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Title

A CONTEMPLATION OF SHAH NEMATOLLAH VALI'S POETICAL STYLE

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 Start Page 23 | End Page 35

Keywords

MYSTIC (SUFI)Q3
SEAQ2

Abstract

 Shah Nematollah Vali (1351-dec. 1448) is among the distinguished GNOSTICs and poets of the 8th century and the earlier half of the 9th one anno hejra. He has a variety of compilations versified and prose, in Persian and Arabic, and from the standpoint of spiritual influence he is of an exalted status. At this poet's peri ode, the Persian language is on the decline, and the rulers adherent to poetry and letters, and culturophile figures are very scarce. Due to mishaps and unfavorable events of the times, people's morale is receptive to mystic doctrine. This poet has been diligent in composing lyrical poems, his lyrics are concerned with pantheism/monism and laden with religious, mystical and philosophical expressions. The language of his poetry is the simple and intimate language of araqi. antiquated Persian words and complex Arabic words are not found in his diwan. in this article the stylistic features of this poet are being discussed.

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