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

Variety and Extent of Expressive Techniques A Literary Feature in Omid Majd's Translation of Nahj Al-Balagha

Fatemeh Goosheneshin (Author in Charge)

Abstract

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Translation Of religious texts has a special theoretical foundations due to the special feature of these texts. These texts are divided into revolutionary and non-revolutionary categories, that the sensitivity of each is different from the other during in the translation. The book of Nahj-Al-Balaaghah is one of the non-revolutionary Islamic religious texts due to the position of this work among Iranians, more than 50 Persian translations of Nahj-Al-Balaaghah have been made so far. However, use of these translated texts is more than the field of meaning and the translator is usually unable to convey the linguistic, expressive and literary subtitles of the original text. Translation of Nahj-Al-Balaaghah, which is based on the language abilities and needs artistic applications, requires significant linguistic, literary taste and artistic ability. The aim of this study is to investigate the poetic translation of Omid Majd from Nahj-Al-Balaaghah in terms of the use of expressive techniques in it.The main question of this research is how much and how do use expressly techniques and then mentioned translation according to their main text of Nahj-Al-Balaaghah is done.

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

FINDINGS: What is translation of Omid Majd from Nahj-Al-Balaaghah In comparison with main text, the translator has used expressive techniques and he’s pretty translation in three ways: alignment and matching of expression techniques with the text, creativity and translating expressive techniques and addition of expressive techniques in the translation process.

CONCLUSION: Majd has tried in his translation of Nahj-Al-Balaaghah In the section of expression, to reflect the emotional images and manner of expression of Imam Ali.This success is evidence in then use of similes,metaphors, allusions, allegories and other rhetorical techniques in this translation. The translator has tried not to damage original text and delivery of the message, transfer the original text to the second language by using various forms of imagination.

Keyword
Nahj Al-Balaghah , Translation , Poetry Translation , Omid Majd , Expressive Techniques

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