the influence of Veghar-e- Shirazi in Bahram and Behooz from Molana''''s Masnavi in the field of Allegory
Analogy is a useful tool for explaining thoughts. this poetic and artistic tool, if used in the special sense of the word, is used to retell educational subjects and, if used in the general sense, is merely a literary industry. one of the most popular types of Allegory in Farsi is Fabal, in which the main characters are animal tales. among the persian language poets who have a pedagogical approach to allegory, Mowlana has a special place. his artistic use of allegories to explain the moral teachings in spiritual Masnavi has led many followers of the poetry of Veghar -e- Shirazi to follow in the verses of Bahram and Behrooz. the study of similar analogies in the two works described by the descriptive method and content analysis shows that the two poets describe and explain educational topics such as "avoidance of bad companions", "avoidance of pride and selfishness", "the necessity of supporting the king of the landlord" and " the human tone against fate and destiny "has taken advantage of allegory and fable. also, using Fabel has been very effective in understanding the audience.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Journal Of Research Allegory in Persian Language and Literature, Volume:10 Issue:35, 2018
73 - 89  
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