Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
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About the Journal
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
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 2,662,051
PDF download 1,195,206
No. of pages 33,537
No. of references 25,552
Objectives of the Monthly

Persian language and literature covers a very wide area to the depth of one thousand two hundred years. In the meantime, the topics of stylistics and analysis of Persian poetry and prose texts have been at the center of the research of this Journal. Firstly, there is no other publication in this field in Iran and secondly, stylistics is one of the most specialized fields of Persian language and literature, which should be addressed after mastering the texts, rhetoric, grammar, history of language and history of literature. Therefore, dealing with this branch of literature is a kind of complement to other branches as well. The aim of the journal is to encourage researchers and scholars to research in this field.
The Journal of Stylistics and Texts Analysis of Persian Poetry and Prose pays attention to the following scope and the topics focusing on stylistics:
1- Study of one or more minor or general components during one or more periods, or several poets and writers in two different ways, such as: the study of contemporary poetry of children and adolescents, the study of religious poetry of the eleventh and twelfth centuries and a comparison with the ninth and tenth centuries, the evolution of exaggeration in the Khorasani style, the introduction of the wonders and their evolution in Persian poetry, the variety of applications of the equation style in Hafez's poetry and its comparison with others, ...
2- Examining the special features or innovations of a poet or writer in one or more rhetorical or linguistic or intellectual elements such as Saadi's innovations in ambiguity, special tricks of using Quranic verses in Jahangoshaye Jovini, special illustrations of candle by Saeb Tabrizi, sadness characteristic of Shahriyar’s style, musical analogies of Khaghani's poetry, ...
3- Introducing a revised manuscript of a poet or writer as follows:
Introducing the poet or author and his brief biography, introducing the corrected divan in terms of quantity and content, introducing the copies and their physical features, extracting the most important stylistic features of the version and possible innovations of the poet or writer, comparing the content of the book with previous and subsequent books Briefly and present the obvious and specific differences if any. Such as: Faqir Dehlavi; introduction of the manuscript of the Divan and his poetic style, review and introduction of the manuscript of Jawahar Khamseh, introduction of Golbon Kazeruni, poet of the Qajar era and Golshan Asrar, …
4- Stylistics of the works published in each of the intellectual, linguistic and literary layers or their sum, a partial study of an element is also acceptable provided that it has a high frequency and special initiatives and modes. Such as: stylistics of Anvari’s lyric poems, literary stylistics of precise poems, introduction of the anonymous satirical poet Mohammad Ali Fadaei and explanation of his position in contemporary satirical poetry.
5- Articles that examine the influence of poets or writers on each other, such as: effects of al-Ghazali's ideas on Saadi.
Notice: Articles based on the study of texts from the perspectives of Western theories, such as the theories of Bakhtin, Fairclough, Grimas, etc., are out of the scope of this monthly publication.