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Journal:   KAVOSHNAMEH   FALL 2006-WINTER 2007 , Volume 7 , Number 13; Page(s) 119 To 147.
 
Paper: 

AM'AGH AND SIMILE

 
 
Author(s):  NAJARIAN M.R.*
 
* YAZD UNIVERSITY
 
Abstract: 

The poet laurate Am'agh Bokharaei is among the poets in the early sixth century. The themes of his poems are different in accordance with the time, panegyreic and sometimes satire, lyricism and description of nature.
His poetic work includes odes, quatrains and some stanzas. Most of his odes are in panegyric for Shams-almolk; but while panegyric, he does not trample on the nature magnanimity and intellectual and spiritual excellence through oriented and voracity.He is skilled at simile and almost half of his verses contain similes. Therefore, he should be called a simile-oriented poet stylistically. Most of his similes are unique and tangible. The brief, but efficient, similes are fictional, imaginary; plural, compound, superlative, and tangible. The similes in his poetic work indicate that he has adorned his words apparently and inwardly. That is why Anvari calls him a locution master. Since Am'agh is among the poets who contribute to changing the Khorasani style to Iragi style, we seek to study the simile elements; its types and objectives, its closeness to eloquent and inspired resources in his poetic work and his style through referring to the statistical table of the poet's similes.

 
Keyword(s): AM'AGH, SIMILE, METAPHORE, IMAGERY, CONDITIONED SIMILE, IMAGINARY SIMILE, FICTIONAL SIMILE, RATIONAL SIMILE
 
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