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Journal:   JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES OF SHIRAZ UNIVERSITY   SUMMER 2007 , Volume 26 , Number 2 (51); Page(s) 81 To 103.
 
Paper: 

A STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF AL-MO'JAM FI MA'IR ASH'AR-E AL-AJAM ON THE PROSODY SECTION OF ME'YAR-E JAMALI

 
 
Author(s):  TAJBAKHSH P.*
 
* PAYAM-E NOOR UNIVERSITY, RASHT
 
Abstract: 
Introduction: Shams-e Fakhri Esfahani is a writer of the eighth century A.H.; however we do not know the exact date of his birth or death. From the introduction to his book Me'yar Jamali we know that in 713 A.H. he had traveled from Esfahan to Lorestan where he had written a book of prosody named Me'yar-e Nosraty. In 732 he settled in Qom and composed an ode in praise of the Minister Khajeh Gheiyas al-Din Mohammad Rashidi. After his patron was murdered he went to Shiraz and added two chapters to Me'yar Nostrati and called it Me'yar Jamali in honor of Jamal al-Din Abu Eshaq-e Inju.Shams al-Din Mohammad Ibn Qeis Razi is a famous man of letters but we know little about his life; from the introduction to his famous book al-Mo'jam Fi Ma'ir Ash'ar-e al-Ajam we know that he came from Rey and in 614 A.H., in the midst of the Mongol invasion of Iran he moved from Khawrazm to Iraq.  His famous book was written originally in Arabic in 630. Shams Qeis divided it into two parts, one on Persian Prosody and one on Arabic.This study is a textual analysis of two classical texts on prosody of Persian and analyzes the influence of al-Mo'jam Fi Ma'ir Ash'ar-e al-Ajam on Me'yar-e Jamali.Discussion: Me'yar-e Jamali uses many parts of al-Mo'jam so that we can state his original pattern in composing his book was based on al-Mo'jam of Qeis-e Razi.  He mentions Qeis-e Razi seven times with much respect and agrees with him or modifies his points. Both writers have paid attention to poetry criticism while Shams-e Qeis's criticism is based on following the rules and traditions of prosody; digression from these rules is considered a mistake. On the other hand, Shams-e Fakhri brings his own poetry as examples.Conclusion: Shams-e Fakhri in writing the prosody section of his book repeats what the past writers, especially Shams-e Qeis, have said.  However, sometimes he adds commentary on the views of past writers. It can be summed up that the prosody of Shams-e Fakhri is a selection and summary of the prosody of al-Mo'jam which has passed through Shams-e Fakhri's screening thus becoming more applied rather than theoretical criticism.
 
Keyword(s): PERSIAN PROSODY, ME'YAR-E JAMALI, SHAMS-E FAKHR AL-MO'JAM FI MA'IR ASH'AR-E AL-AJAM, QEIS-E RAZI
 
 
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APA: Copy

TAJBAKHSH, P. (2007). A STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF AL-MO'JAM FI MA'IR ASH'AR-E AL-AJAM ON THE PROSODY SECTION OF ME'YAR-E JAMALI. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES OF SHIRAZ UNIVERSITY, 26(2 (51)), 81-103. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=111216



Vancouver: Copy

TAJBAKHSH P.. A STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF AL-MO'JAM FI MA'IR ASH'AR-E AL-AJAM ON THE PROSODY SECTION OF ME'YAR-E JAMALI. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES OF SHIRAZ UNIVERSITY. 2007 [cited 2021December05];26(2 (51)):81-103. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=111216



IEEE: Copy

TAJBAKHSH, P., 2007. A STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF AL-MO'JAM FI MA'IR ASH'AR-E AL-AJAM ON THE PROSODY SECTION OF ME'YAR-E JAMALI. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES OF SHIRAZ UNIVERSITY, [online] 26(2 (51)), pp.81-103. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=111216.



 
 
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