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Journal:   RESEARCH IN CONTEMPORARY WORD LITERATURE (PAZHUHESH-E ZABANHA-YE KHAREJI)   fall 2018-winter 2019 , Volume 23 , Number 2 ; Page(s) 509 To 531.

Refusing Slavery and Appreciating Liberty in Death of the Wolf by Alfred de Vigny and Dogs and Wolves by Mehdi Akhavan-Sales

Author(s):  FOROUGHI HASSAN*, Partchami Zeynab
* Shahid Chamran University, Ahvaz, Iran
Human concepts have always had similar value in all times, places and languages. For example, the freedom which has always been appreciated and has been celebrated in various forms by different well-reads. In contrast to this concept is the notion of slavery which has always been despicable to human kind in history as a much deplored attribute. A curious and keen reading of the poetry of Alfred de Vigny and Mehdi Akhavan-Sales encouraged us to carry out an examination of the two concepts of slavery and freedom in these two poets and to delineate further on the viewpoints of these two pioneers of Romantic school in France and black verse in Iran concerning philosophy of being. To this purpose, this study is a comparative examination of the poems of «Death of the Wolf» and «Dogs and Wolves», which clearly illustrate the «dependence and independence» using symbolic language and allegory. Findings that both poets denounce slavery and praise liberty while demand human freedom.
Keyword(s): Allegorical expression,black verse,freedom,Romanticism,slavery
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