Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
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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 works.read more about this publication
Journal Metrics
Publication start year 2008
ISC Quartile Q2
ISC - Impact Factor 0.152
Issue per year 12
Published articles 144
Rejected papers 1597
Acceptance rate (%) 21.2
Research papers 1,597
Article view 2,661,974
PDF download 1,195,162
No. of pages 33,537
No. of references 25,552
Journal Topics

This monthly journal recognizes articles with a focus on the following topics:

A) Examining one or more partial or general components over one or more periods, or several poets and writers in different periods, such as: examining the evolution of contemporary children and adolescent poetry, examining religious poems of the eleventh and twelfth centuries and comparing them with the ninth and tenth centuries, the evolution of exaggeration in the Khorasani style, introducing the wonders books and their evolution in Persian poetry, the diversity of using the method of equation in Hafez’s poetry and comparing it with others, …

B) Examining the specific features or innovations of a poet or writer in one or more rhetorical, linguistic or intellectual elements, such as: Saadi’s innovations in ambiguity, special tricks of using Quranic verses in Jahan Goshay Joveini, special imagery of Saeb Tabrizi with candle, melancholy as a stylistic feature of Shahriar, musical metaphors as a feature of Khaghani’s poetry, …

C) Introducing a handwritten corrected version of a poet or writer as follows: introducing the poet or writer and his brief biography, introducing the corrected collection in terms of quantity and content, introducing the manuscripts and their physical features, extracting the most important stylistic features of the manuscript and possible innovations of the poet or writer, comparing the content of the book with previous and subsequent books in general and presenting the prominent and special differences if any. For example: Faghir Dehlavi introducing the handwritten version of the collection and his poetic style, examining and introducing the handwritten version of Jawaher Khamsa, introducing Golban Kazeroni, a Qajar poet and his Golshan Asrar …

D) Stylistics of published works in any of the intellectual, linguistic and literary layers or their combination, examining a partial element is also acceptable if it has a high frequency and has innovations and special modes. For example: stylistics of Anvari’s ghazals, stylistics of literary poems of Daqiqi, introducing an anonymous satirical poet Mohammad Ali Fadaei and explaining his position in contemporary satirical poetry.

E) Articles that examine the influence or impact of poets or writers on each other, such as: Saadi’s influence by Ghazali’s thoughts.

Examples of model articles in different fields of stylistics 

One: Analytical articles: Example one - Example two

Two: Individual stylistics: Example one - Example two

Three: Examining a partial component in individual style: Example one - Example two - Example three

Four: Stylistic articles with a literary criticism view: Example one - Example two

Five: Interdisciplinary articles: Example one - Example two 

Six: Articles introducing handwritten versions: Example one - Example two

Seven: Articles examining novels: Example one - Example two 

Eight: Articles on influence by others: Example one 

Nine: Articles based on statistics: Example one