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Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
volume Number 16، number In Volume 7، ، issue Number 89
Discourse analysis of the event of love and states of love in pre- and post-Islamic systems (based on six Persian love systems)
Mehdi Rezaei , Kobra Fereydouni (Author in Charge)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Romantic poems form an important part of Iran"s lyrical literature, and they are also considered to express the cultural characteristics of different historical periods of this land. The event of love and the situations and conditions of the lover and the beloved are the main elements of these systems and depending on the social atmosphere of each period, it has its own characteristics and differences from other periods. METHODOLOGY: In this article, the discourse analysis method is used to examine the states of love in love systems. FINDINGS: In these systems, what determines the states of love is dependent on extratextual factors and elements, conflicting discourses, intellectual and cultural context, religious and racial tendencies. CONCLUSION: The states and characteristics of lovers before Islam and the states of lovers after Islam have obvious differences, which is largely due to the change of the religious-cultural and political discourse before Islam to the Islamic era and Its effect is on the pillars and people of the society and, accordingly, on the moods and characteristics of the lover; As compared to the atmosphere of the cultural-social society of the Islamic period, the open atmosphere governing the relationship between men and women in the pre-Islamic period, the extraordinary tolerance regarding sexual affairs and relationships, marriage and family relations, in fact, the things that were forbidden and condemned in the Islamic period And it was reprehensible, it made it possible and it has been reflected as a part of the dominant culture in the romance poems of this period.
Love , lover , discourse analysis , lyrical literature , romantic poem.
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