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Journal:   DIDACTIC LITERATURE REVIEW (PERSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE REVIEW)   SUMMER 2017 , Volume 9 , Number 34 ; Page(s) 1 To 27.
 
Paper: 

TECHNICS, CAUSES AND MOTIVATIONS OF THE USE OF DIDACTIC THEMES IN THE LYRICAL (EMOTIONAL) POEMS BASED ON THE NARRATIVE POEM OF NIAZ AND NAZ

 
 
Author(s):  YALAMEHA AHMAD REZA*
 
* AZAD UNIVERSITY OF DEHAGHAN
 
Abstract: 

One of the broadest and most popular genres of Persian literature is didactic poetry. Didactic poems and works of art are sometimes a completely separate and independent work, such as poems and works that are exclusively devoted to teaching, wisdom, and ethics, and sometimes also dispersed among other literary works. As in a number of cases, moral concepts, verdicts, religions, and beliefs have been used in enormous or even epic or modest poetry, which not only does not diminish the poetic aspect of such works but with passion and a special feeling attracts the attraction of such works. One of the works that are made up of didactic teachings is the unknown Naz and Niaz. This poem, which is one of the exquisite works belonging to the eleventh century AH and is one of the precious love poems of the Persian, has not yet been adorned with embellishment, and the only remaining version of that edition is numbered 483 at the UCLA Library of the University Los Angeles where it is preserved. In this narrative love poem, there are abundant didactic and wisdom meanings and concepts that the poet has used it in the context of passive and sensual ground using such techniques as persuasion, indignation, persuasion, etc. This can be a sign of good intention concerning poet's attempt to reasoning the word is based on rational and artistic logic. The author of this study is to introduce the glossary of this work, therefore, how to reflect the content of the teaching in this rich narrative love poem.

 
Keyword(s): DIDACTIC THEMES, LYRICAL (EMOTIONAL) POEMS, NAZ AND NIAZ, ELEVENTH CENTURY
 
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