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Journal:   JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LITERATURE   FALL 2009 , Volume 1 , Number 1; Page(s) 179 To 205.
 
Paper: 

SASANIAN HISTORICAL GEOGRLLJ1HYIN THE POEMS OF 'BUHTORY'

 
 
Author(s):  MIRZAEI FARAMARZ*, RAHMATI TORKASHVAND M.
 
* BU-ALI SINA UNIVERSITY
 
Abstract: 

An important area in comparative literature is to study the conditions of a country in the literature of other nations. The amazing impact of the civilization of Sasanian literary environment on the Abbasid period is so deep that has made the divans of the poets of this era full of linguistics and historical references to the Iranian civilization. The look that the civilized Arab poet 'Buhtory' has cast on Sasanid geographical places and his interest in Persian mysteries, make the readers surprised: His divan is filled up with the names of Iranian cities, often accompanied by his biased feelings toward the Iranians. With an accurate study of Buhtory's cultural work, one can open the way to the Sassanid Iran and can find signs about its ancient cities which abound in his poetry. This Arab poet has illustrated the image of many Iranian cities and has, somehow made them permanent. In his divan, there are more than thirty five cities of Sasanid Iran which show the love and interest of this cultivated Arab poet to these places and the civilization of its inhabitants.

 
Keyword(s): SASSANID CIVILIZATION, BUHTORY, CITIES OF IRAN
 
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