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Bahar Adab monthly The Monthly Stylistics and Analysis of Persian Poetry and Prose Texts (former Bahar Adab) is a private monthly magazine founded by Dr. Omid Majed and has open access (to the text of the articles). In this publication, the policy of two anonymous expert referees is used in the review of articles, and all submitted articles must be matched with the matching software https://www.samimnoor. ir/view/fa/default">Samim Noor are checked to ensure their authenticity and then they are carefully evaluated. In reviewing and publishing scientific articles, this journal respects the rules of ethics in publications, subject to the rules of the Committee on Ethics in Publishing (COPE). and follows the executive regulations of the law on preventing and dealing with fraud in scientific more about this publication
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Published articles 144
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volume Number 13، ، issue Number 50 ، page Count 318 XML شناسنامه و فهرست مجله فارسی
  • 1 . and Conceptual Metaphors in the News Examining the Correctness or Incorrectness of the Use of Rhetorical Techniques and Conceptual Metaphors in the News

    • Omid jelodarian, Esmat Esmaeili(Author in Charge)

    • Page 1-25
    News language is related to the real part of the language, and the literary language is related to the fictional part of the language. According to some pundits, the use of literary language and rhetorical techniques in the news is against simpli...
  • 2 . Abolfazl Zarroi Nasr Abad's satirical ways in "Rofouzeha"

    • Maryam Parakandeh, Yadolla Bahmani Motlagh(Author in Charge), Aliakbar Afrasiabpour

    • Page 27-42
    In this article, an analytical descriptive method has been used to study the satirical techniques of contemporary poet, researcher and satirist Abolfazl Zarroie Nasrabad in a collection of essays that almost cover all of his tales. In this work, ...
  • 3 . The Function of divination in Khamse Nizami Ganjavi

    • Hojjat Kojani Hesari, Mohammad Reza Pashaei(Author in Charge)

    • Page 43-64
    Divination and humorous people and events have been the commonplace traditions of old societies. Fooling was a kind of prediction of future events, which in many cases inspired the savvy of his owner or plans to prevent possible losses. It is wide...
  • 4 . The introduction of manuscript 0f General Divan of Taleb Ali Khan Lakhanoei, called Eishi with the passage of his lyrics style

    • Ziba Fallahi, Mehrdad Chatraei(Author in Charge), Maryam Mahmoodi

    • Page 65-85
    Taleb Ali Khan Lakhanoei called Eishi is a member of the poets and writers of the style of the return of the subcontinent who has spoken poetry in both Persian and Hindi. His general Divan remains intact in Farsi and contains 6435 verses of poetr...
  • 5 . The reflection parable and allegorie and its function at thousand and one night

    • Shokoufeh Mohammadi Raighani, Mohammad Hakimazar(Author in Charge), Hossein Khosravi

    • Page 87-106
    Thousand and one nights, including our legendary books and the Islamic world in the field of oral and folk literature, in addition to the range of meaning and content, a wide variety of events, events and various personalities, beautiful testimoni...
  • 6 . Stylistics in Mohammad Ali Islami Nodoushan Poems

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

    • Page 107-124
    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 ...
  • 7 . The effect of Dehkhoda on satire style Reza Ganjei

    • Mohammad Keshavarz , Farhad Doroudgarian (Author in Charge), Behnaz Alipour Gaskari , Ali Pedram Mirzaei

    • Page 125-143
    One of the pioneers of contemporary Iranian satire is the style writer Ali Akbord Khodha, who has always been seen as a satirist by many of his comic strips. Reza Ganjeei, founder of Babashmal Magazine is one of the lesser known and successful Ira...
  • 8 . Inflectional features in Taleqani dialect

    • Mousa Mirzaei, Behzad Rahbar(Author in Charge), Mohammad Reza Oroji

    • Page 145-167
    The present study was an attempt to investigate the inflectional features of Taleqani dialect based on Booij"s patterns (2005) in nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs and answering the question of whether the inflectional features of Taleqani dial...
  • 9 . The Role of Eloquence in Bidel and Kalim's Humorous Poems

    • Sadraghaed Ali, Hamid Tabasi(Author in Charge), Abolqasem Radfar

    • Page 169-188
    Investigation of satirical poems of Indian style poets can provide insights into a new history that is different from that covered in the historical books. This history offers a detailed description of a nation that lived in Iran during the 11th a...
  • 10 . An Investigation of Rhetorical Functions in Rumi's Sonnets

    • Zahra Irani, Malek Mohammad Farokhzad(Author in Charge), Reza Heydari Nouri

    • Page 189-206
    One of the approaches in "Apostrophe" is to employ direct statements in conveying meanings. The advantages of the direst statement are as follows: affecting the audience more, better conveying the supposed meaning and making the audience mentally ...
  • 11 . 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

    • Page 207-228
    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. ...
  • 12 . Review about compose couplet in the Baba taher style

    • Abdolrasoul Forotan(Author in Charge), Abdolreza Seif

    • Page 229-247
    The most famous couplets of Persian literature are related to Baba taher. In these songs, which are written very simple in Lori accent, a pure mysticism and poem’s lovesickness can be seen. A few centuries after Baba taher, poets such as Pur-e Fer...
  • 13 . Descriptiv-Contrastive Analysis of Ethical Versed Advices of Moulawi and Sa'di

    • Somayeh Soleymani, Abulqasem Qawam(Author in Charge)

    • Page 249-268
    The professional recognition of a phenomenon depends on the measurement and comparison of the phenomenon with phenomena of the same type. Moulavi and Sa"di are seeking to guide and elevate their audience through their moral advices. But comparing...
  • 14 . Some Stylistic Features of Masoud Sa'ad Salman's Poems

    • Dariush Ghaleh Ghobadi, Vahid Mobarak(Author in Charge)

    • Page 269-290
    Massoud Saad is a poet of military, happiness, imprisonment and sorrow. In the linguistic aspect of his poems, the signs of a deeply rooted language approach to the use of literary figures and many Arabic words are approached. In his features, he ...
  • 15 . Introducing the Tohfe Fathiyeh of Abuolfazl-Allami and a browse at its stylistic features

    • Azar Mosavi Ghavamabad, Mohammad Raza Masoumi (Author in Charge), Jalil Nazri

    • Page 291-307
    Tohfe Fathiyah is a work of Abuolfazl-Bin-Mubarak, pen-named as Abu al-Fazl Allami, the nobleman, and historian of the 11th century AH. He was the second son of Sheikh Mubarak Nagoori and the younger brother of Feizi, and he was known as poet la...