Intertextuality, From Bordeh by Bosiri until eulogy By Hatef Esfahani

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From the viewpoint of Al-Tnats (intertextuality), there is no independent literary work in the vast literary world and each work is influenced by pre-texts and in the context of intertextual relations. These relationships are so intertwined that in the present text, in addition to intellectual and literary relations, there is also a deep cultural and religious connection. The praise the Prophet of Islam (pbuh) is one of the subjects in which we can see the axes of harmony in addition to the common themes of religion. Bordeh by Bosiri is the Arabic verse in the recent issue that as a pretext, it has been followed by Muslim poets such as Hatef Esfahani. A descriptive analysis with the intertextual approach of these two verses shows that Hatf Esfahani has taken a look at Bosiri’s Bordeh in structure, lexical style and Applying for the purpose of praise, but in the process of the subject, he is influenced by the Shiite worldview and the sublime soul of Iranian mysticism and has acted independently.

Journal of Comparative Research of Nations Language and Literature, Volume:3 Issue: 8, 2017
97 to 113  
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