A Critique of Printed Version of Tabarestan History
Tabarestan history is a very valuable book full of historical and geographical issues، Persian and Arabic literature، etymology and philology، science of dignitaries، tales، Shiite studies etc، and covers a vast range of studies; especially it is a unique book with regard to historical and literary tales about the liberalist movements which have been leaded by great figures entitled as “Seyed”. Though covering a vast domain of knowledge and information، unfortunately this book has not been considered by scholars and researchers as much as it deserves. One of the fields which has not been considered at all is the correction and printed version of this valuable work. The only available printed version of this book has been published by Abbas Iqbal Ashtiani in 1321 (AH) and its great advantage is using of the manuscript belonging to pre-tenth century which now there is no trace of it in the indices of manuscripts unfortunately. Anyway، the author aims to take a more precise look at the only available correction of this book and consequently many suggestions and selections of the corrector in the text of the book have been explored critically in order to offer the reader the correct record.
Textual Criticism of Persian Literature, Volume:6 Issue: 3, 2014
105 to 130
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