Color Psychology in Naser Khosrow's Poems Based on Lusher's View
Naser Khosrow is the most prominent literary figure in the fifth century AD, the content of his poems, and position are very important, Naser Khosrow as an example of people under the influence of external and internal factors and through the use of colors highlight the personal and social problems, although, in contrast to other poets, the color in his poems is less used. This study is based on Color Psychology of Lusher, which has new ideas in color psychology, after the famous Rorschach test on the subject of human cognition through colored ink spots. In this way, the colors excessively express the feelings and thoughts of individuals. The reviews of his poems showed that the black color indicates dissatisfaction with the situation, the most widely used color. After that, the color white, red, green, yellow, respectively, has the highest frequency. The application of the blue color has the lowest frequency in Naser Khosrow's poems. He used 733 times the colors in his collection, directly and indirectly. Colors are particularly suited to his Fatimid and introvert beliefs, who appreciate to interpret. The black color implies the Abbasids and the white on the Fatimids.
Karname Adabe Parsi, Volume:2 Issue:4, 2019
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