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Journal:   JOURNAL OF RESISTANCE LITERATURE (SCOLARY RESEARCH)   SPRING 2010 , Volume 1 , Number 2; Page(s) 1 To 29.
 
Paper:  THE AESTHETIC FEATURES OF INDIAN STYLE IN QEYSAR AMINPOUR’S POEMS
 
Author(s):  AGHA HOSSEINI HOSSEIN, GHOLAMI MOJAHED*
 
* ISFAHAN UNIVERSITY
 
Abstract: 
Indian style in poetry was not what had been thought over the years. This style had so many unknown capabilities which made it restore its attacked and criticized identity. After the years Indian style is able to impress the poets even with its denied deep imagination and detail, Nima and his followers besides Romantism and Symbolysm, used this style in their poetry. Indian style has dazzled the eyes that after Islamic revolution due to the concerns and afflictions of novel idealogy, paid less attention to the standards of European poetry. Among the poets, Bidel Dehlavi and Sa’eb Tabrizi played more important roles than others in improving this style. A familiar figure in current literature of Iran, Qeisar Aminpour, with all of his attachment to the literary traditions and Nima’s innovation in poetry, was impressed by poetic procedures of Indian style and used it in his poetry. What follows in this paper is a detailed account of the aesthetic features of Indian style in Qeysar Aminpour’s poems.
 
Keyword(s): AESTHETIC NORMS, INDIAN STYLE, CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE, QEYSAR AMINPOUR
 
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