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 discrepancy of Khayami's thought and Saadi's Bustan

Bahare Fazli darzi (Author in Charge)


BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The emergence of Khayyami"s thought in an educational-social work is neither compatible with the custom of educational literature nor with the custom of Khayyami"s thought. In particular, one end of some of Khayyam"s teachings, such as the tail, is to seize and windmill is far from the goal of educational literature. The essence of Khayyami"s thought is taboo and immoral; Hence, Khayami"s discourse is rejected in Islamic society. The most frequent themes of this idea are the reflection on the issue of death, which is also seen in Bustan, like Khayyam"s quatrains, in allegories such as going to the cemetery, talking to the head, lifting grass from the grave, and digging bricks from the grave; Also, from Badastaism, the tail should be mentioned as booty, choice and astonishment and doubt in existence, the Creator and the world after death, and determinism, which have traces of debauchery and drunkenness. The main question of this research is whether these themes have been updated in the opportunity park and in this case, what is the purpose of them? Is this goal in line with Khayyami"s idea or not?

METHODOLOGY: This article has been done by descriptive-analytical method.

FINDINGS: Saadi invites society to liveliness while warning of punishment after death, to enjoy this world while paying attention to that world, and to pay attention to collective rather than individual benevolence

CONCLUSION: This article shows that the reflection of Khayami"s thought in the park has not only been modified, but has become precisely a moral issue and as a result has lost some of Khayami"s function. Saadi"s thought in Bustan is far from Khayyami"s thought because of his religious-moral, functionalist view and invitation to feel responsible for each individual in society, attention to the afterlife, and utopia.

Khayami Thought , Saadi Park , Educational Literature

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