Native and Regional Identity of Manuchehr Atashi's Poetry in the Contest of Allegory
In a period when “Homeland world” is heavily advertised, the protection of native and ethnic identity elements is inevitable and deserves to be borne over by many artists, poets and writers of countries. This research seeks to show that how Manuchehr Atashi, the prominent poet of the south in a space full of overwhelming propaganda that has captured thoughts, has been able to sustain his native and regional identity in an unlimited space of poetry. Studies show that Atashi has used Allegory to maintain his native and regional identity elements and has made the native identity legible and effective in his poetry by quoting narratives and mentioning memories from the past to present time. Then by combining the words, idioms, proverbs and native vocabulary of his region with official Persian language has achieved the ability to retain his native identity, region and poetry.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Journal Of Research Allegory in Persian Language and Literature, Volume:9 Issue:34, 2018
86 - 112  
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