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

The intellectual level of poetic return and constitutional poetry style, Case study: The poets' view of the legitimacy of the Qajar government

Fatemeh Saeifi, Abdolhosein Farzad(Author in Charge), Farhad Tahmasbi

Abstract
Persian poetry has never neglected dealing with social and political issues. The poet was rewarded to propagate the king and government"s thoughts or he was believing himself responsible and committed for society and people are different matters. Legitimacy has always been one of the means for their survival, and Persian poetry has not been indifferent to it. In the present essay we have tried to study the process of Iranian belief about legitimacy of king and government in Persian poetry, specially in Poetic Return and Constitutional poetry styles, to show how the poets have used poems to legitimate or illegitimate governments.

Keyword
Legitimacy , Poetic Return , Constitutional Poetry , Legitimate , Illegitimate

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