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Journal:   HISTORY OF LITERATURE (JOURNAL OF HUMAN SCIENCES)   FALL 2010 , Volume - , Number 66/3; Page(s) 71 To 91.
 
Paper: 

NASER-KHOSROW’S INNOVATIONS IN THE ODE WRITING TRADITION

 
 
Author(s):  JAMSHIDIAN HOMAYOON, NOROOZPOUR LEILA
 
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Abstract: 

Odes were mostly eulogic before Naser-khosrow. However, Naser Khosrow introduced innovations to the traditional ode form and content. This article is a study of Naser-Khosrow’s innovations in this regard. In the first section of the article, an overview of pre-Naser-Khosrow odes has been provided. His poetry partly resembles that of his predecessors in abiding by some conventions. In the next section, which is on differences, his views on poetry, rhythm in his odes and his innovations in the prologue and the body have been examined.
Naser-Khosrow describles nature to depict its instability by means of associations and denotations. He shows the necessity of not becoming attached to the meaningless passage of this world and a return from the outside nature to the inner self. Traditionally, the body of the ode is allotted to praise. However, Naser-Khosrow explains the prologue in the body and also speaks of religion. His approach stems from the Koran and his theological views which can be seen in some of his other works.

 
Keyword(s): NASER-KHOSROW, INNOVATION, TRADITION, RELIGIOUS INTERPRETATION
 
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