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Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
volume Number 16، number In Volume 7، ، issue Number 89
Examining the poems of two without Divan poets of the 8th century; Mohammad Asar Tabrizi and Mir Kermani, based on the manuscript of "Safine Muns-al-Oshaq and Tohfe Al-Afaq"
Razia Jamshidi (Author in Charge)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The manuscript of "The Ship of Muns al-Oshaq and Tohfe al-Afaq" by Suleiman Qonodi in 860 A.H. It has been collected and written. This ship contains 11,600 verses of poems by seventy-eight famous and little-known or unknown poets in the seventh, eighth and ninth centuries. Some of the poets of this ship do not have divans or their divans have been lost throughout history, and some of their poems can be found in this ship. Two poets of the 8th century, named Mohammad Asar Tabrizi and Mir Kermani, are among them. The author of this research tries to introduce them and analyze their stylistic features in three linguistic, literary and intellectual levels. METHODOLOGY: The research method in this thesis is qualitative and content analysis type. The desired information has been extracted from library sources and reliable internet sites and collected through the FISH tool, and the obtained information and statistics have been criticized and evaluated. FINDINGS: In the analysis of the stylistics of the lyrical poetry of two poets, it is in line with the common prosody and rhyme of Persian poetry in the external and background music. In internal music, the array of puns and repetition is widely used, the main characteristic of which is word repetition. At the literary level, detailed simile, metaphor, simile, and metaphor are frequent. At the intellectual level, their lyrical poems contain mystical and romantic themes. CONCLUSION: Arabic and Old Persian words have a low frequency in the poems of two poets. Their language is simple and fluent and is closer to today"s language. Mohammad Asar and Mirkermani have used various types of images, among which similes and metaphors are more frequent. There is no brevity in their poems. Their lyrics are romantic and describe the beloved, but sometimes they add complaints and grievances to it. Some sonnets also have mystical thoughts.
Muns-al-Oshaq and Tohfe-al-Afaq , Style , Mohammad Asar Tabrizi , Mirkermani
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