Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose شماره 89

volume Number : 16
number In Volume : 7
issue Number : 89

Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
volume Number 16، number In Volume 7، ، issue Number 89

Reviewing the stylistics of simple writing in the poems of Bijan Jalali, Omran Salahi and Shams Langroudi

Daavood Malekzadeh , Abdul Hossein Farzad (Author in Charge), Mansoureh Sabetzadeh


BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Although simple writing is more or less seen in most periods of Persian poetry, it is a dominant trend in the contemporary period. A flow that is more prominent in the formal dimension of language and this simply leads to the transfer of the content of the poem. The purpose of this research is to investigate the stylistics of simple writing in the poems of Bijan Jalali, Omran Salahi and Shams Langroudi.

METHODOLOGY: The method of this research is analytical and descriptive based on library study, and the statistical population is the poets" poems.

FINDINGS: Simplification of features such as simplicity in language, attention to both language and content, short sentences, realism, everyday images, avoiding symbolic themes, paying attention to life and its authenticity, using seemingly insignificant subjects, avoiding fancy literary language and allowing entry All the words have poetry.

CONCLUSION: Jalali pays more attention to the content than the language, and the course of his poetry has rarely undergone linguistic and intellectual evolution in half a century. Even though Salahi is a content-oriented poet, he has a clean language that has kept the practice of simple writing from the beginning to the end of his poetry. Although at the beginning Shams wrote poetry under the influence of Shamloui language, he gradually turned to a kind of simplicity in his poetry and continues to move in this direction and create new poetic experiences.

simple writing , poetry , Bijan Jalali , Omran Salahi , Shams Langroudi

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