Symbolic Shahrz?d in the poems of Abdolwahh?bal_ Bay?ti
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Shahrzād is the most famous motif in the world of fairy tales in Arabic Nights which entered the context of contemporary Arab literature. Arab literary figures, poets and writers, have employed Shahrzād as a useful symbol in their works. Abdolwahhāb Bayātiis one of those poet pioneers in the field of application of mythical and historical figures in the contemporary poetry. Shahrzādis one of these figures that Bayātiutilizes as a symbolic motif to criticize the influence of false traditions on the life of women in his conservative society. The poet composes a Jeremiad for a country which is grabbed in the grip of tyranny and colonialism and weeps for the urban man who has broken up with the mom of nature and sacrificed his soul at the feet of the urbanization idol. In the present article, the author aims to review Symbolic Shahrzād’s character by analyzing Abdolwahhāb Bayāti˒s verses and to explore the symbolic implications of Shahrzād. The author also tries to show that Bayāti˒s Shahrzād is a poetess of a traditional society both yesterday and today. On the other hand, she is depicted as the symbol of the author’s country and simple rural life.
نشریه نقد ادب معاصر عربی, Volume:8 Issue: 14, 2018
91 to 118  
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