Criticism of a poetic test (commitment of the Shotor-Hojreh)

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Adherence is one of the literary techniques that, according to critics, can create beauty as well as cause extreme fabrication. The obligation in this research is the repetition of one or two words in each verse or stanza that the poet obliges him to mention from the beginning to the end of the sonnet, ode or fragment. The previous researchers have written "Shotor- Hojreh", the name of an ode by a Katebi Torshizi who has used two possible words "Hojreh" and "Shotor" in each verse, and many poets have imitated and followed him, but the reality It is that before Katebi, this type of poetic test, with two words that are incompatible with each other, such as "Shotor" and "Hojreh", had a history, and many poets up to the era of Qajar and Pahlavi put their taste under the torture of difficult commitments like this. have given In the current research, which was conducted in a library format, this researcher faced the question of which poets followed these difficult commitments and what other words were added to it until the era of Qajar and Pahlavi?

Journal of Literary criticism and stylistics Research, Volume:14 Issue: 53, 2024
11 to 24  
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