian.

FINDINGS: The poetry of native-writer poets of Lorestan is richer in climatic elements than Persian-writer poets. Climatic elements are significant and frequent in both women’s and men’s poetry of Lorestan, but each group has its own views on certain aspects of the climate.

CONCLUSION: Among the climate similes used in the poetry of the poets on question, similes referring to nature, including vegetation and trees, animals, nature landscapes and the jobs and works of Lorestan, have become more prominent in the works of men’s poets, but in the climatic similes in women’s poetry, the influence of Lorestan culture and customs has become more visible. Some climatic and indigenous elements in this similes have symbolic and nostalgic dimensions.

Keyword
Climate , Simile , Climatic simile , The poets of Lorestan.

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