A study of the reflection of romantic and lyric components and characteristics in "Faraj Ba'd Az Sheddat" (comfort after suffering) stories
Faraj Ba'd Az Sheddat is one of the most valuable works of sixth century which includes ethical and religious issues such as: patience for adversities, trusting in god in resolving problems, self-sacrifice, humanitarian, and hope in achieving aspirations with trusting in god. As it comes from the title of the book it promise convenience and relief for people who find themselves in midst of adversity and hardship. In fact, the author, using the noble verse of "indeed hardship is followed by ease" teaches the way to get rid of hardships in form of religious and historical anecdotes and stories. Faraj Ba'd Az Sheddat, in addition to having ethical and educational themes, it also has literary and artistic aspects to influence the reader's mind more. One of the artistic literary aspects of the book is the author's use of romantic and lyric features in the stories which can be found in some of the anecdotes and narratives in the book. Extending the elements of romanticism to books like this book which belongs to preceding periods is not leniency and cannot be analyzed according to western romanticism which appears in eighteen century; but romantic features such as: freely expressing of human emotions and sentiments, artistic descriptions, heroism, individualism, love, love making in its predominant sense, means love feature which call lyric in Persian literature can be studied and adopted in Faraj Ba'd Az Sheddat.
Journal of Literary Studies, Volume:9 Issue:15, 2019
41 - 69
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